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Lets work But James is quick to point out that twins aren’t identical in every way, even when they’re as closely knit as the Weasleys.
“We may be completely wrong, but to us it kind of seems that Fred’s a bit more of the leader, and George kind of just goes with it, which is completely different to Oliver and I, because we’re both trying to boss each other around,” James said.
“Robbie Coltrane told us on our first movie [“Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone”], ‘This is like having a Rolls Royce for your first car, because you’ll be very lucky if you ever get anything better than this,’” James said.
“It’s been as good as you’d expect and better, because they are genuinely really nice people.
It was really good being able to show a different side of the character, and being able to show that Fred and George are quite aggressive, as well.
They see the danger, and they want to go at things full on.” That’s not to say their methods don’t still have the Weasley flair for a good gag.
Obviously, they’re ready to fight, and that isn’t really a laughing matter.” In the end, James and Oliver said, the Weasleys are true Gryffindors.“When people aren’t twins or haven’t got twins in the family, they kind of relate them as just one group.” Oliver said he and James support rival soccer teams. “And I’m definitely the tidiest of the two of us,” Oliver said.“ “While everyone else is learning math and science and that, we’re playing darts and wasting the day, as it were,” Oliver joked.James and Oliver Phelps have also rubbed off on Fred and George Weasley in the films.The Phelps twins occasionally find themselves finishing each other’s sentences, Oliver said, which is how the Weasley twins began speaking in unison on the big screen.
Today, a chat with the Brothers Phelps, who portray the Weasley twins (SPOILER ALERT: IF YOU DIDN’T READ THE “HALLOWS” BOOK, THIS STORY WILL REVEAL MAJOR PLOT POINTS) Fans may have lamented the loss of Fred Weasley’s life and George Weasley’s ear when they read “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,” but James and Oliver Phelps, who play the mischievous Weasley twins in the “Potter” movies, were excited for the gore.