Director: Mike Newell
Harry finds himself mysteriously selected as an under-aged competitor in a dangerous tournament between three schools of magic.
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- The only Harry Potter film not to feature Julie Walters.
- It took two days to film Ralph Fiennes's role
- Ralph Fiennes was not wearing any make up to cover his nose. In order to make the character scarier, film editors digitally removed it. Also, the "red, snake-like eyes" the novel describes were not added, due to the actor's thought that the expression in his eyes would provide a better idea of Lord Voldemort's insanity and malignity.
- Mike Newell was not aware that Alan Rickman wore black contact lenses for the role of Snape until one day, when he was complimenting Alan on the amazing shade of his eyes, Alan leaned over and popped one of the lenses out.
- Alfonso Cuarón was offered the chance to direct this installment in the franchise, but declined, as he would still be working on the post-production for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004).
- During the underwater filming, Daniel Radcliffe, a couple of the cast members, and all of the underwater crew, posed for a photo, which he later sent out as a Christmas card, with Rudolph's nose and antlers Photoshopped on everyone's faces.
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