MuggleCast #200: Admit Defeat – Now Available! Featuring “Harry Potter” Film Producer David Heyman

The latest episode of our Harry Potter podcast is now available – it’s our landmark 200th episode. Clocking in at close to two hours, this episode features a special interview with Harry Potter producer David Heyman who reveals lots of new information about Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and more.



  • A special intro, and David Heyman introduces the show!
  • We talk about MuggleNet 2.0.
  • Lots of Deathly Hallows news to catch up on.
  • Our thoughts on the MTV Movie Awards Deathly Hallows montage.
  • Reviews from the Wizarding World are starting to appear.
  • David Heyman confirms that they HAVE selected where the split will be in Deathly Hallows – hear him discuss how they made the decision.
  • David favorites book, villain, and what his patronus would be.
  • David tells us his favorite scenes from Deathly Hallows and why.
  • The props David has taken and his upcoming meeting with the prop department
  • David plays our Dueling Club segment with us. Micah chooses Bellatrix, David chooses Snape. David tells us why he chose Snape and why he would certainly defeat Bellatrix.
  • We bring back a classic segment: Make the Connection.
  • A few e-mails congratulate us on 200 shows.

All that and much more can be found in this week’s episode! We thank David Heyman again for joining us, and we thank all of YOU for your support over 200 episodes. All that and a LOT more can be heard by downloading! Refresh your iTunes Podcast section to get the latest episode. If you haven’t subscribed (for free), click here! No iPod or MP3 player needed! You can also visit the MuggleCast website to listen right within your browser, or to download the MP3 file to your desktop. ENJOY!

Eric S.

Eric Scull joined MuggleNet in November of 2002. Since that time, he’s presided over a number of sections, including name origins and Dear Hogwarts, but none so long as the recently revived Crazy Caption Contest. Eric is a Hufflepuff who lives in Chicago and loves the outdoors.