We Revealed Ten Mysteries after watched ‘Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts.

We Revealed the following Ten Mysteries after watching ‘Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts.

1. OG Dumbledore, Richard Harris, believed Fawkes was presented by an actual bird.

  ——–Director Chris Columbus and Daniel Radcliffe during “Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts

During a segment of the reunion, Daniel Radcliffe (who played Harry Potter) and Chris Columbus (who directed “Sorcerer’s Stone” and “Chamber of Secrets”) talked about filming scenes with Harris, aka the original Dumbledore. During their talk, they described the two giggles as filming the sequences with Harris and Fawkes, Dumbledore’s animal companion. Fawkes is animated in the flicks. According to Columbus and Radcliffe, Harris, who was succeeded in the films by Michael Gambon after his death, was unaware of this.

“Richard came in and looked at the phoenix and remarked, ‘Wow, they train these animals magnificently these days,'” Columbus explained.

“We won’t tell him,” Radcliffe revealed.

“He just thought it was a true bird,” Columbus said.

2. Alfonso Cuarón was surprised by the level of talent on set.

Cuarón, an Oscar winner, directed “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban,” the franchise’s third installment, which he described as a true “coming of age” movie. He was blown away by one scene in particular: the one at the Shrieking Shack where the trio discovers the truth about Peter, Pettigrew, and Sirius Black.

Radcliffe, Emma Watson (who played Hermione), Rupert Grint (who played Ron), Gary Oldman (who portrayed Black), David Thewlis (who played Remus Lupin), and Alan Rickman all starred at that moment (who played Severus Snape).

Cuarón remarked in the reunion, “I had never done a scene with such a fantastic group in my life.”

”He said, I love it, It was a great memory of my life.

3. When it came to Snape, Rickman was the only person who had the “whole picture.”

In a conversation between Oldman and Radcliffe, the two talked about how Sirius is portrayed as a “villainous guy” at first, but then reveals himself to be “kind and warm.”

Oldman stated of the series, “I wish I’d got the complete picture.” “You know, book after book, we figured it out.”

He then turned to Radcliffe and stated, “I don’t know whether you were, since you were Harry Potter,” insinuating that because he was the franchise’s protagonist, Radcliffe might have had a greater understanding of what Harry Potter’s future contained.

“I did not,” Radcliffe responded. “Just Rickman did,” she said, referring to the late actor who passed away in 2016. “That was the end of it.”

4. Grint is just as crazy as Ron (just as you expected).

Cuarón stated he gave the trio a homework assignment for the third film: Write an essay in the character’s voice. The director was able to get to know the performers and the characters through their eyes. Grint recalled, “Of course, Emma writes like 12 pages, like brilliantly written.” Cuarón, on the other hand, claimed that “Rupert didn’t deliver anything.” During the reunion, Grint laughed and replied, “I didn’t do it.” “Rupert, where’s your assignment?” I inquired. He said, “Well, I thought… Ron wouldn’t do it,” and he was right “Cuarón explained. “Rupert is Ron to a tee.”

5. Situations in real life Prior to the Yule Ball scene, Fred and George had teased Grint.

  ——–Oliver Phelps, Bonnie Wright, James Phelps and Mark Williams during “Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts

Grint wasn’t the only member of the Weasley family who resembled his ginger-haired protagonist. Off-camera, Oliver and James Phelps, who played Fred and George, were also pranksters. In a way. Professor McGonagall (Smith) is teaching the pupils how to dance in “Goblet of Fire,” and she asks Ron to demonstrate alongside her. The moment is hilarious, and many people on television laugh out loud (and us viewers).

The Phelps brothers, on the other hand, made Grint even more uncomfortable about dancing behind the scenes. According to Oliver Phelps, “We were like, “Do you have any steps?” You know, the regimen that we’ve been following for the past six weeks? or something along those lines.” “They tried to raise the pressure by convincing me before we filmed it… that there was a whole dance routine planned,” Grint stated.

