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More Harry Potter films could soon be made if J.K. Rowling gives Warner Bros. the green light
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More Harry Potter films could soon be made if J.K. Rowling gives Warner Bros. the green light

The film studio has their eyes on bringing Hogwarts back to the silver screen for a whole new adventure.

More Harry Potter films could be on the way if Warner Bros. Discovery gets its way.

The company told investors they have major plans to bring the story back to the silver screen with brand new stories in a bid to give the film studios a major financial boost.

The only issue? They have to get J.K Rowling to agree on the projects first.

Warner Bros. CEO David Zaslav told investors during the company’s third quarterly earnings call that they are more focused on continuing franchises rather than original content.

"We haven’t had a Superman movie in 13 years. We haven’t done a Harry Potter in 15 years," he told investors, as per Variety.

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"The DC movies and the Harry Potter movies provided a lot of the profits for Warner Bros. … over the past 25 years."

Zaslav went on to tell investors that he would like to see more films set in the Harry Potter universe as long as the studio can 'do something with J.K [Rowling]'.

Fans will undoubtedly get excited over this, especially considering there are no new Harry Potter books left to pull lore from.

There could be a film made about Harry Potter and the Cursed Child stage production that has taken the world by storm.

Or, just maybe, Rowling has a potential idea for another spinoff.

Twitter exploded as a result, with fans eagerly speculating what a new adventure could mean.

One user said: "I'd love a Harry Potter animated series that gives the books the time and justice it deserves."

A second added: "Give us good Harry Potter movies like a prequel with Harry’s parents and Snape and the rise of Voldemort like I’ve been saying for ten years."

A third piped up with a joke suggestion: "Mrs. Morris, a spin on Mrs Norris the cat from Harry Potter."

Mrs Norris, if you aren't aware, is Filch's cat that prowls the halls of Hogwarts.

To be honest, it could be interesting.

The Warner Bros. head honcho's suggestion comes as author J.K Rowling continues to cop heat online for her anti-trans stance.

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Only days ago, Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe revealed why he initially hit out at the author in the wake of her controversial comments on social media about the trans debate.

Back in 2020, Rowling posted a series of tweets where she argued that gender identity negates biological sex and contributes to the erasure of the female experience.

"If sex isn’t real, there’s no same-sex attraction. If sex isn’t real, the lived reality of women globally is erased," she said.

Rowling added: "I know and love trans people, but erasing the concept of sex removes the ability of many to meaningfully discuss their lives."

She has doubled down on her comments many times since the initial backlash.

Radcliffe said (via Variety): "The reason I felt very, very much as though I needed to say something when I did was because, particularly since finishing [Harry Potter].

"I’ve met so many queer and trans kids and young people who had a huge amount of identification with Potter on that and so seeing them hurt on that day, I wanted them to know that not everybody in the franchise felt that way."

He added: "And that was really important.”

Topics: Harry Potter, JK Rowling, Film and TV, Warner Bros