Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Eddie on Ellen Show - November 2016

“And it’s that hilarious thing by which when before you’re a parent you sort of hear people talking
about that and then suddenly you’re the guy who’s like floating in a sort of constant jetlag with a
sort of IV of caffeine,” Eddie said. “So I’ve become that person.”

“It’s that amazing thing when it’s 3 o'clock in the morning and you go in and you’re sort of gently
furious and then you get a little smile and your heart breaks a bit and it’s totally worth it.”

“We went to the Olympics when Iris was eight weeks old. It was sort of the most outstanding invitation. 
I’ve always had this utter fear of flying with children and this was the first time she was flying,” the actor 
said. “Of course we were on a flight with basically most of the British Olympic team and there was this 
fear that what if she cries lots and they don’t sleep and they blame all of their lack of sleep on Iris, but 
she was amazing.” Eddie added, “She was amazing for the whole flight.”

When I read this script, I didn't know what to expect and it blew my mind,” he said. “There are
some great surprises and one wonderful surprise that I'm really excited about.” "The amazing
thing about J.K. Rowling is oftentimes when you read scripts, it's just the dialogue that you see.
But when you read her script, it was like reading one of her books," he said.

"The intricacy of the detail, it was like you were taken back to all those things that you kind of 
love in Potter films, but now in the world of New York in the jazz age, prohibition [era]."

The actor sat down with Ellen for the first time since winning an Oscar, becoming a father, and finding
out that his "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" journey with J.K. Rowling is just beginning!

The Oscar-winning star of "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" played a wild round of "Heads Up!"
with Ellen!You can get "Heads Up!" for your iPhone or Android In the App Store and Google Play Store!
"Heads Up!" via iTunes - "Heads Up! Kids" via iTunes - "Heads Up!" via Google Play

“She had this habit of curling up onto herself, she’d sort of bend over, but in order to be fed,
gently she had to be tickled in order to kind of wriggle herself out of it,”


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