By Eric Ditzian, with additional reporting by Josh Horowitz
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As late as last December, Daniel Radcliffe and his "Harry Potter" co-stars were unsure if they'd be recruited, via some fancy CG effects, to play their older selves in J.K. Rowling's famous "Deathly Hallows" epilogue that flashes two decades into the future to capture what happens to the key characters. Though director David Yates had stated his preference to use a "Curious Case of Benjamin Button"-esque technique on his stars rather than hire older actors, it remained to be seen if the filmmakers could make such performances work.
It now seems like it will in fact work, according to Radcliffe. "We have done a few tests, and it does look really,