Daniel Radcliffe opens up about upcoming Harry Potter TV series

It was in April last year that Warner Bros. Discovery officially announced that it would be producing a brand-new Harry Potter series based on JK Rowling's novels.
Daniel Radcliffe opens up about upcoming Harry Potter TV series

Actor Daniel Radcliffe has been at the centre of the spotlight for the last few days since he won his first Tony award. The actor, who is best known for playing the titular role in the Harry Potter films (2003-2011), opened up about the upcoming series of the same.

While speaking to the media, he said that he is looking forward to seeing the last Harry Potter book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows being made into a TV series. "The last one, I mean, it'll be a while before they get to that, I assume, but that was always one of my favourite of the books and of the films," he said.

It was in April last year that Warner Bros. Discovery officially announced that it would be producing a brand-new Harry Potter series based on JK Rowling's novels.

He also shared that he has a piece of advice to tell producers of the show as their words and actions will forever impact the kids cast in the major roles. "Just like, let them be kids still. I can't imagine what it would have been like to do that in the age of social media. We were kind of a little bit before that," he said to ET.

He hopes to speak with the team behind the new series when they announce the new actors. In a previous interview, he mentioned that he is happy to see the story continuing, but doesn't see himself in it. "I doubt very much that they will, it seems to me that they are wanting to make a fresh series, which it feels like it'd be distracting to have old, haggard Harry also entering from stage left," he said.

Upon winning his Tony award recently, the 34-year-old actor teared up and expressed his gratitude, "Thank you so much to our cast, everybody on that stage. It is an honour to be on stage with you every single night, and I will miss it so much." This Tony Award marks Radcliffe’s first win and nomination for his performance in a Broadway production.

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