Tag: Jacob Kowalski

Dan Fogler

“With Jacob, in the third movie, you’re gonna see that this whole business with the wizards – it’s taken a toll on him. Things are getting more serious. He’s definitely still a gregarious soul and has the biggest heart in the world, but he’s getting…

Dan Fogler

“I think he remembered a lot of it. The obliviate spell erases bad memories, and he didn’t have any bad memories. Even the Erumpant was a good memory. He may not remember the scary parts of it, but he definitely remembers being in Newt’s case.…

Dan Fogler

“All my scenes made it into the movie. Thank God. No, they were very streamlined about certain stories. Like, so I knew like you couldn’t really tell my story without every single scene. But there were certain moments that were inside that scene, like there’s…

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…

Dan Fogler

Fogler assumed his character was Jewish until he asked Fantastic Beasts screenwriter J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter books, during the film’s shoot. To his surprise, she replied that the character was a Christian. He sees Kowalski as a kind of “sad clown”. “He’s…

David Yates

“The scenes we cut out, there are two scenes, two of my favorite scenes in the whole movie that I cut out. When I watched them with Mark, we reviewed the DVD extras the other day, and I said to Mark [Day], my editor, I can’t believe I’ve…

Alison Sudol

“Queenie is just drawn to him [Jacob]. He’s very himself, he’s not putting on any airs and he’s kind and because she hears his thoughts and because she can see all the way into him, she knows how kind he is and that’s rare.” Source:…

David Yates

“There’s a scene where Jacob is left by his girlfriend. He comes back from the bank. He’s been rejected for his loan. He comes to the tenement building and Jo wanted to cut it out of the original script. I said, “Are you kidding? No,…

Entertainment Weekly

Like the Potter films, Beasts is about a tight group of friends, only this time there are four instead of three. Newt teams up with Porpentina “Tina” Goldstein, an ambitious worker at the Stateside version of the Ministry of Magic, which is called the Magical Congress…