Rupert Grint has admitted that the ending of the Harry Potter series left him feeling "lost."
Grint, who has played Ron Weasley since the franchise started with 2001's Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, also said that he didn't know what to do with himself when shooting on the final movie, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, wrapped.
Speaking at the UK press conference for the film, Grint said: "After we finished a year ago, I have felt a little bit lost without it, not really knowing what to do with myself.
"It's been such a constant part of my life and to suddenly have that come down to this one film it is quite sad. I really, genuinely am going to miss it and miss everyone."
Co-star Emma Watson was keen to say that she was ready to move on, saying: "Dan, Rupert and I have all moved on to other projects and we've been working really hard on what's next for us. We've learnt so much in the making of these films and I think we're all just excited to put it into practice."
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 is released on July 15.
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