Flawed, oh! How he is flawed.
angel(s) gripping you tight
J.K. Rowling: Dumbledore’s gay. I told a reader that once, and I thought she was gonna slap me.
J.K. Rowling: And I’ve thought a lot about people who have been through terrible things like wars - and having to come back home and rebuild and espouse normality after seeing horrors - has always seemed to me, such a courageous thing to do. And climbing back to normality after trauma, is much much harder - it’s much harder to rebuild than to destroy.
Dan: What I was very much excited about was Ron’s scenes with Lavender because I took a fair bit of stick when I kissed Katie (Leung) in the last film. So it was time for revenge this time around.
Dan talking about flying on a broom.
Dan: And the other thing is a book - which is his potions textbook - which is a very, very old copy. It’s got lots of old scrawls in it of someone who used the book ages ago. And this book is the property of the Half-Blood Prince, hence the title of the film.
Girl: May I have a hug?
Tom: I would love to. I fear this may start something of a chain reaction. All I say is, I’ve been in this scenario before. And the next question was, “Can I have a kiss?” and that’s when it started getting a bit…
Tom: That’s the number one most requested line…
Emma: I can’t believe I’m actually saying this for Vogue.com but for my birthday, I asked for two chickens and they arrived today. I got them a hutch in my garden and I’m really excited about them! I haven’t decided what I’m going to name them. I want to kind of name them… like Ralph and Lauren.
Tom: It’s much easier (to become famous) to be one of those… uh, what do you call them? TV celebrities…
Tom: There you go! Reality shows! That’s much quicker! You don’t have to do anything! Just get drunk on TV!
Tom: …Next question. Please… I’m only kidding.
Tom: That’s been a clash for the last six years building up waiting to happen, which was nice.
Interviewer: We know that Daniel has had massive success with the theater as well, with Equus. Would you ever want to get naked and do that kind of thing on stage?
Tom: It’s nothing that sprung to me as an instant as something I should do. I certainly didn’t have an epiphany in the middle of the night thinking that I should get up on stage with my “wand out”.
Interviewer: Who would win out of a fight between you and Daniel Radcliffe? *to audience* Don’t laugh! This is serious!
Tom: It’s not really up for negotiation. It’s not really a question, is it?
Interviewer: You’re stripped to the waist, like men should be… You’re in an alleyway… Only one person’s going to walk out of that alleyway… Who’s it going to be, Tom? You or Daniel?
Tom: I didn’t realize this was going to come up! I would have to put myself up for this one. I feel quite confident.