I’ve never read the books but judging by the quality of the films it’s hard to believe Rowling got as much money as she did for writing them
Ah well, there’s no accounting for taste I suppose – or lack thereof as is the case here.?
Nominated by: Colin Murray’s Brain
In the follow up series, Harry’s kids go to Hogwarts, they don’t have any houses for the students to join like Griffindor or Slitherin – to give them a sense of fraternity – no they all get together in a one size fits all group.
They don’t do spells anymore because Health & Safety say that’s too dangerous, instead they post things on SpellBook where it’s one tap of a wand to like it.
They don’t play Quidditch either for the same reason, opting for a communal game of roll the soft ball along the floor instead (where every gets a star for just turning up).
Readers familiar with the series will also notice that Hogwarts no longer bares any resemblance to the Hogwarts of old any more as a mass of characters from Terry Pratchet’s Disc World have now taking up residency there courtesy of the free movement of magic agreement.
The first 3 parts have alread been penned with movies shortly to follow:
1. Harry Potter Jnr and the Transgender witch (or is it warlock) conundrum.
2. Harry Potter Jnr and the mysterious SpellBook dislike.
3. Harry Potter Jnr and the muggle lives matter SJW.
Casting begins early next year with Harry being played by Idris Elba, young Harry junior by Jaden Smith with the main baddy reportedly to be played by the affable Hugh Bonnaville.
Nominated by: Rebel without a Cunt!