How does Daniel Radcliffe really feel about Quidditch in Harry Potter


Radcliffe has repeatedly stated that filming Quidditch scenes was not a particularly enjoyable experience for him. “Quidditch is right up there with the least exciting things I’ve done in ‘Harry Potter’,” Radcliffe said in 2009 (via DigitalSpy). “It wasn’t a pleasant experience, it hurt quite a bit, and it’s not something I would rush back to do.”

As the movies continued to evolve and the kids at the center of the series grew into adults, screen time dedicated to the magical sport dwindled. Still, broom riding remained a near-permanent thorn in the side for Radcliffe (or, more likely, another part of his anatomy) in the production. Of the eight films in the series, only “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1” does not require actors to attach a broom. On the other hand, Draco Malfoy actor Tom Felton is elated to say goodbye to such scenes after “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” (although he did briefly piggyback on a broomstick. with Radcliffe in “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2”) “I’m glad I haven’t done that since season two,” Felton said, in an interview with Radcliffe.

Despite the success of recent “Harry Potter” Reunion at HBO Max, it doesn’t seem like the cast members won’t be particularly eager to plunge into another Quidditch match sooner.

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