Tag: Albus Dumbledore

Jude Law

“He [Dumbledore] was very close to going round the world and conquering the world with Gellert Grindelwald and suddenly it was like he caught himself, so I think he’s always pulling back and, in a way, what we’re seeing in this younger version, is a…

Jude Law

Has he fully given up hope that Grindelwald can come back to his side? “I don’t think he gives up on people, no, I think he still believes that there might be a possibility of turning him. The reason I stick to that isn’t anything…

Johnny Depp

(Note, this interview was originally published in Chinese. This is a translated version by the Source link below) “I think that [JK] Rowling designed this plot segment so well, explaining how the old days of Grindelwald and Dumbledore’s love-hate relationship was established. In my opinion,…

David Yates & David Heyman

How does Aurelius fit into the Dumbledore family tree? There are so many possibilities between Aberforth, Ariana, etc. David Yates: “It was always pretty much of how the script started. It was always the big climax of the script right from the very first draft.…

David Heyman

“One of the things I love about this film and, I think we will find more, as we go on, is the insight into Dumbledore. Yes, Dumbledore’s introduced in this film, and he’ll become a more significant as we go on. But I think the…

Callum Turner

“I also think there are four love stories in this [film] and I think that that one [Dumbledore and Grindelwald] is the deepest, the purest love and the others just don’t come close.” Source: YouTube

Jude Law

“This film is not about his homosexuality, nor does his sexuality define him. But that relationship is certainly a defining element of who he is and what he’s about. I also don’t think he’s someone who has given his heart or his soul to many…

Jude Law

“She [JK Rowling] took me back through his childhood and how that emotion impacted this young man. One of the key relationships we talked about, of course, was with Gellert Grindelwald, and how that was formative in that it was intense, intimate, passionate. It was…

David Yates

“There’s this new part that we haven’t really dug into before, which is this tragic, troubled, burnt side of Dumbledore coming out of the relationship with Grindelwald and having to deal with family tragedy. There’s something quite broken about him as a human being. That’s…

Jude Law

“The intensity of that young friendship that obviously ended in a way that forced the two of them in very opposite directions and to carry such complicated feelings for each other is obviously the mine field that needs to be investigated to understand exactly what’s…