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The cast of Harry Potter celebrated its 20th anniversary last January. However, it has only been 12 years since the final installment was released.
There have been many shake-ups at Warner Bros. in recent months under the new leadership of David Zaslav. Many movies have been getting canceled and a lot of television shows have been getting removed from HBOMax.
It appears that WB is looking to make new Harry Potter material for a new generation. After the disappointment of the Fantastic Beasts franchise, which underperformed with each new installment, it’s understandable that they would be more than inclined to go back and resurrect The Boy Who Lived.
Exclusive Leak: 🔥
WBD is reportedly looking to reboot the Harry Potter film franchise, including recasting, in the next 3-5 years.
We will release some details of how I became aware of this information, presented by a source, on the @ValliantRenegad channel tomorrow morning.
— wdwpro (@wdwpro1) December 23, 2022
So, the question I ask today is: Is it too early for a Harry Potter reboot?
I’m going to have to say: No, it is not too early for a Harry Potter reboot. However, instead of a new movie series, I wouldn’t mind seeing it become a TV show similar to that of Game of Thrones, with each season consisting of 8-10 episodes. I feel it would help to flesh out the characters and storylines (especially those of the later books).
So what about you, screenagers? Is it too early for a Harry Potter reboot?
I’ll see you in the trenches.