Daniel Radcliffe would love to be cast in a Batman movie, even if it means he would be Robin while Ben Affleck is Batman himself.
In a related report by The Inquisitr, what all the Harry Potter fans really want is a Harry Potter sequel. But Daniel revealed that he struggled with alcohol because of the stress related to being the boy who lived, and for a long time, seemed to be happy living as a muggle. As it turns out, Radcliffe is open to being Harry again as long as the script contains more adult themes:
“I would obviously never close the door on something like that entirely, because it would be foolish to. I don’t know under what circumstances I could be convinced that it would be a good idea to do it again.”
We also know that Radcliffe will be Igor in the upcoming Frankenstein movie, so in addition to his roles on broadway being “weirder,” it seems like he has an eye for anything that is a little out of the ordinary. He even wants to be a James Bond villain in the upcoming James Bond 24 movie that has everyone speculating (there is even hopes that Kate Upton could be a Bond girl).
Apparently, Daniel Radcliffe also feels he could play the hero. During a rapid-fire interview with Buzzfeed, he revealed he wanted to be part a star of another major established franchise. When he was asked which one he said he would love to be next to the big, bad bat:
“Batman. If they reboot that again, I’ll do that, too. It’s happening isn’t it? With Ben Affleck. I could be Robin. I’m perfect.”
As of now, at least, he won’t be able to live out that dream since Batman VS Superman is set for releasing in 2016, and will star Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Diane Lane, Laurence Fishburne, and Jesse Eisenberg, among others. There is also rumors that Affleck will continue his Bat-role with a movie called The Batman, which could reportedly be released in 2019. But that is so far out into the future that any plans are up in the air, which is actually good news for Daniel Radcliffe since any plot they come up with may need a new Robin. Of course, considering how creepy Radcliffe can be, perhaps he would make a better Batman villain?