With Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2 set to hit theaters on July 15, Daniel Radcliffe is reflecting on what he'll miss most about playing the Boy Wizard — and a couple things he definitely will not.
"You know if I were to sit here saying, 'Oh I really miss doing the broomstick scenes,' then I'd be surprised. But I don't miss that," Radcliffe tells Hollywood 411's Marc Istook in an interview to air on Sunday. "I miss all the things I expected to miss. I miss the crew, and I miss the cast, and I miss getting to work with some of my best friends every day. And there are equally things like Quidditch, that I will never miss."
Radcliffe is currently starring in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying on Broadway, but he has already given some thought to what he'd like to next. "The one thing that I would love to do ultimately is direct," he says. "Maybe in the next ten years, I'll try to do that and that will be a hell of a challenge."
Also in Sunday's episode: Jennifer Aniston discusses being a Horrible Boss. Plus, get the latest on Charlie Sheen's possible new TV show, and America Ferrera's surprise wedding.