Performer Daniel Radcliffe said that he won't rule out playing Harry Potter again yet thinks coming back to the wizarding arrangement would be "interesting".
It was as of late reported that Daniel was being looked at to repeat his most prominent on-screen persona in the film adjustment of West End play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
The 27-year-old performing artist said that he would love to return to the part yet he is "cheerful and" sufficiently secure for another person to depict the character, particularly if Harry Potter and the Cursed Child which delineates his supernatural adjust sense of self as a 40-year-old wedded father, gets transformed into a film, as per The Hollywood Reporter.
"I'm never going to close the entryway; that would be an imbecilic thing to do. However, I think I'll be sufficiently upbeat and sufficiently secure to let another person play it," he said.
"Right now it's not even a worry since I'm excessively youthful, making it impossible to play the character, however even in 10 years' chance I would in any case feel peculiar about doing a reversal to it," he included.
The British star kidded he stressed in the event that he made an arrival, it would be met with feedback and "sharp" the first film arrangement.
"There's a piece of me that resemble, a few things are better left untouched. In the event that we backtracked to Potter, there's a chance we'd make what Star Wars: The Force Awakens was to the first Star Wars, but at the same time there's the chance that we'd make Phantom Menace. So I would prefer not to do a reversal to anything like that and possibly harsh what individuals have officially adored," he said.
Daniel demanded he has no clue about any of the points of interest of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, creator JK Rowling's twist off story, set in the same wizarding universe as Harry Potter, yet doesn't think lead on-screen character Eddie Redmayne will come to him for any tips.
"He's an Oscar victor, fella, he needn't bother with my recommendation," the performing artist kidded.