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Sorry Muggles, Witches and Wizards, Tom Felton has revealed he doesn't think the cast will ever reunite for any more instalments of the franchiseBy Dumbledore
Harry Potter star Tom Felton has revealed he doesn't think the cast will ever reunite for any more instalments of the franchise. Tom has expressed along with fans who don’t see the need to update the original franchise.
Speaking to various sources, Felton was asked if he thought the cast would do another movie.
"How much you offering?" he answered.
"I'm joking. I don't think it will be reprised, to be honest with you.
"I think it was a wonderful eight chapters, and everything that needed to be done was done. I think they'll take it further on in their own direction, but we're all still immensely proud to be part of it."
The actor, who played Draco Malfoy, also added that he was happy to see how the Potter fandom is still growing.
"It's great to see it's been past down from generation to generation," Tom said. "But I can speak for the cast when I say we're very grateful for all of the support that's come our way over the last decade."
Tom shared a photo of himself standing beside a pic of Draco Malfoy from the first Harry Potter movie, The Philosopher's Stone, and poked fun at how much he's changed over the years.
Pointing at the poster of young Draco while also wearing a Slytherin cape, Tom wrote: "Agings a bitch".
Slytherins are to take over Hogwarts and Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Celebration of SlytherinBy Dumbledore
The house known for its ambition, cunning and links to dark magic. For the first time ever, visitors will be welcomed into the Great Hall dressed to celebrate a Slytherin victory of the House Cup, complete with a grand feast and original banners from the film series suspended from the enchanted ceiling. Fans will also get to "discover secrets behind the costumes and props belonging to the most sinister of Hogwarts houses."
Alongside the tribute to Slytherin, the Studios Tour will still offer all of its usual magical sets and props, whether you want to wander through the Forbidden Forest, check out Snape's Potion class, meet magical creatures or even re-create some of the special effects which were used in the films.
Keep your wands at the ready, more details are to follow…
From 3rd April to 6th September 2020. Tickets for the Studio Tour will cost you £47 and must be pre-booked here.