The creators of the franchise “Harry Potter” will shoot the sequel – the plot will be developed in 20 years after the events of the picture “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”.
Revealed the plot of the next film of Harry Potter, which should become the sequel of the first eight installments of the franchise. It is reported portal We Got This Covered.
The new picture will occur 20 years after the events shown in the second part of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”. It is noted that the work on the project will be back many actors from the original lineup.
One of the main characters of the new series of films about the Wizarding world will be the daughter of the villain Volan de mort. It is assumed that she will attempt to resurrect his father. In addition, it is expected that the film will begin a series about Albus Severus – son of Harry Potter. The Company Warner Bros. he sees great potential in this character and hopes to make him the main character of the franchise.
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It is also reported that the author of the books about the wizard J. K. Rowling is working on the script. But the release date of the film on the big screen is currently not known.
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