Why A ‘Harry Potter’ Reboot Is A Terrible Idea
Harry Potter is an extremely popular series of movies based on an extremely popular series of books. It is so popular that a Harry Potter reboot seems inevitable at some point. Even Daniel Radcliffe seems to think so.
Yet is it a good idea? In a way, it would make sense. It would almost be a shame for such a popular series to not get some kind of revival. The story is great, the characters are intriguing, and the world is expansive.
There’s so much to explore in a potential reboot but many may wonder if a revival would be a good idea in the first place. Find out why a Harry Potter reboot would be a terrible idea, ahead.
Why might ‘Harry Potter’ reboot?
Reboots and remakes seem to be popular right now. It would make sense for a series like Harry Potter, one that’s become a pop culture phenomenon, to be rebooted. Despite how much fans may love the original movies, a reboot would make sense from a cultural standpoint. If we are in an era where revivals are trending, why not reboot Harry Potter?
Though many fans would probably have something to say about it, many others might be excited. After all, more Harry Potter magic is always good. As the story is so rich with interesting and vivid details, there would be a lot of material for any reboot to work with. The story wouldn’t even necessarily have to only focus on Harry himself as there are so many fascinating secondary characters in the books and movies.