Eddie Redmayne interviewed by Japanese actress Hirona Yamazaki for
Toho Cinemas on the set of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.
"I personally adore Paris, I think it's the most beautiful place in the world, so I was very excited,
that we might get to shoot in Paris, but instead they built Paris here, just outside London..."
“One of the things, that I love about what J.K. Rowling does is she paints on... a massive
canvas, and the detail, the intricacy with which she writes, so you can be having a scene
in which you’re in the Ministry of Magic, and on this massive screen what’s happening
in this tiny corner, the detail of someone cleaning a window...”
" At the end of the last film the four kind of pulled apart a little bit, and part of this
film is sort of seeing how and if they get back together. And it's complicated..."
"I love what Dan, Katherine and Alison brought to those characters..."
My gifs from the new video.