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Leaked Images from ‘Harry Potter’ Epilogue

If you haven’t read Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, then I strongly advise you not to read the rest of this post since it will spoil the ending of the book and, subsequently, the ending of the upcoming two-part movie. Everyone else familiar with what happens in those final pages can continue on …

Remember, spoilers ahead …
The big what-to-do regarding the final Harry Potter film questioned how they would age up their actors in order to re-create the final book’s epilogue, which caught up with Harry and friends several years later after he’s already had two sons of his own. At first folks thought they would use computers to do the job, though recently leaked photos suggest the opposite.
Yup, as you can see below the filmmakers went the natural route, and simply used make-up in order to turn Daniel Radcliffe into a boring-looking middle-aged man who should be wearing a t-shirt that reads, “I was a kick-ass boy wizard and all I got was this lousy receding hairline!” You have to admit it’s a little strange to see an older version of Harry Potter, but at least they’re staying true to the books, right? Those also interested in catching a quick glimpse of Ron Weasley and Draco Malfoy as older men can scope out the fan video below.




Do you like the way Radcliffe looks? Is that how you pictured Harry after finishing Deathly Hallows? Sound off below …
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