In spite of Harry Potter cinematic universe continues live on, Daniel Radcliffe no desire to return to the franchise yet. In a joint interview with Lost City costar Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum because the New York TimesRadcliffe made it clear that he was pleased to keep his distance from the wizarding world at the moment, telling Times starred in a Cursed Child Adaptation is not something I really want to do right now.
Radcliffe’s comments come after Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone manager Chris Columbus told The Hollywood Reporter that he wants to come back Potter world to direct a Broadway adaptation Harry Potter and Cursed child.
“A version of Cursed Child with Dan, Rupert and Emma at the right age, that’s cinematic bliss,” said Columbus, expressing his desire to reunite the Radcliffe film’s central trilogy, Rupert Grintand Emma Watson for a future film adaptation. “If you’re a movie buff or a movie geek, it’s like what JJ [Abrams] did with Star Wars. Star Wars really started off great again when JJ made the movie and we had all the original cast back. No question if you are a Star Wars fans, you were moved when you saw them on screen. See Harrison Ford as Han Solo again, and Chewy. It’s very touching. ”
Columbus drew a parallel between Ford returning to Star Wars and Radcliffe and the company one day returning to Harry Potter. “I think it’s going to be the same situation for Harry Potter fans,” said Columbus. Oh, yes. It would be interesting to make that movie – or two.”
While Columbus was gung-ho about the idea, Radcliffe didn’t want his broom handle back, despite being on HBO Max’s Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Back to Hogwarts special flashback this early year. “This is not the answer anyone wanted, but I think I was able to go back and enjoy it because it was no longer a part of my day-to-day life,” says Radcliffe. . . “I’m getting to a point where I feel like I’ve made it through Potter OK and I’m really happy where I am, and coming back would be a big change in my life. “
While Radcliffe has no intention of fixing the ray scar anytime soon, he doesn’t rule it out entirely. To explain his reasoning, he also quoted Star Wars. “I would never say never,” he said Times. “The Star Wars who had like 30, 40 years before they came back. For me, it’s only 10 years old. That’s not what I really want to do right now. “So Potter fans, it looks like you’ll have to wait another 20 to 30 years before you see Radcliffe cast another spell.
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