EZRA MILLER

Cre­dence Bare­bone in The Crimes Of Grindel­wald

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How would you de­scribe Cre­dence’s re­la­tion­ship with Nagini?

it’s com­pli­cated and mul­ti­fac­eted. these are two hu­man be­ings who do not re­ally have any other hu­man be­ings who they even re­motely trust, so the fact that they’ve found that in each other is some­thing spe­cial. they feel pro­tec­tive of each other in dif­fer­ent ways. and there’s com­mon­al­i­ties be­tween what we’re go­ing through in terms of our mag­i­cal af­flic­tions.

How do they feel about the non-mag­i­cal world?

i think our char­ac­ters just don’t mess with any of it. We’ve been be­trayed by both – re­peat­edly. i don’t think they have any rea­son to trust wizards, witches, mug­gles, any­body. they’ve only been sur­vivors of abuse and ex­ploita­tion at ev­ery turn.

Do you think Paris gives this one a dif­fer­ent vibe?

We know very lit­tle about mag­i­cal france from the Harry Pot­ter se­ries. We just know about the veela and Beaux­ba­tons. We don’t even know yet that wands are called “baguette mag­ique”, which i only knew be­cause we were in mag­i­cal Paris, and there was this “baguette mag­ique” shop, and i was like, “i want one of those! it sounds de­li­cious!” Richard Ed­wards

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