The star told Time Out: London that he is done with Harry Potter has no intention of ever reprising his iconic role should author J.K. Rowling decide to continue the popular book series that spawned eight films but said that he would love to be in Star Wars, Us magazine reported.
The star said that Even if Jo wrote a sequel, which is unlikely, he would take a lot of talking round. He explained that he has done so much work to establish himself as something outside that series, that he would be really hesitant to go back.
Radcliffe insisted that even if they were set later in time, at the age of 23, he is too old to be running round in a school boy''s cape. He said that he does not want to play a school boy anymore but said that a cameo as Harry''s dad would be perfect.
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