Daniel Radcliffe speaks out about the new Harry Potter

Daniel Radcliffe speaks out about the new Harry Potter
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The "Potteriana" star has clarified his status on the series Max
Daniel Radcliffe doesn't think it's time for his Harry Potter to return to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. In a recent interview, the British actor discussed the upcoming Max streaming series based on the J.K. Rowling series. When asked if fans should expect to see his version of The Boy Who Survived in the reboot, the actor admitted that the chances of that happening are pretty slim.

"As far as I'm concerned, they're trying to start over, and I'm sure whoever's creating the show will want to leave their mark on it and probably won't want to bother getting old Harry to play a cameo on the show," Daniel Radcliffe said in particular. - So I'm definitely not aspiring to do that by any means."

Nevertheless, the 'Porteriana' star wished the actor taking on the role "all the luck in the world", adding, "I'm very happy to pass the torch and I don't think I need to pass it on physically."

What is known about Max's Harry Potter series?
Information about HBO Max's intention to make a Harry Potter series first emerged in January 2021. The news was officially announced in April 2023 by Warner Bros. Discovery's David Zaslav.

The series description for Max says: "The stories in each of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter books will become a decade-long series created with the same epic skill, love and care for which this global franchise is known. The series, which will gather a new generation of viewers around it, will feature a new cast. The show itself will be filled with fantastic details, beloved characters and locations that Harry Potter fans have loved for over 25 years. Each season will match the original books and introduce new audiences to Harry Potter and his incredible adventures, while the original, classic and much-loved films will remain the foundation of the franchise and will be available for worldwide viewing."