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HBO's Harry Potter series teaser updates us on new cast

Sam Cawley

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HBO's Harry Potter series teaser updates us on new cast

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Warner Bros is teasing a casting update for the new Harry Potter reboot series, which will premiere on HBO in 2025/2026.

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The upcoming series will once again tell the tale of the famous book series, completely disregarding the films. While it’ll follow the same plot points it’ll tell the story in a different way as well as make some changes to the cast to promote greater diversity.

Check out the teaser trailer for the series below

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Fans have been relentlessly begging Warner Bros for more details regarding the reboot, with the most demand being for an update on who will play some of the most iconic characters in Harry Potter, as well as the chosen one himself. There’s been a lot of speculation that some actors from the films will reprise their roles, and some even believe actors like Daniel Radcliffe will return, but through cameo appearances.

Warner Bros has released a few teases, promising the show will give fans the chance to enjoy the series in a totally different way to the films, and that it’s believed the TV series will last for decades.

Now HBO CEO Casey Bloys has said the company is "delighted to give audiences the opportunity to discover Hogwarts in a whole new way.” He went on to say Harry Potter “is a cultural phenomenon and it is clear there is such an enduring love and thirst for the Wizarding World.”

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When talking about the development of the show, Bloys said they’re having “conversations with a number of different writers” to figure out who will lead the show, and that casting will be “tricky” since “the kids are on the younger end, around 11 or 12” in the first two books.

Nevertheless it’s an exciting development for fans, as it’s clear the show is aimed to be a faithful adaptation of the books they’ve come to adore over the years.

Topics: Harry Potter, TV And Film, Warner Bros

Sam Cawley
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