Credence Barebone in The Crimes Of Grindelwald
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