Daniel Radcliffe Will Not Appear in New HARRY POTTER - Themed Film Saga
The UK's The Guardian reports that Daniel Radcliffe has no plans to appear in JK Rowling's recently announced Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them film saga, based on the wildly popular wizardly world of Harry Potter.
Speaking at a press event for the new Sky Arts series A Young Doctor's Notebook & Other Stories, Radcliffe revealed that he along with his Potter co-stars Rupert Grint and Emma Watson would most likely not be returning to 'Hogwarts for Beasts', which takes place 70 years prior to the arrival of Harry and his friends.
"I'm sure they're going to have a great time. I'm sure a lot of people will be really excited," said Radcliffe. "I, needless to say, won't be involved. I don't know if any of us [the original Potter cast] will be. I know nothing about it."
Speaking on his upcoming films Horns, The F Word and Kill Your Darlings the actor revealed that he had stipulated that he would not appear in any nude scenes. "I think there was a discussion about possible nudity for one scene and I think my comment was: 'I got naked in three films last year. Please can I not?'" joked Radcliffe, who appeared in his birthday suit for the 2007's production of Equus. "At some point, everyone's going to start assuming I'm an exhibitionist."
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