This weekend, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows : Part I will finally hit theaters. The film’s stars have been on a whirlwind promotional tour, and during it they met up with MTV’s Josh Horowitz to play a game on “American Talk.” It’s a segment where he interviewed the cast and got them to say various phrases using an American accent. Who do you think does the best Yankee impression? Find out below…
Horowitz interviewed Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, and Tom Felton and got them to put their acting talents to the test. Most of the film’s we’ve seen them in outside of Potter allows them to use their native British accents, but in this video they don’t have such comforts. They have to read whatever is on the card handed to them including “The Olive Garden,” “Glenn Beck,” and wait for it… “Twilight Sucks!”
Out of this group it seemed as if Felton was the most comfortable with the American. Did you notice how much enthusiasm he had in his voice? Most importantly, did you notice how easily the words “Twilight Sucks” rolled off his tongue? We can’t fault him for feeling the way he does about that.
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Movie Review
- Interview with Director David Yates
- Harry Potter Teaser Trailer
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Trailer
- Harry Potter Character Portraits
- Harry Potter Posters – The Hunt Begins
- Harry Potter Featurette
What do you think about the Potter kids and their American accents? Who passed and who failed?