Harry Potter Could Return for Cursed Child Movie
- Author: Salvatore Jensen Sep 11, 2016,
Sep 11, 2016, 23:22
While muggle (or, no-maj) school start dates vary from year to year, Hogwarts has always been very firm as to when kids need to return to school. The Harry Potter of Cursed Child is 36-years-old, while Radcliffe is now 27, and would still only be 30 if the movie went into production in 2019, for a 2020 release.
Break out the butterbeer, get your wands ready and dust off your spell books - Harry Potter could be coming to the big screen once again.
So maybe there is a chance that the "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" movie trilogy will star Daniel Radcliffe.
Babble participates in affiliate commission programs, including with Amazon, which means that we receive a share of revenue from purchases you make from the links on this page. Among this list are cases of racism regarding her wizarding-themed site, Pottermore, as well as complaints that Rowling is "wearing out the Harry Potter franchise", The Inquisitr said. His last film, Swiss Army Man, sees him playing a farting corpse.
'If you're at King's Cross, the Potter, Granger-Weasley and Malfoy families are there too.
Should Daniel Radcliffe reprise his titular role in "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child"? So sorry to destroy any hopes but we doubt we'll see the original cast reuniting anytime soon. J.K. Rowling is going to want Cursed Child to live on the West End and in theaters for some time, as that's what the story has been made for.
This rumor comes from The New York Daily News, who can be hit or miss with big stories like this due to their predilection for gossip, so take it with a grain of salt for now. The film is due to be released on November 18, 2016 and a sequel has already been pencilled in, with a third film also likely.
And no, we're not talking about Fantastic Beasts. Obviously that prob won't happen till approximately 2089, but we CAN DREAM.
Unsurprisingly, Warner Bros wants to make the book into a movie version, hopefully, to follow up on the success of both the play and their own movie series.