This was not long before the first film came out - maybe even after it did - and even if it was before, by that point Warners may already have cast Alan Rickman, who was a lovely actor and a lovely person but really 20+ years too old for Snape, who is only 31 when we first meet him.
In Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, the fifteen-year-old Snape (portrayed by Alec Hopkins) makes a brief appearance in a flashback to Snape's youth. In the final film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, the younger Snape, perhaps ten or eleven, is played by Benedict Clarke.
Also, Lily's tombstone says she was born in January 1960, which means that Snape would have been born between September 1959 and August 1960. Since the books take place in the 1990s, that would put him squarely in his 30s.
21 years 8 months. Severus and Lily were both born in January and James in March and they were all in the same year.
He started his first year at Hogwarts in 1971, which means he was born in 1960. Lord Voldemort was born in 1926, which makes him 34 years older than Severus Snape.
Molly Weasley (née Prewett) (b. 30 October, 1949 or 1950) was an English pure-blood witch and matriarch of the Weasley family after marrying Arthur Weasley. She was born into the Prewett family and was sister to Fabian and Gideon Prewett, members of the original Order of the Phoenix.
Ron, Dean, and Harry also gave their thanks, and then Harry requested a moment alone at the grave. He found a large white stone and crudely carved an epitaph into it: HERE LIES DOBBY, A FREE ELF.
82% would be about normal for 2–3 years of use. The bottom line is this: if you aren't bothered by the battery life in your phone, then don't worry about it. If it seems to run out of juice faster than you would prefer, then get the battery replaced.
When the call log says it was “cancelled”, it's usually because you started the call and hung up before it was answered. Usually if the person you are calling does not pick up the phone, the call log simply shows the time you spent on the call, as it normally would.