Despite the fact that the fantasy saga " Harry Potter " was completed five years ago, many viewers would like to meet again on the screens of their favorite characters from the book cycle by J.K. Rowling. Warner Bros. studio management is well aware of the financial potential of the film series, because at the moment it is second only to the Marvel universe on the list of the highest grossing franchises in history. No wonder the Hollywood major has decided to launch a whole trilogy of prequels about the eccentric wizard and zoologist Newt Scamander . Acquaintance with this hero will take place in the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them in November this year, but this does not prevent fans of the Potter from dreaming about the continuation of the story of The Boy Who Lived .|
Daniel Radcliffe decided to give the hope of seeing Harry Potter and his friends again to fans of the wizarding world Rowling . “I could play an adult Harry , - the actor admitted in an interview with Radio Times . -But, of course, everything will depend on the scenario. My hero can return to the screens only under completely extraordinary circumstances. If I'm not mistaken, Harrison Ford said something similar about Han Solo , but in the end, fate still gave him the opportunity to reincarnate this image. So far I say “No”, but I do not rule out that someday I will be ready to return to this issue”.
At the end of next month, the franchise will be expanded with the play " Harry Potter and the Cursed Child ", which will take place 19 years after the events of the Deathly Hallows. It is possible that after the completion of the trilogy Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them , the WB bosses will want to use the new Rowling story as the basis for the continuation of the film series about Harry , Ron and Hermione .
At the moment, Daniel Radcliffe pleases his fans by playing in "The Illusion of Deception 2", and tomorrow another tape with his participation will be released - "The Swiss Knife Man".
The Topic of Article: Radcliffe likes to conjure up the sequel to Harry Potter.