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 Deathly Hallows: Part 2 Snape featurette online 
There is something about Alan Rickman as Professor Severus Snape that makes us grateful we never had to study potions at school…

Deathly Hallows: Part 2 Snape featurette online

There is something about Alan Rickman as Professor Severus Snape that makes us grateful we never had to study potions at school…

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Ralph Fiennes to direct Dickens biopic The Invisible Woman
Fresh from his concluding villainous outing as Lord Voldemort in Harry Potter, Ralph Fiennes is plotting his next directorial move.The Invisible Woman will tell the story of Dickens’ secret 13-year love affair with Ellen Terney, affectionately known as Nelly by the author.Busying himself in Sam Mendes’ upcoming Bond 23 and set to play Prospero on stage in The Tempest, Fiennes seems keen to rule himself out of playing the author, but there have been plenty of casting rumours already…

Ralph Fiennes to direct Dickens biopic The Invisible Woman

Fresh from his concluding villainous outing as Lord Voldemort in Harry Potter, Ralph Fiennes is plotting his next directorial move.

The Invisible Woman will tell the story of Dickens’ secret 13-year love affair with Ellen Terney, affectionately known as Nelly by the author.

Busying himself in Sam Mendes’ upcoming Bond 23 and set to play Prospero on stage in The Tempest, Fiennes seems keen to rule himself out of playing the author, but there have been plenty of casting rumours already…

50 Best Movie Kisses
45. William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet (1996)The Kissers: Romeo (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Juliet (Claire Danes). The Kiss:  A joyful tumble from balcony to swimming pool after a fancy dress ball, with both still dressed in their highly symbolic costumes.  He’s a knight, she’s an angel. Passion Or Romance: Seriously, you need to ask?  You didn’t learn about these star cross’d lovers in school?

50 Best Movie Kisses

45. William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet (1996)

The Kissers: Romeo (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Juliet (Claire Danes).
 
The Kiss:  A joyful tumble from balcony to swimming pool after a fancy dress ball, with both still dressed in their highly symbolic costumes.  He’s a knight, she’s an angel.
 
Passion Or Romance: Seriously, you need to ask?  You didn’t learn about these star cross’d lovers in school?

Rupert Grint feels “empty and lost” now Potter’s over
Rupert Grint is having a difficult time letting go of the Harry Potter films, saying that he feels “empty and lost”.
Many  people are feeling a bit glum in the wake of the franchise’s final  release, but none more so than Grint as he told the press:
“I  loved every minute of it, and I’m really going to miss it. I felt empty  and a bit lost, and it’s taken me a while to accept it’s over…”

Rupert Grint feels “empty and lost” now Potter’s over

Rupert Grint is having a difficult time letting go of the Harry Potter films, saying that he feels “empty and lost”.

Many people are feeling a bit glum in the wake of the franchise’s final release, but none more so than Grint as he told the press:

“I loved every minute of it, and I’m really going to miss it. I felt empty and a bit lost, and it’s taken me a while to accept it’s over…”



Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 Review
"Hogwarts has changed,” explains a bruised and battered Neville  Longbottom (Matthew Lewis) as he welcomes fellow wiz-kids Harry (Daniel  Radcliffe), Hermione (Emma Watson) and Ron (Rupert Grint) back to the  once-illustrious School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.  He’s  not kidding. From the sinister opening sequence – in which students are  marched rank-and-file through a misty courtyard, surrounded by a horde  of cloaked Dementors – to the monumental closing battle that reduces it  to smouldering rubble, this certainly isn’t the warm, fuzzy  home-from-home we’re used to…

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 Review

"Hogwarts has changed,” explains a bruised and battered Neville Longbottom (Matthew Lewis) as he welcomes fellow wiz-kids Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), Hermione (Emma Watson) and Ron (Rupert Grint) back to the once-illustrious School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
 
He’s not kidding. From the sinister opening sequence – in which students are marched rank-and-file through a misty courtyard, surrounded by a horde of cloaked Dementors – to the monumental closing battle that reduces it to smouldering rubble, this certainly isn’t the warm, fuzzy home-from-home we’re used to…

