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article imageDaniel Radcliffe nears end of an era with Deathly Hallows Part 1 Special

By Earl Dittman     Apr 17, 2011 in Entertainment
Radcliffe, who has portrayed everyone's favorite cinematic wizard-in-training Harry Potter, for the past decade, talks about making the first half of the final film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 (now on Blu-ray/DVD) and life after Potter.
Over the course of ten years and seven films, Daniel Radcliffe has spent the better part of his life bringing author J.K. Rowling’s literary young wizard-in-training, Harry Potter, to life on the silver screen. It’s transformed the 20-year-old English actor into an international household name and a worldwide sex symbol. “I don’t feel like any sort of sex symbol,“ Radcliffe coyly admits. “When people ask me what it is like being one, I just tell them I have no idea because I don’t feel like a sex symbol, 'That's somebody else.' I just feel embarrassed.” While sacrificing his privacy and being called a hunk have been the only real downside to starring in the Harry Potter films, the real upside has been the acting opportunities his popularity has created for him. From his successful, critically-acclaimed runs on Broadway and London’s West End in the controversial play Equus (in which he appeared nude onstage) to his guest spot on The Simpsons, Daniel Radcliffe, for all intents and purposes, has the rare opportunity to pick the projects he finds desirable. “I have been given a gift,” he says of his ability to pick and chose roles. “And, I have Harry Potter to thank for that. So, I’m not going to waste that chance, because not everybody gets it.”
Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
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With the final installment of the Harry Potter saga, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, having been split into two films -- last year’s Part 1 and this summer’s Part 2 -- Radcliffe’s days as Potter are quickly coming to a close and his emotions about it are definitely mixed. “We still have at least the rest of the year with the last film, especially with all the publicity and appearances, so it's not like we are saying goodbye tomorrow or anything," says the London-born Radcliffe of the time left with costars Emma Watson and Rupert Grint. “But I can definitely feel that my time as Harry Potter is coming to a close. I’m really sad about it, but I’m happy at the same time. I’m anxious to see what the future has in store for me.”
With Part 2 hitting theaters in July, last year’s Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 is making its debut on Blu-ray and DVD. In Part 1, best friends Harry, Ron and Hermione head out on a perilous mission to find and do away with the secret to Voldemort’s destructive immortality -- the Horcruxes. With no one to help them, the three friends must depend solely on each other to survive their mission. Even as emotionally close as the three wizards are, though, their combined friendship is in peril as the Dark Forces try to separate them forever. As they are fighting a deadly battle, the wizarding world has now become a very dangerous place as the much-dreaded war has started. The Dark Lord has not only taken control over the Ministry of Magic but also the Hogwarts -- terrorizing and arresting all who appear to be against him. As the Death Eaters are sent out to find Harry and bring him to Voldemort, The Chosen One has now become the hunted one.
Daniel Radcliffe  Emma Watson and Rupert Grint in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
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Are you able to go and look back at the old Harry Potter films and watch yourself acting?
"I haven’t watched any of the films after they’re done. I think it would be an entirely disruptive experience for me if was actually to watch that. It’s far too close. I remember we were having a conversation on the fourth film. I remember I said something like, 'I saw a clip from the first film the other day. God, I can’t believe how bad I am in it." Or whatever. I said something to the effect of, 'Why did they cast me?' The only reason I remember it was on the fourth film that we had this conversation was because Mike Newell’s massive booming voice on the other side of the set came back, 'Because you’re absolutely bloody charming!' In answer to your original question, no, I have not watched any of them."
Are you happy with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows?
"I couldn’t have been happier because I was am so excited about it being the seventh film. I don't know if anybody else had the same experience as me, but recently seeing the sixth film again, I started to realize we’re doing something very, very different. We’re not at Hogwarts, so it’s a different dynamic."
Daniel Radcliffe in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
Daniel Radcliffe in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
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Looking back over the past decade of Harry Potter movies, how have you been able to deal with the incredible journey you’ve been on? Not only with yourself, but also with the people you’ve worked with over seven films and with all the moviegoers who have become such loyal followers?
"I feel sort of obliged to come out with something sort of profound and philosophical. (laughs) I think I’ve got a work ethic. Which a lot of us have, as well. We love our jobs and we don’t take anything for granted. There’s nowhere I would rather be. Over the last 10 years, it’s been some of the most surreal, bizarre moments of my life, but in a lovely way. There’s certainly nothing I would have swapped it for. And, I think in terms of all the media attention that you get and all that stuff, I think the one thing you have to be careful of is that you don’t have…that fame does not become a part of your identity. You have to find out who you are aside from what the media say you are. If you’ve become reliant on them for kind of a sense of self, then you’re really screwed. So yeah, I mean, I think we’ve all done quite well in terms of not believing the hype about ourselves and just sort of getting on with our jobs and appreciating that we’re very lucky to be there."
What are the main differences between Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Parts 1 & 2, and what do you think fans are going to take away the differences?
"A lot of people have been coming up to me and saying, ‘Oh, Part 1 is a real action movie, isn’t it? There’s so much action in it.’ I’m thinking, ‘Jesus, you’ve -- no! This is like the sedate younger brother to the last part.’ In the last part you will be flung headfirst, 200 miles an hour, into a firestorm. The level of action is insanity. It’s nonstop. I’ve been categorizing these two films: first, it’s a rogue movie that turns into a heist movie that turns into a war film. And the heist part being when we break into Gringotts and all of that stuff. But then right in the end, the battles in Hogwarts is just incredible, and it really is epic. And I think people are going to be left slightly breathless by it."
