Radcliffe talks Deathly Hallows at Movie-Con III, new footage revealed

Actor Daniel Radcliffe was recently interviewed as part of BFI’s Movie-Con III, where he discussed wrapping up filming of Deathly Hallows.

On if he got emotional at the end of filming:
“Not then but afterwards. I’ve never seen Rupert Grint cry before; it was weird. It was like seeing your Dad cry. But now we’re on to new things and I’m looking forward to the future.”

On shooting both films over an 18-month period:
“It was hard. Before, the producers and directors were very good at taking all the pressure on their shoulders, but this time going into it we were slightly more nervous than we were before, because we didn’t want to screw it up as the last one.”

On David Yates:
“I think whoever directed the sixth had to direct the seventh; you needed to ensure that there wouldn’t be a distraction there, of a change in style.”

Dan also said if the films were remade in 30 years he’d like to play Dumbledore, but Sirius is the part everyone wants.

The interviewers also got a look at a few new scenes, including the Seven Potters and the attack on Bill and Fleur’s wedding. Thanks to Natalia!