The first batch of Hogwarts acceptance letters the graphics team hand wrote for the movie turned out to be too heavy for the owls to carry, which meant that they had to individually hand write thousands of them all over again! The producers tried to give Daniel Radcliffe green eyes and Hermione buck teeth like in the books, but failed. While it was described as bubble gum pink in the books, it was made purple in the movie because the filmmakers felt pink should only be associated with Umbridge. Daniel Radcliffe counted over 90 takes just for that single shot. Voldemort awkwardly hugging Draco was not scripted, but improvised by Ralph Fiennes.Sadly, Daniel had a terrible allergic reaction to his green contact lenses and had to stop wearing them, while Emma Watson couldn't speak clearly wearing her false buck teeth. Tom Felton's shocked response of stopping in his tracks was totally authentic.32.Daniel Radcliffe went through 160 pairs of prop glasses by the end of filming the series.Which is oddly fitting since he probs would have gone through that many in the books too had it not been for the Reparo charm.With Watson’s enjoyed, it’s fascinating to consider just how different Watson and Radcliffe’s approaches have been to forging a career after Potter — and how those approaches essentially represent the two different avenues available to actors post-franchise.
Later, Harry doffs his clothes and dives into a freezing pond to fetch the Horcrux. "I'm just continually stripping in this film," Radcliffe laughed. "I've known Emma since she was literally 9 years old," he told magazine, "and we had this very brother-sister relationship. I have a memory of her face getting closer and closer.Like, ' Oh my God.' I can't really remember anything apart from that."He added that he "never looks back at that scene" and that "one take was enough.It was Emma's teacher who convinced her to audition, and she ended up being the last girl that day. They shot in a real house in a community called Picket Post Close. She later made this public information while promoting the final book in the series.29.But they ended up having to build identical model houses because they didn't have access to the house for reshoots. Every letter to Harry were actually hand written — TWICE. Filming the "Seven Harrys" scene was insanely complex.