Tom Felton: “Deathly Hallows” Epilogue Likely to be Final Sequence Shot

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Feb 17, 2010

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Another interview with Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) has appeared on the MTV website, in which he mentions the filming of the epilogue scene in “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.” Felton suggests that the epilogue will be the final sequence shot, commenting:

Jamie Christopher, the first [assistant director], was always really keen to do that as the final scene, because it’s such a poignant moment for the franchise, that fact that it’s 19 years on, and we get to see what happened to the characters.

The actor goes on to reveal that the epilogue scenes still haven’t been shot, but that all are “extremely excited to do so.” Felton also says that he has been talking about the scene for “ages” with Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) as, in part, they “want to make sure that it’s flattering and we don’t look like 60-year-olds.” The article can be found at this link on the MTV website.





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