Dan Radcliffe, Rupert Grint on Deathly Hallows filming

In an interesting interview with Sky News, Dan Radcliffe and Rupert Grint discuss the differences in filming Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Of particular interest, Dan notes that he hasn't filmed one scene in the Great Hall in the entire 8 months of filming (so far) – a new record for him!

We can deduce that this means they have not filmed the final battle between Harry and Voldemort yet.

From Sky:

Daniel Radcliffe says filming some scenes for The Deathly Hallows has been so intense, it gave him a cold he couldn't cast off.

“'I'm in every day, basically,” Daniel explains when Sky News catches up with him on the set at Leavesden Studios, near Watford. “I was lying in a pool of mud and dust and smoke and it irritated my throat and I developed a cold.”

This time round the cast are doubling-up on their duties. The seventh book has been divided into two films that are shooting back to back. The first will be out in November 2010.

“It's getting quite confusing,” laughs Rupert Grint as he takes a break from shooting to talk to Sky News. “We're kind of mixing them together, and because I've got longer hair in the second part I do lose track.”

Thanks to Snitch Seeker for the tip.

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