Tom Felton On Aging for Epilogue Scene in "Deathly Hallows"
May 13, 2010, 08:28 PM
MTV has released another interview with actor Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy), in which the actor comments on the process the cast and crew and undertaking to age their characters for the much talked about Epilogue scene at the end of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows." In the interview, Mr. Felton says:
"For nearly two months, we've all been doing prosthetic tests and all sorts of preparation for the epilogue. I've been having some aging training. You've got to walk differently. There's a slump in your walk."
He goes on to note that filming, which is set for June, will take about three days and "[it's] going to be the last big thing that we do. It's going to be on location." The full interview can be read via this link
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I" will be in theaters this November, while Part II will arrive next July.
This is going to be great!
I was reading the epilogue after finishing a test early in class the other day, and I realized that that scene is what we’re going to be seeing last, that’s the last part to the HP releases. We’re just going to see their smiling faces, the sweet music in the background that tells us all is well, and the slowing darkening screen, slipping away from us. I literally started to cry in class at the thought, and I pulled myself together before anyone noticed, thank goodness. It’s just all too much to comprehend.
Slump in the walk … oh, Tom! Maybe he means that Draco won’t be so cocky, and he will look a little uncomfortable to see everybody again? I’m sure they won’t let him act too old because that would be silly, right?