’It Was A Strange Thing’: The Harry Potter Movies Were A Huge Success, But Tom Felton Admits He Had No Idea If They’d Make It To The Deathly Hallows

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Book fans love to assume that when franchises like the Harry Potter movies get underway, they’ll be able to eventually see the whole series adapted to film. But ask anyone who followed the Divergent series, The Golden Compass or Beautiful Creatures, and they’d tell you that this particular fate is never guaranteed. Hogwarts alum Tom Felton fully admitted to knowing that very truth while making some of the best 2000s movies. He even revealed that after all these years, it’s kind of “strange” how everything worked out so that the series reached Deathly Hallows.

Speaking with Collider on behalf of a new set of Harry Potter Funko toys, brought to the world by Kinder chocolate, the star reminisced about his time working on all eight films in Warner Bros.’ legendary fantasy family franchise. And what he had to say about the process of greenlighting each movie may surprise some of you, as this is how he described the thinking at work:

Well, it was a strange thing because I think people always assumed that we were gonna make the eight films from day one, and that was never the case. It was always, ‘We’re gonna make one. That did okay, so we’re gonna make another one. That did better, so we’re gonna make another one.’ We were never promised the fact that we were gonna all be coming back next year. I think we all assumed that they would replace us with half-decent actors at some point.

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