JK ROWLING and one of the stars of the Harry Potter films have dropped hints that the boy-wizard stories could yet carry on beyond the Deathly Hallows.
"I've always said "never say never" because I don't know," said Rowling today.
Last month Rowling revealed she has plans for books eight and nine in the series.
Back then, she indicated that if she put pen to paper on the Potter series, she'd come up with either a prequel or a sequel set some years after the end of Deathly Hallows.
It's possible Rowling has been talking to some of the stars of the film about her plans. James Phelps, who plays Fred Weasley, said:
"For this generation of the wizard world that's probably it, but I don't know whether she'll do an earlier version or a much later version."