Tag: Queenie Goldstein

Katherine Waterston

“There are many things that haven’t been explored yet in this film, but I’m very interested in what big changes Queenie will make in the next film. For Tina, I think there is a price she has to pay for not being able to protect…

Alison Sudol

“I feel like in some ways she’s too there and that’s part of the problem. She’s tapping into all human beings at all times and that’s a lot for one person to hold and everybody closest to her is always going, ‘Don’t read my mind.’ So she…

Alison Sudol

“All she really wants is what everyone else gets to have, a normal life. And to love, and get married, and have children. That’s what she wants. And in that desire is sort of a negating of this huge gift that she has, which unfortunately…

David Yates

“Grindelwald seduces. As much as we may hate certain politicians because they do not speak our language, we have to understand that they are answering the needs and vulnerabilities and insecurities of others. Grindelwald is doing that. That’s why Queenie goes over. He makes perfect…

Alison Sudol

“I was told certain things way, way, way before the script got to us, so I was prepared in a certain way for the arc, but I couldn’t wrap my head around why at all. And even when I read the script I still couldn’t…

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…

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,…

Katherine Waterston

In the first movie we did not learn much about Tina and Queenie’s background story. We know that her parents died early and they are very close. Will we now learn more about the history of the Goldsteins and the school days of the sisters in Ilvermorny?…

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…