Harry Potter Cast Hit New York!
Plus, find out which cast member is planning to be a rapper here...
The cast of Harry Potter have said their final farewells to the hit wizard flick, hitting the red carpet for the Emma Watson - who wowed crowds in a Bottega Veneta bronze dress - were joined by fellow cast members Tom Felton and Alan Rickman for the event, marking the end of the Potter franchise.
After shedding a few tears at the London premiere, Watson just about held it together in the Big Apple, telling press: "A part of me is very sad and emotional. It's been a tricky juggling act to do my job and be professional but it's very emotional."
Radcliffe also told journalists that he will miss his two co-stars, explaining: "We have a sibling relationship. No one knows what it's been like to go through this mad journey but us."
While Harry Potter may be hanging up his wand for good, Radcliffe has revealed that he hates using public transport because "it can go a bit nuts" when he gets recognised.
Speaking to the Radio Times, Daniel confessed: "I don't take the Tube, because it can go a bit nuts, and if it goes nuts in a small space that can be a bit weird - so I don't know how to use an Oyster card."
He added: "In Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix there's a shot of me and Mark Williams going through the gates at a Tube station and I try to put my Oyster card through the machine like it's a ticket, rather than swiping it."
Radcliffe's co-star Tom Felton is also said to be planning a career as a rapper after bagging a record deal with an independent label.
Felton, who plays villain Draco Malfoy in the Potter films, told The Sun: "I was thinking of doing some N-Dubz-style stuff. I am looking to get into the grime rap UK scene. I'm going to change my image - backward caps, the lot."
Referring to N-Dubz star Dappy as his inspiration, Felton added: "It's still under wraps so I can't really talk about it."
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 is in cinemas now
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