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Old 11-21-2015, 03:04 AM
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Post 'Fantastic Beasts' new Liverpool set report highlights Jon Voight, Ezra Miller

More details from the Liverpool shot last month for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was released via Pottermore, where their correspondent checked out the set and watched stars Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston, Ezra Miller and Jon Voight shoot scenes at St. George's Hall and Cunard Building.

From what the report says, it might be safe to assume that Voight could be play the Senator Shaw who was featured on banners held during night shoots, like below, but this has not been confirmed yet.



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We all rub our hands together and watch as Jon Voight gets out of a stately black car and walks up the stairs of St. Georgeís Hall. He does it again and again, up snow-drizzled stairs, to get the shot perfect.
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Inside, Ezra Miller prepares for his scene by beat-boxing in the green room. He walks by and introduces himself, tells me heís a Harry Potter fan. He seems to be the kind of actor who can play around and make people laugh right until they hear the word ĎAction!í and then deliver their dialogue seamlessly. Itís quite something to watch.

Alongside Jon and Ezra today there are 444 extras on set.
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Eddie, meanwhile, is quiet. He paces slightly between takes, smiles at everyone softly, sits in his black canvas chair and ducks upstairs to the green room for some solace now and then. He slips his jacket on moments before running in front of the camera, and slips it off again gently when he comes out. He and Katherine whisper to each other, maybe itís their lines, maybe theyíre telling secrets, who knows?

Thereís something so right about Eddie and Katherine. Theyíre absolutely perfect for this movie, and I cannot wait for you to see the scene they filmed today. Itís a dramatic one. Involved a lot of runningÖ
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, written by Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, hits theaters in November 2016.
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