Daniel Radcliffe Says He Will Not Appear In Newly Announced ‘Harry Potter’ Spin-Off Films


Since the recent announcement that J.K Rowling would be penning her first screenplay for a new movie trilogy inspired by the fictional textbook, Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, from Harry Potter lore, actor Daniel Radcliffe has come out saying that he will not be taking part in the new films.

He’s also assuming that fellow original cast members Rupert Grint and Emma Watson would not take interest in the projects. “I know nothing about it,” says Radcliffe. Radcliffe, who has worked hard to distance himself from Harry Potter fame since the final film’s release in July 2011, has starred in the horror film, The Woman In Black, portrayed Allen Ginsberg in Kill Your Darlings, and stars as the lead role in the upcoming dark fantasy film, Horns, set for a 2014 North American release.

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