Harry Potter’s Bonnie Wright reveals why they don’t want a Revival or Reboot!
Bonnie Wright, who played Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter film series, has revealed that they don’t want a revival or reboot of J.K Rowling’s original films! Bonnie said, “I think it would be really hard for us to do it because we are all so different now and we’re at such different stages in our life.” Bonnie also explained her reasoning behind not wanting a reboot saying “You can’t recreate what was originally there. I’m sure if they did something else with it, then people would compare the two and say which is better”.
What Bonnie thinks about Harry Potter Movie Series Bonnie says that she doesn’t want a Revival or Reboot of J.K Rowling’s films! She explains this by stating: You can’t recreate what was originally there. I’m sure if they did something else with it, then people would compare the two and say which is better. Bonnie also explains that it will be hard to recreate what was originally there because they are all so different now and we’re at such different stages in our life.
About Bonnie Wright
Bonnie Wright is an English actress, best known for her role as Ginny Weasley on the Harry Potter film series. She played Hermione Granger’s younger sister in The Deathly Hallows – Part I (2010) and Part II (2011). Bonnie has been acting since age eight when she started performing with Reading Youth Theatre Company around Berkshire in England.
In 2007, she won the role of Bonnie in the movie Good Luck Chuck alongside Dane Cook and Jessica Alba.
On October 16, 1990, Bonnie was born to parents Wendy Wright (née Butter) and Peter Wright. She has four siblings: two sisters named Hannah and Sophie, a brother called Harvey, and another sister called Annabelle who died from an illness when she was only three years old.
Bonnie Wright’s Character in Harry Potter
Bonnie was cast in the Harry Potter film series from ages ten to fifteen.
She has appeared in six films: 2001’s Philosopher’s Stone, 2002’s Chamber of Secrets, 2004’s Prisoner of Azkaban, 2005’s Goblet of Fire, 2007’s Order of the Phoenix, and 2010-2011′s Deathly Hallows – Part I (2010) and Part II (2011).
In 2009 she won a Young Artist Award for her portrayal of Ginny Weasley.
Bonnie’s Thoughts about Harry Potter Revival or Reboot?
“I think we are all very protective over what is our childhood. So I can’t imagine being asked to go back there; at this point in my life,” Bonnie said; that it will be hard for them to recreate; what they had before because they’re all different people now with their own careers.
About Harry Potter
Harry Potter and Bonnie Wright have been best friends since they were small children. Bonnie was a classmate of Harry’s at Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry, an institution she attended from 1991 to 1998 so that she can graduate with him in Gryffindor House. Bonnie is the daughter of Wendy (Butter) and Peter Wright.* She has four siblings: two sisters named Hannah and Sophie, a brother called Harvey*, another sister who died from pneumonia when her name was Annabelle*
From JK Rowling’s imagination comes one of the most successful movie franchises ever! From Piers Anthony’s childhood memories come the Xanth series which captured readers’ imaginations worldwide! And now you can get the inside scoop on Bonnie Wright from Bonnie herself.
If you’re a Harry Potter fan, Bonnie has some advice for you: don’t ask too many questions about how she and her castmates feel about a possible revival or reboot of the series! In an exclusive interview with Bonnie’s Daily mail column, this actress revealed that “we haven’t been asked anything yet.” She then added that they also have their own thoughts and hopes on what it would be like if there was ever a continuation to JK Rowling’s wizarding epic in movie form. Bonnie explained: “I think I know pretty much everyone’s opinion now so we’ll see when we find out more information.
Will there be a Harry Potter revival movie or series?
This information is pretty much unknown! We can’t take a guess either. And even if the movie returns, the big question is “Will there be a new star cast altogether”?
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