According to the latest Hollywood news, DANIEL RADCLIFFE admits he “wept like a child” on their last day of filming the second part of ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.’ We’re pretty sure Potter fans all over the world would be weeping after they see the movie—knowing that it’s going to be the last—as well.
Daniel appeared on CNN for their Potter special and told Larry King:
“I’ve had such an amazing time on Potter… and it’s been such an extraordinary experience to work with. It’s actually the same group of people for 10 years. You develop such close bonds with so many people it feels odd that, although those bonds will still exist in the future, it feels very strange to not be going back to work with them next year.”
The British actor admitted:
“[It was] very, very emotional. I remember I kind of wept like a child on my last day.”
“I think that would be a bit odd… I’d be very skeptical about that. First of all, I don’t think that [Rowling] will [write another Potter installment] and second of all, oh, I don’t know, the idea of going back to something after 10 or 20 years?”
Are you sad about the end of the ‘Harry Potter’ films, too?
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