Daniel Radcliffe's Hallows Shake-up
Daniel Radcliffe believes 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' will be a surprise to people.
Daniel Radcliffe thinks the upcoming 'Harry Potter' movie will "shake some people up".
The 21-year-old actor - who recently finished filming the final two movies of the wizard film franchise - admits he believes scenes where his titular character finds himself close to death after being beaten up by his arch-nemesis Voldemort will be difficult for some fans to watch.
He explained: "Voldemort does absolutely kick six bells out of me, and that's what makes it effective, the fact that Harry's a kid having the c**p beaten out of him. If it's Voldemort killing an adult - well, he does that loads in the films.
"To see him brutalising and desperately trying to kill a 17-year-old boy is hopefully going to shake some people up."
Despite Harry's struggles to fight for his life, Daniel doesn't believe his alter-ego has entirely grown up.
He explained to Empire magazine: "Someone said to me the other day, 'Is there one point where Harry becomes a man?' and the thing is, I don't think he does in this film, because the point is he's still 17."