And then there were tears: TomsFriendDan Radcliffe says Tom Felton speaks the truth.

In an interesting interview with the LATimes today, Tom’s friend Daniel Radcliffe backed up Tom’s remarks of him “crying like a girl” during the final takes of “Deathly Hallows.”

There was one “Deathly Hallows” cast member at Comic-Con; Tom Felton, who plays Draco Malfoy, appeared and I interviewed him on stage in front of an audience of 6,500, which cheered the actor as well as the footage from “Deathly Hallows” that was shown for the first time anywhere. I mentioned to Radcliffe that his on-screen rival told the crowd that the film’s title star cried like a little girl on the final day of shooting.

“You know what, I’d love to libel him and call it a lie, but, darn, he’s absolutely right. We all three of us — me, Rupert and Emma — we just wept. And I’ve never seen Rupert Grint cry. That was really weird.”

Poor Dan and his non-presence. But from all of us here at Feltbeats.com, we wish TomsFriendDan the best of belated birthdays. 🙂

6 thoughts on “And then there were tears: TomsFriendDan Radcliffe says Tom Felton speaks the truth.

  1. Well of course they cried. Why wouldn’t they? They have been together for years developing these movies and made this huge bond with one another. It’s like when you graduate from school. Everything is moving on now and they are closing a huge chapter of their lives. I think it’s sweet.

  2. It makes sense that they cried! I mean, I cried and they’re closer to it than I am! I feel like I’ve been doing a lot of crying lately because of the Deathly Hallows… it’s too much like “the end”. :'(

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