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Post Exclusive: David Heyman talks Dumbledore's funeral, Hogwarts battle & more (UPDATE 4)

As a part of his promotional work for The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas, David Heyman, the producer (who also helms the Potter films), has answered questions about Half-Blood Prince - including the following, which we put to him.

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As you know, Half-Blood Prince screenings were recently held in Chicago, which has given fans an idea what to expect come July 2009. Many were shocked to see the omission of the Battle at Hogwarts and Dumbledore's funeral. Can you explain why these scenes were left out?

DAVID HEYMAN: The reason why we left out the Battle at Hogwarts is because we have a battle at Hogwarts in the Seventh film and we are avoiding repetition. Dumbledore’s funeral was something that I really loved and is a fantastic part of the book and part of me would have loved it in the film. But we decided that while we loved it that what we came up with was the right ending for the film that we had made.

Is it possible that given the delay in release, that Half-Blood Prince may be tweaked, according to the reactions from the screenings?

DAVID HEYMAN: Oh absolutely! The reason for a screening such as the one in Chicago is to give us information about any areas of confusion or pace or any issues that may arise, and work on them. So over the last couple of weeks, we have been working incredibly hard on the cut of the film and we will make changes to improve it. It is something that we have done with every film in the Harry Potter series.

Due to the release date change for Half-Blood Prince to next year, the premieres scheduled for New York and London were cancelled. Since Dan Radcliffe will no longer be doing Equus in New York in July 2009, are you still planning to hold the US premiere there; and will the London premiere still include the royal family and screenings for fans?

DAVID HEYMAN: We have not yet had those discussions. We suspect that there will be a premiere in New York and one in London.
David also discusses his forthcoming film, The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas (in which actor David Thewlis, pictured below, stars), including his decision to adapt the story to screen, and audience reactions to the movie's subject matter:





SPOILER!!: Questions about The Boy with Striped Pyjamas
What was the toughest thing about bringing The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas to the screen?

DAVID HEYMAN:
It was actually a fairly organic process. I know that is going to be hard to believe but I read the book and loved the book but I was a little cautious about embarking upon it, just because of the challenges involved in bringing it to the screen. Mark Herman [the director] optioned the book and then came to me with the screenplay and it all seemed very clear to me. Mark did such a great job with his adaptation in script form and Brassed Off [which Mark Herman directed] was one of my favourite British films of the last 20 years and so the challenge in The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas was getting it done within the budget that we had because clearly there was only going to be a finite budget to make it. But Miramax were incredibly supportive and did not ask us to change the ending, did not ask us to really alter much. I suppose in terms of actually getting it made it was a fairly straightforward process. I liked the book, Mark Herman liked the book, he did a screenplay, Miramax liked the script and had always been interested in the book and decided to make it. So it was much less challenging than it might appear. I think it is just a sign of what good fortune I have had in my recent life. But I suppose one of the great challenges was looking at this from a child’s point of view and managing some of the more naive aspects of the book, which I love in the book but which when translated to film might be a little difficult and not as involving but off-putting. So trying to capture the spirit of the book, yet acknowledging the different demands of a film was a challenge.

How hard was it to find Asa Butterfield and Jack Scanlon ho play the children Bruno and Shmuel in The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas?

DAVID HEYMAN:
It was quite hard. We had the fantastic Pippa Hall whose speciality is child actors and she found the boy who played Billy Elliott. I have known Pippa since I was a child. We had approached Leo Davis to do the casting and Leo brought on Pippa. She scoured and scoured the country. It was a fine balance because you wanted the children to possess the essence of the characters because however their imagination you are very often working with the innate essence of a child. So Pippa showed us hundreds upon hundreds of tapes of children, most of whom had very little experience. When it came down to it, our Bruno had no film experience at all. In a way part of the innocence of Asa Butterfield served us well because he was not particularly knowledgeable about the Holocaust, he wasn’t particularly experienced in film making. He became a little bit more knowledgeable of both through the process of making The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas and I think that the gradual increased awareness of both the Holocaust and the film making experience fed into the journey that the character goes through in the film.

