"Everyone was really devastated. It was really, really sad," Radcliffe told the Associated Press Sunday after ending filming on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, which will be released in two parts. "We're crying quite a lot."
With a decade of playing the boy wizard under his belt, Radcliffe says the role has been life-changing. "Everything [about the films] is so linked to my life," he said at the National Movie Awards in London as shooting was coming to a close. "At the same time, it is exciting. It is the end."
So what's next for the British wizard? Radcliffe is staying in the states as he makes his way back to Broadway. He presented at Sunday night's 64th Annual Tony Awards alongside Katie Holmes. "Now having been on Broadway, I feel slightly more entitled to be here tonight, I suppose," he said.
Radcliffe will perform on Broadway again next spring in a revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. He made his nude Broadway debut in 2008's "Equus."