Alan Rickman discusses plans for life after Potter
The actor who plays Severus Snape recently spoke with Boston.com while promoting his new film Nobel Son. The reporter asked him a couple questions about his involvement with the Potter films:
Q. Do children recognize you as Harry Potter's Severus Snape? A. Not really, because I'm generally not walking around wearing a black wig.
Q. “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” comes out in July, and later in the year, you'll begin filming the series' final installment, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.” How do you feel knowing that the end is in sight?
A. It means that I'll be able to do more theater as an actor. I couldn't really because I never know what my commitment could be.
Q. Would you ever do another film, knowing it could be six sequels?
A. Only if I was provided with a wheelchair and an oxygen tank.
Thanks to Scot for the tip.