PG-13 | | Adventure, Family, Fantasy
Harry finds himself mysteriously selected as an under-aged competitor in a dangerous tournament between three schools of magic.
When he first signed on to direct, Mike Newell explained to David Heyman that he wanted to make a "Bollywood film". While this had him a little skeptical at first, Heyman understood what he meant. "There is no singing and dancing, but of all the films, Goblet of Fire has ... ...
Unlike other times when polyjuice potion is used, this time the person using it (Barty Crouch, Jr.) has his voiced transformed into that of the person he is impersonating (Mad-Eye Moody). In Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, the characters keep their natural voices to make it easier for the audience to recognize them.
Next to Brendan Gleeson's name, the burn in the parchment resembles an eye, a reference to his character.
£14,933,901 (UK) (18 November 2005)
$289,994,397 (USA) (31 March 2006)
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