Eddie Redmayne also says he improvised quite a bit on Dumbledore’s Secret.
Fantastic Beasts 3 – Dumbledore’s Secret hits theaters this week, and it won’t be the last installment in the prequel saga of Harry Potter. Eddie Redmayne (Newt Scamander/Norbert Scamander) thus tells that to keep this type of saga as secret as possible, directly written by JK Rowling and Steve Kloves, this time, without relying on the plot of existing novels, the production gives them dropper details.
“We have the script for this film, but not that of the whole narrative arc, we are receiving the information little by little, the prequels’ lead comedian detailed during the film’s press conference. We still have some clues about the following, to get an idea of what could happen. It triggers a lot of rumors between us, we wonder between actors to know who knows what. So yes, we have a script. Very detailed, with lots of technical aspects. But on this film in particular, David (Yates, director) left us a lot of freedom, he asked us to modulate, to change a few things, to improvise, to propose ideas… As Jude said, it’s rare on this type of big film. We can for example wonder how to react to such and such a creature… For me, it was the most fun. In addition, to be able to observe the other actors, all very talented, improvising. That was really awesome.”
The trailer for Fantastic Beasts 3at the cinema on April 13:
Jude Law – Fantastic Beasts 3: “This is not the final form of Dumbledore”