Harry Potter: Ralph Fiennes (Voldemort) talks about his future in the saga

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Since Warner announced wanting to expand the Harry Potter saga, the wizard's fan base is in turmoil. A real success in cinemas, the adaptation in eight chapters of the magical universe of J.K. nearly $8 billion at the box office, making it one of the highest-grossing franchises of all time. Now, who says new Harry Potter moviessaid potential return of the characters we learned about. to know and to appreciate (or hate) over time… Including Voldemort!

Harry Potter: Ralph Fiennes (Voldemort) &eacute ;talks about his future in the saga

raLph fiennes leaving to return as voldemort? The actor RESPONDS   

No wonder the studios finally decided to produce sequels to Harry Potter, more or less abandoning Fantastic Beasts, given the success of the parent franchise in the face of to the prequel trilogy which is derived from it. Between starting a new saga, adapting the playThe Cursed Child, or producing a television series, the Warner Bros. spoiled for choice. The options for bringing the wizarding world back to center stage are wide, but it's all about getting the audience's expectations right… And to satisfy the fan base, what better way to bring familiar faces? During an interview with our colleagues from Variety, Ralph Fiennes revealed; if he would be ready to embody Voldemort again.

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Of course, of course. No doubt about it.

While this statement will please fans, Voldemort is not expected to return anytime soon. screen, especially not in a story set in the future. His death is confirmed, the sorcerer having been killed in The Deathly Hallows, Part 2. J.K Rowling also said in the past that the evil wizard couldn't even return in ghost form. The only way for him to return in Harry Potter would be in a meadow. what, for example on the events which led to the assassination of Lily and James Potter. But in which case, once again, it would probably not be in the guise of Ralph Fiennes, too old. And you, would you like to discover a new villain, or would you be happy to find Tom Riddle?