Malfoy Sneers in Character Poster Number Six for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
05.30.11 by Mandy
Warner Bros. has just released a character poster for Deathly Hallows: Part 2 and this one features Tom Felton as Draco Malfoy. The young Death Eater is looking sharp in a black on black suit and tie combo, a look he apparently copied from the Dark Lord, himself. Apparently all the best haberdashers have their shops on Knockturn Alley. He's showing none of the battle wear that Harry, Hermione, Ron, or Neville show in their character posters. He also doesn't seem show any remorse for the destruction of Hogwarts. He's a hard-hearted one, that Draco.
Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom) got his own character poster last week, as well as an interview in Empire. In the interview, Lewis discusses the changes that Neville goes through going from a timid bystander, to a strong leader. By the end of the book it's clear to everyone how Neville Longbottom got sorted into Gryffindor, and, according to Lewis, the movie goes more in depth into Neville's story.
While the final book focuses on Harry, the final movie also spends time on what was going on at Hogwarts before the final battle. So what has been added? Here's what Lewis revealed.
Just stuff where you see what the students are getting up to while they're in this war. The book's focused very heavily on Harry Potter. But the film keeps coming back to the students and the teachers and what's going on. And the whole war is very real. It is really life and death. I won't give too much away, but the whole thing for me was just so much fun because there was so much in. There was a bit of light humour at the beginning; a bit of, sort of, French Resistance stuff. But then the war kicks off and there's action to do and there's a lot of drama as well because there are people dying around us, and Neville's in charge of these people who are dying. I just got to do so much different stuff. It was great.
In a super cute video interview, Empire also asked the cast members to summarize their Harry Potter experience in one word. Matthew Lewis' word? "S'alright. What?" Oh, Neville.