“Harry Potter”: Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Tom Felton mourn their deceased companions

The special one “Harry Potter: Return to Hogwarts”Continues to give few known details of the filming of the eight films in the saga, however, the most emotional moment came when the members of the cast remembered the actors who ceased to exist.

Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, as well as Tom Felton, broke before the cameras when they remembered the characters of the film series that no longer existed.

The protagonists of the saga were touched by paying tribute to their deceased co-stars, including Helen McCrory, Alan Rickman, Richard Griffiths, among others.

Remembering these stars who ceased to exist, the actor who played Harry Potter tearfully pointed out: “I feel really lucky to have a little contact with the incredible amount of people who have passed away. I will be very old one day and say that I knew that absolute legend “.

During the in memoriam section, the actress who gave life to Hermione Grainger, also broke down when talking about her deceased companions: “Obviously it’s amazing to be back, but so many people we thought would be here for much longer than Helen, Alan and Richard.”He lamented with a broken voice.

In turn, the remembered Ron Weasley, a character played by Rupert Grint, complemented the words of Emma Watson and regretted the departure of this group of actors: “They are like a family, they just left too soon. We cry the same way. Too soon”.

Tom Felton’s tears

The actor who played the villain Draco Malfoy also cried in the special for the 20 years of the first installment of the franchise: “Harry Potter: The Philosopher’s Stone”, this after he paid tribute to his mother in fiction, Helen McCrory.

“She taught me many things. You see? I can’t even say it ”, the young actor pointed out in a broken voice. “She had this ability, yes, she showed a lot of empathy with her eyes. It was a real pleasure working with her “he added.

Other actors like Richard Harris (Albus Dumbledore), Richard Griffiths, who played Vernon Dursley; John Hurt, who was Garrick Ollivander, and Alan Rickman, the always remembered Severus Snape, received a tribute in the special that HBO Max premiered on January 1.


Harry Potter: these are the actors of the saga who have passed away in real life