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|Videos - MTV Harry Potter 6 Interviews|
|News - Newsflash|
|Written by Administrator|
|Friday, 24 April 2009 13:03|
MTV has added videos of their summer preview for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, which is made up of three separate clips.
Two include an interview with Dan and one has an interview with his co-star, Emma Watson.Â They can all be seen here (please note: the content is restricted to the US).
Producer David Heyman also spoke to MTV about the film, the actors and the director, David Yates.
"We're following Harry and his relationship with Dumbledore and his search for this past and the puzzle and the key to defeating Voldemort," the producer said. "We're seeing some of Voldemort's backstory; we're seeing the budding romantic relationship between Harry and Ginny Weasley and the one between Ron and Hermione, as well as Malfoy."
"The most difficult choice was to edit out some of the flashbacks in the memories that Harry explores," Heyman explained. "Each film has to exist on its own terms, and alas, within these memories, they're really significant and actually in the whole body of the series play a very significant part, but within the film they are detours in a way, going into a story about Voldemort, who doesn't really appear in this film."
"One of the great things about working with David Yates is that he's a wonderful director and he's incredibly open and communicative," Heyman said. "He's incredibly ambitious for the franchise, just as I am."
Source: Snitch Seeker