Daniel Radcliffe Expects "Harry Potter" to Be Rebooted

Believe it or not, it might be time to start talking about a possible"Harry Potter"reboot.

Nothing is in the works yet, but DANIEL RADCLIFFE was asked about the possibility, and he expects it to happen at some point. He said, quote, "I'm sure there will be some other version of it."

"I know I'm not the last Harry Potter I'm gonna see in my lifetime . . . we've already got a few more." He's talking about Jamie Parker and Gareth Reeves having done the role in the stage play "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child".

He added, quote, "The shine [of the original movies] will wear off at some point . . . it'll be interesting if they reboot them and just do the movies again, or do a series. I'm fascinated to watch."

It's been 18 years since the first movie premiered, but it's only been eight years since the final movie. And with the "Fantastic Beasts"spin-off franchise still in production, it feels like we haven't left the Harry Potter cinematic universe.

But reboots, revivals, and 'reimaginations' are circling around FAST these days. Amazon has a "Lord of the Rings" show in the works . . . they only waited four years to reboot "Batman". . . and two to reboot "Spider-Man".

One would hope they wouldn't mess with"Harry Potter"for at least a few decades, but give it enough time and here's a casting prediction for you. When a reboot DOES happen, just bring Radcliffe back as the new Voldemort. How awesome would that be?

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