This Friday, 15th July sees rather a big event at the cinema as it’s the day that the final Harry Potter movie is set to be released! If you’ve missed all our coverage of the final movie, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 then you can catch up on it all right here and let me warn you, it’s rather extensive!  Our review of the film can be read here and our World Premiere report is live for all the world to see here.

To celebrate the release of the movies and especially the final one, every day this week we’re going to have interviews with the cast and crew who made the films possible. We have interviews with Producers, David Heyman and David Barron, Director David Yates and four of stars stars of the movie, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Tom Felton and Matt Lewis.

Keep your eyes peeled for the interviews as we progress. We think you’ll very much enjoy them! If you missed any, you can keep track here.


Today, courtesy of our friend James Kleinmann who conducts the interview, we get to hear from the film producers, David Heyman and David Barron about what it takes to make the Harry Potter movies. First up we get to hear from David Barron who talks about the 3d in the movie, why he thought it would work well and how they learnt to work with the new technology. He goes on to talk about Hogwarts and how it felt to see the epic sets destroyed. Finally he talks about what it was like to work with such an amazing cast.

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