Category: Crimes of Grindelwald

JK Rowling

“In the movie [Crimes of Grindelwald] I included a Chinese creature. I’ve been immersed in a bestiary from China – mythical creatures and so on with their various properties. So, I can’t say too much now, but I’m using something from China in the next…

Katherine Waterston

“I didn’t consider it jealousy [of Leta]. Tina was very sad and wounded. She thought she had a very good relationship with Newt but it was different, so she felt angry and sad. It’s a fun feeling to watch two people in a movie together,…

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…

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…

Eddie Redmayne

“There was quite a lovely scene in the pub between a wizarding pub, after that first scene where Newt refuses to be taken in by the ministry basically, and become an Auror. He kind of storms out, and originally there was a scene in which…

Colleen Atwood

“In the beginning I designed this blocky coat for Credence, but on Ezra it was too strong. There was too much coat and the film-makers really wanted to show that he was vulnerable to the world, so we stripped him down to no coat. Instead…

Colleen Atwood

“[Grindelwald’s costume] was just a great opportunity [because] a) you get Johnny and b) you get this Austrian character, and I’ve always loved alpine clothing. I love lederhosen and those curly brimmed hats. It’s all very Tirolian. So I took my early inspiration from that.…

Colleen Atwood

“I think that Eddie’s [costume] shows the vulnerability and awkwardness of him and the sort of eternal boy innocence. We tried to reflect this by making his costume fit in the sense that he’s ready to grow out of it.” Source: GQ