As the “Harry Potter” saga turns 20 this year, Daniel Radcliffe, interpreter of the famous little wizard, has revealed which two characters he would like to play if a possible reboot of the franchise sees the light of day.
In December, it will be exactly 20 years since Daniel Radcliffe began his very first school year at Hogwarts, in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.
Now 32 years old, we can imagine that he could not resume the same role in the event that a possible reboot was born (which is not relevant for the moment). However, the young actor recently revealed at the microphone of the podcast Happy Sad Confused who were the characters of the franchise that he would like to play if the project was ever launched:
“I would probably go for Sirius [Black] or Remus [Lupin]“, he said. “I always thought those two characters were great. And then of course my perspective is also skewed by the experience I have of filming those scenes, with these people. That’s part of it. of my best memories. “
It is therefore in the costume of Sirius Black, Harry’s godfather, or of Remus Lupine, eminent professor of Defense against the Dark Arts (respectively embodied by Gary Oldman and David Thewlis in the magical saga) that Daniel Radcliffe would see himself well make his return to Hogwarts, if ever he was invited.
While waiting for more information on a hypothetical reboot, (re) discover our video dedicated to the young wizard …