Harry Potter films are some of the best selling of all time. The books and films have been read and watched by millions and millions people.
However, what if the films had been directed by someone a bit more leftfield?
But what if the Wes Anderson director of The Grand Budapest Hotel, The French Dispatch and The Fantastic Mr. Fox got his hands on the films.
Well, Lorenzo Green, who shared the work of Instagram user PanoramaChannel on Twitter much to the delight of many cinephiles.
A decade-long TV project which could JK Rowling her £16 million a year for a new dramatisation of her Harry Potter books, starring a new cast.
Rowling will take centre stage in the Harry Potter TV reboot, due to be released over a ten-year period, with each season based on one of her seven books about the child wizard.
As the show’s executive producer, she will even have the final say on the child actor who steps into Harry’s shoes.
Rowling recently took part in a seven-episode podcast called The Witch Trials of J. K. Rowling, described as examining ‘some of the most contentious conflicts of our time through the life and career of the world’s most successful author’.
At one point she says: ‘What has interested me in recent years, particularly on social media, is when fans say: ‘You’ve ruined your legacy. Oh, you could have been beloved for ever, but you chose to say this.’
And I think: ‘You could not have misunderstood me more profoundly.’ ‘
This thread is if Pixar made the films!