Daniel Radcliffe has no interest in reprising his role as Harry Potter, the actor revealed in a recent interview. Meanwhile, Emma Watson talked about her reaction after watching her character Hermione in the first movie from the franchise.

In an interview with US Weekly, Radcliffe revealed that he gets asked a lot about reprising his role as The Boy Who Livid. The actor said that he has no intention of playing the role again because that is something he has done already. The question is of some significance now, as a play that continues the story of the popular wizarding world will open in 2016.

J.K. Rowling, who is the author of the “Harry Potter” book series, has written the play. The play is titled “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.” Radcliffe admits that it would be “very weird” to see someone else play the role on stage this time around.

Radcliffe first played the role of Harry Potter when he was just 11 years old. The 2001 movie became a big hit and seven more movies were subsequently released with Radcliffe, Watson and other cast members reprising their roles in all movies.

In a recent interview with Vogue, Watson said that when she sees the images of her as Hermione Granger from the 2001 movie; she immediately thinks about “how bad” her hair looked. The actress also said that she finds it surprising to see how long her journey as Hermione has been and where she is in her career right now. She later added that she wants to be a woman of the Renaissance and wants to paint, write and continue to act.

After her success in the “Harry Potter” movies, she was able to get roles in many Hollywood movies like “Noah” and “The Perks of Being a Wallflower.” Her next big highly anticipated fantasy movie is “Beauty and the Beast,” in which she plays the role of Belle.

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