Videos: TIME Interviews Emma Watson, Behind the Scenes Look at “Deathly Hallows: Part 1″


Nov 21, 2010

Posted by Mel

As you may recall, TIME Magazine offered fans an opportunity to ask Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) a question for their “10 Questions” series. You can now see Watson answering the chosen questions here. There are clips from “Deathly Hallows: Part 1″ included at both the beginning and the end of the interview.

We also have four new behind the scenes videos from a “Behind the Magic” special. These videos include interviews with the cast and crew, footage of the Seven Potters scene being constructed, footage of the wedding scene, footage of how Kreacher and Dobby were filmed, and much more footage of the film being shot and clips of the film. The special is broken up into four parts and you can see them all here and here and here and here or below. Many thanks to Jericho S. for sending this in!

38 Responses to Videos: TIME Interviews Emma Watson, Behind the Scenes Look at “Deathly Hallows: Part 1″

Avatar ImageGiant Squid says: Great clips! Thanks!Avatar ImageGiant Squid says: FIRST!Avatar ImageKayWeasley says: That interview with TIME Magazine was remarkably uncomfortable to watch. Avatar ImageKayWeasley says: That interview with TIME Magazine was remarkably uncomfortable to watch. Avatar Imageabandonedboyjon says: "we thought, what would happen once Ron was out of the way. Wouldn't it be cool if they danced?"- David Yates i LOVED the dance, but i don't like how he talks about it! Icky icky icky. Hermione was totally depressed again at the end. I'm with Emma on this one, "something could have happened, but it's really not on hermione's part."Avatar ImageLiderc says: Very cool, glad to see these after the movie.Avatar ImageSrose says: In what way did you think it was uncomfortable KayWeasley? And, I always love the behind the magic bits. That movie was amazing, they did such a good job with it I think, I can't wait for more behind the scenes stuff when it comes on dvd!Avatar ImageBless_the_children says: These are fantastic! I am so excited about this two-part film. Even though a lot of changes have already been announced for the second movie, I think it will be just as enjoyable as this one.Avatar Imagemaimiaa says: these are awesome.Avatar Imagebooks_r_my_friends says: i always like watching things like this thanks for posting :)Avatar ImageBless_the_children says: Holy cow - I AM QUESTION #10!!! They picked my question - I am Erica! XD *fangirling*Avatar ImageHermione Elizabeth says: Loved all the behind the scenes stuff! :)Avatar ImageLiderc says: Grats Erica, was hoping they used mine but to no avail =)Avatar Imageashim_gryffindor says: I was so engrossed in these videos, I didn't notice my laptop's battery was on 2%, and it turned itself off while I was watching the second clip midway! xD Good clips though, and awesome movie of course.Avatar Imageashim_gryffindor says: The tattoo reminds of the time when I was about 10, i took a red pen marker and drew a Harry Potter scar on my forehead, and kept for a week, before my mum made me wash it off =DAvatar ImageSindi says: Awesome clips :D Great interviews :D Avatar ImageWickedLoz says: Richard Wilkins is an embarrassment to Australia... Avatar Imagelexinneyara says: Thanks for these clips. :) Watched the movie yesterday and it was awesome. Lookin' forward for the 2nd part. Yikes! :)Avatar Imagehe_who_must_not_be_nicknamed says: Did anyone else notice in the wedding footage that there's a scene of Hermione dancing with Victor Krum? He wasn't shown in the movie at all, perhaps there will be an extended edition DVD? That'd be pretty awesome.Avatar ImageJoost says: It would be great if someone who attended a testscreening could tell us what other things they left out, beside Krum. Probably Harry finding the letter in Grimmauld Place? A pretty silly thing to cut, of course. Also: extending all the Voldemort flashes throughout the movie and more info about the Elder Wand ("aha, he is getting it, because Lucius' wand didn't work" etc), would have made for a much better ending.Avatar ImageFilthyMudblood___ says: Awesome, I love seeing behind the scenes clips :DAvatar Imagehpyoda says: Was that Voldemort dying at 4:28 to 4:30 in last clip? I haven't seen DH1 yet. Is this in it or has this crept in from DH2? Avatar Imagemystiqueminx says: “we thought, what would happen once Ron was out of the way. Wouldn’t it be cool if they danced?” What is he thinking? Hermione is supposed to be depressed when Ron is gone...I dint like how this scene played out..The way Dan looked at her and removed that locket..Harry is supposed to depressed when Ron leaves ,,we dont see that at allAvatar Imagej@m says: "I dint like how this scene played out..The way Dan looked at her and removed that locket..Harry is supposed to depressed when Ron leaves ,,we dont see that at all" Steve Kloves is a failure, and sadly with this film David Yates proved that he too is unworthy of working on Potter. It's sad that this out-of-character scene ever got made, Kloves, Yates have totally destroyed the trio friendship, and Harry-Ron friendship as we know and love it in the books.Avatar Imagejain says: i thought the dance scene was wonderful and a tender moment between friends. Nothing happened! They just danced. It showed that given the right moment something could have happened, but the moment passed and they did nothing. Ron had his moment ,he acted upon it,lost them and instanly regreted it.Avatar Imagelunarkitty says: It's sad that people are so up in arms over the dance scene.. Maybe it wasn't *intended* to be - but it's extremely easy to watch it as a really sweet moment between friends and not much more. He wanted to cheer her up so he acted goofy and got her to dance and laugh. Then it was over and they got back to business and being sad that they had lost Ron for the time being.Avatar ImageGiant Fairy says: That s it.....everything COULD have happened or nothing! It was a " we are still alive and together" thing and he wanted to make her just smile...Avatar ImageTheGleek77 says: I hate my computer! It never let's me watch the full ones ughhh :(Avatar Imagehe_who_must_not_be_nicknamed says: I agree about the dance scene. I do realize that it was meant as a sweet tender moment between friends, with Harry just trying to cheer her up a bit. But if you aren't aware that that's what the intention is there, it could easily be taken as Harry making a move on her now that Ron is gone, especially for those who haven't read the books. The thing that's frustrating for me is that all of that could have been avoided by adding a line or two of dialog of him trying to cheer her up verbally and, when that fails, getting up and making her dance. It would have made all the difference in the world. I mean, I do think it's a great scene... I just think the way it's done... along with the fact that Harry doesn't correct Ron's assumption about them as he does in the book "She's like a sister to me. I thought you knew."... it just a bit too ambiguous for me.Avatar ImageJoost says: I agree with he_who_must_not_be_nicknamed. @hpyoda: yes, Voldemort dies in DH1. Wormtail takes over the Death Eaters and is the big adversary in DH2.Avatar Imagetjerriam says: good clips...♥ it...Avatar Imagetjerriam says: good clips...♥ it...Avatar Imageazaadpotter says: Great vids thanksAvatar Imagehpyoda says: Thank you Joost! Yes I know he doesn't die in DH1 but he does look like he is on his way out in the clip. Is that what happens to him when he gets the elder wand in HP1? So either this a clip of him not dying from HP1 or dying from DH2? Which is it?Avatar Imagehpyoda says: for HP read DH!!! It's late here!Avatar ImageJoost says: hpyoda, it's what happens during the air-chase. Voldemort finds out that Lucius' wand doesn't work, in fact: it is destroyed by the little bit of Voldemort-soul in Harry.Avatar Imagehpyoda says: Joost - Thanks...that explains it...gotta really go see it! This weekend perhaps!Avatar ImageHalfbloodPrince08 says: cool

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