Harry Potter star Tom Felton recalls Alan Rickman’s terse words after he repeatedly stepped on his cloak

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Tom Felton recalls stoking Alan Rickman's famous rage on the sets of the Harry Potter films. Draco Malfoy actor gives an anecdote in a new promotional video

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posted on social media ahead of the release of her upcoming memoir Beyond the Wand: The Magic and Mayhem of Growing Up a Wizard.

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"After all, I was told by Alan Rickman without any uncertain words: 'Don't step on my f***ing cloak'," Felton recalled the late actor, who played Professor Severus Snape in the film saga.

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"[I] laughed, like death eaters and I looked at each other and thought, 'Is he joking?'

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"The next take, the director was very keen for me to walk as close as I could to Allen. [Memes before stepping on Rickman's cloak] we reached about halfway from the Great Hall.

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You have to remember his cloak around his neck – I almost killed that poor man!" Felton said after stepping on his cloak after being warned, Rickman "turned around and gave me a look you'd never want to see".

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Fortunately for him, another unnamed actor stood on his cloak on the next take, "so that such heat faded away from me," Felton said before closing,

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In a previous interview, Felton said it was "awesome" to work with the Die Hard star, but he had a "wicked sense of humor."

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