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Daniel Radcliffe shares which Harry Potter book he’s excited to see adapted in upcoming show

It's going to be a long wait though.

Daniel Radcliffe, known famously for portraying the protagonist in the Harry Potter movies, has shared that he would love to see the final Harry Potter book and the movies being adapted for the upcoming Harry Potter show.

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After winning his first Tony award, Radcliffe was asked by People in an interview about which book he’s most excited to see the show adapt. He said, “The last one, I mean, it’ll be a while before they get to that, I assume, but that was always one of my favorite of the books and of the films.”

For those unfamiliar, the final Harry Potter book was The Deathly Hallows, and its story was split into two movies to end the Harry Potter saga. The reboot series will adapt all seven Harry Potter books from J. K. Rowling. 

Radcliffe is right about the wait, since the show is apparently going to run for 10 years. Moreover, the Harry Potter show adaptation will premiere in 2026 on HBO’s Max. Taking that release window into account and time needed to get there, it would be a while.

As for the fans who are hoping for a Daniel Radcliffe cameo in the show, the actor has shut down the idea twice in the past. He previously told E! Online that he does not think there is a cameo for him in the show since the show has to be a “clean break”. The actor also shared with ComicBook in 2023 that he is “very excited to have that torch passed” and feels that there is no need to “physically pass it” with a cameo.

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