Daniel Radcliffe doesn’t think it’s time his Harry Potter returned to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
In an interview with ComicBook.com, the actor spoke about it Harry Potter The series comes to Max, who is set to bring controversial author JK Rowling’s books to life, with each one getting its own season in the decade-long series. When asked if fans could expect his beloved version of The Boy Who Lived to appear in the reboot, Radcliffe confirmed the odds were slim.
“From what I understand they’re trying to start from scratch, and I’m sure whoever is making them wants to put their own stamp on it and probably doesn’t want to find out How to get old Harry to comeo here somewhere,” he told the website. “So there’s no way I’m looking for it.”
Nonetheless, The Lost City Declaring that he wishes the actor who takes on the role next “all the luck in the world,” Star added, “I’m delighted that this torch has been passed, but I don’t think I have to physically pass it on. “ ”
The Hollywood Reporter reported exclusively in January 2021 that a Harry Potter The show was in the works at then-HBO Max. The news officially broke in April this year when Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav announced plans for the live-action series during a presentation on how HBO Max and Discovery+ would be integrated post-merger.
Here’s how Max described the series: “The stories of each of Rowling Harry Potter Books become a decade-long series produced with the same epic craftsmanship, love and care this global franchise is known for. The series will feature a new cast that will lead a new generation of fandom, full of fantastic detail, beloved characters and dramatic locations Harry Potter Fans have loved it for over 25 years. Each season is authentically recreated from the original books and brought with you Harry Potter and bring these incredible adventures to new audiences around the world, while the original, classic and well-loved films remain at the core of the franchise and will be available for viewing worldwide.”