'Harry Potter' Stars Felt 'Weird' During Epilogue Scene

'The images of me still haunt me,' Rupert Grint tells MTV News of his flash-forward makeup.

Though the story of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2" ends with Harry's battle against Voldemort, the real goodbye to the franchise comes through an [article id="1640892"]epilogue sequence[/article] at the end of the movie.

It's a scene MTV has been talking to the cast of the "Harry Potter" films about for many years, especially after the creative heads decided to age the stars using makeup instead of casting a new set of actors. Now that the film is less than 24 hours away from being released, the stars were ready to open up about the final "Harry Potter" scene.

"With the way it ends, it definitely got balanced right, it was believable, but it was a weird scene to film," Rupert Grint told MTV News.

The actor better known as Ron Weasley had to shoot the epilogue sequence twice after director David Yates decided that the first attempt didn't work as well. In the scene that is used in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2," Ron has gained a pot belly and some stubble, but the first version also featured a serious receding hairline and some unflattering jowls.

"The images of me still haunt me," Grint admitted with a traumatized look on his face. "It was like this monster Donald Trump kind of mixture. It was scary."

His co-star Tom Felton agreed that Grint had not looked particularly attractive the first time, but he wasn't entirely happy with how his character, Draco Malfoy, turned out either. His real-life girlfriend, Jade Olivia, played his onscreen wife in the sequence and he got to wear a muscle suit -- "It was quite cool, I felt quite ripped" -- but despite his "lovely goatee" and longer hairstyle, Felton wasn't entirely satisfied with the results.

Unfortunately for the "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" star, he and Olivia "nailed it" the first time, and thus weren't called back for reshoots. "They were pretty cruel, don't you think?" Felton asked. "Nineteen years, they were supposed to base it on Jason Isaacs! I look like Jason Isaacs' dad! I mean, come on."

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