Emma Watson Says Doing Night Shoots This Week on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
May 18, 2009, 10:07 PM
Actress Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) has made a new blog entry on her official website where she discusses the filming schedule for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Emma stated they are doing night shoots this week on the final installments in the Harry Potter series, and tried to stay up late this past weekend to prepare for this. She also noted that in two weeks time, it will mark the half-way point in her filming on Deathly Hallows, and that she feels she thinks its time to have people sign a Harry Potter book for her, although she has never asked anyone for an autograph before.
Finally Emma reflected on the recent filming for Shell Cottage, saying it was the nicest week and remarking on the beauty of Pembrokeshire, Wales.
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I can’t believe she’s halfway done with her scenes.. Could someone please stop the time?! I only got properly into this fandom a couple of months ago — missed “only” some nine years or so, argh — and now some of the actors are already halfway through filming the very last movies. In no time they will be filming the very last scenes of the very last films. Someone please stop the time, I don’t want this to end! :(
Calm down people. :) The shooting will not end before at least April 2010. Emma Watson might wrap on HP in four months, but indicated in the Derek Blasberg Interview that she might have to shoot during her University holidays and in March of next year.
Moreover, there are three more movies to come: July 2009, November 2010, July 2011. There are three more DVDs releases to come and of course the countless re-re-re-releases of the 8 movies. And at least for the movie releases you can expect a lot of promo from Emma and the rest of the trio.
So, it´ll be a while, before “it all ends”.
i really really hope they dont make the battle scene (battle of hogwarts) short, i wouldnt mind watching an hours worth of that seeing as its the last harry potter film. i say this because the first real battle (department of mysteries) lasted about 2 minutes in Ootp, and theyve completely cut the battle from the end of half blood, so they NEED to make up for it in this one.