Harry Potter: A New Documentary Is On The Cards At WB
Harry Potter fans are in luck, as the beloved franchise will return, this time, in documentary form. We are so prepared Stephen Fry, which tells the audiobook of the series written by JK Rowling, will present Fantastic Beasts: an original story. The BBC documentary will be based on the set of films and secondhand books, which featured Eddie Redmayne and Jude Law.
Stephen said: “I couldn’t be happier to be part of this great opportunity for us. I think the magnificent animals of our world are more than a rival for them.”
By joining forces with the combined powers of the illustrious BBC, its magnificent natural history unit and the Museum of Magic Natural History, we hope you can get close to some of the most magnificent and extraordinary creatures we have seen so far.
‘The one-hour documentary will take viewers on a trip to London from Madagascar and Siberia. BBC Director Charlotte Moore said: “The BBC is known worldwide for its incredible natural history programming, and it is a pleasure to unite the natural world and the magical world on BBC One.”
Natural History Museum Will Cover The Documentary With A New Exhibition Based
If the Potterheads are much desired after the documentary, the Natural History Museum will cover them with a new exhibition based on the literature and the Fantastic Beasts franchise, Fantastic Beast: The Wonder of Nature, which will open in spring.
After The Release Of The The Last Book And Movie In The Series
Years after the release of the last book and movie in the series, the magic is still alive, with some of the members of the cast of HP meeting at the recent Sweet Breakfast. Tom Felton, who played Draco Malfoy in the franchise, was scaring fans with jealousy by uploading a photo with a couple of his old friends.
The star shared them with Emma Watson (Hermione Granger), Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood), Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley) and Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom), Daniel Radcliffe (Harry) and Rupert Grint (Ron Grint Weasley) Does not appear in any side. Hey, that’s the closest we have to meetings in a long time, so we’ll take it.