PG-13 | | Adventure, Family, Fantasy
A young wizard finds himself competing in a hazard its tournament between rival schools of magic, but he is distracted by recurring nightmares.
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 ... ...
(at around 1h 45 mins) When Harry has just seen the memory of the court, and gets back to the "real", Dumbledore is standing next to the Pensieve. He's standing up straight, and when Harry walks towards the Pensieve to look into it, he's not looking at Harry. However, in the next shot (in which Dumbledore's sentence starts with: "You see, Harry..."), Dumbledore leans towards Harry. Also, he's holding his wand in his right hand.
At the end of the film, there is a dedication to Casting Director Mary Selway, who died of cancer in 2004.
£14,933,901 (UK) (18 November 2005)
$289,994,397 (USA) (31 March 2006)
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