What’s next for Harry Potter?
“Oh, I loved my [onscreen] children! I loved them! The fourth film, I wasn’t in it, and I got postcard from them saying, ‘Come back, Mom! Dad can’t control us!’ The whole feel of the job was very homey and very family. I’ve never known a film [series] like it. I suppose it’s because we were there for 10 years and we saw the children grow up and the rest of us grow old. It didn’t ever feel like work.”
— Julie Walters (Mrs. Weasley)
“the stories we love best do live in us forever, so whether you come back by page or by the big screen, hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home” — jk rowling
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See you all later tonight, yes?
"Deathly Hallows - Part 2 is Mrs. Weasley’s big moment. She’s right in the middle of the Battle Of Hogwarts. The battle is huge, painful and heroic for her. Before we’ve seen her as a very sweet mum, and this earthy sort of presence even though she’s a wizard. But you see another side to her. It’s a very physical role this time out. And she has one of the most famous lines in the books. Everyone wrote to me and said, “I HOPE they’re NOT going to take THAT out, are they?!"
Freezing cold January morning and all you just hear from the back of the train station, “Where are my boys? Where are my children?” and here comes Julie.
"It is gorgeous and homey. It’s not about appearances or ambition or anything like that; it’s about love and protection and care, and that’s why the Weasleys are so special. I want to live there myself. It’s just divine!"
Julie Walters, talking about The Burrow (via laksjdhfg09