J.K. Rowling’s Reward to Daniel Radcilffe: No More 'Potter' Books

[caption id="attachment_18429" align="alignright" width="220" caption="Getty Images"]Daniel Radcliffe at the NYC premiere of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1"[/caption]

Usually when someone's doing a really good job, you pat 'em on the back and tell 'em to keep on truckin'.  Apparently not so when you're the creator of one of the most successful fantasy franchises in history, and sadly J.K. Rowling will not be writing any more "Harry Potter" books Daniel Radcilffe told MTV News.

"She felt I had been very good in this 'Harry Potter' film, and as a reward for that, she wasn't going to [write] any more 'Harry Potter' [books]," Radcliffe said after receiving a text message from the author. "I'm sure she will be writing other books but I can pretty much guarantee that Harry will not be a feature."

At least Radcliffe won't have to worry about being hunted by a unicorn-killing, snake-talking Dark Lords who's name begin with "V" anymore.  (Not Vader...Voldemort. Duh!)  Check out MTV News to see what else Radcliffe had to say about the last of the "Potter" films.