I really liked reading the script for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child ( and have written all about its similarities to Star Wars: The Force Awakens ) and think it’s teeming with cinematic potential. However, a quickly produced film adaptation leaves a lot of money on the table. It’s why you won’t see a Hamilton movie for a long, long time. As long as a stage play is still packing houses and generating demand, you don’t make a film version that lets everyone see it. That’s just basic business. Daniel Radcliffe isn’t taking the thought of another Potter movie seriously yet and neither should you.
On one particularly bad night in an abandoned inn, Ron angrily demanded to know why Harry was smiling as he read an old book they'd scavenged from Flourish and Blotts. Harry looked up at his furious friend and found himself explaining his conversations. Ron just stared at him for the longest moment and said "You're barmy" and walked away from the fireplace. Harry followed his friend into the darkness. He could barely make out his friend's large frame in the dim light, and when he put his hand on the redhead's shoulder, he found it was shaking. Harry turned him around and saw tears pouring down his friend's face. Harry hugged him while his friend cried for the first time since The Burrow was burned down.
He received an Outstanding on his Defense Against the Dark Arts OWL and Exceeds Expectations in; Potions, Transfiguration, Charms, Herbology, and Care of Magical Creatures. Those are top grades he was only one of twelve students able to make it to advanced Potions and Minerva McGonagall herself complimented Harry on his Transfiguration OWL. "I was pleased with your Transfiguration mark, Potter, very pleased." I understand that your trying to get across that Harry isn't perfect we get that but, your also not doing him justice which isn't fair.