Tag: David Yates

David Yates

“This is a slightly more sensual film, because it is a love story. There’s a sense of sensuality between the characters, which is lovely, actually. It feels like everything’s growing up and getting a bit more sophisticated. This is a little bit more political with…

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…

David Yates

“Leta Lestrange comes into the second movie. She’s quite complicated and damaged and confused, and Newt is absolutely still in love with her. So, she has a kind of power over him, and she, yeah, she’s a kind of tragic figure, so we will see…

David Yates

It says in this book that Newt graduated from Hogwarts. [In the film, we’re told he was expelled.] “Oh my God, well-spotted!” You might get stick for that. “We might get some stick. Well, you know, it wouldn’t be film-making if we didn’t get some…

David Yates

What took fifty takes in Fantastic Beasts? “Maybe we didn’t go as far as fifty in Beasts… Katherine Waterston running up some steps. I know that sounds bonkers but we were so obsessed with the rhythm of her footsteps, tap-tap-tap-tap-tap, because the rhythm of her footsteps sort of…

David Yates

“That is the challenge of the movie – can you tell a story about a corruptive, corrupting relationship between an older and younger man. A young man who’s damaged and looking for help, and this older man who’s trying to beguile him and use him.”…

David Yates

“There was a really beautiful scene that she [JK Rowling] wrote when Newt tells Tina about a young African girl that he tried to save, because this young African girl had an Obscurus, and it’s a really difficult story for Newt to tell. And they’re…

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,…

David Yates

“Credence, we follow Credence further. He becomes quite pivotal actually, Credence is quite crucial.” Source: Collider