Harry Potter At Home: Daniel Radcliffe Reads First Chapter of Sorcerer’s Stone

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Harry Potter At Home: Daniel Radcliffe Reads First Chapter of Sorcerer's Stone

Harry Potter At Home: Daniel Radcliffe reads first chapter of Sorcerer’s Stone

After nearly 9 years since Daniel Radcliffe had made his last appearance as Harry Potter in 2011’s Deathly Hallows: Part 2 which was the eighth and final installment to the long-running franchise, Radcliffe is finally revisiting the J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World as he joins other celebrities including Fantastic Beasts lead Eddie Redmayne in a special reading event of the first book Philosopher’s Stone/ Sorcerer’s Stone. The special event is part of the Harry Potter At Home initiative that was launched to help bring the magic of Harry Potter to children, parents, and caregivers during the ongoing global pandemic.

Daniel Radcliffe is starting the event by reading Chapter 1: “The Boy Who Lived,” which is now available for viewing through the Wizarding World website and for listening on Spotify.

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Over the coming weeks, the other sixteen chapters of the first book will be read by familiar faces including Eddie Redmayne (Fantastic Beasts films), Noma Dumezweni (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child play), Stephen Fry (Narrator of Harry Potter audio books), and Claudia Kim (Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald) along with David Beckham and Dakota Fanning.

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In addition, Potterheads should expect more surprises and special appearances from across the Wizarding World ahead. Each will be reading different sections of this iconic book – with its themes of family, friendship, courage and overcoming adversity – to families around the world.

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Harry Potter At Home is the Wizarding World’s way of bringing Hogwarts closer to you, as we all continue to stay at home and keep safe. For parents looking for new magical ways to entertain their children during this time, they launched the Harry Potter At Home hub full of quizzes, puzzles, fun videos and features, along with contributions from our friends, UK and US Harry Potter publishers, Bloomsbury and Scholastic, alongside assistance from Warner Bros., Audible and our many library partners.

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