Harry Potter actor, Tom Felton has revealed how his final days on the set of the hit movie franchise, were somewhat of an anti climax. Tom admitted that he was expecting there to be some sort of big reaction but it was basically just a quick goodbye and that was it. Tom also admitted that he became overwhelmed with emotion and could not help himself from crying.
Felton explained, “It was anti-climactic on the last day, ‘That’s your lot everyone, thanks very much, see you.’ I had a couple of last days actually, one last day was the Platform 9 ¾ stuff that we did 19 years on with all the make-up, which was very bizarre because it was almost ten years to the month, I think, that we were there as 11-year-olds being put on the train, and now we’re all grown up. But it was a nice way of us to say goodbye to everyone, to Dan and Rupert and Emma.”
He added, “My actual last day was just a very quick pick-up shot for second unit, a night shot for Dom Fysh, who was the first AD on the second unit, and he gave us a very brief speech and I saluted and off I went before I started blubbing like a five-year-old girl.” Tom Felton is next set to be seen, alongside Michael Clarke Duncan, in the movie From the Rough, which is expected to be released next year.