Friday, May 13, 2016

Boswell, clever Newt, the protector of the kingdom, Ilvermorny, NY and more - FB roundup

Sean Cronin plays a criminal in the film, he praises the movie and Eddie Redmayne.
"I'm so honored to work with Eddie. He's just a humble, lovely guy and a really...a brilliant actor to watch, a brilliant actor to work know, fantastic."
About the film, secracy and Newt's character: "...The film was actually codenamed 'Boswell' for a long time... when I first got book for it I didn't even know what it was. That's how secretive they were. It's difficult to say exactly what his character is ... he's very very clever... He heads up a few unfortunate things happened to him, and it's really is... I hate to say it, but could it be  more magical than Harry Potter. I think it is... the way it's crafted. It's had so much finesse. It's just beautiful. Really. Every frame is beautiful. It's gonna be a wonderful piece, I can't wait. I can't wait! I'm so excited."

Farrell on working with Eddie, Ezra and David Yates: "Yeah, he was great, Eddie and Ezra. David Yates is an extraordinary man and filmmaker who kinda feels like a protector of the kingdom. He’s so well-versed in the mythology of that world and has a deep affinity for the characters and the lore of it. He was great to be around"...

The Mary Sue: Software Engineer Discovers Names of Fantastic Beasts Houses on Pottermore

Pottermore: Wizarding schools by J.K. Rowling
The writing about the American school Ilvermorny is not yet published

One of the rotating images on the new home page of Eddie Redmayne's agency (via bespokeredmayne)

Pottermore: Why Fantastic Beasts graphic designers MinaLima love the 1920s

Pottermore: The PMC’s guide to movie-making: creating the New York skyline

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them set at Leavesden Studios (x)

Happy Birthday to Robert Pattinson,
who played the other famous Hufflepuff Cedric Diggory!

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