Daniel Radcliffe: "I Would Play Harry Potter Again"
The actor hasn't ruled out a return to portaying the wizard...
The 22-year old, who is currently promoting his latest flick Woman In Black, has told the Chicago Sun-Times that he will never say never to portraying the wizard again.
Speaking of a possible comeback as Potter, Radcliffe revealed: "If it was good enough, I would be Harry Potter again. If it was anything short of good enough, I would say no,
"I know I wouldn't be Harry again for nostalgic or dutiful reasons. But if I learned one thing in life, it's that it's foolish to cut yourself off from anything. My motto is to never say never."
Daniel also recently admitted that he is still too embarrassed to watch himself in the Harry Potter flicks, stating to The Mirror: "I'd cringe so hard my face would fall off."
Last week, Radcliffe also hit the headlines after claiming that himself and co-star Rupert Grint - who plays Ron Weasley in the adaptation of J.K. Rowling's books - are not in contact now the movies have finished filming.
He told The Mirror: "Rupert and I never text each other, we never see each other. If I see him every six months or so, it’s a friendly ‘hello, how’s things with you’ but that’s about it."