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Daniel Radcliffe tells us about life after Harry Potter
Total Film recently had an exclusive chat with Daniel Radcliffe, and we took the opportunity to grill him on his post-Potter career.The actor recently appeared in How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying on Broadway, so we asked if he feels the need to take risks following the success of the wizarding mega-franchise: “Absolutely. I’m very proud of Harry Potter, but I now have to take a few risks to prove to people that I’m serious about this.“I don’t regard The Woman in Black particularly as a risk, but certainly Equus was, and How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying could be seen as a bit of a risk because it’s something that I’ve never done before.”

Daniel Radcliffe tells us about life after Harry Potter

Total Film recently had an exclusive chat with Daniel Radcliffe, and we took the opportunity to grill him on his post-Potter career.

The actor recently appeared in How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying on Broadway, so we asked if he feels the need to take risks following the success of the wizarding mega-franchise: “Absolutely. I’m very proud of Harry Potter, but I now have to take a few risks to prove to people that I’m serious about this.

“I don’t regard The Woman in Black particularly as a risk, but certainly Equus was, and How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying could be seen as a bit of a risk because it’s something that I’ve never done before.

Total Film’s Harry Potter Celebration
As featured in Issue 181. Out now.

Total Film’s Harry Potter Celebration

As featured in Issue 181. Out now.

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Exclusive: Daniel Radcliffe talks about Harry Potter without Dumbledore
Total Film recently sat down with Daniel Radcliffe to talk all things Harry Potter.As the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 fast approaches, Radcliffe told us what it was like shooting the final installments without Michael Gambon (AKA Dumbledore).When we asked if he missed Gambon’s presence, Radcliffe responded: “Yes – those scenes with the two of us [in The Half-Blood Prince] were the most fun scenes.“We shot them all in a period of about two months right at the beginning of the film. We were working together almost every day and it was great.”

Exclusive: Daniel Radcliffe talks about Harry Potter without Dumbledore

Total Film recently sat down with Daniel Radcliffe to talk all things Harry Potter.

As the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 fast approaches, Radcliffe told us what it was like shooting the final installments without Michael Gambon (AKA Dumbledore).

When we asked if he missed Gambon’s presence, Radcliffe responded: “Yes – those scenes with the two of us [in The Half-Blood Prince] were the most fun scenes.

“We shot them all in a period of about two months right at the beginning of the film. We were working together almost every day and it was great.”

Potter star Daniel Radcliffe talks up Deathly Hallows action scenes
In an exclusive chat with Total Film, Harry Potter himself Daniel Radcliffe has given an idea of what to expect from the final installment.While Deathly Hallows: Part 1 had its work cut out setting up a conclusion 10 years in the making, Part 2 looks set to rip into the action with gusto as the series comes thundering to an end.Radcliffe was keen to emphasise that Part 2 would deliver much more in terms of action: “Part 2 is 200 miles an hour from the word go. We just go headlong into it; it should be very exciting.”

Potter star Daniel Radcliffe talks up Deathly Hallows action scenes

In an exclusive chat with Total Film, Harry Potter himself Daniel Radcliffe has given an idea of what to expect from the final installment.

While Deathly Hallows: Part 1 had its work cut out setting up a conclusion 10 years in the making, Part 2 looks set to rip into the action with gusto as the series comes thundering to an end.

Radcliffe was keen to emphasise that Part 2 would deliver much more in terms of action: “Part 2 is 200 miles an hour from the word go. We just go headlong into it; it should be very exciting.”

Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2 trailer

The first full trailer for the final Harry Potter movie, Deathly Hallows Part 2, has finally landed online. Unloading a batch of impressive new footage from the film, this closing chapter in the Potter saga sees the events of over a decade of filmmaking finally come to a climax.

So Harry Potter faces evil wizard Voldemort in Hogwarts, which becomes the setting for a frankly humongous battle between witches, wizards, Death Eaters and – according to this trailer – giant flaming snakes.