On discovering that perhaps he’s not a Death Eater after all
“It was one of the things I was really looking forward to with ‘Deathly Hallows,’ ” he said. “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.”
On filming scenes with Daniel Radcliffe in which the two are actually NOT fighting like cats and dogs
“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 — me saving him and him saving me. For once, we’re not just bickering!”
On the Big Hogwarts Showdown
“That’s a fantastic moment in the courtyard, where it’s kind of like a Western showdown between good and evil, and Draco’s the only character where you have to go from one side to the other,”
Remember, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows will be released on November 19, 2010 and July 15, 2011.