In a new interview with the BBC, Daniel hinted that he would like children to be a part of his future after the news agency asked if his life might be an anti-climax after he wraps up playing Hogwarts' most famous student.
"They're going to keep me busy if I do — which I hope I do at some point," the 20-year-old star said. "I'm not planning on it soon — that's one of the things I'm really looking forward to doing."
One of the things that has made the star (who previously admitted to fancying older women) long for kids has been seeing so many on the "Harry Potter" set.
"What's been cool is that I've been here when a lot of people here have had kids while on the film, and I've seen the change it's made in their life and how amazing it is," he said.
The next installment in the series, its second to last — "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I" — is due out in November 2010.
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