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We're very excited to see Ashley Greene and Tom Felton working together in their upcoming thriller, "The Apparition." Not only will it be a combining of not one, not two, but three major franchises ("The Twilight Saga," "Harry Potter" and Sebastian Stan's "Gossip Girl"), but it also sounds like it's a good outlet for its starring actors to showcase their acting skills. MTV News caught up with Ashley when she was promoting her film "Skateland" at SXSW, and she admitted that she and Tom are both well aware of the fan baggage they are bringing to their new film, though she said neither have actually watched the others' films.
"We're both not very familiar with each others' films," Ashley said. "We of course know what they are, but I was never a huge 'Harry Potter' watcher and I don't think he's watched 'Twilight.' We're both very aware of the effect that they've had and how crazy it is."
She said what they found easier to compare was how they as actors are received in the corners of the globe where their films are most popular.
"We did compare the difference between how big 'Harry Potter' is in the UK versus how big 'Twilight' is in the UK and LA and the difference between those two," Ashley explained, "because he can actually walk around in LA whereas I can't, and it's flipped anywhere in the Europe. I can walk around and nobody cares who I am, but he can't step out his front door."
Today, Tom tweeted that he was pulled over by police infront of the US Embassy, he said he was afraid but it turns out they recognized him from the Harry Potter films and simply asked for an autograph for their children. Lol right?
That info jibes with what Tom Felton, who plays Draco Malfoy, told us last month. "Daniel and I have been talking about it for ages and we are excited to see what we look like 19 years later," he said. "We want to make sure that it's flattering and we don't look like 60-year-olds."
Bond With Harry Potter In 'Deathly Hallows' Is 'Really Interesting'
It's hard to grasp the fact that, in a little more than a year, the "Harry Potter" film saga will finally be over. Sure, it will have taken four years since the release of J.K. Rowling's final "Harry Potter" novel for the final film to hit the screen, but it's still a bit of the magic that we'd like to have dragged out longer.
Thanks to Universal Orlando's newest addition to Islands of Adventure, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, the magic will be new and fresh for many years to come, but the ending of such an important story to modern pop culture is something to be mourned.
There is one actor from the film who isn't mourning the films ending: rather, Tom Felton is relishing in the changes his character Draco Malfoy is forced to face. Tom has been playing Harry Potter's classmate archnemesis for more than a decade, but finally the hateful dynamic between the two young wizards will become more complicated.
"It was one of the things I was really looking forward to with 'Deathly Hallows'," he told MTV. "My personal opinion is, deep down, Draco is desperate to get out of what he's in. In 'Half-Blood Prince,' he had a real wake-up call, realizing this is not what he wants to do; this isn't the path he wants to go down. Unfortunately, his parental influences aren't too good. He's kind of forced into the dark side. It's hard when Voldemort is sort of your step-uncle, in a weird way."
Tom was referencing Draco's assignment from the most evil of all evils in the "Harry Potter" universe — Lord Voldemort — to kill the beloved headmaster at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Albus Dumbledore. Though Draco had seemed almost unquestionably on the side of Voldemort's followers — the Death Eaters — throughout the course of the series, he was forced to reconsider following his parents' life path into darkness after being ordered to kill someone.
This important revelation meant there is something of a change in the dynamic between Draco and Harry in the final book, and Tom said that was something else he really enjoyed about the final two films.
"Harry and Draco almost have a bond, and they save each other's lives on numerous occasions," he said. "It's a really weird love/hate relationship. It's great that it's left to our interpretation of how and why this is all happening. We have shot some really interesting stuff with me and Daniel [Radcliffe] me saving him and him saving me. For once, we're not just bickering!"