Bonnie Wright on a Return Trip to King’s Cross Station for Deathly Hallows Epilogue

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Nov 25, 2009

Posted by SueTLC

Actors Tom Felton (Draco) and Bonnie Wright (Ginny) were among those interviewed for Belgium magazine Het Nieuwsblad (scan here) where they spoke about filming of the epilogue for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. In a translation below, Tom said it would probably be the last scene they filmed and Bonnie spoke again about making a return trip to King’s Cross station where she did her first scene for the Harry Potter films.

“Tom Felton: We still have several months filming. The last scene
we will probably be filming the scene 19 years later is playing. I’m
very curious how we all will be.
Bonnie Wright: I’m
looking forward to returning to King’s Cross station. I had my first
scene for the first Harry Potter movie ten years ago. I hardly knew
then what acting was. I especially remember that I was freezing.
Tom: We’ve spent more than ten years together on this film set. We have grown up here. It will be strange to say goodbye.
Bonnie: Who
knows, we can have a reunion in about ten years. What became of the
actors? Maybe we’ll play together in the Harry Potter musical. (Laughs)
.”

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