PG-13 | | Adventure, Family, Fantasy
Harry finds himself mysteriously selected as an under-aged competitor in a dangerous tournament between three schools of magic.
Mike Newell originally decided not to have the make-up on Ralph Fiennes to give a more scary Voldemort. But he changed his mind after seeing a minimal make-up design by Nick Dudman. To complement the make-up, Fiennes shaved his head, as well as his armpits.
(at around 21 mins) When Barty Crouch Sr. is explaining the rules of entering the Tournament and Dumbledore is subsequently yelling for silence, there are a few shots where you can see that Alan Rickman's, Predrag Bjelac's and Frances de la Tour's stand-ins/doubles are being used.
The end credits appear on parchment paper that is burning around the edges, similar to the names taken from the Goblet of Fire.
£14,933,901 (UK) (18 November 2005)
$289,994,397 (USA) (31 March 2006)
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