Fans Shocked That Gary Oldman Not to Be in Order of the Phoenix

by Adam Kane, Wizard News Wizard

According to fan website, Gary’s manager contacted them and told them they don’t know yet if Gary will participate in the next Harry Potter Movie, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, as Sirius Black, Harry’s Godfather.

His manager said, “You will be shocked and surprised to learn that at this time there are no plans for Gary to appear in the next Harry Potter film. To say we are puzzled on this side about this is an understatement at the every least! You may feel free to post this info. If the situation changes, I will let you know. There would be no objection from me if fans wrote letters to Warners about this!”

Riitta Kettunen of, which covers all of Gary’s career, not just Harry Potter, says that most of us them at the site love the Harry Potter stories and movies and they loved the way Gary Oldman played Sirius in the third movie, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

So, now they’re asking your help and influence to get Sirius in next movie Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix and, of course, to make sure the part is played again by Gary Oldman. They echo the sentiments of Harry Potter fans everywhere in believing that Sirius’s part is extremely important, especially in Order of the Phoenix, and they believe that Gary Oldman’s talent is what is needed to play it properly.

The site is directing fans to this link to Warner Bros. to offer their support to Gary: You can also go to the site for more information.

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