In 2010, the “Harry Potter” saga ended in cinema. A moving farewell for the fans as well as for the actors and actresses of the saga. Daniel Radcliffe would even be ready to respond if a reboot was launched …
If the saga Harry potter ended almost ten years ago now, his universe continues to fascinate and expand. Fantastic animals and the play The cursed child are necessarily there for something. As for the actors of the cult saga, they regularly evoke these years which launched their careers. Tom Felton, for example, runs Draco Malfoy-style challenges on TikTok. Recently, Daniel Radcliffe, the essential interpreter of the wizard with glasses, had confided in the saga of JK Rowling. “I would probably like to play Sirius or Lupine if a reboot was started”, he said on August 2, 2021 in the podcast Happy Sad Confused.
You can imagine: these statements did not go unnoticed and many of his fans have hoped that a reboot of the saga Harry potter be considered by Warner. Obviously, an avalanche of rumors invaded social networks and Daniel Radcliffe was forced to clarify his statements. “I have never been contacted by anyone about a future Harry Potter movie or a series. I don’t think that’s something that will happen. But we’re never sure of anything now that I’ve said that. It is always much more amplified in the media than what happens in reality “, He explained this August 20, 2021, invited by SiriusXM radio. This time, we are fixed.es The reboot is not planned for now on the side of the Warner.
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‘Harry Potter’ actors and actresses oppose JK Rowling
If the actors of the saga Harry potter are very attached to films, many are those who have distanced themselves transphobic comments made regularly by JK Rowing. In 2020, for example, she shared an article on menstruation that totally excluded trans people from the topic. Daniel Radliffe did not mince his words in an editorial published by the association The Trevor Project. “Transgender women are women. Any statement to the contrary erases the identity and dignity of transgender people and goes against all recommendations given by official health associations, which have much more expertise on this subject than Jo or I. According to The Trevor Project, 78% of transgender people and non-binary youth reported experiencing discrimination because of their gender identity. It is clear that we need to do more to support transgender people and non-binary “, could we read.
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Ditto on the side of Emma Watson, who played Hermione Granger. The 30-year-old actress condemned JK Rowling’s comments. “Trans people are who they say they are and deserve to live their lives without being constantly questioned or told they are not who they say they are.”, she said on Twitter. Not sure that with such major dissensions, a new project is possible …