'GoF' feature from 'Film Review' magazine

  October 8, 2005 at 7:56 PM ET
  Geri     HPANA (via Snitch Seeker)
  emma watson, katie leung, robert pattinson, rupert gring, stanislav ianevski, stan ianevski, david heyman, harry potter and the goblet of fire, goblet of fire

The new edition of Film Review features interviewsopens in new window with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire stars Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Stan Ianevski, Katie Leung, Robert Pattinson, David Heyman & Creature Effects & Make-Up Supervisor, Nick Dudman. While most of the interviews we have seen before there are new quotes from the actors.

Emma on her character:

I don't think she's changed. She's a year older. You're experiencing this whole new world that is the incredibly awkward where there's love and romance. I just think she's totally unaware of it and it takes her by surprise. Everything I've learned over the past three films and everything I'm learning in life is helping me in my role. I'm exactly the same age as Hermione and I can bring everything that's happening to me to her.

Emma on director, Mike Newell:

I think Mike is very intuitive as to how people are. Mike, I don't think is necessarily a big guy in terms of special effects and any of the technical stuff. What he's in there for is the acting and the actors, which is lovely for us. He's really dedicated to leaving no stones unturned; he'll come on set and he will have written songs for the twins to sing. He's really creative. I think this is a very dark book, but he worked hard to bring out a lot of humour in there as well.

Grint on some scenes:

My favourite scene was the underwater stuff. I was looking forward to how they were going to do that. When you first go down it's a bit scary but it was alright. The dancing wasn't my favourite bit. I do dance with Professor McGonagall. That was a scary day.

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