“Harry Potter” Star Daniel Radcliffe Recalls “Crazy” Premiere of “The Deathly Hallows Part 2”

the Harry potter film series made Daniel Radcliffe a big movie star in the early 2000s. And after working in the franchise for a decade, he recalled the “crazy” moments surrounding the finale’s premiere, Deathly Hallows Part 2.

LR Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint at the “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2” premiere | Dave M. Benett / Getty Images

As Harry Potter, Daniel Radcliffe was part of one of the most successful film franchises of all time.

Radcliffe started his career at the age of 10, appearing on the BBC David Copperfield. Two years later, in 2001, he took on the role of the boy wizard in Harry potter and the sorcerer’s stone.

Radcliffe was the face of the franchise for the next decade. He starred in eight Harry potter cinema. His last screen appearance as Harry Potter dates back to 2011, in The the deathly hallows part 2.

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Just before the end of the final Harry potter film, Radcliffe assumed the lead role of J. Pierrepont Finch in the Broadway production in 2011 How to be successful in business without really trying. He has continued to work on several popular projects since including Now you see me 2 and Escape from Pretoria.

Daniel Radcliffe recalls the premiere of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2”

the Harry potter The film series, based on the novels by JK Rowling, has grown into one of the most successful film franchises in the world. And the time Deathly Hallows Part 2 came out, Radcliffe was one of the most recognized movie stars.

Speaking to Collider, the actor recalled his busy schedule before the film’s premiere, traveling from New York to London. “I remember a lot of things, obviously,” Radcliffe said. “The release of that movie was crazy because I was doing a Broadway musical at the time, so they flew me back. They closed the theater for a few nights and flew me back and got the last premiere in London.

Radcliffe recalled how massive the crowd at the premiere was. And he noted that it felt like a bittersweet ending to his ten-year role as The Boy Who Lived.

“It was just more people than I’ve ever seen anywhere else in my life or will ever see outside of sports arenas,” he explained. “So that was crazy and cool, and I think the last movie, too, was filled with a kind of, ‘Oh, is this the end? Sort of feeling. But even that only got real at the end, so it was weird and lovely, and I have tons of amazingly good memories from that last movie.

He currently stars in ‘Miracle Workers’ on TBS

Radcliffe currently appears in the TBS comedy Miracle workers, facing Steve Buscemi. The anthology series is based on the writings of comedian Simon Rich.

In the third season, Oregon Trail, Radcliffe plays a preacher trying to get his people across the Oregon Trail in 1844. “The original pitch… started out in the darkest way possible for an Oregon Trail thing to begin,” Radcliffe told Collider.

“And we’re finally getting to this point in the season, but it was great to be able to have the show that we have – which is light, fun, and sweet – but also to go to some incredibly dark places, so it was very. , very exciting.

Season 3 of Miracle workers premieres July 13 on TBS.

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