Has the reaction of audiences to The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas both delighted and surprised you? Because during filming you must have worried that audiences might think the movie was too much and not get it?

DAVID HEYMAN:
You are absolutely right. While I am a pretty positive type, I am burdened by a tremendous apprehension about anything that I am involved with and people’s response to it. So I was most certainly tredipatious, concerned in part that people might find it an odd blend of tone – the naivety within this rather dark world; that they might not engage with it in the way that I did. There are always those fears – that, as you suggest, the subject matter might be too tough for the sort of point of view that we take. But I think that what I am so happy about is that people seem to be responding to the film for the very reasons that we made it, because of that point of view. Some people had also suggested that viewers might be concerned that we were telling the story from the point of view of the son of the commandant of a concentration camp. But that is the thing that distinguishes this film from so many others – taking that point of view. For me, that is what – in spite of there being some dark elements about the story, and the context being a difficult and challenging one, there is no question of that – is the thing that I find very optimistic about The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas…that an eight year-old boy, whose parents and environment encourage him to be racist, be prejudiced against Jews, makes his own choice and through contact with a boy on the other side of the fence, someone who is different to himself, is able to engage and overcome any prejudice that might have been inculcated into him and forges his own path. To me that is a wonderfully optimistic, generous spirited and wonderful message to put out into the world and I think it is both true and necessary. I think it is important thing for people to consider and to embrace.


The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas is currently playing in UK theatres and will be released in the U.S. November 7, 2008; the sixth Harry Potter film releases on July 17, 2009.

Thanks to John Millar for conducting the interview!

UPDATE: David also answered more questions about Half-Blood Prince and Deathly Hallows:

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You've said that you want each of the Deathly Hallows films to have their own identities even though it's ultimately one story. How will you apply this thinking?

DAVID HEYMAN:
We try to focus on a specific theme within each film and each of these films will have a specific theme running through it. In terms of camera work and lighting there will be slight differences. We are aiming for a slightly different aesthetic.

How are the screenplays by Steve Kloves coming along?

DAVID HEYMAN:
They will be very faithful to the book. One of the pleasures of having the time to make two films means we will be able to go into more detail than we might otherwise have been able to do. If we had only done one film we were concerned that we might have to remove The Deathly Hallows. We never went that far but that would have been something that might have had to come out, which would have been terrible! The script is coming along well, I have read the first half of the adaptation. I have not read the second half, that should be coming in the next few weeks.

UPDATE #2:
Additionally David spoke in great detail as to why Half-Blood Prince was moved from this November to July 2009, as well as mentioning the fact that Dobby the House-Elf might have a big role in the final film:

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After the news broke on the decision to move the film until next year, fans were very upset and (WB president) Alan Horn weighed in with his thoughts on this matter. Have you any words that you as the producer can say to those fans who are still very upset and concerned their feelings and dedication to the series are not being taken seriously?



DAVID HEYMAN:
The fact is that my passion and that of everybody who works on the film is undiminished. It is called ‘the film business’ and the reason why Warner Bros moved the date was for business reasons. Because of the writer’s strike and other factors in Hollywood there was not the pipeline of material for next year that they needed. They had a very big year with The Dark Knight and they needed a big film for 2009 and Harry Potter filled that slot.

I appreciate the disappointment, I really do. As a film maker it is always nice to finish a film and move on to the next. But I think that the film will not be hurt by this experience at all. The studio has always been, and remains, committed to the film in every way.

If the film had come out in November this year, there would have been a two year wait for the first part of Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows. What now will happen is that there will be a two year gap between Order Of The Phoenix and The Half Blood Prince and there will only be, in ball park terms, a 16 month gap between Half-Blood Prince and the first part of The Deathly Hallows. The Deathly Hallows is coming out in exactly the same schedule as was originally planned and we are starting principal photography in February as planned. So nothing has changed with the other films.

