'Harry Potter' Film is 'Darker,' 'More Mature'
November 18, 2005
It's time for muggles and magical folk to unite once again, as "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" hits theaters this weekend.
In the fourth film in the multi-billion dollar grossing series, Harry comes face to face with evil in the form of Ralph Fiennes, who plays Lord Voldemort. "He's genuinely quite scary," said the film's star, Daniel Radcliff.
In fact, "The Goblet of Fire" was so scary, the film conjured up a PG-13 rating, a rating that co-star Emma Watson agrees with. "It's darker, it's more mature," she said.
"Will it scare kids, yeah," Radcliff said. "I think it will scare adults too."
In the film, Harry risks life and limb in a magical tournament, and he bravely enters the treacherous territory of teenage romance. "The romance thing is actually really funny," Radcliff admitted.
So whether it's laughs, love or a little action, check out "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire," in theaters everywhere.