(via nouskyra)Source: a-nobre-casa-dos-black
I’m really sorry for him. All of what he believed in is gone. It’s just like somebody pulled the rug away under his feet, he totally lost his balance. But at least you’re able to see what he had to go through in his childhood and so one is inevitably touched. Draco was bullied and one understands better why he let out so much of his frustration in Hogwarts. Even if he tries to get away from the bad influence of his parents, he can’t escape the surroundings in which he grew up.— Tom Felton
Jason: So I arrive on set to do scenes with this boy who I expected to be this thoroughly unpleasant little kid, and in fact, he’s a tremendously charming young man - who’s a little heartthrob on the set and is annoying handsome, really. I find it quite flattering that I got cast as his dad. I asked for longer hair so people could tell the difference.
Question: Are you thinking of going to the Yule Ball tonight? [x]
OH MY GOD, WHAT THE FUCK, WHO COULD ANYONE NO MATTER WHAT AGE OR GENDER SAY NO TO HIM?
D: THAT’S UNIMAGINABLE!
HIS FATHER WILL HEAR ABOUT THIS.Source: misomeru
Tom: Yeah, a lot of people have commented on the Voldemort/Draco moment. It was special… It was special. He has a firm grip. It was pretty terrifying. It wasn’t in the script and we did that take about 25 times, he only hugged me once. It was a one-off thing that he just threw at me. I’m standing there going, “What the hell is he doing? Why is he hugging me in this weird fashion!” It’s pretty terrifying stuff - He held it for about ten seconds and I thought, “Is this going to end?” I was baffled and even more baffling was that that was the take they used!
/SPITS OUT DRINK
SO THE AWKWARD WAS REAL! :D
I AM PISSING OMFG.
Oh my gosh this is the best thing I could ever read about that scene. Ever.