Harry Potter: Warner Bros Discovery boss teases ‘development’ of new Wizarding World adaptations

Gerhard Zeiler, head of Warner Bros Discovery International, has hinted that new Harry Potter adaptations could be in development.

The media executive spoke at RTS London’s keynote address where he outlined future plans for the company, which included a focus on some of Warner Bros.’ biggest franchises.

Corresponding meetingZeiler told attendees that the company “will likely focus more on developing franchises,” and highlighted the big “tent poles” that the company hopes to build upon.

Alongside Harry Potter – which Warner Bros has already adapted into a successful film series, as well as the less successful spin-off series Fantastic Beasts – Zeiler also highlighted game of Thrones and direct current as core franchise properties for the future.

While he didn’t give any details on possible Harry Potter-related projects in development, the prospect of a TV series has actually been floated in the past.

In 2021, it was rumored that a Harry Potter TV series was already in the works (although Warner Bros denied the rumors were true).

Last year, Daniel Radcliffe revealed which Harry Potter characters he would like to play in a hypothetical remake of the hit wizarding film franchise.

The actor has previously claimed that he believes the series will be re-adapted at some point in his lifetime.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/harry-potter-tv-series-films-b2176180.html Harry Potter: Warner Bros Discovery boss teases ‘development’ of new Wizarding World adaptations

JOE HERNANDEZ

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