Daniel Radcliffe thought he'd be able to hold it together on his final day of filming, but things didn't go as smoothly as he hoped.
"I didn't expect myself to get particularly emotional, but I really did, as I'm sure you'll see on the DVD extras because we were filmed weeping like children," the boy who played Harry Potter for eight movies explains.
How did those final moments go down?
"[Producers David Heyman and David Barron] came up and said, 'How are you feeling? How are you doing?' And I couldn't find any words, and I just said, 'I just want you to know, I've had a really nice time.' And it was such a young, quite innocent, sweet thing to say, that I kind of caught myself off guard. That was the moment when I suddenly had a lump in my throat and was like, 'OK, I'm really going to have to struggle to keep it together on the last shot.'"
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