David Heyman and Emma Watson from the Harry Potter movies discussed the film with Empire Magazine at this year's BAFTA awards where Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban walked away with the Orange Film of the Year award.
Heyman, producer of the Harry Potter movies comments on Goblet of Fire:
I'd say there are certain things about this film that are more British - the anarchy, and the specific Britishness of the school is highlighted in a way that hasn't been previously filmed by a Mexican or American director, and there are nuances ... that will be appealing the world over, but are very much British.
Heyman on Order of the Phoenix:
The fifth book - I don't know if it's bigger; I think it's comparable, but the films are bigger, the challenges are greater.
Emma discussed her feelings on Ron and Hermione getting together:
I hadn't actually heard that... I have to say eventually, I think it would be nice if Hermione and Ron ended up together, because they... it's just got to happen really - that's my feeling anyway. I don't know what J.K. Rowling's got in store for them.
Watson was quick to point out that she was talking strictly about "the book and the film, not real life!" Actor Rupert Grint plays Ron Weasley.
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