News about Harry Porter and the Cursed Child

Still remember the Hogwarts trio who millions of us has grown up with?

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Nineteen years later, a new play based on an original new story by J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany, and Jack Thorne, will be presented on stage. And the main charterer, will change from the young Harry to the middle-aged Harry with his son, Albus Potter. The story will center on Harry, a now-overworked Ministry of Magic employee, as he “grapples with a past that refuses to stay where it belongs,” while his son, Albus Severus Potter, struggles with his family legacy.

Till now, everything looks perfect.

While the Cursed Child reveals first look at Harry, Ginny and Albus Potter in character, it has caused a stir at the time.

Could you still recognise Harry after 19 years ups and downs?

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The previous handsome guy is now… looks like this…

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Anyway, we are still thrilled to share character portraits of Harry, Ginny and Albus Severus Potter, as they will appear in the play.

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But for the Harry’s two best friends Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger in full costume with their daughter Rose Granger-Weasley…

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The years has not been kind to Harry, nor Hermione. They’re only supposed to be in their mid 30s? They must be drinking some bad water.

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Oh it reminisce me about the young Hermione.

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Reactions to the first cast accouncement, made back in December 2015, caused a stir among some dedicated fans of the original series, because the actors did not appear to show a likeness to the film’s actors.

J.K. Rowling has voted for the new character on Twitter:

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Even Emma Watson showed her support:

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After the spoiler appeared on Amazon, readers flooded the site with more than 2, 800 comments, many of them vicious rants. But all in all, this is a cheerful summer for all Porter’s fans to celebrate. We honestly wouldn’t be surprised if this play becomes the fastest sold-out show in West End’s history. Such is the power of J.K. Rowling.

Last thing but not least: Keep the secrets.

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