Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe has revealed how he would not refuse the idea to returning to the role of the wizard should a future sequel be made. Daniel did admit that it would have to be well written and be worth the time to do it but stated that he would never flatly say no to the idea.
Radcliffe explained, "If it was good enough, I would be Harry Potter again. If it was anything short of good enough, I would say no. I know I wouldn't be Harry again for nostalgic or dutiful reasons. But if I learned one thing in life, it's that it's foolish to cut yourself off from anything. My motto is to never say never." Daniel also discussed how his busy life has affected his family.
He added, "The bad news is that my dogs live with my mum and dad now. I've moved out. I couldn't take the dogs with me because I'm so busy that they would never eat again." Daniel Radcliffe can next be seen on the big screen when he appears in the James Watkins directed movie The Woman in Black, which is released on February 3 in the US and February 10 in the UK.