6. During the filming of ‘Goblet of Fire,’ a ‘lot of hormones were flying around.

The fourth film follows the Hogwarts students as they mature further, attend the aforementioned Yule Ball, and experience their first crushes. Some of the actors claimed that things weren’t much different on set. “Peak” is how Radcliffe defined the fourth film. “You already had a lot of hormonal teenagers…and now you bring in two enormous additional groups of individuals, all of whom are purposely hot for the movie.”

“A lot of hormones were flying around,” Grint explained. “People were going out with each other and breaking up,” Matthew Lewis recounted (who played Neville Longbottom). “It was exactly the same situation; the only difference was that I was in a dark arts defence class.”

7. WHAT DOES DRAMIONE LOOK LIKE IN REAL LIFE? It’s a platonic connection.

Fans of Dramione: The truth has now been revealed. Watson and Tom Felton (who played Draco Malfoy) are smitten with each other. But, as the two said, it’s all platonic. Despite this, Watson found herself having an unrequited infatuation on Felton. “I walked into the room where we were talking.” Watson and Felton have “always loved each other really,” according to Felton.

He remarked, “I’ve always had a warm spot for her and it still exists now.” “There has always been a sense of brotherhood.”With Felton, Watson said she felt she could be her most vulnerable. Nonetheless, she underlined, “Nothing romantic has ever happened between us. That’s all I have to say about it. We just love each other.”

8. One of the “most difficult things” for Emma Watson, it was “horrible” to kiss Rupert Grint.

In the final book/film, Ron and Hermione shippers finally got the kiss they were yearning for. Despite their tight relationship off-screen, Watson and Grint had a difficult time in this moment. During the re connection, Watson told Grint, “Obviously, us kissing was the most terrifying thing any of us has ever had to go through.”

Grint said, “It was basically built up throughout the whole season.”

Watson stated the two “kept laughing” despite the fact that it was supposed to be “this dramatic make out.”

Finally, Watson claimed she “went for it” to get the job.

Grint recounted, “I kind of thought I blacked out, I just remember your face growing closer to mine.”

“You make it sound like a true nightmare.”

9. After becoming famous, the trio, particularly Watson, had reservations about returning to the brand.

———–All three members of the trio struggled with stardom at some point throughout the production of the trilogy.

“I did come across a diary entry that was similar to mm…

I could tell I was lonely at times “Watson remarked.

During the reunion, Grint asked his co-star, “Were you considering pulling out?” in an honest conversation.

Watson’s response was, “I believe I was terrified. I’m not sure whether you’ve ever felt that it reached a point where you thought, “This is forever now.””

“I had moments like that all the way through,” Grint said. “I believe we were just in the moment,” he later explained, “and it didn’t really occur to us that we were all having identical feelings.” Radcliffe expressed similar sentiments. “We never talked about it on set because we were all kids,” Radcliffe said, adding that as a 14-year-old, he wouldn’t “turn around to another 14-year-old and say, ‘hey how are you doing?'” ‘Is everything in order?’ The trio eventually agreed to stay on board. They’re glad they did it. Grint stated, “I’m proud to be a part of something that means so much to so many people.”Watson stated, “No one had to persuade me to see it through.” “It was sincerely desired by the supporters.”

10. Those who love us never truly abandon us.

The ones who love us never really leave us, Sirius Black famously warns Harry in the Harry Potter books. It’s a lovely line, and one that Harry remembers well, especially after Sirius’ death. As a result, it was only fitting that the performers themselves remember the late members of the Harry Potter family during the reunion. Harris, Rickman, Helen McCrory (who played Narcissa Malfoy), Richard Griffiths (who played Vernon Dursley), and John Hurt were among the honorees (who played Ollivander). While crying, Felton stated of McCrory, his on-screen mother, “She had taught me a lot.” “In her eyes, she had this ability to show such empathy.” It was a tremendous pleasure to meet you. “Alan Rickman never spoke to me like a child,” Watson explained. “He always treated my thoughts and opinions seriously, which touched me every time.” Grint said of the late actors, “They’re like family.” “They were all taken from us far too young,” he said.

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