We love powerful female characters in movies. They give us someone to look up to, someone to depend on and someone to distract us and carry us through the more difficult parts of life.
Every HP fan will probably have their own opinion on the subject, but we can all agree that seeing magical duels is freaking amazing, so let’s go with that.
Some take into consideration the script, the acting, the camerawork, but way too few people stop and think about the fact that a film is a collection of specific shots, and if it’s a great movie, every single one of those shots was created intentionally. If you think that way a movie is like a million paintings or photographs, and today we want to share some of the best movie shots.
Prepare yourself for a deep dive in Hollywood’s history, and take a look at some of the films that had the biggest impact on the way we make movies today.
Bonnie Wright has grown up before our eyes, much like the rest of the Harry Potter cast. She was only 10 when she got the role in Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone and has appeared in all 8 Harry Potter movies over the decade. And while some actors like Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson have remained firmly in the spotlight, others chose tho keep a lower profile.
There’s some characters that pop culture has introduced us to over the last few decades that pretty much everyone knows. But did you know that some of the more iconic characters we know and love could’ve turned out very differently?
Imagine if someone else played Wolverine, like, for example, Russel Crowe? If you believe in the theory of the multiverse, know that on one of those Earths, that’s exactly how things went down. If some famous actors had not rejected roles, we would have completely different movies.