Daniel Radcliffe has revealed that he hasn’t ruled out the idea of returning to the role that led to his international fame, if the script was right.
In an interview with Radio Times, the Harry Potter star admitted he would return to the film if the opportunity came up in the future.
“The circumstances would have to be pretty extraordinary” he told the publication.
“But then I am sure Harrison Ford said that with Han Solo (in Star Wars), and look what happened there.”
Although the 26 year-old insisted that his answer was “no for now”, he made it clear that he was “leaving room to back track in the future” which quite frankly, is good enough for us!
The British actor, who appeared in all eight Harry Potter films, will soon be seen playing a card sharp magician in “Now You See Me 2″, a sequel to the first movie released in 2013 about a team of illusionist who use their talents to rob banks.
In the new film out in UK cinemas on 4 July, Radcliff will be playing the son of the character played by Sir Michael Caine in the original.