Daniel Radcliffe believes the first part of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' is ''weird'' and has a ''slower pace'' than the second movie.
Daniel Radcliffe thinks 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1' is "weird".
The 21-year-old actor - who has played the lead character Harry in all six previous instalments of the film - admits the first half of the final movie is unusual and has a "slower pace" than the second movie.
Speaking at Movie-Con, Daniel said: "The first one is a weird road movie kind of thing. Compared to the second part it's slower paced, but that's only relative.
"It's more of an exploration of the relationship between the characters. You see those friendships tested for the first time."
Discussing the second part, Daniel added: "The second one is this non-stop rollercoaster of battles and heists. It starts off as this heist movie and turns into this all-out war."
The final movies in the series - adapted from the novels of J. K. Rowling - has been split into two movies, the first of which will be released in November 2010, followed by a second in July 2011.