Daniel Radcliffe on Filming “Deathly Hallows” in Scotland


Jan 10, 2010

Posted by: John Admin

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Daniel Radcliffe has spoken to a Scottish newspaper about filming “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” in the recent snowy weather. Mr. Radcliffe, speaking to the Sunday Mail, describes the camping scenes filmed by Loch Etive in Scotland as “magic.” He goes on to say, “[the] mountains up there looked kind of blue and the weather was great.” Talking about the various filming locations used for the first part of the seventh film, Mr. Radcliffe comments that it is a “road movie […] and it’s going to look very different.”

The paper also spoke to producer David Barron about his decision to not write snow scenes into the plot of “Deathly Hallows.” Instead the producer says that they chose to return to Leavesden Studios and film indoor scenes on the Great Hall set.

The full article can be found here on The Daily Record website.

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