Daniel Radcliffe doesn’t seem too worried about whether his “Harry Potter” era is coming to an end.
After the recent anchor Max announced that a series is in development Based on the popular fantasy novel, fans immediately began speculating that some of the main cast members from the original live-action film might return to Hogwarts.
in a new interview comic bookAfterwards, Radcliffe clarified rumors about whether he planned to set foot at his fictional alma mater again.
“My understanding is that they’re trying to start over, and I’m sure whoever makes them is going to want to put their stamp on it, and probably doesn’t want to figure out how to get old Harry to comeo. This place,” the actor said.
While Radcliffe confirmed he won’t be waving a wand as The Boy Who Lived anytime soon, the 33-year-old has voiced his support for the new adaptation.
“I’m definitely not seeking it in any way. But obviously, I do wish them all the best and I’m happy to be passing the torch. But I don’t think I need to pass it myself,” he added.
Radcliffe played the self-sacrificing hero Harry Potter in the beloved franchise, last appearing in 2011’s Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two”.
Back in April, the Warner Bros. Discovery Channel first announced plans to create a decade long series The adaptation of JK Rowling’s seven fantasy novels about the young spellcasting wizard drew mixed reactions from Twitter users.
While specific plot details of the show are being kept under wraps, HBO and Max Content CEO Casey Bloys confirmed in a statement in May that Press release The show “will delve into every iconic book fans have loved over the years.”
An all-new cast will also be reimagined to star in the characters once played by Radcliffe, Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) and Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley). iconic role.
The anchor promised that the show would be a “faithful adaptation” of the wildly successful books, with Rowling acting as executive producer for the series.
Rowling’s involvement in the series sparked a wave of backlash, with fans accusing the anchor of collaborating with writers who followed her controversial tweet About the transgender community.
A release date for the Harry Potter TV series has yet to be announced.