Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets hit theaters on November 15, 2002, a few weeks after Richard Harris, the original Professor Albus Dumbledore, passed away (Michael Gambon took over for the rest of the films). With one blockbuster under their belts already, Daniel, Emma and Rupert were starting to hit their stride on screen. Funnily, a 13-year-old Radcliffe didn't have huge expectations for how long he would be the lead. "Who knows how many (of the Potter films) I'll do? I'm doing the third, but after that they probably won't want me," he innocently told Entertainment Weekly. "But it's been good while it's lasted."