Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - WikipediaHarry Potter and the Cursed Child is the sequel to the original series penned by J. It was adapted into a play by Jack Thorne. Premiering in , the play has been a great success both in the West End and Broadway. Some of the characters are simply older versions of the ones we know from the original books and movies. But some are new. Other changes? Hermione is played by a black actress.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child [Part One]
I'm going to make a video discussing my feelings further! It was truly one of my favorite relationships in the book and I'm ecstatic it turned out the way I wanted it to. The first edition, as well, sprinkled with gr. He still has the Weasley red hair.So, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a lovely gift to every Harry Potter fan out there who has hoped and waited a long time to see their wizard friends again. Rowling said she "getting on a bit" in an interview and Hogwarts got a new headmaster after the Battle. Retrieved 29 October I refuse to accept this as part of the plot.
I'm happy with this addition. The script follows both Albus Potter and Scorpius Malfoy who like their parents before them are trying to find their place in Hogwarts. Harry: Albus, please - can we just - Albus:? But I'm super disappointed that it's so dissociated from the rest of the books plot-wise and that cyrsed was very underdeveloped.
Forgot your password. Retrieved 29 October Best Actor in a Supporting Role. This book is truly disappointing.
Full name Myrtle Elizabeth Warren, a former student at Hogwarts. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has received critical acclaim. I rather like little Scorpius, actually. Best New Play.
Amos is probably not a name Potter fans expected to ever see again, I mean who isn't, but here we are. Terrible writing I can let slide it's a play so I would expect the acting to salvage that but the plot was pointless, Albus is a whiny teenager: he has no idea how privileged? I don't know how well kids will appreciate the jokes about growing old and how Ron now says "oof" every time he sits down. YES .
From a nineteen year old captivated by Stephen Fry's complete reading of Philosopher's Stone on New Year's Day of , to a Potter obsessed undergraduate making a wand out of a twig and shoe polish for a Harry Potter party, to a slightly more jaded post grad getting together with an old friend to finish the series with a spectacular 24 hour reading and a slight sense of melancholy in , I can't deny Harry Potter has had a huge effect on my life as an adult. To add a new chapter to that story, reading through the script of Cursed Child with my new and absolutely wonderful wife seems extremely apt, as does writing this review. Cursed Child begins with that famous scene from the epilogue of Deathly Hallows with Harry, Ron, Hermione and indeed Draco Malfoy seeing their children onto the Hogwarts express. The story follows an unlikely friendship between Harry's middle son Albus Severus, and Draco Malfoy's son Scorpius, meeting on the train to Hogwarts in a scene that consciously mirror's Harry's first meeting with Ron and Hermione. One major thing which this story gets spot on and which I recognized instantly is the instant complexity and realism of its characters. Albus is the slightly overlooked middle child of a famous father, while Scorpius has to live with not only a father who is an ex-deatheater, but the suspicion of being thought the son of Lord Voldemort. The comradeship between two outcasts, and two boys who plainly find Hogwarts anything but the magical haven we're used to is one of the most lovely parts of the story, indeed I was a little sorry that the story quickly skips from Albus' first to his fourth year, and we see very few of his fellow students particularly since it might have given us a chance to see some other aspects of Hogwarts not noticeable in the books.