Would Daniel Radcliffe consider putting on those glasses one last time?
The most recent installment of the Harry Potter series came in the form of a play called Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
Currently showing on London’s West End, the production was co-written by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany, and the script was recently released as a novel.
And though Radcliffe has said that he doesn’t plan on seeing the play in person so that he won’t distract from others’ experiences, he isn’t fully counting out the possibility of returning to the role that made him famous.
“It’s a tricky one,” he said while being interviewed on Andy Cohen Live. “You never want to close a door on anything, especially something that’s been so good to me. But I do think, at the moment, I’m definitely not at a stage where I would feel comfortable going back to it.”
“Who knows if in 10, 20 years I would feel differently about that,” he added, “and I think I’ve got a little while before I’m sort of age-appropriate for this Harry.”
Set 19 years after the events of the final Harry Potter book, The Cursed Child follows the story of Harry Potter’s middle child Albus Severus Potter, and his unlikely friendship with Draco Malfoy’s son, Scorpius.
Currently, Jamie Parker is playing Harry in the West End production, while Noma Dumezweni and Paul Thornley star as Hermione and Ron, respectively.