J.K. Rowling Puts Down New Harry Potter Trilogy Rumors

Despite the fact that J.K. Rowling pointed out that the Harry Potter And The Cursed Child play would remain on stage and in books, reports are rousing that a new movie trilogy centered on the Harry Potter show is coming. Harry Potter fans around the world were gladly anticipating the nifty treat.

Anyhow, the rumor has been formally discredited. The British novelist tweeted, “I know a lot of people are looking for reasons to be cheerful today, but there is NO TRUTH to the rumor about a #CursedChild movie trilogy!”

Rowling made the revelation in the middle of the inaugural ceremony for Donald Trump, causing additional let down to a number of fans. Rowling said she regards the truth and gave virtual hugs to a follower who asked why the author did not leave to another time the announcement to debunk the rumor.

Looks like Potterheads will now have to wait longer to enjoy watching their beloved book characters on the big screen once more. Knocking tattles out, the writer of the famous Harry Potter series, also made it clear on her official website that the rumor is completely made-up. Rowling stated that there are no intents of adapting the stage play into a film in the near future.

The statement read on her official website jkrowling.com, “A rumor has made its way all the way into the press that Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will be made into a film – and not just one film! A trilogy, with Dan, Emma and Rupert returning to their original roles, to be released in 2026.”

The account continued, “I have no idea how these stories emerge, but to set the record straight once and for all: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a stage play, it was conceived and written as a stage play, it was always intended to be a stage play and nothing else, and there are absolutely no plans for it to become a movie, a novel, a puppet show, a cartoon, a comic book series or Cursed Child on Ice.”

Even if there are no plans in the works at this point in time, it’s not impossible to tell that Warner Bros. might be assessing the enduring prospect of its lucrative venture.

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