james warner

Fantastic Beasts: Eddie Redmayne answers our burning questions
  • James Hibberd: What’s been your favorite spell to cast as Newt?
  • Eddie Redmayne: There’s one which basically stuns someone and sort of makes them kind of go almost statue-like. Shooting that, there was the most brilliant stuntman doing it, and he literally goes from fully standing to falling like a log and smacking on the ground and, I just couldn’t believe that he didn’t break his brain.
  • JH: In interviews you said you were into magic as a kid. What was your favorite trick?
  • ER: My favorite trick was this coloring book that you would open the pages, and the pages would be blank, then you’d then tap it with a wand, and you’d open the pages again and there would be like drawings, and then you’d tap in with a wand again and then all of the drawings would be colored in. That was my favorite trick. I bought it from a place from a place called Davenports Magic Shop and School. And it didn’t involved any skill, it was just a proper old-school trick.
  • JH: Who’s the one person from the Harry Potter universe that you would like Newt to meet?
  • ER: To meet in a future film? That’s really an interesting question. I think a Newt and Ron scene would be quite enjoyable. I think those guys would find each other quite intriguing. Ron and Newt would have quite a good time. I’m not sure a huge amount would be achieved.
  • JH: Have you done the Pottermore house sorting yet?
  • ER: You know what, I did the other day! And that would be really depressing for me to find out that like I’m not actually Hufflepuff and then it sorted me with Hufflepuff. I literally was by myself at home and I yelped with excitement that I got Hufflepuff. I was like, “the magic exists.”

March 5, 1936: The candid camera catches the real life emotions of James Cagney as he testifies today in his court fight to have his film contract abrogated.  He is suing Warner Brothers to break his contract, claiming an oral agreement providing that he make only four films a year was violated. ‘They wanted to withhold $1250 per week of my salary to insure my being a so-called 'good boy.’ That was unsatisfactory to me,’ the star testified. Cagney testified that when he was having a row about his salary, Jack L. Warner, studio vice president, 'said he didn’t like me and couldn’t understand why Darryl Zanuck (former Warner Bros. executive) wanted a mug like me around the place.’

  • Looks like a cinnamon roll but could actually kill you: Juliette
  • Looks like they could kill you but is actually a cinnamon roll: Kenji
  • Looks like a cinnamon roll and is actually a cinnamon roll: James
  • Looks like they could kill you and could actually kill you: Warner
the types as characters from house
  • ENFJ: Dr. Allison Cameron
  • ENFP: Dr. Jessica Adams
  • ENTJ: Dr. Amber Volakis
  • ENTP: Stacy Warner
  • ESFJ: Dominika Petrova
  • ESFP: Lucas Douglas
  • ESTJ: Dr. Lisa Cuddy
  • ESTP: Dr. Chris Taub
  • INFJ: Dr. James Wilson
  • INFP: Dr. Lawrence Kutner
  • INTJ: Dr. Gregory House
  • INTP: Dr. Chi Park
  • ISFJ: Dr. Robert Chase
  • ISFP: Martha M. Masters
  • ISTJ: Dr. Eric Foreman
  • ISTP: Dr. Remy "Thirteen" Hadley
The whole HP fandom should appreciate Andrew Garfield more

I seriously do think the entire Harry Potter fandom agrees on that Andrew Garfield is the perfect young marauder’s era Remus Lupin? Every single post I’ve seen containing the marauders has Andrew Garfield as young Lupin. I love this. Thus being the perfect boyfriend Lupin is as Andrew Garfield was Peter Parker as in real life. Petition on a Marauder’s era movie starring Andrew Garfield as young Lupin. You heard it here.

Originally posted by painfulblisss