Interview with a Death Eater on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

763

Oct 16, 2009

Posted by SueTLC

There is a new interview online today with a young actor named James Williamson who has been cast as a Death Eater in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. While there is no name available for the follower of the Dark Lord, the Hertforshire Mecury reports “The 25-year-old, from Peartree Farm in Wood End, landed the role after going for an audition at Leavesden Studios in Watford. James is keeping tight-lipped about the name of his character but hopes to reveal it once filming starts next week. He said: “I’ll be playing a Death Eater, which is a bad wizard that
follows the orders of Lord Voldemort by trying to destroy Harry Potter.”
At the moment James does not know if he will have any lines. He will find out only when he begins filming on Thursday.”

The piece continues: James admits that he only watched the first few Harry Potter films but says he has been doing his research.He said: “I’ve been doing quite a lot of research and I also had to
attend a boot camp, where we were taught how to do spells and some
marital arts. “I’ve had to learn the lingo JK Rowling uses and it’s been difficult grasping the language and technical words she uses.”
id=”TixyyLink” style=”border: medium none ; overflow: hidden; color: #000000; background-color: transparent; text-align: left; text-decoration: none;”>
Related: A reminder that as reported here previously, filming for Gringotts bank is due to take place this month as are night shoots at the end of the month, possibly for the start of the Hogwarts battle scenes which are expected to take weeks if not months to complete. Ralph Fiennes (Lord Voldemort) is on set with filming underway for more involving Malfoy Manor. Filming on DH is due continue through April of next year, with Part One to be released in theaters Nov, 2010 and Part Two July, 2011.

id=”TixyyLink” style=”border: medium none ; overflow: hidden; color: #000000; background-color: transparent; text-align: left; text-decoration: none;”>





68 Responses to Interview with a Death Eater on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Comments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soonComments will return soon

Write a Reply or Comment

The Leaky Cauldron is not associated with J.K. Rowling, Warner Bros., or any of the individuals or companies associated with producing and publishing Harry Potter books and films.