New Harry Potter film could be in the works as Warner Bros boss hints 'there's a lot of fun and potential there'

A new Harry Potter film may be in the pipeline as Warner Bros boss teased 'there's a lot of fun and potential there'.

The film franchise released eight widely popular movies between 2001 and 2011 and the CEO of WarnerMedia Jack Kilar hinted the magical world of Hogwarts could come to the fore once again.

Jack was at a Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecommunications conference when he spoke about the future of Harry Potter, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

He said: "There's this little thing called Harry Potter, which is one of the most beloved franchises.

"We're incredibly thankful to be able to partner with JK Rowling and so I would argue there's a lot of fun and potential there as well."

The franchise has already seen a spin-off in the form of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find them in 2016.

This was followed by Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald two years later and three more films in the franchise have been planned.

Despite the reports of a potential new film Harry Potter film, last month Hermione Granger star Emma Watson's agent revealed the actress "is not taking on new commitments", which lead to retirement rumours.

Watson has gone 'dormant', her agent reportedly told the Mail on Sunday

There hasn't been any formal announcement from Watson over the interpretation of the agent's comment.

Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe recently revealed he is 'embarrassed' when he looks back at some of his scenes in the movies.

Speaking to Lord of the Rings star Elijah Wood in Empire magazine, he said: "It's hard to separate my relationship with Harry from my relationship with the films as a whole.

"I'm incredibly grateful for the experience. It showed me what I want to do with the rest of my life. To find out early on what you love is really lucky.

"I'm intensely embarrassed by some of my acting, obviously [laughs], but yeah, it's like asking, "how do you feel about your teenage years?"' 

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