posted by Pensieve_Seeker
posted by deedragongirl
Hi guys, since I had read the book and even written a review of it. So, here are my personal opinions on whether of not it should be make into a film despite that it was meant to be a play.
It Should Not Be A Film
Since the passing of Alan Rickman, it would be difficult to portray him as Professor Snape as a sign of respect to the actor who has passed on yesteryear despite he is only feature in one scene during the play.
It Should Be A Film
Unless if they get the original choice, Tim Roth to play Professor Snape in one scene, I'm sure that the film will be magical like the play.
They would use special make-up on the original cast of Hermione, Harry, Ron, Ginny and Draco as adults. I would be looking vooruit, voorwaarts to see the original casts be part of the film again!
The Wizarding World Revisited
So, do u want the play to be translated into a film like the vorige Harry Potter adaptations? Please commentaar and tell me on what do u think?
posted by Slytherinlife
Slytherin the house of apparent "evil." If u think about it the kids in Slytherin that went with Voldemort granted probably went with him because they were sick of being rejected. Nobody wanted to be vrienden with the Slytherins and automatically assumed them evil not to mention the fact that some were pressured door their parents such as Draco. Nobody considers the fact that his dad abuses him mentally and is often rough with him so nobody knows what happens behind closed doors.In my opinion people are way to quick to judge Slytherins without considering their pasts and the pressure put upon them.Thefore,Slytherins may be meer misunderstood than bad.
posted by randomgirl3000