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So, you're saying there's a chance! Daniel Radcliffe will forever be our favorite wizard, but there is a chance that he could break out the glasses, man the wand and play Harry Potter again.

In an interview with Britain's Radio Times, Daniel, who played the character in eight movies over 10 years, said he hasn't ruled it out.

"It would depend on the script," he said. "The circumstances would have to be pretty extraordinary. But then I am sure Harrison Ford said that with Han Solo and look what happened there!"

Harrison, of course, reprised his iconic character last year in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," having last played the character in 1983.

With Harrison in mind, Daniel said, "So I am saying, 'No,' for now but leaving room to backtrack in the future."

Daniel first starred in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" in 2001 and last played the role in 2011's "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2."

The actor, now 26, certainly knows that he can never escape is own iconic character and he's fine with that.

In 2015 he told Marc Maron podcast, "I was very lucky that people gave me opportunities directly after Potter finished to play more grown-up stuff, because I could have been getting teen-offer-type stuff."

He also admitted that he turned to the bottle toward the end of the "Potter" days.

"I was living alone, and I think I was really freaked out," he said. "I drank a lot."

Really, Daniel said his drinking was from a fear of having to return to reality after the films ended.

"I think it was more to do with going out in public and having a battle within me of thinking no, I can have a totally normal life," he said. "You get bored of waking up feeling like that."

He's now been sober since 2013. He is also keeping his distance from certain Potter things. Earlier this month he said he wouldn't be seeing the West End play, "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child."

"Jamie Parker's a wonderful actor, and I'm very, very happy to see him playing me," he told Stephen Colbert. "I just feel like sitting in an audience that will, for the most part of the near future, be very enthusiastic Harry Potter fans might not be a … relaxing way to see a show."