Julie Walters Talks Harry Potter 5 Progress

by | October 4, 2006 | Comments

Veteran British actress Julie Walters, who plays Mrs. Weasley in the "Harry Potter" series, recently sat down with a reporter from JewReview.net, and she doled out a few little tidbits that should keep the Potterites happy for a few minutes.

From JR.net: "She’s currently done shooting the film, but Rupert (Grint), Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and the rest of the cast are still in production in London – “Toiling away” as she put it. But just like the book, Ron Weasley’s parents are much more involved in the film. “Oh yeah, Christmas; we have a very good Christmas,” she said. “The sets are fantastic; Mark (Williams), who plays Mr. Weasley, said they made his hair stand up on the back of his neck when he walked into one of the rooms. They’re just so beautiful, they’re amazing.”

And working with new Potter director, David Yates, has been fabulous. She mentioned David brings a new style and feel to the set compared to Chris Columbus and Alfonso Cuaron. “He’s very unassuming; they were in a way, Alfonso was, but he’s fantastic. [David] is very into the emotional truth of it, the kids absolutely love it; he’s very sweet and kind, and very, very into the story like a child is. And he’s really into the emotional depths, and he’s really fantastic, he’s a lovely man."

Click here for the rest of the interview.

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