The Edmonton Sun recently chatted with Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, and producer David Heyman on the Leavesden set of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. They were asked about the next two installments of the franchise.

Daniel Radcliffe stated, "We've got a long haul ahead of us! Everyone's 'not' delighted to be on this! I think the script's great and I think it's going to be a really great film. But I'm just one of those people that, in what I'm doing, I always lean toward the dark side and I really enjoy doing the dark stuff. I know Emma and Rupert really, really like the lighter stories and all that. And Rupert particularly is really going to have a field day on this, because he's got fantastic comic timing and he'll be able to use all of that to great effect on this film with his relationship with Lavender Brown. (But) I'm actually going to miss doing all the morbid stuff, I think. That's the one last hurrah, that film. That's going to be great. I really am very, very excited about the whole thing. It's going to be epic, I hope."

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Watson told the Sun, "I think Hermione has a massive part to play in Harry's success. She teaches him that the only way of defeating Voldemort is through trusting his friends and having his friends (at his side). Cutting himself off from them makes him vulnerable because he has more to lose but less (vulnerable) because he has more to fight for and they can help him through it."

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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince opens November 21st, 2008. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows opens in 2009.