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The trio’s selection was arguably one of the best show-business decisions over the past decade, considering the instant risks and eventual rewards.Critics are praising their acting in this latest film as a leap forward for each of them, and, more than that, they have shown admirable grace and steadiness in the face of teen superstardom.In other words, there wasn’t a Britney in the bunch. Dan is extremely focused on his acting, and I have the fortune too to read his poetry and short stories, and there are some major poets who have written the most glowing, supportive things about his work.“I know they all will have great success in whatever they choose to do,” Heyman said at his Watford office, putting away his photo collection. And Rupert — Rupert is the most natural comedian of the bunch.It's Harry's third year at Hogwarts; not only does he have a new "Defense Against the Dark Arts" teacher, but there is also trouble brewing.
At the very center of the franchise is the erudite Heyman, the 47-year-old London native who has been the architect of the franchise from Day One.
Her favorable review got Heyman to look past “the rubbish title.” He fell in love with the book and snatched up the rights. There sitting behind me was this boy with these big blue eyes. I remember my first impressions: He was curious and funny and so energetic. But at the same time he was really voracious and with hunger for knowledge of whatever kind.” He coaxed the youngster’s parents into bringing him by for an audition.
“I watched that audition tape recently — we’ll be putting it on one of the DVD releases — and I barely recognized him.” The casting of Radcliffe as Harry, Grint as Ron Weasley and Emma Watson as Hermione Granger is especially impressive in hindsight.
There’s also a museum tour of props and costumes planned and years’ worth of home-video repackaging projects to consider, he noted with a chuckle. He’s excited to adapt British novelist Mark Haddon’s quirky “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” with Kloves on board to script and direct.
Heyman is also developing the film future of Paddington Bear, who last year celebrated his 50th anniversary as a gentle institution of the British bookshelf.