The 29-year-old Actor Daniel Radcliffe while referring to the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child play said, “I’m sure there will be some other version of it. I know I’m not the last Harry Potter I’m going to see in my lifetime, we’ve already got a few more.”
He also shared “he is certain someone else will play his role in the future.” Flowing with the wind, Daniel feels that even if he may not continue playing the titular role based on Rowling’s books, somebody else surely will.
Daniel Radcliffe also said he’s intrigued to see how long the existing films go without a reboot. “It feels like there’s a sacredness around them at the moment, but that’ll go; the shine will wear off at some point,” he said, laughing. “It’ll be interesting if they reboot them and just do the films again or do a series. I fascinate to watch. Interesting to know that Daniel Radcliffe made his debut with the Tailor Of Panama. But he rose to fame with the mega series of Harry Potter.
Daniel Radcliffe on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
And surprisingly not only one or two, the actor has starred as a lead actor in all the eight films culminating with the final 2011 release film in the series, 2 part of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. With the success of the Harry Potter series he went onto become the highest paid actor and received immense love and recognition during his tenure as Harry Potter. While working for Harry Potter movies, Daniel Radcliffe will appear in films such as Swiss Army Man and Jungle.
But while he continues to book work long after his wand-waving days, the actor is well aware that some directors may be hesitant to cast him because of his links to the Potter franchise. Daniel Radcliffe explains “Any project that the script is good for, I would be into. The actor also added
I can completely understand why some directors would be hesitant about putting me into a franchise because I have a lot of baggage from another franchise, so I can see why that would make people not want to do that necessarily. But I would be very happy to.