Daniel Radcliffe Sorry to Say Farewell to Harry Potter Franchise

Daniel Radcliffe never hopes to end Happy Potter in his movie career, but he sees today. A time of boy wizard is gone away with Rowling the English woman writer. VIEW THE PHOTO Gallery Young Hollywood Heartthrobs Daniel Radcliffe now!

Daniel Radcliffe Never Hopes to Farewell Harry Potter

Daniel Radcliffe Never Hopes to Farewell Harry Potter

 The movie actor Daniel Radcliffe will be OK unless he fritters away his money and becomes another Gary Coleman! Every time he shows up in a movie from now on, the whole theater will holler, “Harry Potter”!

It will be interesting to see which of the Harry Potter kids will make the transition to adult acting careers. Daniel has already done some live theater, so we know he’ll try to make a go of it. I have high hopes for Emma Watson (Hermione), but she hasn’t decided whether to stay with acting after she finishes college. I predict his acting career will end with the Potter movies.

As he finishes the series’ final “Harry Potter” film, the star says it’s finally hitting him. Never been a avid fan, but I hope he has great residuals because I don’t think he will ever get a good role doing anything else as his identity is so attached to playing Potter. No matter, he may never need to work again .

We can hope he didn’t blow the money. Of course he can always make a buck doing appearances at conventions. The great thing for him, the way the series of books was done he can still age and be an older Harry Potter. This Potter genre is going to last as long as Star Trek did….Radcliffe is a made man if he can stay away from drugs and alcohol and Paris Hilton….just had to get her in there.

Daniel Radcliffe: ‘Sad’ To See ‘Harry Potter’ ‘Disapparate’. After spending almost half of his life playing the boy-wizard in the “Harry Potter” franchise, series star Daniel Radcliffe says he’s sad to see the sun setting on his time at Hogwarts.

“It will be very sad when it comes to a finishing,” the 20-year-old actor, who is currently finishing work on “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,” which will be released as two movies, told MTV News.

Daniel has already had to say goodbye to a few of his co-stars, like Helena Bonham Carter (Bellatrix Lestrange), who has already “disapparated” (wizarding lingo for vanishing) from the movie set.

“Yeah, we’ve had a few people finish off their stories in the film, and they’ve been going home,” he continued. “It is odd [seeing them go.]

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“I did have a moment the other day, in the makeup room that I have been in for 10 years now,” he explained. “I did walk in and go, ‘Wow, this is [hitting me]. One day – in about four or five months from now – I’m gonna walk in here for the last time.’ Especially since, after we’re done shooting, they’re redoing the entire studio, tearing down and starting again.”

The young actor said he’s glad that the franchise has helped invigorate the U.K.’s film industry – including a massive renovation of Leavesden Studios – where the “Potter” series has been shot by Warner Bros.

“A big investment is going into Leavesden [Studios], and England will finally have a third film studio. They’ve always had Shepperton and Pinewood, but to have Leavesden? That will do wonders for the film industry in England, which is always a struggle to keep going.” Daniel said. “What’s been amazing about ‘Potter’ is that ‘Potter’ has been the major film in England for the last 10 years. [The films] have given a lot of people jobs, myself included.”

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And though Daniel is sad to leave behind his wand and cloak of invisibility behind, the young actor has his sights set on the future.

“It’s also very exciting [to be finishing the ‘Potter’ series],” he added. “And I’ll hopefully have something to go onto shortly afterwards.”

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“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I” hits theaters on November 19 and the second installment comes out on July 15, 2011.

I rather liked the movies. Yes, there weren’t as good as the books, but they are never going to be just like the books, and that’s something that a lot of people will never accept. When a book turns into a movie, don’t complain how unlike the books it is. Just take it as an independent interpretation of the books.

Will all those religeous Ja’ckoffs protest This movie too???

Those A’ssclown baptists Truely think that Harry Potter movies teach kids witchcraft much in the same way Star Wars and Star Trek movies teach kids to fly thru space!

No matter what other movie daniel radcliffe stars in he’ll always be known as harry potter! What do you think about it? Give your opinions now.

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