Harry Potter director describes filming final emotional scene with trio.Posted: June 14, 2011
This post may contain spoilers that some readers may want to avoid.
It seems that working together on a massive film project is just as emotional for the actor/actress than it is for the character you are playing – this piece of news caught my interest. Harry Potters’, Hermione Grangers’ and Ron Weasley’s last scene in the series of films. Its been a massive journey for both actors and characters and it must have been an eye watering act when it came to their final scene. The last scene with the trio was revealed by David Yates the director, he described: “”We shot the scene on the viaduct, outside Hogwarts, and it was really peaceful. It was a really sunny day. It was all backlit.
“And it’s a very tender scene where they sort of reflect on everything that’s happened, all the battles and everything, and they hold hands, and the camera falls away. It’s a really tender, lovely scene.”
The first film, Harry Potter and the Philosophers stone was released in November 2001 and since then has become a massive box office success and also a long adventure for the production team and actors/actresses involved for 10 years.
David Yates continued “I said to them, ‘Look, guys, this is the last scene we’re all going to do with you three together in front of the camera. So, it’s not just the last scene of these three characters in the movie, this is your last scene in this series of films. That’s what today is about.’ And it infused it with a kind of emotion which was really moving actually.”
We all hope that part 2 ends brilliantly the way the series deserves.
Here is the trailer, the film will be released in cinemas in the UK and US on July 15.
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