Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson: “10 years is enough”
HollywoodNews.com: ‘Harry Potter’ stars Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson said they would not star in the film series again – even if another book was written.
The actors have spent the past decade making the wizarding franchise but think that ten years is enough. The author, JK Rowling, said on the ‘Oprah Winfrey’ show that the series might not end at seven novels as she was tempted to write more.
But Watson, 20, who plays the character Hermione Granger, said she would turn down the role. She told Scholastic magazine: “Oh, my goodness – no, I wouldn’t return, it feels so complete what we’ve done. It would just be weird, no way – it would just be really strange.”
And Radcliffe, 21, who plays the lead boy wizard role, isn’t too keen on the idea either. He added: “No, probably not is the answer because 10 years is enough, I think the films have reached a rather perfect and wonderful conclusion.”
The seventh and penultimate flick ‘Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part One’ will be released next month, with its sequel coming next year.
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Source: Splash News