According to Wired.com:
Speaking on a panel at the British Embassy’s Creative Content Summit, [David Heyman, producer of the HP Film Franchise] said Tuesday: “The visual effects industry developed substantially over the 11 to 12 years of making the films. I look at some of the first film [made in 2001] and want to cringe. Then I look at later films and I’m really proud of them.”
Also, we heard a little tidbit from Rupert Grint, who talked about his post-shooting souvenirs:
Rupert Grint, the actor who plays Ron Weasley in the films, was also on the panel. He admitted that at the end of shooting the movies, he took Harry Potter’s house number (4 Privet Drive). “It’s kind of a special thing because it was a set that was always there. Although you can buy them from B&Q and other DIY stores.”
What do you think? Do terrible special effects make you cringe? Are the first few HP films worthy of this criticism? Share your thoughts below!
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