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LA Times Finds Magic on Set of Order of the Phoenix

Published May 7, 2007 in Movie News
By Ryan Parsons | Image property of Warner Bros.
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With some great updates from Warner Bros. last week for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix I had hoped that this new week would kick off the same way. No matter, LA Times have posted a set report on CalendarLive that should at least hold us over for a couple days (or one).

Set of the Phoenix
"Serious Magic", as the set report is called, provides some serious details into the production of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Besides reminding us that David Yates will return to direct Half-Blood Prince -- making him only the second director to direct more than one Potter installment -- the report comes jam-packed full of cool information including a discussion on the different formula applied to Phoenix. If all the promises come true, OotP's dark atmosphere should make Prisoner of Azkaban look like a day in the park. Huge challenge, indeed.

Since almost the entire cast is under drinking age here in the states, it is cool to also hear that some of the more-experienced cast are handing down some acting secrets.

Working with the cream of the British acting establishment across the films has certainly been beneficial. During one particularly emotional scene in this installment, Radcliffe recalls Oldman saying to him: " 'Dan, do you mind if I do something sort of physical with you before we start?' I was like, 'No, no,' assuming he meant giving me a hug. He came up to me and grabbed me and shook me really, really hard. As he went away, he kept eye contact. And tears started to form up. I had no idea how it happened, but it worked."

The report jumps over to Emma Watson, who confirms that David Yates is perfect for not only Order of the Phoenix but the entire Potter franchise. As suggested by LOTR's Peter Jackson, it is always best to have a director that is passionate about the material at hand.

[Yates] grins. "I've had more fun in the last two years than I've had making anything. The whole thing's slightly addictive. It's difficult to let go."

Check out the entire set report on Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix at CalendarLive.

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix opens to theatres on July 13th.

For the trailers, posters, movie stills, synopsis and more movie info, go to the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Movie Page.

Stay tuned for updates.

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