Tom Felton, a Harry Potter star, has explained how he almost had a terrible move from the wizarding business that he had neglected.
Albus Dumbledore, Hogwarts Headmaster at the World Wide Web (Michael Gambon)''s untimely death, is a huge twist.
After reading Draco Malfoy''s sixth book, many fans remembered the horrifying moment. However, for Draco Malfoy''s actor Felton, the book was almost completely unavoidable due to how slowly he was attempting to read the series.
"I attempted to do myself a service by skillfully reading chapter by chapter," he told Metro.
"[But] I remember being called "Large Prince," me taking my time with it and then the phone constantly ringing, with friends trying to tell me, "Do you have any clue what happens to Dumbledore?!"
"[I said] ''No, please dont give it to me!" So I waited for as long as I could, and I finally finally waited for the scripts to come out because there was evident so much from the books that wasn''t capable to be finished in there."
The actor explained how much fun he was being able to see that the final book, Deathly Hallows, was divided into two movies, which is when we discover that Dumbledore had planned his death with Severus Snape (Alan Rickman) the summer before Harry''s sixth year of school began.
"I was thrilled to hear that we were able to make the last chapter into two sections, and it seemed of given us more time to enjoy each character''s final chapter," he said.
Felton played the Slytherin schoolboy from 2001 to 2011, and he recently revealed that he would like to work with Daniel Radcliffe again this time.
"We all talk about doing something again in many different ways," Felton told Digital Spy. "When we do work together again, he''ll be the villain and I''ll be the hero."
Despite the fact that there are currently no official intentions for a collaboration with Radcliffe, the actor has confirmed that. However, we''ll keep the fingers crossed.
Felton is currently working on the theatre production 2:22 A Ghost Story with Mandip Gill, a former Doctor Who actress, who plays his wife. The play will premiere at London''s Criterion Theatre until September 4.