This moving scene from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone could have gone very wrong!
The wizarding world has not finished revealing all its secrets to us! While a few weeks ago, Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) revealed the presence of a surprising cameo in the saga Harry potter, today, it’s another scene that is talking about her. This is the moving sequence where young Harry comes to greet Hagrid in the last seconds from Harry Potter to the sorcerer’s stone. A tearful and rather touching farewell that hides an astonishing fun fact as revealed by David Heyman to the magazine Empire. Indeed, according to the producer of the film, this scene (the first of the saga to have been filmed) almost turned into a nightmare. The reason ? Daniel radcliffe had an impressive allergic reaction to her contact lenses shortly before filming began, leaving her eyes red and swollen with pain. Fortunately, this incident was quickly brought under control which ultimately caused no noticeable damage.
“I will never forget that first day of filming on set, as we filmed the last scene in the School of Wizards where Hagrid and Harry bid each other farewell at Hogsmeade Station. Daniel Radcliffe wore contact lenses to make his eyes green and he had an allergic reaction to them. Her eyes were red and swollen and we had to remove them. We figured we could add this green digitally, although we ultimately decided against it because it felt contrived. But Daniel Radcliffe’s eyes were swollen and red, and oddly enough, it was quite appropriate for the scene where he was saying goodbye to Hagrid.“ he confided. Indeed, in his misfortune the star was still lucky since his physical symptoms allowed him to easily accentuate the expression of his sadness. In short, an evil for a good, unlike these scenes ofHarry potter that the actors had a hard time shooting.