News articles tagged 'Interviews'
20 March 2009 at 04:41 GMT
In a recent interview, John Hurt (wand-maker “Ollivander” in the Harry Potter books) said, “I’m in negotiations at the minute because Ollivander comes back into the books. My son was 12 when it all first started and he was thrilled at the time that I was in it. And all things being equal I will be back.”
13 March 2009 at 03:52 GMT
Men’s fashion magazine, GQ, recently published their latest issue where Robert Pattinson (“Cedric Diggory” in the books) graces the cover. GQ has also included an article and an interview with the actor, where they discuss how Robert strongly contemplated quitting acting:
He was on the verge of quitting acting, he says. He’d followed up what was, back then, the biggest role of his career—in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, as Cedric Diggory, sort of the haughty blond Iceman to Harry’s Maverick—by getting fired from a play in London, where he grew up. He was in Los Angeles, crashing on his agent’s couch, looking for an American job.
The 12-page article goes on to describe his current career and future prospects.
11 March 2009 at 03:36 GMT
The BBC recently interviewed James Hannigan, the video game music composer for the last two Harry Potter games, on the challenge of writing music that does not follow conventional linear narrative, like a film might. After calling the video game player both an audience member and a participant of the game, Hannigan goes on to speak about developmental music goals:
“I like to consider issues about how the music gets used, and what the designers are trying to achieve with the game. To have a game where the music doesn’t feel like an afterthought, you have to have the music as an integral part of the game design.”
The full article may be found here.
11 March 2009 at 03:33 GMT
David Bradley, who plays Argus Filch in the Harry Potter films, recently gave brief feedback on his friendly relationship with the teen actors and how he jokes around with them on set.
The Telegraph reports that he stated, “I first met them when they were about 10 years old, and now they say when they see me: ‘David, give me five!’ and I reply: ‘Get lost!'” The article goes on to mention Bradley’s current work on the stage.
3 March 2009 at 03:06 GMT
In an interview with Blag magazine, Rupert Grint says, “I think we do get a bit spoiled on Harry Potter. I really prefer the pace of [films like Cherrybomb] – on this one you do maybe seven scenes a day – so it moves really quickly. It’s exciting.”
21 February 2009 at 02:13 GMT
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince video game product manager, John Fenno, has recently given an interview in which he discusses the delay of the Half-Blood Prince film and more. The interview also includes some clips from the game.