If there is a saga of films that managed to remain in the collective memory over the years marking different generations, that was undoubtedly Harry Potter. The story of the most famous magician in the world was starred by Daniel Radcliffe, who also featured Emma Watson as her best friend, Hermione Granger, and Rupert Grint as her heart brother, Ron Weasley.
However, it has been several years since Harry Potter it closed its cycle and the trio of magicians dissolved, taking, the three, a separate path. For his part, Watson moved away, at least for the moment, from acting, Weasley made different films like his great friend Daniel Radcliffe. Even so, even though they did not form the cast again today, they all have a great friendship.
However, last year the name of the films they starred in and the main actor, Radcliffe, were on everyone’s lips again and not precisely because of a happy situation. This is because, through social networks, the British actor confronted the original writer of the story, JK Rowling, who launched a series of transphobic tweets that not even Daniel could bear.
So much so that, for more than the former Harry Potter He clarified that, between him and the one who changed his life forever, that is, JK, there is mutual respect and there is still a beautiful relationship, it seems that it is not entirely true. Is that, according to what transpired, the interpreter would be analyzing being the wizard of Hogwarts again with one condition: that Rowling is not present during the films, something that, if true, would put Warner Bros in a discord: choose between its star or its creator.
Even so, the producer should only analyze this situation in the event that they decide to capture the book Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on the big screen since only if the writer is not involved could they count on Daniel Radcliffe. In any case, neither Warner nor the two protagonists of the scandal confirmed or denied the news.
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