Harry Potter fans have gone crazy like anything with the brand news of a series coming u in HBO Max. The book series written by the stellar J.K.Rowling, whose work was criticized very recently owing to the various interpretation of her Harry Potter franchise books were made into blockbuster movies which we just can’t stop swooning over.
The film franchise starred Daniel Radcliffe in the title role of Harry Potter, Emma Watson as the beauty with brains Hermoine Granger, and Rupert Grint as the best friend who is just there when you need him all-time in the title lineup.
Series in the works
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HBO Max is in the backdrop of developing a live-action series based on the thrilling book series by J.K Rowling. Truly something that continues to inspire us, Rowling has managed to weave a niche of magic aura around us and made us believe in magic like never before.
The WarnerMedia-owned streamer is planning it all out to bring the never before books out live on the small screen and is on the lookout for writers who can truly weave the magic.
Early-stage meetings are being conducted for discussing the already formed broad ideas and inspiration is clearly sought to not lose the magic that Rowling has created in her books.
It is all magic
The thriller book series was published between 1997 and 2007, quite a life honestly. Rowling’s success story of getting her book published after it was let down by multiple publishers and finally getting accepted is a story that all aspiring writers need.
The book series was a major hit like never before with over 450 million copies sold worldwide, translated into over 79 languages, and distributed into more than 200 territories. The series has broken all records ever made and truly made the fans yearn for anything like before.
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, the book and the movie titled the same was the first book in the series of the franchise and is truly where it all began. The movie released in 2001 depicted the story of a young orphaned boy who finds that he is a wizard truly on his 11th birthday when Hagrid, the character which we just can’t just stop loving even now.
The movie franchise ended with two back-to-back movies released in 2010 and 2011 which were the final books in the series; Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
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