Despite her controversial tweets against the trans community, JK Rowling is a long way from scrapping the upcoming TV series Harry Potter -announced by HBO Max in mid-April- will allow you to keep up with what’s happening in the entertainment industry, including cast selections.
The author of the original books will serve as executive producer on this project; The same man who wants to re-adapt the original saga about the young wizard with the lightning scar more than ten years after the conclusion of the successful series of Warner Bros. Pictures films. As such, there will be a whole new cast that will bring Harry, Ron, Hermione and other popular characters from the wizarding world to life. And according to recent reports, Rowling will be the one to have the “final say” on the cast and actresses selected.
According to Alison Boshoff of The Daily MailSources assured him that JK Rowling “will be personally approving all major castings for the next series.” Harry Potter. Additionally, it’s been speculated that the author could make up to $20 million a year for both her involvement in the project and the rights to the original material.
The British portal also assures that the show will be filmed until next year, because by then it would be certain who will embody the much-loved characters in Rowling’s novels; tedious process that acc Inside the magicit will happen “sometime in the next nine months”.
“Max’s commitment [la renovada plataforma de streaming de Warner Bros. Discovery] Maintaining the integrity of my books is important to me,” Rowling commented days ago (via). “I look forward to being a part of this new adaptation, which will allow for a level of depth and detail that only a long-running television series can offer.”
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Casey Bloys, CEO of HBO and Max, stated last month that the series Harry Potter will have a high budget similar to that of game of Thrones And house of the dragon; The latter cost about $125 million in its first season (via THR). “It will be of this magnitude or larger,” the executive promised. “Whatever it takes to make a quality series.”