Speaking about her scene as a 35-year-old mother, Bonnie Wright admits the epilogue of the last installment of 'Harry Potter' series is bizarre.
Epilogue of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II" has become one of the most anticipated parts in the movie. However, Bonnie Wright, who acted as a 35-year-old mother in the scene, is seemingly not that amazed with the scene. In fact, she claimed that the epilogue of the film is "really weird".
Attending the "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I" DVD premiere, the 20-year-old actress expressed what she felt during the production of the epilogue of the last installment of "Harry Potter" franchise. "It was really weird," she said. "People said, 'Don't worry, you look good for 35!' "
"Being a mother with three children suddenly when you're young is quite a big [change]," she continued. "It's strange, because obviously [when] I started, my first scene ever filmed was on the train platform 9 3/4, and then we came back to shoot some more before Christmas, and it was back at platform 9 3/4, so I finished, and it was like this amazing cycle."
When she was asked about the scene she wants to see in the forthcoming film, she gushed she preferred the final battle. She said, "I think I'm mainly looking forward to the epic battle that is to come. Seeing the power of good triumph over evil is going to be satisfying."
The film focuses on Harry Potter who should make a sacrifice when he draws closer to the climactic showdown with villainous Lord Voldemort. His battle with the Dark Lord becomes the battle between the good and evil forces of the Wizarding world, and escalates into an all-out war.
Other actors reprising their roles in the upcoming film include Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Helena Bonham Carter, Ralph Fiennes, Tom Felton, Jason Isaacs, and Alan Rickman. Kelly Macdonald is added to the cast ensemble to portray Helena Ravenclaw. Directed by David Yates, the second part of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" film will hit theaters across the nation on July 15.