It was a watershed moment for the entire entertainment industry when the last Harry Potter movie released, but recent reports are suggesting that a brand new movie might already be in the works.
You can barely find a child or an adult who doesn't know about Harry Potter. Regarded as one of the biggest fantasy franchises ever, the Harry Potter movies are loved and cherished throughout the world. It has been a while since the last Harry Potter movie was released and even though a spin-off of the Harry Potter Universe, 'Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them' has released, fans are still looking for something close to their heart. Something that has had its roots in Harry Potter itself.
Much to the delight of the fans, a new report suggests that a brand new Harry Potter movie is in the works at the Warner Bros. studio. The movie is said to be based on the West End Play, titled 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child'. The report also stated that some of the sources revealed that Warner Bros. executives are planning to complete the movie by 2020 and want Daniel Radcliffe in the movie.
According to a source by New York Daily News, "Warners is secretly working on getting the movie rights and a screenplay settled, and of course, in their minds, only one man (Radcliffe) should be Harry. However he has made it clear that his mind is certainly not focused on returning to the role anytime soon — and that could be until he hits 40.”
Even though Radcliffe has moved oo to work on various other projects after the Harry Potter franchise ended, he hasn't ruled out the possibility of returning back to the franchise again. In a conversation with The Sun, he said, "It is a tricky one. You never want to close a door on anything, especially something that has been so good to me. At the moment I am definitely not at a stage where I would feel comfortable going back to it, who knows in 10 and 20 years if I would feel differently about that. And I think I have still got a little while for me to be age-appropriate for this (the Cursed Child's) Harry."