The "Harry Potter" star didn't have it in him to continue.
The 29-year-old actor says he had difficulty trying to feel "delighted all the time."
Director Mike Mitchell reveals some magical "Lego Movie 2" cameos and one unfortunate cut.
The British actor won't even go in disguise.
"The Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon educated Radcliffe on the memes, and the former boy wizard couldn't get enough.
As the actor filmed a scene for an upcoming movie, all Twitter could see was Harry Potter.
The former "Harry Potter" star talks producing "Circus Kid" and having "the balls" to play The Boy Who Lived.
There may be a reason they were such turds.
And it has nothing to do with "Harry Potter."
The actor learned a thing or two from his alter ego.
Test your knowledge of the "Harry Potter" universe with these little-known facts about the books and films.
If Radcliffe is trying to distance himself from "Harry Potter," he can kiss that idea goodbye.
You don't need to play Quidditch to know he's a keeper.