Warner Bros. planning to turn ‘Harry Potter’ studio into museum!

Washington: Warner Bros. is apparently planning to expand the Harry Potter business in the coming months.

The Wall Street Journal reported that among other things, it is planning to convert the London studio where the eight films were shot into a “museum-style” tourist attraction by April.

The reports also said that the studio is preparing to release ‘Deathly Hallows Part 1’ in 3D, but apparently only on home video.

Further the studio has plans to join with Sony and Potter creator J.K. Rowling to develop a new website called Pottermore.com.

One thing the studio does not plan to do, the Journal said, is produce another Potter movie, although it does not rule that out, either.

“If Jo [Rowling] doesn’t write another Harry Potter book, there isn’t going to be a new Harry Potter movie,” Contact music quoted Jeff Robinov, president of Warner Bros. Pictures Group, as telling the newspaper.


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