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Potter may make come back
Author JK Rowling says "never say never" at possible Harry Potter come back
JK Rowling has admitted that she may not be done with Harry Potter after all.
The author has said that despite not having any current plans, she may well write another Harry Potter book in the future.
She said she thought the wizard's books were over, but "never say never".
If she does write another Potter story, it's unclear whether Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson would star in it.
Radcliffe jokingly said that he'd made Rowling swear she wouldn't write another Harry Potter book, as he thought 10 years playing the same character were enough and Watson has revealed that she almost quit the franchise when she was 16.
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