I've read all of the Harry Potter books(including the script for Cursed Child and screen play for Fantastic Beasts)at least twice. I've seen all of the movies more times than I can count. I've been to the Wizzarding Worlds in Florida and Japan and currently, I'm listening to the audio book version of the series for the first time. I just finished HP and the prisoner of Azkaban - SO GOOD! So, yes. I'm a big fan of the series. I'm always amazed when people here or on other theme park fan sites state that Harry Potter is not an enduring IP. That in a few years it will be unpopular and forgotten about. I have to think this comes mostly from people who have only seen the movies. They are wonderful, but the books are so great.
What is it that makes some believe it's not going to be popular going forward? I just can't get enough. Thanks!
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