While the recent trailers and TV spots for "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" have proven to be sufficient teasers for Potterheads — showcasing a darker, more serious film and more harrowing action sequences — fans can't seem to get enough news about the series' much-discussed/hyped final scene: the epilogue.
When MTV News caught up with celebrated villain and [article id="1640892"]MTV Movie Award winner Tom Felton[/article], we asked him if in his big final scene, which is set 19 years in the "Potter" future, [article id="1642751"]Draco Malfoy[/article] closes the series with any sweeping dialogue.
"I had a monologue prepared, but time was short," he joked. "No, it was all in the presence and the look."
So Draco Malfoy's farewell is all in his menacing presence? "This is the idea, that's what they told me," he said. "Hopefully that reads. It was a lot of fun."
Adding to the epilogue fun is the fact that Felton's real-life girlfriend, "Potter" stunt assistant Jade Olivia, plays his wife in that final shot.
"She was at first reluctant, but I pulled her arm and twisted it," Felton told MTV at last month's Movie Awards of convincing Olivia to step in and play Astoria Malfoy. "She was filming with me for three days at King's Cross [railway station in the U.K.]. We were very excited.
"It gave me a chance to see what she's going to look like in 19 years," Felton added. "And if that's what she looks like, I'm doing pretty well for myself," he laughed. "But I look terrible," he said of his own aged visage. "The years have not been kind to me in the slightest. But what can I do? I've gotta just roll with it."
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