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|New interview with Harry Potter producer David Heyman|
|News - Newsflash|
|Written by Administrator|
|Thursday, 18 June 2009 12:33|
The Film Journal has a profile on Harry Potter producer, David Heyman, in which he talks about one of his favorite things about Half-Blood Prince and Deathly Hallows:
â€œThis one is much looser. We take the time to explore the characters. Of course, there are big action scenes, big set-pieces, but what I think people really love in Harry Potter films are the charactersâ€”Ron, Harry, Hermioneâ€”spending time with them. Thatâ€™s where the real pleasure is, I think."
Iâ€™m not going to reveal where it is just yet, but there are a couple of places. I initially was not in favor of doing two films. Then I went through the book with Steve Kloves, looking at what you omit, always one of the challenges you make.
â€œIt hasnâ€™t hit yet because itâ€™s a 248-day schedule, and weâ€™re on Day 67 or 68. Thereâ€™s 180 to goâ€”and then thereâ€™s a year of postâ€”so the horizon looms much closer than ever before, but itâ€™s not yet upon me. I suppose thereâ€™ll be mixed feelings. Iâ€™ve learned a huge amount. I continue to learn. The material continues to inspire and challenge. Being on this adventure, working on the Potters, has been the gift of all gifts.â€
Source: The Leaky Cauldron