ALTHOUGH WARNER BROS. AND HBO MAX DENIED THIS INFORMATION, OTHER SOURCES SAY OTHERWISE

 

Today the magical community and all those interested in the Harry Potter franchise woke up with a great rumor about the future of the work created by J.K. Rowling.

It turns out that Variety published information about a possible television series based on the world of Harry Potter for HBO Max. According to its sources, this is in very early stages of development, so there is still a long way to go before the project is officially presented.

That is why we only have this information, since there is no data on the scriptwriters, possible actors, or even on the approach that the Harry Potter series will have, that is, we do not even know in which timeline it will be located.

Perhaps that is why Warner Bros. and HBO Max have denied these statements, with responses such as “There are no Harry Potter series in development within the studio or on the streaming platform.”

On the other hand, The Hollywood Reporter claims to have exclusive information about executives meeting with various screenwriters to discuss goals and plans in bringing a blockbuster franchise to television.

It seems that expanding the world of Harry Potter remains a high priority for HBO Max and Warner Bros., who along with J.K. Rowling owns the copyright to this work.

Some fans wish they knew more about ‘the marauders’ Remus Lupine, Peter Pettigrew, Sirius Black and James Potter. And what better if they made a series for them.

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THE FIERCE COMPETITION OF THE STREAMING WORLD FOR HBO MAX

This news doesn’t sound all that far-fetched considering the fierce competition between streaming platforms, with Disney putting several of its strong cards on the table with shows based on big franchises like Star Wars and Marvel heroes and villains.

While we know if this report is true or a lie, tell us who would you like to see starring in a Harry Potter series? The marauders? The founders of Hogwarts? Let us know in the comments.

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