Warner Bros. and J.K. Rowling just showed the world how diverse they are by their ground breaking decision to cast Donald Glover, a talented African American actor, as the adult Harry Potter in the 2020 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child movie. J.K. Rowling has proven to be enlightened by liberal values as she disclosed many details from the Harry Potter series, shining the light on many intersectional qualities of her books long after their publishing.
Just because there was no indication in the books that Dumbledore was a homosexual doesn’t mean he wasn’t one – as evidenced by Rowling’s revelation over a decade ago. Furthermore, there was no indication in the seven original books that Ron Weasley was transgender, but she let the world know earlier this year.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is performed as a live play in New York with a diverse cast. Hermione Granger is played by an African American and J.K. Rowling has just signed off on a black Harry Potter for the Cursed Child movie in 2020!
Donald Glover will play adult Harry Potter in 2020’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child live action movie. Due to popular demand and overall confusion that the 8th installment of the Harry Potter series was performed in a play and not written as a traditional book or made into a real movie – many fans’ wishes are coming true. In the new 2020 Harry Potter movie, Harry Potter will indeed be black – which is totally fine because no part of the Harry Potter books and stories explicitly say that Harry Potter is a straight white male. For all we know, the first 7 books and 8 movies, Harry Potter may have simply been miscast.
The world needs a black Harry Potter. It’s time for the story to be updated with the diverse cast of characters J.K. Rowling intended from the start. In 2020, Harry Potter will finally see a black lead character. Stay tuned for more insider information about new Harry Potter revelations – for instance, did you know that Dobby and Lavender Brown may have had a polygamous relationship with Nearly Headless Nick? Only J.K. Rowling can confirm. NPC Daily will be the first to let you know!
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