"Hopefully in the next couple of years, I'll be back on stage in some form. I'd love to come to Broadway again," Radcliffe says. "They responded to the fact that I have a work ethic. I was on Broadway at the same time as Jeremy Piven, and I think he made me look really, really good because I didn't miss a show." He was jokingly referring to Piven's run in Speed-the-Plow, which was shortened by the actor's mercury poisoning.
David Yates, who directed Half-Blood Prince and will direct the upcoming Deathly Hallows movies, has lunch every week with Radcliffe. "Dan is maturing. He's got this natural leadership skill. I wouldn't be surprised if he became a director."
Once the final Potter wraps, Radcliffe is scheduled to play British photojournalist Dan Eldon, who was killed in 1993 in Mogadishu, Somalia. "I really want to do that. It's just a matter of getting the script absolutely right," Radcliffe says.
source: usatoday.comFirst thing he'll do after Potter? "Sleep. Ideally, I would have three weeks off and go straight to something else. I get bored not working. … I have a huge amount of energy. When I'm on set, I use it all up. At home, I go wild in my head."
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