Daniel Radcliffe Takes Part In AOL's BUILD Series LONDONDaniel Radcliffe doesn't seem all that enthused about playing Harry Potter anymore, but there is at least one high-profile project that the British actor would very much like to join: HBO mega-hit "Game of Thrones."

Radcliffe recently opened up to Digital Spy about the possibility of taking on a TV role, and he shared that he has been hesitant to sign on for anything that requires a major time commitment.

"I've recently read a couple of really good TV pilot scripts," he told the publication. "But then it's signing on for seven years."

Currently, he has "a little bit of freedom," and it sounds like he doesn't want to sacrifice it. He did, however, say that he'd be happy to do a short stint on the epic fantasy drama -- as long as he gets a quick death.

"If they want to just bring me in and f--king kill me, I would be so happy to do that," he told Digital Spy.

With all of the deaths that routinely occur on "Game of Thrones," it certainly seems like there should be a part available. Production on season 7 was pushed back, so it might not be too late for Radcliffe and showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss to make this happen. Let's all cross our fingers for a Radcliffe appearance when "Game of Thrones" returns in summer 2017. We'll just have to be prepared not to get too attached.

[via: Digital Spy]

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