Aside from the rumored TV series, Warner Bros. is scheduled to meet with JK Rowling to discuss its most famous brand. What’s boiling in the pot?
While the performance of Fantastic Beasts – Dumbledore’s Secrets disappoints al boxoffice world, the Warner Bros. he’s not going to let go of the Wizarding World: of a rumored series for HBO Max based on that universe we already knew, but according to the Wall Street Journal the new CEO of Warner, David Zaslavplans to meet in person JK Rowling to discuss the future of Harry Potter…
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David Zaslavnew CEO of Warner Bros.seems to be dictating a rather strong agenda: The Wall Street Journal reports that Zaslav has the firm intention of raise on the Wizarding World And Harry Potterjust in the context of HBO Max. To this end, one of his is scheduled “in the coming weeks” meeting with JK Rowling in person, to plan the future strategy. Despite the difficulties at the world box office of Fantastic Beasts – Dumbledore’s Secrets (the continuation of that specific saga in the cinema is still being decided), the breezy and very vague project of the TV series had inflamed the spirits, and there is great anticipation for the open world video game Hogwarts Legacyset in the nineteenth century, by Avalanche Software and arriving by the end of the year for Windows, Switch, Xbox Series X / S – One and PS4 / PS5.
The popularity of Harry, Ron And Hermione remains very strong, eleven years after the last Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 (2011), although Daniel Radcliffe, to the intensification of these rumors, he had an ironically desperate reaction: he is not against a return of his character, but ten years seems a bit too short to him to recharge his batteries and have an actually different approach to the material. Sure it is that his reunion with friends Emma Watson And Rupert Grintin the recent special Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwartshas left its mark.
How much will he and his colleagues be able to withstand the pressures that may appear on the horizon?
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