Flawed, oh! How he is flawed.
angel(s) gripping you tight
Rupert: It’s usually quite hard to get away with anything but, actually… I have to confess… All three of us were involved… in a…
Oliver: Whenever Rupe says, “all three”, he means, “Rupert”.
James: And when he says, “take”, he means, “took for a walk for five minutes and give it back.”
Rupert: It was a bit from the fourth film, the golden egg. It was a dragon egg. And yeah, we…
Oliver: *pointing at Rupert* Yeah… “We”…
Rupert: Yeah, we had that in our possession for about an hour or something and it got retrieved.
Emma: I think Hermione and Ron’s job, particularly in this one, is to bring him out of that stage where he feels so alone. And this is a way that he will feel that he is accepted, that people look up to him. It’s all part of the plan. She’s a genius.
Dan: At first, he’s a really reluctant teacher. He gets talked into it by Hermione. But as usual, Hermione’s irritating and is right.
Helena: And she probably has an inappropriate response to causing pain… i.e. it’s fantastic fun.
Evanna: My mom, she wasn’t - She just said, “I don’t think you should.” And she said, - I’m really mean. She hates it when I quote this… but she said I had “a snowball’s chance in hell.” (in getting cast as Luna)
Dan talking about Grimmauld Place.
Emma: She really is starting to like Ron at this point and thinks that something’s going to happen with them and he breaks her heart by going and snogging this really annoying, giggly, stupid girl who likes pink, called Lavender.
How would you like to be remembered?
Why do you still write?
J.K. Rowling: Because I love it and I need it.
J. K. Rowling: Because it’s such a well-worn part of my story now, it’s a big yawn to hear how I wrote it (the series) - as though it (the poverty) was all some sort of a publicity stunt I did for a year. But it was my life, and it was very hard. And I didn’t know it was going to be this… fairytale resolution. And coming back here (the flat where she finished the first Potter book) is just full of ghosts.
J.K. Rowling: A lot of readers ask me, “Was George all right?” Of course he wouldn’t be all right, would he?
What are you most afraid of?
J.K. Rowling: Losing someone I love.