Tom Felton Reminisces About Working With Daniel Radcliffe In New Article

In a new article from  musicrooms.net, Tom Felton talks about working with Daniel Radcliffe, and why it has been one of the best experiences of his life.

The two stars appear alongside each other in the Harry Potter movies, the final instalment of which is due out later this year. Tom plays Draco Malfoy while Daniel is boy wizard Harry, and despite their characters being enemies in the franchise, the pair get along famously in real life.

All those involved in the franchise are gearing up for the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, with Tom admitting saying goodbye to the series is hard. He’s particularly going to miss Daniel as he’s learned so much from him.

“There was a great sense of excitement on set always. It was always great working with Daniel because he has a fantastic excitement and passion for what he does,” Tom explained. “Even when he’s not needed in a scene he’s always there behind the camera. It’s always great working with Daniel and I’ll sincerely miss that.”

Tom, 23, has a number of memories from shooting the movies which will stay with him forever. He can vividly recall attending the premieres for the early films, admitting he had no idea quite how popular they would become.

“I’ll never forget some of the early memories of walking through the great hall as an 11 year old child, or however old I was, so those memories will always hold with me,” he said in a video posted on marieclaire.co.uk. “As well as some of the early premieres, they blew me away really and I had no idea what I was letting myself in for but I loved every minute.”

5 thoughts on “Tom Felton Reminisces About Working With Daniel Radcliffe In New Article

  1. I wish someone could ask him different questions. They always talk about the same stuff; him leaving HP, how he feels about it, blah blah blah. It would be nice to hear something new.

  2. Oh, it sounds so sincere. The time comes and you have to part with those with whom I did not want to leave, but you should be able go forward without looking back.

    With Love

    Annie)***

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