Daniel Radcliffe “busy” attending “Harry Potter” 20th anniversary reunion; apologize, Entertainment News
British actor Daniel Radcliffe, who rose to fame after his eight-movie stint as Harry Potter wizard, says he’s busy right now and may not be able to join his co-stars – Rupert Grint (who played Ron Weasley) and Emma Watson (who played Hermione Granger) – for the upcoming 20th anniversary of the iconic film franchise.
The franchise, based on the eponymous novels by JK Rowling and distributed by Warner Bros. for the visual format, released its debut installment “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” on November 4, 2001. Over the years, much like the book, the franchise has become wildly successful around the world and transformed all three characters. central into huge celebrities.
When asked to reunite for a reunion with his co-stars, the actor reportedly told an entertainment news website: “I’m in the Dominican Republic right now, filming, then I’m going. be busy, sort of working on songs until the end of the year. So yeah, I don’t know. I’m sure there will be some kind of celebration but I don’t know if we’ll get together or whatever. I’m sorry if that’s a bit of a bummer for anyone.
However, the actor still captures parts of it on television. Commenting on having looked at himself like Harry Potter, he reportedly said: âI saw clips on TV for a few seconds before saying, ‘Uh! Or if this is a scene that someone else is in, I’m going to say ‘Oh, cool’. He also shared that he had fond memories of filming with Gary Oldman and David Thewlis who took on the roles of Sirius Black and Professor Remus Lupine respectively.