After the split section was revealed, Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe now shared some thematic descriptions on the chapters of the seventh installment of Harry Potter franchise - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

Radcliffe: The first part is a very weird road movie kind of thing. The first part is slower paced, but only compared to the second part. There’s more of an exploration of the relationships between the characters, that’s tested for the first times. And you’re not in Hogwarts, which gives it a very different feel from the other movies. It’s a road movie, in a weird way, and it’s how the characters function outside those familiar surroundings. The second part starts as a heist movie and then turns into a war. It’s epic.

Radcliffe went on to say that it was important to have David Yates, the director of the last two Potter movies, The Order of the Phoenix and The Half-Blood Prince, return for The Deathly Hallows to maintain a consistency of style.

Radcliffe: I think whoever directed the sixth had to direct the seventh; you needed to ensure that there wouldn’t be a distraction there, of a change in style. I’m thrilled that David did them all, he’s the loveliest man, so quiet and soft-spoken, but he has an incredible vision for plots. He can see the entire film in front of him. He can come up to me when we’re doing scene 328 and reference something we did in scene 8, and I’ve got no memory for those things.

Radcliffe said that the 18-month shoot was "hard," but that "a film set is the best place in the world" as far as he is concerned. So all we need to do now is wait and see!

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