Friday, August 12, 2005

Newer pic from GoF
There's an article in Entertainment Weekly for the Goblet of Fire, along with a picture that's new. We once again hear of the great news about how and why it was made into one smaller movie, instead of two:
It's so epic, the studio considered splitting the story between two films. But Azkaban director Alfonso CuarĂ³n, who took a more freewheeling adaptation approach, persuaded them to reconsider, even at the expense of cutting content.
Also, a small recap on a few things that are in, and out (aside from the Dursleys)
Thus, Hermione's attempts to liberate Hogwarts' indentured house elves — poof! Gone. Fortunately, most of the book's memorable sequences have survived, including the World Cup of Quidditch match that opens the film and the grotesque rebirth of the nefarious Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes) that closes it.

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