Is Harry Potter getting a sequel? Jason Kilar raises speculation, hinting at ‘potential’ of the franchise

Speculations about J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter getting a sequel have come up. Check out what WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar has to say.
Is Harry Potter getting a sequel? Jason Kilar raises speculation, hinting at ‘potential’ of the franchise
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Jason Kilar, who is the CEO of WarnerMedia, opened up about the success of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter earned with its 8 movies in an investor’s conference held on Thursday. The Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecommunications held a virtual conference. Harry Potter, which is jointly controlled by Warner Bros. and J.K. Rowling, bagged the world’s attention with extraordinary filmmaking and the director’s unique vision to bring fantasy novels to life.  The franchise has become a favorite amongst people of all age groups and has transcended cultural boundaries as well. 

Referring to the movie franchise as the ‘most beloved franchise’ he expressed his gratitude to the author J.K. Rowling saying, “we're incredibly thankful to be able to partner with J.K. Rowling and so I would argue there's a lot of fun and potential there as well," Kilar explained in the virtual conference. Although the CEO did not get into the details regarding the development plans, based on speculation, Warner Bros. may be planning on expanding the Harry Potter franchise by putting a live-action TV series in early development at HBO Max. 

Moreover, it is also being said that Warner Bros. could be developing a new film based on the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child stage play. Discussion about possible sequels for Harry Potter came as Kilar talked about the ‘creative fortunes’ going forward for Warner Bros. The recent remarks by the Warnermedia chief left us with curiosity about what comes next. Although, Kilar hasn’t made any confirmations publicly yet.

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