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  • I always knew they couldn't make the

  • books scene-by-scene as written we'd have had

  • 12 hour long films.

  • I do think we deliver on the spectacle. I think we

  • always tried to make sure there's a heart

  • beating underneath that because what

  • matters most to Joe and to me is that

  • it's emotionally true.

  • Steve really got the books he also got

  • me so this was collaborative and one of

  • the best experiences of my life

  • so we met for the first time in 99

  • yeah I think ya can you remember that

  • yeah I remember it you know pretty

  • explicitly because it was I had some

  • nerves in meeting you because I thought

  • yeah that I was the yank that you

  • thought was going to destroy your baby

  • and i will fill in and I was very keen

  • on, in some ways trying to communicate

  • to you. I thought the best way was to

  • somehow have someone tell you

  • yeah to take a look at my previous work

  • ...and I clearly wasn't going to pander to an

  • audience but I remember I remember being

  • very impressed by you seriously, that you,

  • I was terrified I cannot believe I could

  • have impressed anyone in that case I was

  • terrified when you're weirdly prescient

  • about the movie business which which

  • which shocked me i was really wary

  • that's the truth of it but meeting you

  • is a massive relief that's good to hear

  • it wasn't really what you know this

  • you're making me laugh I'm still where I

  • still haven't melted completely though

  • yeah well yeah i know the man you said

  • to me you know who my favorite

  • characters

  • yeah that's just for spontaneous and I

  • realized I don't think I've ever

  • acknowledged it even to myself

  • remember very specifically leaning over

  • to you and saying i think i need to tell

  • you the Harry is not my favorite

  • character witness fine and I didn't know

  • what you thought I later learned that

  • you thought that I was going to show

  • what you said you know who my favorite

  • character is muscle gonna sing wrong

  • yeah and I love Ron but

  • Ron's so easy to love , you know everyone

  • loves who couldn't love Ron and I saw ok

  • you love room then okay and then you

  • said the remaining and it was true

  • because of my knee was now care to the

  • Edit state throughout because I think

  • should such this huge intelligence it

  • was really kind of exasperation

  • frustrating character way that was like

  • the girl that bothered you in school

  • because stop thinking about it so not

  • always the easiest to like now when I

  • select my like that about

  • that's what I liked about her no but

  • that you can see how that lead a lot of

  • fears because she wasn't

  • most obvious character perhaps for a

  • person to like or save as a favorite

  • character and also from and like her

  • best was arguably unusual you've got on

  • your knees by the way did you know just

  • the thing i like about all the

  • characters was that they were misfits

  • and almost no more than she um and she

  • had no pedigree at all to be there

  • yeah and I thought we've all I certainly

  • at you know Hollywood is that way is

  • that there's no just gonna show right

  • like you sitting in that bunch who would

  • have full cast entrance exam so you're

  • just there and you like you say I'm here

  • and I'm here to work and no you were

  • very direct with that you work with your

  • hair respectful but you were very

  • directly that this is a good thing I

  • thought it was gonna be good for us

  • because I think there are a lot of

  • writers of books were just happy to have

  • a deal with Hollywood and by the way I

  • understand it was Jane smiley or someone

  • who just said you have my book now i'm

  • leaving because I can't watch this with

  • someone like that and i think that

  • that's a one way to deal with it is one

  • way to do that you clearly were not

  • gonna be that way but you also were you

  • were respectful of everyone but I think

  • you weren't just going to sit there and

  • let someone say something foolish people

  • forgotten is there still people talking

  • about could we cast an american-style

  • anything that point do I was my only

  • against that a you were as well there

  • Ron for some reason the one they thought

  • everyone could be paranaque I don't know

  • what I look and I think that there was a

  • feeling that Harry needed to meet to be

  • a little more wrong like I remember that

  • coming up a few times let's make Harry

  • more of a wisecracker and you said early

  • on you said Harry is our eyes onto the

  • world that's his function

  • I'm reflation is as the observer which

  • was perfect which is exactly as it is in

  • the books initially you see the magical

  • world through the eyes of a kid who has

  • zero knowledge welcome Harry to Diagon

  • Alley so that's how you into the one

  • that uses the scripts were in

  • if you give me a call from harris point

  • of view for for a very very long time

  • exactly i well I thought you were done

  • brilliantly was balanced and one things

