'Harry Potter' reboot could happen according to Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe recently opened up about his thoughts about a possible Harry Potter reboot for television, and he's not really a fan of it. While speaking to IGN about his nonexistent role as the Wolverine, Radcliffe revealed that there is still life left in the beloved series - whether that be in the form of television or a remake of the films.

At the time, Radcliffe had said he wanted to "keep some distance" between himself and his iconic role as Potter, according to The Daily News. "I can completely understand why some directors would be hesitant about putting me into a franchise because I have a lot of baggage from another franchise, so I can see why that would make people not want to do that necessarily".

Following that, Radcliffe mentions that the series is already starting to be rebooted in other art forms, such as theater.

In the interview, he said he was "fascinated" to see how they re-develop the Harry Potter series.

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When asked what he'd be most eager to see, Radcliffe said he'd be interested in a series based on the Marauders of Marauders Map fame. "I'm fascinated to watch".

Though the shine hasn't worn off on the movies we all know and love yet - and let's be real, it's going to be millennials version of the O.G. Star Wars films, so that veneer seems pretty permanent - Radcliffe did say that other stories within the wizarding world would be ripe for the picking if one of the major networks or streaming service is willing to take the leap. The show premieres tonight on TBS at 10:30 p.m.

That chat came about during press engagements for his new series, Miracle Workers.

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