How awful ! Ginny Weasley and Harry Potter may have bonded on the Quidditch pitch and during Dumbledore’s army training, but more intimate parts of their relationship never made it to the big screen.
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“In terms of what was left out, I mean, I think everyone would have liked every part of their character in the movie book,” Bonnie wright exclusively told Us weekly of the film franchise. “But I think for me what I would have liked were just the nuances of relationship building. I think having a little more of that onscreen, I think seeing the kind of chemistry and our dynamics develop, I think that would have been really useful and essential for their kind of love story and why they are together. So I would have loved that. I can’t pinpoint a specific moment in the book, but just think of a few small moments of nuance in their chemistry.
Daniel radcliffe played The Boy Who Lived opposite Wright, 30, in the franchise, who also played Rupert grint (Ronald Weasley), Emma watson (Hermione Granger), Tom felton (Draco Malfoy), Evanna lynch (Luna Lovegood) and Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom). Jk rowlingThe book series has undoubtedly provided more information about Harry and Ginny’s friendship and ultimate love story than the movies, but Wright can see why.
“I think the beauty of Jo’s involvement in the film was really to give that, to give that kind of confidence to the director to have that kind of vision. The film has always been an interpretation of history. It can only be like this when you do [an] adaptation, ”she explained to We. “I think it was important for the director to have a vision. Plus, when we were making the first movies, she was still writing it. So she really wanted to keep that division so that she could focus on the book themselves.
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Wright said his final farewells to the Wizarding World after the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 in 2011. In the final scene, Harry, Ginny, Ron, Hermione and Draco bid their children farewell as they head to Hogwarts for the new term of school – 19 years after defeating Lord Voldemort.
“It was literally our final scene, which was cool. It came full circle for me too, because this was the same set I started on. I started on platform nine three quarters and I’m done, “Wright recalls.” The young actors playing our kids were our age when we started it. So it was very, very, very surreal. And it kind of helped us, I think. , to give it a nice ending. I think that’s what was so important about that scene. It ends the story in a really satisfying way.
For the epilogue, the actors swapped their Gryffindor and Slytherin dresses for more sophisticated looks. Ginny de Wright, in particular, wore a leather jacket and a new bob.
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“I mean, it was very strange, like being a little old and being that family and seeing everyone. But everyone enjoyed the transformation in some way, ”she said. We. “It was just to find the right balance between everyone. Kind of like making sure someone doesn’t age more than the other. And I think it was important. We’ve done so much casting with the young actors and costume decisions as a group that it feels like a unitary family. So it was as authentic as it gets. So it was really nice to be part of the casting process with the kids too. And we brought a lot of them into the room and made sure the momentum between us was good. And I think it’s been really helpful to be a part of that.
Wright remains close to his former co-stars – especially his Weasley family. “I was recently shooting a project with James and Olivier [Phelps], like a few weeks ago in Iceland and it was so nice to be back with them, ”she said of the real brothers, who played Fred and George. “Besides being an older Hogwarts family, I had this literal family on screen, that I felt so happy to be a part of.”
She added, “I just miss all the familiar faces and the familiar type of outfits and sets and just not the actors, but I bonded so much with the whole crew behind the camera. It is one of those unique experiences that is always difficult to describe. So when I’m with someone who’s also in the movie, it’s just that kind of unspoken feeling.