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Exclusive: London Premiere Photos and Videos
Posted by Megs

Finally I have uploaded the rest of my coverage from the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II London premiere. You can see all the photos in the gallery (do NOT take without linking back to magical-menagerie.com). Watch the videos below:

Here is Part 1 again:

Filed Under: Bonnie Wright, Clemence Poesy, David Barron, Deathly Hallows, Exclusive, Helen McCrory, James and Oliver Phelps, Jason Isaacs, Jim Broadbent, Julie Walters, Matthew Lewis, Michael Gambon, Ralph Fiennes, Rupert Grint, Tom Felton
Julie Walters Talks Her Pivotol Scene in Deathly Hallows Part II
Posted by Megs

Contact Music has posted another short interview, this time with Julie Walters and Daniel Radciffe, I believe this is also from the latest issue of Empire magazine which is FULL of interviews, so be sure to pick it up [see some scans here].  There are spoilers for those of you that haven’t read the book.

“‘Deathly Hallows: Part 2’ is Mrs Weasley’s big moment. She’s right in the middle of the Battle of Hogwarts. Before we’ve seen her as a sweet mum, even though she is a wizard. But you see another side to her. And she has one of the most famous lines in the books. Everyone wrote to me and said, ‘I hope they’re not going to take that out, are they?’ ”

Julie’s co-star, Daniel Radcliffe – who plays the titular wizard character – said he is also glad the family friendly film series allowed the line, as it’s pivotal to the high emotions of the series’ final battle. He said: “I’ve always been very against any swearing in these films and I don’t know why because I swear so much in my real life, but if the, ‘not my daughter, you bitch!’ line is in the book, then that’s fine.”

Thanks ginnyholic!

Filed Under: Daniel Radcliffe, Deathly Hallows, Julie Walters
Video: The Weasley Family
Posted by Megs

Another look at Deathly Hallows Part 1 clip has been released, this time by Yahoo! The clip shows some behind the scenes shots with the Weasley family and includes interviews with the cast members.

Filed Under: Bonnie Wright, Daniel Radcliffe, Deathly Hallows, James and Oliver Phelps, Julie Walters, Rupert Grint
New Julie Walters Interview, Hosting Women in Film and Television Awards
Posted by Megs

In a new interview with The Guardian Julie Walters talks about a great many things and even mentions Harry Potter (below).

It is another Harry with whom she is more regularly associated, having played Ron Weasley’s mother for the past nine years. “It was a great big family. You can’t help but feel a little bit like a mother to the younger cast members.” What does she make of Emma Watson’s new elfin haircut? “It’s fabulous. I think she wanted to get rid of it all, to have a fresh start.”

She will be hosting Sky 3D Women in Film and Television Awards which will be taking place on December 3rd.

As someone who has carved out a niche playing strong, forthright women, Walters is a natural choice to host this week’s Sky 3D Women in Film and Television Awards. Do women in her industry still need to be recognised in a separate awards ceremony? “Yes, I think so. It’s getting better but men still earn more and there are more jobs for them. Ageism is a big thing. Parts for women disappear as you get older.”

Filed Under: Julie Walters
Julie Walters Talks End of Harry Potter
Posted by Megs

In a new interview with Digital Spy, Julie Walters talks about what it was like at the end of Harry Potter filming.

The actress, who plays Molly Weasley, told Hello that she was close to tears at the end of shooting as she remembered watching the franchise’s young stars grow up since the beginning of the series.  “It was sad. They were all little tots when we started and now they are great big blokes and girls,” she said.  “I felt very sad on the last day. Being part of such a huge phenomenon was amazing. It has meant that a whole generation of children recognise me now.” She added: “Mind you, they don’t always, because I wear a wig and padding in the films, which even Daniel Radcliffe didn’t realise. I had to point out to him that it’s all birdseed under my dress.”

Filed Under: Deathly Hallows, Julie Walters
Julie Walters & Kenneth Branagh win 2010 BAFTA awards
Posted by Megs

Julie Walters, Helena Bonham Carter, and John Hurt attended tonight’s British Academy Television awards. Julie and Ken Branagh won in their respective categories. Julie won the Leading Actress award and Keneth won for Lead Actor .  You can watch a video of Julie accepting her award below.

Thanks SS!

Filed Under: Julie Walters, Other Actors (Male)

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