I think you will get your followers back after the movie comes out. I hope you don't stop posting the awesome things you post. One of the things I love about this blog is that you have quotes from actors who talk about the books. The books have been out for so long now that the ending shouldn't really be all that much of a secret if you are a huge fan of the series. Keep it up. I love reading what you post everyday!!
Ahh gracias chica. :) I honestly love interviews and quotes soo frickin munch.
“The book’s focused very heavily on Harry Potter, but the film keeps coming back to the students and the teachers. David refused to shy away from it and it shows people are dying out there. Neville’s this leader amongst it all. He didn’t want to be, quite frankly, but Harry was absent and somebody had to take over. There was a bit of light humour at the beginning, a French Resistance bit. But then the war kicks off and there’s people dying around us.”—Matthew Lewis
“It’s very complicated emotionally. Harry realises that people are dying for him back in Hogwarts, and that is just heartbreaking. Voldemort plays that card brilliantly. He says to Harry, “oh, you’re going to let more people die for you.” That’s the card that ultimately works and persuades Harry to come and face him. The thing about Voldemort, and what’s great about what Ralph does with him, is that he feels intelligent. In fact, if he accessed his intelligence more instead of his own ego, he would probably be successful.”—Daniel Radcliffe
“I’m really happy that we get to kind of see what happens to Voldemort and we get to see what happens to Harry and his friends. It feels very rounded and conclusive. And we’ve got a coda at the end, which I really enjoy. There’s something really moving about it. So it feels, it feels to me like, you know, it’s got everything… . It’s got action and spectacle, but it’s quite moving and it finishes! And there’s something profoundly satisfying about that.”—David Yates, Deathly Hallows Part 2
“I’ve got a lot of respect for the Weasleys. I mean, it’s never discussed that they’re going to throw their entire brood into a battle to the death. And they make the ultimate sacrifice of losing one of their children which, as a parent, just doesn’t bear thinking about. That was a bit tricky for me and Julie. We had a couple of days of weeping over a loved one’s body, and it wasn’t the nicest of things to have to reproduce.”—Mark Williams
“They could’ve sold tickets for filming that scene. And of course [Julie and Helena] get on really well so it was really funny. They were chatting one minute and cutting each other to bits the next. It was brillant! I think it’s a tribute to Helena, really, for her lack of restraint. By the time she gets it you really have had enough of her.”—Mark Williams
“You should warm up before wand-fighting; that’s what Julie Walters and I discovered when we were duelling each other. We were crippled after that scene. Duelling gonig backwards on a table is tricky, without falling off. Which, of course, I did! I did say, “Can someone stand there and keep an eye out?” But there were people standing all around and not one of them warned me.”—Helena Bonham Carter
“I’ve always been very against any swearing in these films and I don’t know why because I swear much more than I should in real life. But if the, “Not my daughter, you bitch!” line is in the book, then that’s fine. I mean, Bellatrix is about to kill her daugher, absolutely.”—Daniel Radcliffe
“Deathly Hallows - Part 2 is Mrs. Weasley’s big moment. She’s right in the middle of the Battle Of Hogwarts. The battle is huge, painful and heroic for her. Before we’ve seen her as a very sweet mum, and this earthy sort of presence even though she’s a wizard. But you see another side to her. It’s a very physical role this time out. And she has one of the most famous lines in the books. Everyone wrote to me and said, “I HOPE they’re NOT going to take THAT out, are they?!”—Julie Walters
“They put plugs in our ears to protect our eardrums, but you can still hear because you’re so close to the bangs. There’s this one scene where they detonated all of these bombs, like, right next to us. I was absolutely, genuinely terrified.”—Emma Watson, The Explosion
“Because Neville is the leader he’s always on the front lines. There’s this one scene, and I really hope it stays in, where a boy’s been killed and Neville’s carrying him back into the Great Hall. It’s this tiny little kid; a lad came in to play the body. I’ve no idea what that’s like, I’ve never seen a dead body in my life, you know, let alone carried one in a battle situation. But I really hope they keep it in ‘cause it really shows Neville at his best. There is the flipside of the coin, as well, some fun stuff - I get to wield the Sword of Gryffindor!”—Matthew Lewis
“A big part of my battle takes palce in the Room of Requirement, where it’s all ablaze, and it all goes a bit tits up. Crabbe comes to his demise, which is very unemotional for Draco, to be honest. We climbed up mountains of chairs and old tables in there, trying to shelter from the inferno. It was pretty warm up there, to say the least! We had an under-suit, then a harness, then Draco’s full black suit. I don’t quite know why he would wear all that to battle. It seems like an odd thing to be wearing into war, but he looks sharp, I guess.”—Tom Felton
“It turned into a bit of a war film. We all formed this army; the castle is on fire with rubble and bodies littered everywhere. It’s shocking, really, and they’re all kids as well!”—Rupert Grint, Deathly Hallows Part 2
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