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01/11/02
Harry Potter Could Vanish After Next Movie
- Actor reveals doubts at Chamber of Secrets premiere

DANIEL RADCLIFFE, the 13 year-old actor who plays Harry Potter, is set to leave the series after the next film.

Radcliffe was at last night's premiere of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, the second Potter movie, but appeared unsure when asked if was to continue in the role for long. "I am definitely doing the third film but after that I don't know," Radcliffe said.

Potter series director Christopher Columbus added meat to the rumours that Radcliffe would be out after Harry Potter 3 by telling Radcliffe to "go back home to your friends and family," following the third film.

In Chamber of Secrets, it is already evident that Radcliffe has changed markedly from the wide-eyed little boy of the first film, with his voice having broken between the two movies.

Radcliffe was joined by co-stars Emma Watson (who plays Hermione Grainger) and Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) as well as the author of the Harry Potter books, JK Rowling.

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets opens in London on November 15.




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