Daniel Radcliffe wants to study archaeology + Total Film Indonesia + Harry Potter "a look back" - Daniel J Radcliffe Holland


Daniel Radcliffe wants to study archaeology + Total Film Indonesia + Harry Potter "a look back"

Daniel Radcliffe said recently that he wants to study archaeology. (Hello! magazine via contactmusic.com) plus Total Film Indonesia interview below (press junket of Deathly Hallows part 2, last summer) And Warner Bros. released a video with a look back at all the HP films called "Harry Potter: A look back" and another artcle for you to read: "I am a huge Sachin Tendulkar fan"

Hello magazine:

"I watch a huge amount of stuff on the Discovery Channel and have started considering doing an Open University course because I'm becoming more and more fascinated by archaeology.
"So yes, as sad as I am to say goodbye to Harry, I'm really excited to see what the future holds."
While he is looking forward to pursuing other interests, fans can expect not to see him getting involved in sport as he admits he is "hopeless".

"I'm fit. I can run and I'm very agile but in terms of sports, I've always been pretty rubbish.

"I love cricket but I'm abysmal at it. What I love about cricket is there's a place for hopeless enthusiasts and that's what I am. "If nothing else, I can bring out the half-time oranges and keep score."

Total Film Indonesia (more here)

You’ve worked with the same people for a decade. In the future, are you going to avoid them or, if they’re attached to a project, are you going to jump at the question?
Nice question! I would jump at the chance, absolutely, definitely, both in terms of crew and cast. Actually, funnily enough, our second unit first AD on Harry Potter is in The Woman In Black. Which is brilliant. He’s a guy I know really, really well. He gets the set moving, and he’s fantastic. It’ll just give me that little bit extra confidence, knowing that I know somebody there because then it’s not like your first day at school. But Richard Griffiths said something to me once, that after your second job you will never again have the experience where you don’t know anyone. After you’ve done two jobs in the film or theatre industry, you will always know somebody you’re working with. Which is, fairly true, I have to say. What would be interesting, actually, is that I think probably directors would be more hesitant about combining people from Potter. I don’t think the issue would be us being reticent about that at all. I think it will be that they don’t particularly want to put us together because it’s so… When we’ve all grown up and look wrecked, like we eventually will do, then they might use us, together because nobody can tell the difference. But I think they’d probably try to split us because, you know, if my next film I was playing Alan Rickman’s son, people might find that a little hard to take so quickly after Potter.

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