Anonymous said: I think that the fandom in general has a really entitled attitude towards Harry. People think he OWES it to their fave to act a certain way and if he didn't, tough, because Harry's feelings and opinions don't matter to them. I remember in DAYD that Ernie was thinking that Harry was being very selfish because he did not tell all of Hufflepuff exactly how Cedric died even though we, people who like Harry, realize he was really under no obligation to discuss it with them.
That second sentence hits the nail on the head. Lots of fans resent Harry for not validating them by adoring and prioritizing their fave. In my experience it’s mostly fans of Snape, Malfoy and Hermione who do so, but I think it happens all across the board.
Even if you don’t like Harry, I’m not sure how you can think he’s somehow obligated to recount and relive a traumatic experience over and over again for the sake of satisfying the curiosity of others, especially when he’s already told the truth and been villified and targeted for it. If Harry had been more healed, maybe he would have done so, but it’s a bit rough to expect him to recount a story to people who he doesn’t think will believe him anyway.
What I think is totally awesome is that Daniel Craig said that the Queen was supposed to look up straight away, but she improvised the letter writing and completely blanked him, so the awkward standing there was completely realisitic. The Queen ignored James Bond because she was ACTING.
She ain’t called the Queen for nothing, kids.
I remember watching this live and thinking, ‘that’s not the Queen, no way.’ Then she turned around and HOLY FUCK! THAT’S THE ACTUAL QUEEN!
And that’s why the 2012 Opening Ceremony will forever be my favourite.
(Source: lawyerupasshole, via marauders4evr)
"I hope we get more cute grandfather and grandson bonding moments in season four. That was my favorite part of early season two."