Mission Control in Houston transmitted the movie "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" to the crew 354 kilometers (220 miles) above the Earth on the request of American astronaut Bill McArthur, commander of the International Space Station, the US space agency said.
Malfoy being turned into a ferret is one of my favorite scenes from the book and the movie. Here's a nice story about the ferret actors.
Animal trainer Jen Swallow, who works at Birds and Animals UK, which provides pets for films and is based at the film studios in Herefordshire, said: "We trained them for about three months before the filming. And then when they went before the cameras they were naturals. They did not try to upstage any of the stars."