Daniel Radcliffe says he isn’t opposed to returning to the franchise that made him a household name. The British actor told Time Out Magazine that he would be willing to return to play Harry Potter’s father.
Radcliffe tells Time Out Magazine that he’s done with “schoolboy stuff” and is focusing his attention on more serious roles after Potter. But when asked about the idea of returning to the Harry Potter franchise, the actor stated, “A cameo as Harry’s dad? That would be perfect!”
In the magazine, Radcliffe also discusses his feelings towards becoming a parent and noted that he looks forward to having children in the future. The actor stated that parenthood gives one a “sense of purpose” and says he will definitely be a parent that “pushes their kids into things”.
The 23-year-old actor has been performing in more risky, adult roles. Among those, he takes on the role of gay poet Allen Ginsberg in an upcoming movie entitled Kill Your Darling. Radcliffe shared some of his experiences working on the film with Graham Norton, recalling, “I was doing a gay sex scene and the director was giving step-by-step instructions…And the favorite note I have ever had was when we were kissing and the director shouted, ‘Not like that. Crazy sex kissing!'”