After the move of HBP to next year, we were uncertain if you were still going to do those test screenings, and I think its safe to say we were all thrilled with those reports from the first screenings-I know I can’t wait to see the movie! However, given there has to be cuts in beloved characters such as the House Elves, can you tell us if these things will impact the development of movie seven and eight (ie events at Gringotts/Grimmauld place and we love Dobby!).

DAVID HEYMAN:
Inevitably there will be certain things that we will probably have to introduce and emphasise in the Seventh film. Before we read the Seventh book there had been things in the earlier films that we had not realized how important they were. There was an example in the Fifth film when we were considering cutting Kreacher but Jo [Rowling] said to me…"I wouldn’t do that if I were you"…She didn’t tell us why, but she said we would be advised to keep him. And of course in the Seventh book Kreacher is an important character. It has been a while, for example, since we have seen Dobby and I suspect we are going to have to make more of Dobby in Seven than we might have done. I think we have done a pretty good job of what we need in terms of the plot.
UPDATE #3: David elaborated on how he feels about the Harry Potter movies coming to an end, and what future productions he has in store:

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Dan Radcliffe (Harry Potter), Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) and Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) have already been asked a few times how they feel about coming to the end of filming the Harry Potter movies and what they will do after "Deathly Hallows" is complete. How do you feel about reaching the end of the series and what are your plans?

DAVID HEYMAN:
I am both excited and frankly a little saddened by the end of the series growing closer. Working on Harry Potter has been the gift of all gifts. It has changed my life in every which way. Every day working on it, I promise you, has been an absolute pleasure and something that will never be repeated. I am sure that when the time comes it will be a very sad day. I work with certain groups of people every day and I will not be doing that in the same way in the future. I will also be very proud because I am very proud of the films and very proud of the body of work that I have been a part of.

At the same time I will be very excited about the new challenges that lie ahead. I am working on a book called The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time which I look forward to working with Steve Kloves who has written the Harry Potter films and who will write and direct that. Even now I am working on Paddington Bear and some other more adult films. I also made a few other films while I was producing Harry Potter so I am looking forward to having a little more time to work on those things. But Harry Potter will always be a part of me and what an amazing journey it has been.
UPDATE #4: David was asked about the parallels within The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas and the Harry Potter films:

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Would you say that there are any parallels in terms of themes, motifs or messages between producing the Harry Potter movies and your latest production The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas?

DAVID HEYMAN:
Yes I think there are. Within Harry Potter there are the Death Eaters and Voldemort who are interested in a pure blood race and are deeply opposed to anything else. They don’t like people who are ‘others’. They do not care for Muggles or Half Blood or Mud Blood, they believe in the purity of the race and I think that is clearly very much in the vein of the Nazis. Harry Potter is very much about the characters who are unable to see the other side. Harry and Ron and Hermione are all outsiders and so, in The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas, is Bruno.
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Old 11-07-2008, 06:51 AM   #78 (permalink)
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Like everyone else, I am mad about the decision to cut the funeral. Doesn't Dumbledore deserve respect??!
He can't just die and that be the end of it!
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That is ABSOLUTELY ridiculous!!!I dont like it! I dont like it atall!!! I would rather have an extremely long movie with most details than a two and a half, three hour film that wont have much of those details. I see why there doing it but I DO NOT like it! I cant see this getting very AMAZING reveiws, probably great ones but to cut Dumbledore's funeral? That is one of the most emotional parts of the movie for me. I cried soo hard! I so dont like the way they cut some of the best parts out of a movie , I mean a really devoted fan would go see it even if it took a week (say someone like me). This is sooo frustrating!


Im... Im sorry sometimes I just need to write/ talk things out. Good Luck on the new movie Mr. Heyman!
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They always cut so much out of the films. I realize they can't put it all in, but I would be happy to watch the entire thing even if it ended up being 4 or 5 hours long

Exactly! The battle at Hogwarts and dumbledore's funeral are extremely important. Cant they realize this? Why dont they cut cheezy scenes like Romilda Vane ones which have no importance to the plot.

