Daniel Radcliffe: we know I’m not a final Harry Potter

Daniel Radcliffe
Daniel Radcliffe is now compelling his new TBS comedy array Miracle Workers. (Photo: Reuters)

Daniel Radcliffe has likely that there will be destiny adaptations of JK Rowling’s famous Harry Potter book series.

The 29-year-old actor, who was catapulted to celebrity after personification a pretension impression in a film array formed on Rowling’s books, told IGN in an talk that he is certain someone else will really play a purpose in a future.

“I’m certain there will be some other chronicle of it; we know I’m not a final Harry Potter I’m gonna see in my lifetime – we’ve already got a few more,” he pronounced while referring to a Harry Potter and a Cursed Child play.

“It will be engaging to see how prolonged those films stay… It feels like there’s a virtue around them during a moment, though that’ll go, a gleam will wear off during some point. It’ll be engaging if they reboot them and only do a films again or do a series; I’m preoccupied to watch,” he added.

The actor was compelling his new TBS comedy array Miracle Workers, where he is personification a lead.

Daniel Radcliffe played a lead impression in a Harry Potter film series.