Felton: There will be Potter tears
The cast of Harry Potter are bracing themselves for an emotional summer, according to actor Tom Felton.
"It's kind of bitter sweet in the team camp," the 24-year-old, who plays Draco Malfoy in the blockbuster franchise, revealed after picking up Best Villain for the second year running at the MTV Movie Awards in LA.
The release of the final eighth Potter movie marks the end of an era for its stars, including Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint, who will finally go their separate ways after working together for over decade.
"We'll all cry our hearts out when it's finished because we'll never get to go back and do it again," Tom admitted.
But the young star insists fans will get more than their money's worth from the final chapter.
He revealed: "I think the last seven films have really been building up to this one and it's certainly no more child's play, it's far more serious and pretty ruthless, so I'm excited to see it."
Tom confessed he's looking forward to catching up with his Potter cast mates for the last epic promo tour.
"We've all been doing our own thing, running around all over the world, so I'm excited to see everyone again," he said.