New interview with Tri-Wizard champions
July 25, 2005 at 7:41 AM ET
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With the release of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire just a few months away, we can expect to see some interviews and articles appear. ComingSoon was lucky enough to attend a set visit late last year and have now published their interview with Robert Pattinson (Cedric Diggory), Clémence Poéy (Fleur Delacour) and Stanislav Ianevski (Viktor Krum). Ianevski had this to say when asked about working with director, Mike Newell: "He creates a really strong atmosphere when he's around, and I think it's also really motivating for the actors."
Each of the actors discuss their experience of working on the Goblet of Fire film:
CS!: How does it feel to be the new blood in such a popular series of movies?
Robert Pattinson: Well, I thought it would be more daunting then it has turned out to be. I think I've kind of integrated pretty easily, but everyone's pretty friendly, so it's not particularly difficult to do that. I think being a "new blood" hasn't really affected me that much.
Stanislav Ianevski: I feel as if what I've been doing hasn't really changed me, as well. I feel as if I'm a part of a new family now. I've settled down really well, I think.
CS!: How was it shooting the Tri-Wizard scenes?
Robert: The maze right at the beginning was tough, physically demanding stuff. It's me and Stan and Dan doing it for most of the time, and most of the special effects are kind of real. The whole thing was hydraulic, so the maze is crushing and squeezing in on you, and no one knew if you were going to sort of die, because it closed the whole way. It was all pretty exciting stuff. I had never done anything like that before.
Stan: It was the very first thing we were doing, as well, and we had quite a few laughs. We were at some times a bit scared.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire opens on November 18th.