Daniel Radcliffe,Emma Watson and Rupert Grint at the premiere of Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 1

Posted on Nov 17 2010 - 9:02am by GJ Staff

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 had it’s premiere on 16th november 2010.Stars like Daniel Radcliffe,the lovely Emma Watson and Rupert Grint couldn’t miss this event for nothing in the world because in the end due to them this film became history.We all remember the first episode,we can say that we grew  with them and this is an special thing!Long live Harry Potter!

All of the three stars had something to say so let’s hear them out!

Daniel Radcliffe said:

“Yeah, I think it was great to be honest with you, because I remember when Chris told me he was leaving on #2, I was very upset and I thought, “Oh no, that’s a terrible thing.” But actually, it proved the best thing for the series because it opened it up to different creative ideas and different people came on board. I think the fact that Alfonso (Cuaron) came along to the film was not just for him, but really, really smart from our producers, particularly David Heyman, who was very instrumental in that. (Alfonso) had just directed “Y Tu Mama Tambien” and for such a mainstream movie franchise, it gives you a bit of weight with the critics, to have somebody who’s had such an indie (hit) suddenly working on the film. (laughs) So I think that made people see us in a slightly different light, and I think the fact that David Yates got the job on #5 was fantastic because it shows that we’re not afraid of taking risks, because a lot of people saw it as a risk.”

 

Emma Watson said:

“I knew it would be kind of a shock, but I had no idea that it would be that big. Like everyone would make this much fuss over it,” Watson, who chopped her golden locks in August, told USA TODAY’s Andrea Mandell at the New York premiere.

 

Rupert Grint said:

“It’s funny the reaction I get from the ginger community. People with red hair get a hard time, but I’ve always managed to escape it, I’ve never had any negative reaction to it. I’m a very proud ginger. Ginger people in the street shake my hand and it’s nice. I would dye it for a role, but I’m a ginger at heart.”