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Daniel Radcliffe still saying he probably won't appear In 'Harry Potter’ spinoff
Fans hoping to see Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter one last time may have to give up hope.
The actor reiterated that it's very unlikely that he'll appear as the now-adult wizard in Warner Bros.' and J.K. Rowling's upcoming "Potter" spin-off "Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them."
"I would obviously never close the door on something like that entirely, because it would be foolish to. But I don't know under what circumstances I could be convinced that it would be a good idea to do it again," he told a CBS talk show in New York (via the Huff Post). "I'm going to be 25 this year, and Harry's a character that sort of ended at the age of 17. I'm getting a little long in the tooth to be wearing a schoolboy's outfit."
Plus, there's the whole fact that "Beasts" supposedly takes place 70 years before Potter was born.
"Fantastic Beasts" is a fictional Hogwarts textbook that Rowling penned to go alongside the "Harry Potter" novel series. Warner Bros. is planning to make a trilogy of films based on the book.