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Heyman Brews a Goblet of Fire

Published March 16, 2005 in Movie News
By Ryan Parsons | Image property of Warner Bros
Goblet of Fire On the set of Goblet of Fire
Empire Magazine was able to catch up with David Heyman, the producer of Harry Potter, and get him to say a few words about Goblet of Fire. The most surprising suggestion is now that the series has an English director, the Goblet of Fire film will be the most funny Potter movie to date. What are you trying to say?

Heyman on Goblet of Fire

It is true, even though the Goblet of Fire book was darker than its predecessors, it still had a good deal of humor. Heyman also gave a few extra details on the film, mentioned in the snippet below:

[snippet below]

Having an English director for the first time is really interesing. Mike Newell really understands not just the Harry Potter world, but the idea of a British boarding school. He's really brought that out in the humour. I think this will be the funniest of the films so far. Mike was a big fan of what Alfonso did with the series, he has continued with that look, but now we have even greater demands. This one has far more action and CGI with the epic Tri-Wizard trounament.

For Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, we now have a gang of kids that are more grown up and reaching sexual maturity. So expect to see some love triangles and jealousy, along with a couple of dragons.

For stills, and synopsis, go to the Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Movie Page

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