Daniel Radcliffe is unsure about 3-D films.
The 21-year-old star confesses he has little opinion about the final two 'Harry Potter' films being shot with 3-D cameras, but is unsure about the technique as a cinema-goer.
Asked about his views on 3-D movies, Daniel said: "Nothing to do with me. I mean I've seen 3-D films so far and I think it's a long way to go before they replace actors. It's a funny thing with 3-D, I haven't quite got it yet. Yet."
Discussing the filming of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' - which is being split into two parts - Daniel confesses there has been issues because his co-star Emma Watson has been studying at a university in the US.
He said: "I mean it's great. It's been very odd on this film in a way because Emma's not been here for the past bit because she's been studying. So it's been slightly disrupted on this film so it's been peculiar."
The British hunk also believes he, Emma and co-star Rupert Grint will take away a special Friendship from the franchise as they are the only three people who understand what it has been like to work on.
He told Collider.com: "We've got other friends as well, I think it's important to say. We don't just hang around with each other all the time. But yeah, no we get on very, very well and we also have the knowledge that no matter what happens in the rest of our lives, no one will have had this particular experience other than the 3 of us. And I think that is something that will never, never leave us.