  • I tried to say to people was you know

  • ron and hermione is so obviously

  • colorful and interesting characters and

  • inherits a bit of a blank slate and yes

  • i'm just Harry, just Harry

  • well just Harry you ever make anything

  • happen

  • I guess we're different cultures were

  • able to project onto him what they want

  • him to be and I think that's why I've

  • always respected an enormously because

  • the hardest character for me to write

  • like a Gris Nez the first character for

  • you will see the script for you to write

  • in terms of know that but it's the

  • archetype of the hero is me the hero so

  • often is inside the Galahad figures yeah

  • but the the guy without the quirks the

  • guy who simply he's the vessel he's the

  • vessel down is the vessel

  • yeah and and the hardest to play by a

  • mile and downs just done a magnificent

  • job with it and I you know I'm glad to

  • see laterally has got more credit for

  • that

  • why are things in a great job you know

  • in the last picture in particular um

  • David I think Dan's been brilliant all

  • throughout but he's so good in the last

  • movie is done anything in it all in

  • sleeves in the silent moments where he's

  • just you see on his face the the price

  • that he's paid exactly for all these

  • years and he's really brilliant but to

  • convey that was more difficult in his

  • case

  • well I don't that was always something I

  • felt you had a harder job delighted

  • because inevitably filming the visual

  • medium it is so much of what i could do

  • with Harry was have an internal

  • soliloquy you know I could show carries

  • in musings I could take the reader into

  • Harry's internal space and show them

  • around this character whose life is

  • maybe eighty percent internal you're

  • forced to show us that externally so I

  • always felt that you had a much rougher

  • job than I did when it came to Harry the

  • character you're talking about trying to

  • to dramatize that internal life my first

  • r-rated script when he was in the the

  • cover I I invented a spider named

  • Alastair who we talk to and he used to

  • fit

  • used to some Nick broken soldiers out of

  • the rubbish bins a line them up on the

  • shelf and its broken army that you that

  • Dudley had thrown out such a great image

  • the broken and you talked to him in what

  • was the point was that he seemed

  • slightly mad when I wrote the first

  • draft and then which one Haggard

  • appeared you thought he was out of his

  • imagination for a minute that he had he

  • had someone this fabulous point and that

  • that speaks so perfectly to the truth of

  • the books because I've had it suggested

  • to me more than once that Harry actually

  • did go mad in the coverage and then

  • everything that happened subsequently is

  • some sort of fantasy life he developed

  • to save himself

  • no and that's where came from it came

  • from the book i mean because when you

  • read the book but you you make it pretty

  • clear that he's an abused boy totally

  • and yeah and so there's darkness there

  • and I and I'm go with that to push

  • that's hard road but then what happened

  • was you know when I was writing it I

  • always dreamed about potter hydrant and

  • it just the other night was yet either

  • saying one of these I mrs. i haven't

  • dreamed about in awhile and the one

  • thing i really really really miss is

  • writing those three characters because i

  • need me to just like show my Harry Ron

  • and Hermione in all my handwritten

  • manuscripts is hrh also cool stands for

  • Her Royal Highness matter and and I miss

  • just rushing off a charge charge

  • it's just I'm so many times those three

  • characters why you're interested I was

  • naturally at us with the trio you have

  • the treo you did that's right already

  • told the truth I didn't want your I feel

  • bad

  • always giving Harry the lead because i

  • didn't think that was more complicated

  • than that

  • you can follow this Harry Ron and

  • Hermione Harry run mine so I would often

  • just say the trio or if I felt remaining

  • with psychological eating a scene in the

  • script i would say hermione trailed by

  • ron and harry and same with the wrong

  • group much stronger in the script the

  • last three movies because he realized

  • him being mature in motion well because

  • he was under the under oppression of his

  • brothers success and so many has to make

  • best friends with the most famous boy

  • and wisdom but his family and him being

  • from was your family gives him an edge

  • over both Harry definitely and Hermione

  • at a certain point in his instincts are

  • sharper than there

  • so he became really wonderful character

  • right in Reverse Oh brilliant playing

  • him

  • um I think be so underestimate Rupert

  • out into place that carotenes that full

  • no joke

  • I'm in love with you find your number

  • that you're actually matter you

  • introduce me I don't think Rupert ever

  • felt the slightest bit of angst he just

  • walked onto the set it seems to me I

  • mean make that's true genius isn't it