Tom Felton was so emotional at leaving the 'Harry Potter' franchise he had to run off the set of the final movie quickly because he was overwhelmed.
The actor - who plays bad guy Draco Malfoy alongside Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter), Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) and Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) in the movie series - was so overcome with emotions on the set of the film he left quickly because he felt "weird".
He said: "It was very weird. Nobody knew what to say. I kinda shook everyone's hands and said thanks to everyone and ran off before I got too emotional."
Despite his intense feelings about the movie, he is pleased it was decided to split the final J. K. Rowling book into two separate films.
He added to the Washington Post: "It's a brilliant choice. One of the things that we had to do was stay true to the story that was so beautifully told by J.K. Rowling.
"If we had cut out half of the book, it would have caused such an uproar with fans. It really is two separate stories: the build-up and then the battle."