Daniel Radcliffe has admitted that he 'wept like a child' as filming on Harry Potter came to a close.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 is set to be one of the biggest movie events of the year when it is released later this month.

The film will see Radcliffe play Potter for the final time as the franchise is brought to a close.

And the actor said that it was hard to say goodbye to the character, to the franchise and the people he has worked with for a decade.

Speaking to Larry King on CNN the actor said: "[It was] very, very emotional. I remember I kind of wept like a child on my last day.

"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 ten 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."

Radcliffe will be back on the big screen next year in a new movie project The Woman In Black - an adaptation of the Susan Hill novel.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 is released 15th July.


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