There are rumors about a 'Cursed Child' film — and 'Harry Potter' fans are extremely upset

Accio more Harry Potter movies! On Wednesday, the New York Daily News reported that Warner Bros. may or may not be planning for a film version of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the Harry Potter sequel that debuted as both a play in London's West End and a book this summer.

The Daily News cited unnamed "tinseltown sources" who allegedly said Warner Bros. wants a movie version of the latest Harry Potter installment as early as 2020, and that the first choice to play Harry Potter is Daniel Radcliffe, of course.

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As fun as it would no doubt be for Radcliffe to resurrect a role he's spent his adult career trying to put behind him — Equus, anyone? — the Evening Standard reported Warner Bros. was shooting down the rumors, and had released a statement saying there are "no plans" for a film version of Cursed Child.

"Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a stage play, with no plans for there to be a film," the statement reportedly said.

Even if the rumors aren't true, it hasn't stopped Harry Potter fans from reacting to the prospect of a Cursed Child film — and it turns out, they're really, really upset about it.

Like, really upset.

Since Warner Bros. has flat-out denied the possibility of a Cursed Child film, no one has to throw themselves into the sun — yet.