Fans are asking whats next for Harry Potter cast. The cast is already moving on to other projects as Harry Potter’s Deathly Hallows marks a decade of books and films. Some of them are ready for their next roles, but it will be difficult not to remember them as wizards.
Daniel Radcliffe plays plays a German soldier in “All Quiet on the Western Front,” based on the well-known book, and a young lawyer tracking down a mystery in the remake of the supernatural film “The Woman in Black.” Whats next for Harry Potter cast and main character? Both are due to be released in 2012.
Emma Watson - Hermione Granger. She is filming “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” based on the coming-of-age book of the same name by Stephen Chbosky. She’ll play Sam, one of two friends of the main character, played by Logan Lerman. She began photo shoots for her new gig as the face of Lancome International in March.
Rupert Grint - Ron Weasley. The redheaded British star has finished filming a World War II movie, “Comrade,” in which he plays a British pilot forced to collaborate with his enemies to survive in the wilderness.
Helena Bonham Carter - Bellatrix Lestrange. The gothic “Death Eater” in the last Potter film is set to star in designer Marc Jacobs’ fall ad campaign. In 2012 she’ll play Miss Havisham in “Great Expectations” and star with Michelle Pfeiffer in husband Tim Burton’s remake of the ’60s TV show “Dark Shadows.”
Gary Oldman - Sirius Black. Hollywood’s go-to villain is now starring in “Kung Fu Panda 2″ and will reprise his Commissioner Gordon role in the new Batman movie, “The Dark Knight Rises,” due in 2012.
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