Daniel Radcliffe has done his ''share of crying'' about the demise of the 'Harry Potter' movies, but more because of the storyline than his own ''sense of nostalgia''.
The British actor - who has portrayed the boy wizard in the adaptations of J.K. Rowling's novels for the last decade - admits he isn't particularly sad about leaving the movie franchise, but found the last film poignant just because of the story.
He said: "What I was impressed by was that it wasn't a sense of nostalgia and emotion caused by my own personal relationship with the films, I was a wreck because of the film itself.
"You've got to have a heart of stone to not find part of it - especially Alan Rickman's performance - heartbreaking, so yeah, I've done my fair share of crying already."
He told MTV News: "It doesn't have to be a law of diminishing returns after the first film comes out.
"Providing a script is good enough. I would absolutely do another franchise, but it's not something I'm looking for in the next couple of years, certainly."