“The crews of any of the movies that I’ve ever done think that I’m a blabbering, 4-year-old, laughing and jumping around! When I think about the other films I shot that are so dark, I was having a blast while doing them. I was never seeped into the depression of it. Honestly, the only time I’m ever serious is in front of the camera, when they call ‘Action!’ Then I act. And when they call ‘Cut!’ I’m joking around with craft services again.”
I was born and grew up in Russia. After the Holocaust [in Russia] you were not allowed to be religious. So my parents raised me to know I was Jewish. You know who you are inside. You don’t need to tell the whole world. You believe what you believe, and that’s what’s important. And that’s how I was raised. (…) My parents raised me Jewish as much as they could and they came to America. I love my religion. I think it’s a beautiful religion, but I took parts of it that I want for myself. I don’t need to go to temple. I will, but I don’t need to.
It took Ron a long time to tell Hermione what he saw in that locket. When he finally did, he broke down completely. Hermione took him in her arms, tears falling down her own cheeks, and whispered into his ear, “I have seen your heart, and you are mine.”
He gets hotter as he gets older
hotter by age.