Harry Potter fans all over the world were heartbroken when J.K. Rowling  addressed issues about the possibility of a "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" movie. The author took to Twitter to address rumors about a possible movie trilogy.

Rumors about a movie came when journalist and historian Jim Hill, who is said to have good contacts in the film departments at Disney and Universal, said that he has heard that Warner Bros. has talked to Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint because they want this to be "Harry Potter: The Force Awakens," E! News said. Hill also said that the "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" trilogy is being eyed for 2026, two years after the Fantastic Beasts series concludes.

Rowling confirmed that Harry Potter's story decades later won't be turned into a movie. "I know a lot of people are looking for reasons to be cheerful today, but there is NO TRUTH to the rumour about a #CursedChild movie trilogy," the author said on Twitter, Entertainment Weekly reported.

Daniel Radcliffe has also has said before that he probably won't return for a role, should there be another Harry Potter movie. He said that, although he is not closing any doors, he would be happy enough to let someone else play the role.

Some fans remain hopeful that this could still change, and that "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" trilogy will turn into a movie, because authors don't really have control when a studio options the rights to their books. However, that is not the case with J.K. Rowling. The author has been heavily involved ever since the first Harry Potter movie.

Additionally, Rowling wrote the script for "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them," and Warner Bros. does not do anything without her blessing. J.K. Rowling has made it clear before that "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" has always been intended to be a play, not a movie.