After the great success that the action role-playing game Hogwarts legacy for the Harry Potter IP thinks Warner Bros. Discovery about other options after that Wizarding World to expand. A senior official at the company recently revealed that the universe will be expanded with more projects.
New Harry Potter movies, series and more on the success of Hogwarts Legacy
Things have been pretty quiet on the feature film front for the magical Harry Potter world movies lately. We probably will no fourth installment in the Fantastic Beasts series get to see more. Nevertheless, the release of “Hogwarts Legacy” has put some momentum back into the box.
With the game’s success, Warner Bros. Discovery has seen that the fanbase is still keen to see more of the Harry Potter world. Accordingly, according to new reports, plans are already being made to expand the universe of the Wizarding World in order to continue to capitalize on the success.
This has recently Gunnar Wiedenfels, CFO of Warner Bros. Discovery, at a conference held by investment banking and securities trading firm Morgan Stanley. He went into the fact that the “Harry Potter” brand is still relevant after several decades.
“Take ‘Harry Potter’ as an example, the Wizarding World. The fact that we are having such great success with the release of ‘Hogwarts Legacy’ 12 years after the last film came out shows that there are so many possibilities and we are just starting to expand them.
“The new “Harry Potter” tour in Tokyo is scheduled for the middle of the year. Long story short, I think this single company approach, strong leadership in each business unit coupled with coordinated franchise management, is probably one of the greatest opportunities for the company.“
According to him, fans can look forward to many more projects from the Wizarding World in the future. Be it films, series, games or amusement parks. This also coincides with the latest rumors that HBO is working on a series adaptation of Hogwarts Legacy. At the same time, one should Continuation of the game already planned be.