So much for that emotional last day of shooting! 'The boy who lived' and his movies just won't die!
Okay, they will eventually, but not just yet as Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson have revealed that they've been scheduled to reshoot a pivotal scene for the final flick.
While at the world premiere last night for the first part of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, both Harry and Hermione confirmed that they would be starting up filming again in late December to do some pickup scenes for the all important Epilogue. As DanRad confesses, all did not go so well when they tried to film it the first time:
"We are re-shooting some parts of it. It was an interesting one. I think we made it very hard on ourselves because we shot it at King's Cross for real. And this time we'll be shooting it at Leavesden on set. To have to rush that sequence and it's an important sequence, is not something any of us want to do."
Emma echoes the same sentiment, but attempts to show some good humor in heading back to Hogwarts. She explains:
"I mean, you can imagine, we stopped trains when they said we could do the scene. I mean, we are special - we are Harry Potter! We only had two days to shoot it and we needed so much more time than that. We have reshoots at Christmas."
Bummer that your Xmas vacay gets disrupted, but we're sure they don't mind that much. They have to see this thing to the end, for the fans at least!
And no worries, this won't result in a delay for Part 2 of DH. Movies do pickups all the time! So breathe!
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