For a while I thought, if I do all of them, will I be able to move on to other stuff or should I start doing other stuff now?"Luckily for Potter fans, Radcliffe, who was just 14 at the time, decided to stay playing Harry for the next five films - because he'd miss his cast-mates, and because he realised just how good a role it was for him at the time, adding, "Actually there aren't many great parts out there for teenage boys, certainly not as good as Harry Potter".Despite that blip during his career as a boy wizard, Daniel insists that he no longer resents the role that made him famous - describing it as a "very cool thing that did wonders for the British film industry", despite the fact "you might not always be happy with the work you did on it".
], in particular, was quite academic and was very keen in pursuit of schooling and was wrestling a little bit more than the others.
So each time there was a negotiation, it was not about a financial [matter], it really was about, 'Do I want to be a part of this?
'" be sensitive to her needs and how important school was to her", Emma Watson happily decided to stay on for the whole franchise - but also got a good education, later attending Brown University.
And while she had to take a two-year gap during her degree to focus on promotional duties for the films, she told , Radcliffe revealed that once filming for The Prisoner Of Azkaban had wrapped, he considered leaving midway through the series to try and audition for other roles:"By the third film, I thought, if there's a time to get out, it's now; there's still enough time for another actor to come in and establish himself…
It's now 10 years down the line from when Daniel made that fateful decision, and we can't imagine anyone else playing the bespectacled wizard.
With an upcoming role in Kill Your Darlings, plus multiple stage and screen roles under his belt, since the Potter movies, we think he made the right decision.
[article id="1652291"]Emma Watson will be the first to admit[/article] that her kiss with Daniel Radcliffe in [movie id="342213"]"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1"[/movie] is a seriously passionate one. "Actually, I forgot how full-on it was until I saw the movie, and I was like, 'Blimey, where did that come from?
' " Full-on it may have been, but that doesn't mean she wants her co-star going around gushing about the intense onscreen experience.
"I've just been getting into so much trouble with Emma about this, because apparently I said in an interview that she was like an animal," Radcliffe told us.
"I thought it was going to be a kind of a slow, sensual thing, and Emma really went for it." The scene takes place rather late in the film, when Ron (Rupert Grint) is in the midst of fighting off a darkly magical Horcrux that manifests hallucinations of his greatest fears — one being the prospect of Harry (Radcliffe) and Hermione (Watson) making out. It was vigorous." He added, "For me, I wasn't too freaked out. I think it generally is a bigger deal for girls." The scene was just one in which Radcliffe had to strip down to his skivvies.
Ron watches in horror as his two pals, naked and covered in silver glitter, swap a whole lot of spit. It is a bit like kissing your sister," Radcliffe admitted. Early on, in an attempt to escape some Death Eaters, the Order of the Phoenix hatches a plan to create, via a nifty potion, multiple versions of Harry — all of whom then have to strip down and dress in Potter's duds. Rowling] said to me, when she came to see 'Equus' [a play in which he stripped naked], 'I'm going to write you naked in the seventh film now.' I said, 'That's a joke! " Check out everything we've got on "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1." For young Hollywood news, fashion and "Twilight" updates around the clock, visit Hollywood Crush.