Daniel Radcliffe  Emma Watson and Rupert Grint in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
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How would you characterize your relationship with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows director David Yates versus the other Potter directors?
"I have nothing but great things to say about David. We get closer every year. We get on very, very well off set. We have a very, very good relationship, not only professionally but personally as well. I think as we go on in the films, we become more in tune with each other to the point that he could say ‘Cut’ and I will immediately know, without having to see or hear him, know whether what I’ve just done is what he wanted. Some people don’t know what he’s looking for in their performance but I think I do. He’s always very honest with me, saying to me, ‘You can do better than that.’ And that’s a wonderful thing to have, that trusting relationship with a director. I think also the thing with David is that even if he was shouting, you wouldn’t really be able to tell. He’s a very, very softly spoken man so his manner is wonderful on set. You would never pick him out as the director, nothing about him screams ‘I am the creative eyes of this movie!’ He’s a very quiet and gentle man. What he had in a good way as a director which is brilliant is that he has the ability to be able to see the entire storyline in his head in one frame almost and be able to encapsulate it all in his mind at any given moment. So he can pick out moments from the end of the fifth film and find a relevance with them at the beginning of the seventh. He will find things, link moments constantly in the story. He’s just got a fantastic vision of the films from day one."
You started doing the Harry Potter films when you were 11. Did you always know that all the young girls were screaming at you because you played the young wizard and not just because you were Daniel Radcliffe?
“I think when I was 11, I pretty much understood. I think I’ve always had that sort of realized. Unless you have some mad ego, you kind of realize very early on that, ‘This is all a bit weird and a bit crazy that people are shouting at me.’ I know me, and I know that I’m not somebody that particularly merits a lot of screaming and shouting. And there’s nothing special about me as opposed to hundreds of thousands of other people everywhere. So the fact that people are screaming and shouting at me must be…you know, the logical conclusion of that is that it must be because it’s such a huge franchise.”
Daniel Radcliffe in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
Daniel Radcliffe in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
Warner Bros.
You’ve acted all throughout your teenage years, and you show no signs of slowing down. But, while making any of the Harry Potter films, was there a particular moment where you thought to yourself, "I want to do this for the rest of my life?"
"Yeah, it was on the third film (Prisoner of Azkaban), probably. I think it was a combination of things -- working with Gary Oldman and also the direction I was given from Alfonso Cuaron -- that just sort of gave me more confidence or a greater insight into what it was to be an actor. It was definitely around that time, working with Gary, and also, the confidence that Gary gave me, because he was really supportive and really great to work with. I thought, ‘I want to work with more people like you. I don’t want to walk away from this. I don’t want this suddenly to end and suddenly for me not to be in this industry.’ The other thing is that I absolutely love -- and this is not something I had then so much, but now particularly -- I love being on film sets. There’s an incredible comfort level that I have on film sets because it’s where I’ve grown up. I know where I am on a film set. I know what to do. I know what everybody’s doing. There is nothing that will happen on a film set that I won’t have experienced in some form before. So there are very few situations that arise that I do not know how to react to. And that level of comfort is quite confidence inspiring, so that it makes you want to stay around longer, I suppose."
Has there ever been one question that you wished someone had asked you during all these years of doing interviews? I mean, you are often asked the most intimate questions...
“The one thing that doesn’t come up very often is...I think people often come into an interview, particularly with certain particular media outlets, that want a slightly negative spin on it. Or even if it’s not that they want a negative spin, they have an idea that Potter will have been like shackles today and kind of that I won’t have been… Very few people ask about, ‘Wow, isn’t this an amazing opportunity for a young actor?’ There are very few young actors that can get a chance at the age, you know, like when I was 17 -- very few 17 year olds get a chance to play Alan Strang in Equus on the West End. That doesn’t happen unless you’ve got something behind you which is kind of quite a big deal. So, Potter, for me, is something that’s been giving me these amazing opportunities to start a career and learn while I’m doing, which is the best way to learn. I suppose people very rarely ask me about that.”
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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 Blu-ray/DVD Bonus Features: Prepare For Final Battle as Cast and Crew Lead an Interactive Journey to Ready You for the Monumental Last Stand Against Ultimate Evil - All as You Watch the Movie; "The Seven Harrys" featurette: See How Daniel Radcliffe Re-created the Personalities of the Multiple Harrys in the Privet Drive Scene; "On the Green with Rupert, Tom, Oliver, and James:" Join Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley), Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy), James Phelps (Fred Weasley), and Oliver Phelps (George Weasley) for a Round of Golf and a Glimpse into Their 10-Year Friendship; Dan, Rupert and Emma's Running Competition; Additional Scenes; Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1: Behind the Soundtrack; The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Promotional Trailer; Maximum Movie Mode; BD-Live Enabled; Exclusive Sneak Peek of a scene from the upcoming Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 and a Digital Copy. (Available April 15) For more on this Blu-Ray Combo Pack, DVD, On Demand and Download visit http://bit.ly/eCcWsS You can also see more on Harry Potter: The Quest at www.HarryPotterTheQuest.com and Blu-Ray Sizzle at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZImrwyjEilk&feature=channel_video_title and Harry Potter: The Quest Emma Intro: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Zj10gTvRdQ
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