Recent Quotes

Jude Law

“Ezra and I were on the street in Berlin doing our scene and I started to think of Once Upon a Time in the West.” Source: 4DX Podcast

Jude Law

“There is a little bit more fun, absolutely, yeah, absolutely. And I think what they do very well is they always manage to find throughout, I think, this balance between drama and themes that are timely, timeless, but always quite familiar in that they’re big…

Jude Law

“The last day I was in it was you [Dan Fogler] and me, and Jessica [Williams] and Eddie [Redmayne] and we had a great scene.” Source: 4DX Podcast

Pierre Bohana

“It’s [Fantastic Beasts 3] progressive. It’s very Jo. It’s taking the story on in a way that’s expansive. I think it’s good, it’s still confident, like the previous film was. It got a little bit of flack, I think, for being very much of a…

Victoria Yeates

“She’s still very in love with Newt, that’s not a surprise. Her character is expanding, she’s more included. She’s a really beautiful character. She’s very pure and truthful and loyal and innocent and she’s got integrity. She’s very sweet and she definitely fits a space…

Victoria Yeates

“It’s a great script, that’s all I’m going to keep saying. Loads of twists and turns – a lot that you don’t expect. It’s really well written, the characters are really beautifully developed. It’s got a lot of depth to it. In this one (Fantastic…

Kevin Guthrie

“[Abernathy is] a wonderful slimeball of a character who is growing arms and legs, quite literally, in this next film. It’s a wonderful part and an absolute joy to be on set. David Yates, the director, sets up a whole world, which is fun but…

Dan Fogler

“I can say I read the script and the character development is really lovely and it’s very similar to the feel of the first movie, which I think is great. It’s leading toward this massive war with the backdrop of World War II, so you…

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…

William Nadylam

“At the start he [Yusuf] was a character who transformed into an animal. There was a lot more prosthetic work, so it amused me a lot. I already saw myself transforming into a bird, etc. And when I was told that we were removing this part, I was…