Thats why the books will always be better.
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I am SO happy that they are bringing back Dobby. I find him a very important character in DH and i don't think i would like the movie as much if they jept Dobby out of it,
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I would watch it even if it was 5 hours long...to every person something else is more important, so all films are subjective choices of people who made it...
I think no HP fan would agree...
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HOW DARE THEY CUT OUT DUMBLEDORE'S FUNERAL AND THE BATTLE OF HOGWARTS!!!!!!! i'm shocked at you, David Heyman!!!!!!
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I AM NOT HAPPY AT ALL!!! How could they just cut out crucial scenes?!? Those are important and touching parts of the book! Dumbledore deserves a funeral! he can't just DIE! On the other hand, David Thewlis looks really good in his new movie.
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I'm a little saddened about the funeral and other things as well, but I'm still positive that the film will be a great hit, and I cannot wait until it finally comes out to see it!!!
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i don't wat they are doing they are messing up the films i can't believe that they cut the battle of hogwarts and dumblore funeral. i pray to god that deathly hallows has every scene in the book. this director is messing up the film like he did in the order of the phoenix. but it still was good film. if i was directing this film everything would have been from the book. And that the film has been rated PG that horriable. wats up with these people they wat this film to get low rating. again i pray to god the deathly hallows is PG-13. i still think this film is going to be good. But there cutting to much scenes and a other problem is that they are adding scene that are not in the book. And adding a new scene in the end of the book is just pain stupid. i would delay the film again and fix this problem. am not trying to make fans angry i just think this film could be much better. i would perfer del toro the film DH.
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Hmmmm...I wonder how the ending's going to work...but i'm sure that they have something good!
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I can't believe they left out THE WHITE TOMB!!
That would have been a brilliant ending..
And the battle :O omg they left that out TOO?!
this, in my opinion, could lose WB a couple of grand in the total Gross at the Premiere...
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ugh yates ruined movie 5 well...(except for casting luna)
and they CUT dubledores funeral!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!AHHHHH!!!
these people do not get it!!!!!!
JK Rowling should have done somthing!!!!!

but still i really want to see it (i love harry potter, obviously, thats why i'm on this site)
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I am so mad that he cut out Dumbledore's funeral! RAWR!!! *hisses*
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How idiotic is that.
no dumbledores funeral! which is just insane.
No battle at hogwarts because it'll be repetitive? they could quite easily make it totally different as to what the actual battle of hogwarts will be like theres bout 500 battles in lotr and they're all pretty much the same, and they're all still really good.

& i think such a rant is like really appropriate :Lcause its pretty upsetting.
its most likely noone'll die in the deathly hallows and voldemort'll turn nice and befriend harry and they'll both turn the evil wizards into fluffy bunnies infact i reckon there'll be no funeral dummledore cos they dont even kill him
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its time to choose between what is right and what is easy

i cannot believe they are cutting the funeral, i am very curious now how they came up with a better way to end the film

by the looks of the trailers there might not be a battle but i think the theme will still be there.

glad to find this out now rather than be super angry while watching the movie
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I don't think ANY movie does justice to any book. It is very hard to love a movie if you love a book. When you are reading, you can take all the time you want for the things that you love and you can sort of skip the stuff that is not great for you. In a movie, you are one time frame - and the director "calls the shots."
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i think i remember reading somewhere that there making DH into two movies because there is so many things going on in that book that they cant cut one subplot out with out having to get rid of something in the main plot. And because like I said, there so many things in DH that it wont fit into one whole movie. If it did we would be at the theater for what? 7 hours maybe (which i actually wouldn't mind since its harry potter)
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I must agree, I am also dissapointed...I mean the funeral was ine of the must painful parts in all the book.....I won't say anything I can later feel sorry about so I'll wait patiently and in silence (if I can) till I see the movie and watch how they mended the end of the movie...
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they shouldn't have cut that out. I still can't wait to see the movie though. im going with my fanatic friend. i wonder what she thinks about this. she's probably pretty mad
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