How far are you with the 6th movie?
DR: Right in the middle.
RG: I havent done so much but Dan has already been filming for a few months.
Is this like a second home for you?
ML: Definitely. And I also sleep here. They tell you to look asleep and I really fall asleep. The beds are extremely comfortable. And I do come here for seven years now.
Do you have the whole script or just you own scenes?
EL: Yeah but theyre changing something every day.
RG: Its really good. And I liked the 6th book a lot. Were going to do some cool things.
The 6th part is a major movie for Ginny.
BW: Yeah, yeah I..
EL: Youre supposed to say: "Im really looking forward to play Ginny again."
BW: Yeah its definitely a good film for her. Until now it was a lot of fun.
Are we going to see the scene with Luna during Quidditch in the movie?
EL: Yes, no, wait a minute. The commentary, I dont think so. But the lion's hat is there to make us forget the no commentary thing.
Do you read the books again before the shooting or are you relying on David Yates to tell you what to do?
BW: Ive read all books and I love them but they cant put everything in the movies and thats a pity. But I think the most important parts are in it.
RG: This time Ron has a girlfriend and there isn't a lot of kissing going on for which Im grateful.
DR: Im looking forward to see Rupert kissing Lavender Brown. Thats going to be funny.
The next movie is probably going to be not as dark as the last one. In the book are a lot of funny scenes.
DR: Yes, I think so, thats the short answer but that doesnt mean that there arent a lot of terribly dark scenes
Especially in the third part, but, yeah, there are a lot of really funny scenes. Comparing to the other movies this script is the funniest.
You know Emma for so long, it has to be strange to fall in love with her (character) now?
RG: Yes, especially after reading the 7th book and knowing how the story ends. Its a little embarrassing but Im going to make it.
DR: Im going to try to bring something of the Will Ferrell comedy school to Hogwarts. Thats going to be my mission. No, I love comedy and it will be interesting to see more of Harry's sense of humor.
BW: Were doing it for so long now and can be relaxed and concentrated on the acting. And David Yates is directing again and its nice to have that kind of continuity.
DR: During the last few weeks I worked a lot with Jim Broadbent. It was great, he is a great actor and its very interesting to work with him.
EL: Its always nice to be here. No matter what you have to do even if you only have a few scenes, youre meeting new people. Theres not a single boring day.
You have old people here and new people, its a bit like school, youre coming back and there are new students and new teachers.
DR: Yes but its more fun than a normal school. And its great having people like Jim or Imelda Staunton come on board and you can learn so much from them, youre getting new ideas and learn.
(It's A Great Interview.)