Daniel Radcliffe used to feel embarrassed about portraying Harry Potter, thinking it wasn't "the coolest thing in the world at the time." The 32-year-old actor made the shocking revelation during an interview with TooFab.

Radcliffe, who was accompanied by Sandra Bullock in the interview to talk about their upcoming action-comedy movie titled, "The Lost City," was asked about a project he wasn't proud of. Interestingly, he mentioned "Harry Potter."

"I think, honestly when I was on Harry Potter and dressed as a schoolboy, it didn't feel like the coolest thing in the world at the time," Radcliffe told the outlet Monday. "It's been, honestly, later that I've looked back and gone, 'That was incredibly cool,' and I do feel that now, for sure."

The actor, who worked on the popular franchise from 2001 to 2011, was only 12 when he began filming the first "Harry Potter" movie, according to Screen Rant.

Bullock answered the same question, noting that she wasn't proud of working on "Speed 2: Cruise Control," which came out in 1997.

"I have one no one came around to and I'm still embarrassed I was in," Bullock said. "It's called 'Speed 2.' I've been very vocal about it. Makes no sense. Slow boat. Slowly going towards an island."

In the movie, Bullock and co-star Keanu Reeves portray characters that take on a mission of slowing down a hijacked cruise ship before it slams into an island.

"That's one I wished I hadn't done and no fans came around, that I know of, except for you," Bullock added. Radcliffe chimed in, saying, "I feel like it had a kind of cult love as well."

"Very quiet. Like 5 people. Him (pointing at the host) and the other four 12-year-olds who were watching the slow boat going towards the tiny island," Bullock jokingly said about fans who liked the film.

During the interview, the stars were also asked if "The Lost City" would break the curse of making sequels in Hollywood, given that it doesn't have any franchise.

In response, Radcliffe said, "You have nothing but success with sequels. One was better than the other. Mine's based on sequels. My career started on sequels." Bullock then praised Radcliffe's sequels for being successful, saying, "They're all brilliant, mine are all stinkers."

"The Lost City," which eyes a mid-$20M opening, as per Deadline, is hitting theaters Friday. Penned by Seth Gordon and helmed by directors Aaron and Adam Nee, the movie also stars Channing Tatum, Brad Pitt, Oscar Nunez, Patti Harrison and Da'Vine Joy Randolph.

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Daniel Radcliffe is pictured in “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.” Warner Bros.