Harry Potter This is a film that was liked in the whole world. Even today its craze is in the whole world. The first part of the film was released in 2001. And the last one was done in 2011. It has a total of 7 parts!
Harry Potter is famous all over the world today. There was a school of magic learning in this novel, which had good and bad magicians; magical stairs that were flying in the magical air were so much that attracted the people and attracted them. Harry Potter is a magician in this. There have been many films on this. There have been considerable changes in all roles in time.
1: The Harry of this movie means Daniel Radcliffe looks like this now. There has already been a lot of changes in the past.
When Daniel Radcliffe first walks in I can’t believe how terrible he looks: sallow-faced, dark smudges under his eyes, long beard. And so thin. At least a stone lighter than when we met four years ago. And he wasn’t remotely big then. It quickly becomes obvious that he’s starving himself. He tells me he is subsisting on a daily diet of one chicken breast and a protein bar, boosted by coffee and cigarettes. Radcliffe has been getting into character for his role in Jungle, a film adapted from a true story, where he plays Yossi Ghinsberg, a young adventurer who gets lost in the Bolivian jungle.
He has a few more ‘skinny scenes’ to shoot and then plans to celebrate with a chocolate bar. It’s not the first time he’s gone to extremes for a role. As Harry Potter, for example, he spent 41 hours being filmed underwater (in The Goblet of Fire) when he couldn’t swim. He spent several weeks road-testing a prosthetic hump for his role as Igor, the hunchbacked assistant in the film Victor Frankenstein, and once said he’d spent so long studying medicine for his part as a graduate doctor in the TV series A Young Doctor’s Notebook, ‘I could probably perform a tracheotomy.’