J.K. Rowling has been pretty clear that the latest story in the Harry Potter saga, Harry Potter and The Cursed Child, will not be made into a film. The follow-up to Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows is set two decades later has been made into a best-selling book using Jack Thorne's script and an impossible-to-get ticket for the West End.
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Unsurprisingly, Warner Bros wants to make the book into a movie version, hopefully, to follow up on the success of both the play and their own movie series.
The New York Daily News reports that that studio has already voiced their interest in having Daniel Radcliffe reprise the role of Harry Potter in the films. It is all speculation of course, but there is more than likely some discussion about it.
Still, since J.K. Rowling probably has the final say in what happens to her world, Warner Bros might not get what they want.
Daniel Radcliffe also isn't too likely to want to reprise his role so soon, especially now that he has made a name for himself outside of the role. Warner Bros does have Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them coming soon - and two more in that series. The first is due out in November.
Of course, there is also the absolutely brilliant casting of Noma Dumezweni,