Tag: Add-on Book

Alison Sudol

“At the end of the first film she’s breaking the rules by coming back to Jacob. Because she’s been seeing into people’s heads for so long, she’s never fallen in love the way that she falls in love with Jacob, and I think she’s a…

Ezra Miller

“The truth is that Credence is magical and he’s been repressing his magic. The forces of the universe come into a physical form, which is an Obscurus, and that Obscurus initially comes to an Obscurial as a friend, encouraging them, then with increasing severity to…

David Yates

“The Obscurus is a really wonderful idea that Jo came up with. When a child is prohibited from developing their magic in a healthy, normal, organic, regular way, this dark energy can develop, and can suddenly get out of control, wreaking havoc and being quite…

Katherine Waterston

“As the relationship evolves, she sees what’s motivating him and why he is the way he is. They are both very passionate about what they do. They are both a little stunted, not very good at expressing themselves. And then you start to see the…

Katherine Waterston

“Their world is very insulated and private. They don’t often have any guests so this is a total freak exception, which added another level to it. It was really fun to figure out how to show the private and the new experiences at the same…

Alison Sudol

“[Queenie] has the ability to read minds and she can read people. It’s a magic within her. It’s not just reading somebody’s thoughts, she can read into someone’s story; she can see people’s goals. She can literally see everything you don’t want to be seen,…

Colin Farrell

“Graves is working in a place where he’s worked for many years, so if there was anything amiss in his behaviour, anything altered, there could be some very smart people in MACUSA who would send off alarm bells. Unbeknownst to those around him, Graves’ political…

Colin Farrell

“[Graves is] very high up the command chain, there to investigate, control and contain anyone or thing that is trifling with the Dark Arts, anything detrimental to wizardkind. But it’s mostly the maintenance, the protection and the upholding of the laws that we have set…

Eddie Redmayne

“It’s only throughout the film you realise that for all the wonder and excitement of his life, there is a hole there in some ways. There is a part of him where there’s a sadness. One of the wonderful journeys for him in the film…

Ezra Miller

“It’s important to explore the idea that there is cause and effect in the world and the idea that someone who endures trauma has tough choices to make about how that trauma is going to affect the rest of their life – whether that wound…