Fans Created This Awesome Trailer About Voldemort’s School Days

Fan-made contents are getting better by the day. We’ve recently posted this amazing fan-made short movie about Darth Maul which shows what fans can do for the franchise they love. Now you can add Harry Potter fans to the mix with this awesome trailer for a young Voldemort movie.

Check out the clip embedded below:

The trailer was made by a group of Italian filmmakers known as Fresh Screams. While the fan-made trailer was made with no profit in mind, they do intend to get funding to actually make the film itself. Their Kickstarter page (which you can check here) have just started are currently looking to get €15,000 of funding.

Given that Harry Potter and Voldemort’s saga has finished, it would be interesting to explore Voldemort (or Tom Riddle) in his youth at Hogwarts.

Source: YouTube

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