Daniel Radcliffe Talks Script Changes and More for Deathly HallowsDH Film
MTV has released several articles where actor Daniel Radcliffe discusses the upcoming Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. In a video and print interview found here, Dan speaks of the constant changes and hectic pace of the final films in the Harry Potter series, saying "It's chaos and it's fear and we're terrified we're not going to get it
right, and it's absolute madness with rewrites and script changes and
scripts not being written and then coming," he said with a smile. "It's
just mad...Amidst all that, something wonderful hopefully will emerge," Radcliffe
said. "That's what I quite like about the film industry. Chaos bears
something so cool and great and polished out into the world."
There is also a second piece from MTV where Dan, Tom Felton (Draco) and Rupert Grint (Ron) discuss the music they listen to before preparing to film Deathly Hallows. Dan says he listens to "loads of stuff. I often come back to stuff like Radiohead and Hope of the States for those harder scenes."Tom Felton chimes in stating,"Daniel loves it in the makeup room," Felton said. "He thumps it out — we're talking 6 in the morning — some '60s ska/punk band. It's like, 'All right, man!' He loves it."Tom also says"I'm more of an earphones guy," he said. "I like my chilled acoustic music. Big fan of Jack Johnson." Rupert is cited as listening to Mogwai while reading the Deathly Hallows script and "a lot of instrumental music from bands like the Black Lips
Finally, while we have seen this on Youtube recently, you can also see yet another deleted scene from Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince here.