Voldemort Climbed Into Ralph Fiennes’ Other Movies In A Hilarious Video


A recent video has hilariously cast Ralph Fiennes’ iconic character, Voldemort, in other films in the actor’s famed career.

A recent video was hilariously edited Ralph Fiennes iconic character, Voldemort, in some of the actor’s other films. Fiennes is, of course, known worldwide for his portrayal of the Dark Lord Voldemort in the Harry Potter film franchise. Fiennes first played the role in the fourth installment of the series, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, and played the character until the final film was released in 2011.

Despite Fiennes’ obvious ability to thrive in a villainous role (apart from Voldemort, he was also nominated for an Oscar for his portrayal of Amon Goeth in Schindler’s list), he is an actor well known for his ability to fully embody and transform into any role that is given to him. In stark contrast to Voldemort, Fiennes is also well known for his performances in roles such as the flamboyant Mr. Gustav in The Grand Budapest Hotel, as well as the most recent incarnation of M in the james bond series.

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Fiennes’ versatility was recently put to good use in a video by Corridor Crew on Youtube. The video itself is a reissue of an interview Fiennes gave for QG in which he details the highlights of his career. Thanks to CGI, Corridor Crew removed Fiennes’ nose from the interview and clips from his films, so it seems that Voldemort himself is both the one giving the interview and starring in all of Fiennes’ films. . In the finished product, audiences can see Voldemort portraying an evil Nazi in Schindler’s list (which Voldemort described as exciting because “it was like everyone was there because they loved killing”), as well as M. Gustave in Greater Budapest, in which he sports a thin mustache to go along with his lack of a nose.


What’s interesting is that the video details how the creators pulled off some hilarious scenes. The creators walk the audience through the process of digitally removing Fiennes’ nose to look like Voldemort, which seems to be a lot harder than you might think. The video clearly shows that if Corridor Crew were to be so accurate for a video that is only a few minutes long, the Harry Potter the team had to be immensely dedicated to achieve the same effect across five films.

Corridor Crew certainly did a great job putting together the hilarious video. The video somehow manages to be hysterical, while curiously demonstrating Fiennes’ range of work, just like the original video. Corridor Crew’s hard work has definitely paid off as this video is a must watch video for any fan of Harry Potter Where Fiennes himself.


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