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Daniel Radcliffe predicted the remake of “Harry Potter”.

by Stewart Cole

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Warner Bros. is currently presiding over two of fantasy’s most beloved franchises and is doing everything in its power to destroy them both. One is by JRR Tolkien The Lord of the Ringswhich will soon get another batch of film adaptations and the other one is by JK Rowling Harry Potteris going to be turned into a TV show.

As we try to wrap our heads around the possibility of both franchises making an ill-fated live-action date, Elijah Wood broke his silence on the news for more Lord of the Rings movies, while others have unearthed an old Daniel Radcliffe interview that now sounds eerily prophetic.

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2023 is shaping up to be a very good year for gamers around the world, but it seems that Tears of the Kingdom is already destined to take home that GOTY award.

Daniel Radcliffe knew this Harry Potter remakes were inevitable and he tried to warn the rest of the world as early as 2019

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Daniel Radcliffe knew this Harry Potter It wasn’t a story to be left alone, so he predicted the advent of remakes in an old interview. Speaking to IGN a few months later Fantastic BeastsAt the premiere, the star said: “I’m sure there will be another version of him. I know I’m not the last Harry Potter I’ll see in my life – we already have a few more.”

Behold, Warner Bros. he’s actually trying to turn this seven-book series into a TV show with an all-new cast. As far as we’re concerned, though, Daniel Radcliffe is and always will be the boy who lived.

Elijah Wood is completely overestimating Hollywood by hoping for the new Lord of the Rings it’s not just a cash grab

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In a recent profile run by GQ (per IGN), Elijah Wood admits to surprise at the new announcement Lord of the Rings movie theater. And while he acknowledges that the main goal is to make money, he hopes that the studios will be able to maintain that sense of reverence for Tolkien’s creation, as Peter Jackson did.

“It came out of a passion for these books and a desire to see them come to life,” he said of Jackson’s trilogy, where he played Frodo Baggins. “And hopefully that’s ultimately what drives everything forward with whatever these next movies are. I just hope it’s the same motivational factor at its core.”

Something tells us it won’t be.

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