"I guess yeah! I'm interested in finding out."
Daniel explained that he was only just told about the news as he was walking into the interview, so he didn't know much YET... but honey gurrrrls he is KEEN.
The best part is that although Daniel is like 500 years older than he was back when the first movies came out, any Cursed Child fan would know that it is set in the future when Harry is a father. So the timing works perfectly.
So how did these rumours come about anyway?
On September 6th, the woman behind the epic series herself J.K Rowling tweeted a picture of the Cursed Child logo. Fans immediately went nuts as it is the first photo Rowling has posted in legit months - and the play has been on London's West End since July 2016.
Later, people burst that exciting bubble when they put the tweet down to a simple promotional pic for a Cursed Child-related event in New York.
Later on that September day, Pottermore posted the most intriguing announcement: “‘Sometimes, darkness comes from unexpected places’ is the prophetic new tagline for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, which has just revealed a sensational new look across its marketing artwork and venues around the world.”
Even though there is not a lot to go off, We Got This Covered - a highly respected American outlet that covers film and television news - released a report that Warner Bros. was working on a Cursed Child film, and it wants to cast the OG's as Harry, Hermonie and Ron.
ENTER: EVERYONE ON THE INTERNET.
Just a quick FYI, We Got This Covered first broke the news Disney's Aladdin was getting a live-action remake, as well as confirming Marvel's plans for a She-Hulk TV show.
So, they know their stuff.
At this point, we can't see why Warner Bros. wouldn't ride the gravy train that is the Harry Potter series, so a Cursed Child movie seems to be definite in our opinion.
As for whether Daniel, Emma and Rupert will return, we can only hope and pray the rumours are true.
Rupert and Emma, you're up next!