I’ve worked out recently that I don’t do very well without fear. There needs to be a part of me saying, ‘You can’t do that — that’s going to fail,’ for me to prove myself wrong. What I’ve learned, particularly this year, is that all actors — no matter their status or brilliance — still feel like fools. - Daniel Radcliffe
“The scene after the battle, with the three of us on the bridge. It’s the moment that kind of chokes me up the most. It is just that power between me, Dan, and Emma. Every day, every week, every month, every year, we’ve come together and made these films quite intensely. It is a really intimate process, making a film. You do form this tight bond, especially this being such a unique way of growing up, we’ve all shared that. We’ll always stay in touch.” - Rupert Grint
Dan: Bonding over sweets and confectionary, that was the kind of basis for Ron and Harry’s relationship in the early days. And I remember it was also one of Rupert’s favourite scenes to film because he just gorged himself.
DAYBREAK YOU SUCK.
Here we have Hermoine Grainger and Tom Felton who plays Lucius Malfoy.
Jason Isaacs did a really good job as Snape in this movie.
I think Bonnie Wright made a fantastic Voldemort!
Naaah Alan Rickman as Molly Weasley was amazing.
Rupert Grint did and AMAZING job as Harry Potter
No, no, no. Daniel Radcliffe was a genius as Lavender Brown.
Everyone knows the best performance was by Matthew Lewis as Hedwig.
Personally, I enjoyed Warwick Davis’ portrayal of Hagrid.
Oh, Daniel. I would have to agree.