Harry Potter: Rumors say: A ninth movie is coming!

Harry Potter: Rumors say: A ninth movie is coming!

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If you consider how successful and popular the eight-film book story about the wizards Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley is, it is hardly surprising that Warner Bros. has a great interest in adding a new chapter to the famous epic to expand.

The immensely successful book series by the Scottish author JK Rowling, which began in 1997, is one of the most important works of modern times. Harry's journey came to an exciting end with "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2" in 2011, but that didn't stop Warner from feeding and expanding the fantasy universe with new projects. But the success of the old days could not be matched.

The "Fantastic Beasts" films set in the same world with Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston, Colin Farrell and Johnny Depp disappointed not only parts of the fan base, but also them most of the critics found few words of praise.

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A deal worth 40 million US dollars between Samsung and developer Niantic is supposed to produce an exclusive Harry Potter game. var lstExcludedArticleTicker = '1368205,1365741,1332009,1270394'; According to Warner CEO Jason Kilar, one can look forward to the future of the franchise. At the Morghan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecommunications Conference, Kilar announced that Warner was "incredibly grateful" to work with J. K. Rowling and that there was "tons of fun and potential" for the series (via The Hollywood Reporter). Rumor has it that this relates to the alleged live-action television series that is in production at HBO Max.

There are also rumors about a cinema adaptation of the play "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child", which 19 years after the events of the main series takes place. 37-year-old Harry, family man and husband of Ginny Weasley, works in the magical law enforcement department at the Ministry of Magic, but the story, also written by Rowling, focuses on the next generation of wizards, the children of many of the main characters in the Potter series br>
Whether Warner can lead the popular universe into a new age remains to be doubted. Although the series continues to enjoy great popularity, should the cinema giant actually decide to make a comeback, there are some problems to be solved. First and foremost, the creator and author Rowling shocked with dubious anti-transgender statements and controversial statements, from which even the original cast distanced themselves vociferously.

In addition, due to the leap in time, it is difficult to identify the established faces of the iconic characters to cast again - at least, production should start soon. Finally, current examples such as Star Wars show that success at the box office and with critics cannot be taken for granted. If there is any news about the planned Harry Potter projects, you will find out from us.

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Source: comicbookmovie.com

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