Harry Potter film series star Daniel Radcliffe spoke a little about his thoughts on Book Seven. As we reach the final weeks before the big reveal, Radcliffe and his co-stars were asked about what they think will happen to their counterparts, especially in light of the heavy odds against the survival of some of them.

"That's hilarious," Radcliffe said in a press conference. "That's interesting. The public must really love me." He said, "A couple of years ago I said that I really, I would like Harry to die. Because I think that is ... a conclusive ending. ... I'm sort of going to stay away from that now, because the next day the headlines will be 'Radcliffe Wants Harry Dead.' Which is, you know, awful. But I do think it would be fitting, in a way, because when you consider the prophecy that was made about him and Voldemort and things like that, one of them has got to go."

Rupert Grint, moviedom's Ron Weasley, "I wouldn't really mind [Ron's death] if it was a really cool scene, if it was done in a really cool way.
It doesn't really matter, because it's the last one, but I think I'd like him to sort of survive. I don't know. There's a lot of rumors going around, so I don't know what's going to happen."

"I'm sort of praying that she's going to make it," Emma Watson said about her character Hermione Granger. "I don't know why, but I think she's going to make it. I hope so. I really hope. But then, in a way, I guess also, I don't know. ... It would just be nice to like sort of wrap the characters up and sort of know which direction they're going in, and, like, hopefully you know Hermione will have a really cool career in something or other or would be doing something really great with her intelligence."

The one thing they're sure of is that they won't know until the rest of us do. "None of us get a preview," said Radcliffe. "Only J.K. Rowling's husband has recently found out what happens. I don't think anyone else knows."

Watson said: "The security on the books ... is pretty tight. I think we get one the night that it is released. But not before."

(Source: SciFi Wire)