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INTERVIEW


WHAT’S YOUR ONE HANG-UP ABOUT TRAVELLING?


I love staying in hotels, but I have yet to master the art of tipping correctly. I either give far too much or far too little. If someone could teach me the protocol that would be great!


WHAT KIND OF HOLIDAYS DID YOU GO ON AS A CHILD?


As a kid, I used to love skiing holidays. I probably didn’t realise how lucky I was at that age to be able to sample those sorts of breaks. These days, if I’m not having a break doing everything I can to relax, then skiing will always be next on the list.


YOUR LATEST FILM, FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM, IS SET IN NEW YORK. WHAT WAS THAT LIKE?


It’s set in post-war America. The world was changing and shifting and what I love about my character Newt is that he spent a year in the field. He has been everywhere in the world. Yet when he arrives in New York, this is the strangest place he has ever seen because it’s all vast and high and hard and confident. He is examining it as if it were a rainforest – his senses are alive.


YOU PLAY A WIZARD IN THE MOVIE, HAVE YOU ALWAYS BEEN INTO MAGIC?


I used to visit this amazing place in Charing Cross in London, which, now I look back on it, felt very Harry Potter. It was beneath a really gritty subway and right in the corner of this dead end – a magic shop called Davenports. It was where proper magicians went to buy the box that you saw someone being sawed in half with… I used to love doing magic tricks. That’s why doing this film feels so right to me. Like any film, it’s about taking chances, taking risks.


24 — aspire december 2016


PICTURE: 2015 WARNER BROS. ENTERTAINMENT INC. AND RATPAC-DUNE ENTERTAINMENT LLC


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