Rupert Grint misses being on the set of -Harry Potter-
The 22-year-old actor - who has played Ron Weasley in the wizard movie franchise since he was 11 - is devastated that `Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2` is the final film in the series because he grew up on the sets in Leavesden Studios in Hertfordshire, South East England.
He explained: "[I`ll miss] the people, the friendships, the memories, and the place - just going to the same place everyday. It became a second home. I remember packing everything up in the last few weeks and finding toys and birthday cards from when I was 13 and 14. I never imagined I`d be here 10 years later talking about the eighth film. It just seems so surreal. It`s been so much fun. I really am truly going to miss it."
Rupert is very close to his Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson - who played Harry Potter and Hermione Granger - and while he hasn`t adjusted to the fact that filming has come to an end, he has vowed to stay in touch with his co-stars because they have formed such a "tight bond".
He told Parade.com: "It`s still quite a strange thing to come to terms with, just the fact that we won`t be coming back next year. It really is the end. I`m not usually sentimental with stuff like that, but it has been a huge part of our lives, and it just feels really sudden that it`s all coming to an end. This feeling of freedom is quite overwhelming.
"Every day, every week, every month, every year, we`ve come together and made these films quite intensely. It is a really intimate process, making a film. You do form this tight bond, especially this being such a unique way of growing up, we`ve all shared that. We`ll always stay in touch."