New interview with the trio

Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson recently did an interview with The Telegraph speaking about the end of the movie and book franchise, as well as some other topics. Dan discusses whether or not he's had a normal childhood, saying:

“I don't feel I've missed out on anything. Perhaps I've grown up slightly faster than some other people my age simply because from the age of 11 I've been surrounded by more adults than kids. I've had a working relationship with adults and that does change how you develop and mature. You possibly do grow up slightly faster.

“The other day, somebody said the last Harry Potter film will probably be released in 2010. I don't know how true that is, but if it's the case then that will have been 10 years of my life and that's a huge chunk, so I'll be sad because it will be the end of an era in a way. But I equally imagine it will be quite exciting to be out of that world.”

Also, This Is London reports Dan will gross $50 million for the next two films together.

Don't forget the trio will be on Richard & Judy today. We'll have a video online shortly afterwards. EDIT: Looks like it didn't air. We'll update you with more soon.

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