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J.K. Rowling won't say 'no' to more 'Harry Potter'
Can J.K. Rowling say goodbye to "Harry Potter"? Maybe yes, maybe no. Rowling had previously stated "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows" was her last chapter in the "Potter" series, but Oprah Winfrey took her show to interview Rowling in the U.K. today and asked the author whether she'd consider writing more books. Rowling now admits she's open to “an eighth, ninth, tenth” Potter novel, but made it clear it won't happen any time soon.
“I feel I’m done, but you never know," Rowling says.
More "Potter" novels wouldn't just make a legion of muggles happy, but Warner Bros. which has had an insanely profitable relationship with Rowling's creations on the big screen. No word yet, however, whether stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson or Rupert Grint would be open to returning to their longtime characters down the road.
[Left, Ralph Fiennes as Lord Voldemort in WB's "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Pt. 1."]