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THE MOVIE: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Daniel Radcliffe • Emma Watson • Rupert Grint
• Ralph Fiennes
DIRECTOR: Mike Newell

More surprises for Harry THE CONCEPT:
Fourth in the mega-popular series of movies based on J.K. Rowling’s novels, in which Harry Potter is mysteriously entered into the Triwizard Tournament, one of the most dangerous wizard competitions.

U.S. RELEASE: November 18 2005, Nationwide
• Rated: PG-13


“There is so much pressure on the films now to get better and better, especially after the third one which for me was great. There was an awareness that we had to work really hard to go further with it and make it better otherwise people would be very disappointed.”

EMMA WATSON (Hermione):
“There’s a lot of speculation about whether we’re going to outgrow our parts, but actually it works out really well because each film takes about a year, which coincides with us, our year in school, so we’re pretty much growing alongside them.”

“I’m really enjoying it at the moment and doing all the Harry Potter films is a really good experience. In the future I want to do all sorts of things.”

RADCLIFFE on which grown up character he would choose to play in the Harry Potter films:
“Sirius probably. Mainly because Gary Oldman plays him, and I think that he’s one of the most brilliant actors. Sirius is sort of similar to Harry and it’s what’s fascinating.”

“I’d like to be Rita Skeeter because she’s so deliciously evil. She’s a great personality and I think that she’d be so much fun to play because she’s funny, but there’s also something very real about her, and her costume is fantastic.”

“I think that I’ve always liked Hagrid, so I’d probably [be] him. I don’t know why; he’s tall.”

WATSON on the arguments their character’s have during this film:
“I thought it was really juicy. We’d always gotten along perfectly, and I think it’s much more realistic that they would argue and that there would be problems. So I thought it was great fun. It’s quite a dark book, and [the arguments] make for a lot of the humor which is nice”

RADCLIFFE on his thoughts for the final book:
“If Quidditch isn’t absolutely necessary, mabe don’t put that in there [he laughs]. I read in an interview with her a while ago where she said it’s actually becoming quite a chore to write the Quidditch [games] It’s quite tough to film them as well. So it’s tough on both of us, and no one is benefiting. So that’s probably what I would say. But then again it’s incredibly exciting for people to watch, and so there is that as well.”

“I’m going to make Rupert incredibly uncomfortable now. Hermione and Ron just need to get it together. It’s been so long now. It’s just so wrong. It needs to happen and they need to get on with it. If that doesn’t happen I’m going to be really frustrated. I want them to end up together.”

“I actually like Quidditch!”

Written by Judy Sloane. Back to top

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