Despite having three films at this year's Toronto Film Festival, Daniel Radcliffe is well aware that he may never be able to separate himself from his Harry Potter past.
At the premiere of The F Word, the actor told E! News that he's pleased with having so many projects at the festival.
"It's very exciting because they're all so different," she said. "I hope that people see as many as they can."
But the Brit does realize that it's going to take quite a lot to disassociate himself from child wizard role that made him a household name.
"There's never going to be one film that comes out that officially breaks me away from Harry," he added. "It's a process. But I definitely think that these three films are a part of that."
"You don't make a long-term plan in the film industry because it's very hard to," he admitted.
Radcliffe has taken on the role of a young Allen Ginsberg in Kill Your Darlings, and stars in the horror-fantasy flick Horns.
The 24-year-old actor seems well on his way to making the transition from child star to revered adult actor.
Be sure to tune into E! News tonight at 7 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. to see more from Daniel Radcliffe at this year's Toronto Film Festival