Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson feel nostalgic as they are down to the last two weeks of shooting the final Harry Potter film. Radcliffe, 20, said at the National Movie Awards in London, “I will be devastated (when it’s over). There is nothing I watch without it triggering a series of memories. Everything (about the films) is so linked to my life. At the same time, it is exciting. It is the end.” Producer David Herman said, “We will finish in two weeks’ time. It is a very strange feeling. We have been 10 years together.”
The Harry Potter series that started their careers began ten years ago and the last scenes of the second installment of the final film, Deathly Hallows, are being shot in London this week. “I feel like someone’s dying, I know that sounds like an exaggeration but I really do,” said Watson who plays Hemoine Granger in the Harry Potter series. “I’m not planning to do anything this summer – I’m going to need time to collect myself and get myself back together a bit. So I’ll take a bit of a break.” She added “This kind of love and recognition is just incredible. It is also really emotional for me. I am proud.”
Deathly Hallows is split into two movies where the first half will be shown this November and the second in July 2011.