In a new interview with Go Aften Danmark to discuss the upcoming release of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince on DVD and Blu-Ray, Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Tom Felton, and James and Oliver Phelps discuss Harry Potter the character, and the man behind the glasses, Daniel Radcliffe.
The interviewer speaks in Danish, but thankfully not everyone else. If someone would like to translate the interview questions for us, please leave a comment!
Never thought Draco Malfoy would work alongside Good Ol’ Rita Skeeter, did you? Well, in this interview from the HBP DVD, he sure does (except he’s not manipulative, inventive…er, I think I should stop now, before I get carried away). Enjoy the interview:
Update from Lilyginny27: There’s a second part to this sneak peak of What’s on Your Mind? as hosted by Tom for the HBP DVD. Listen as Tom gives us a bit of an Irish history lesson while channeling Hermione, what everyone would like to fix in the world, and what is their favorite sport. While he picks on Daniel in the first one, Emma seems to get the brunt of it in the second-half.
Thanks to Feltbeats Junior Admin Estrella89san for the message at 5:00 am this morning to let us know that BBC Switch Live has uploaded 30 minutes of coverage from Sunday’s concert and award ceremony to their YouTube page.
Tom can be seen at 4:06-5:15 & 21:10-22:05. He collected the Favourite Flick award for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, answered a few interview questions (three guesses who he’d rather be stuck in a lift with, Daniel Radcliffe or Rupert Grint, and the first two don’t count ) and even played a little game of Twitch Live.
UPDATE: The video has been cut to just the Tom related goodness. You can watch the original video in all of its 30 minute glory here at BBCSwitch.
Thanks to @TomFeltonFans_ we have scans of Harry Potter playing cards, featuring our own Tom!
These are the cards from Draco from the Top Trumps cards of Harry Potter 3-6, with the following characteristics: Magic, Cunning, Courage, Wisdom, Temper; and a poker game (HP 6). Both available at AmazonUK.
Who wouldn’t mind playing a few card games with these beauties in hand?