Harry Potter has captured the hearts of millions around the world. The seven-part movie series, based upon JK Rowling’s novels, featured Harry Potter, Ron Weasley and Hermione in their adventures at the school of magic Hogwarts. The film franchise was filled with every emotion, from their bond to Voldemort’s terrifying villain. Imagine the eight movies made by Pixar in animation. These AI-generated posters are too cute to ignore.
Harry Potter is the story of an orphaned wizard who was a gifted child. A letter from the School of Magic led him on the journey he had always wanted to take as he grew up with his cruel guardians.
Pixar animated movies are well known for the cute element, which is mixed with adorable characters and drama. The same can be seen on these reimagined Harry Potter poster. In the first poster, Daniel Radcliffe’s Harry and Emma Watson’s Hermione stood together at the Hogsmeade Station in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.
The second poster had Harry and Hermione flying on Buckbeak while Harry fought Basilisk in the Chamber of Secrets. The posters also showed Harry flying on his broom at the Triwizard Tournament with Dumbledore and a frightening Voldemort.
No Apto Para Muggles has shared some AI-generated images.
The fan page created these images with a lot of effort. It is refreshing and commendable. It makes us wonder how an animated Harry Potter movie series would look. The question is: Would Voldemort still be as terrifying in these films as he was originally?
Instagram user commented, “How beautiful everything looks,” and another wrote, “The chambers of secrets would make an excellent book cover.”
A third person wrote: “I think the animated Harry Potter films would look great.”
Many thought Voldemort was almost identical to the movie version. One person wrote, “I just love how Voldy is the movie Voldemort.”
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