Tom Felton: "Non-Stop Carnage" for Last Hour of "Deathly Hallows"
April 17, 2010, 07:45 PM
Actor Tom Felton recently gave a new interview during which he spoke briefly about the final battle sequence and end of the "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" film. The video, which can be seen here, Mr. Felton comments on to what to expect in the final film, by saying:
"Unquestionably more exciting and more substantial as well... the final half an hour, or the final hour, really, of the last film is going to be non-stop carnage and I can't wait to see it."
The interview continues with discussion of the bleached blonde hair he must endure as Draco, feelings of nostalgia as the shooting comes to an end, as well as his plans for the future.
I cannot wait. it’ll be a great fight…
and to paraphrase Howard Cosell…
Down goes Crabbe..Down goes Crabbe!!"
I do hope that they put in a few seconds of McGonagall’s rampaging herd of desks. That scene gave me a good giggle.
But mostly, I will be livid if they give short shrift to the Prince’s Tale. For my money, Snape’s unrequited love for Lily is the most poignant thread in the entire story.