Ralph Fiennes Says ‘Of Course’ He Would Reprise ‘Harry Potter’ Voldemort Role If Asked

Ralph Fiennes is prepared to get back to the wizarding scene as Master Voldemort. At the New York City debut of Fiennes’ new film The Menu on Monday, the 59-year-old entertainer let Assortment know that he would repeat his job as the Harry Potter establishment’s famous bad guy assuming the open door were to come thumping.

“Indeed, obviously,” Fiennes let the power source know when inquired as to whether he needs to play Voldemort once more. “No inquiry concerning it.” Fiennes’ response follows Warner Brothers. Disclosure chief David Zaslav’s Nov. 3 remarks that the organization would keen on make “something with J.K. [Rowling] on Harry Potter going ahead,” as indicated by Assortment.


In Fiennes’ new film The Menu, the entertainer plays an unexpected sort of reprobate in comparison to Voldemort as a puzzling cook at an exceptionally selective island eatery who creates a luscious setup of dishes — and evil turns — for his visitors. Costar Anya Taylor-Happiness told Individuals Monday at The Menu’s debut that acting with Fiennes “feels like a steaming shower.”

“It’s extremely soothing and it’s unquestionably cooperative,” she says of working with the entertainer. “It’s truly private in an extremely odd manner.”

Fiennes has offered praises to Taylor-Satisfaction during The Menu’s press visit, referring to the 26-year-old as “a wonderfully normal entertainer” at Individuals and Diversion Week after week’s photograph and video studio at the 2022 Toronto Worldwide Film Celebration.

“There are simply now and again when you feel the honesty of the individual you’re acting with and it truly helps you,” Fiennes said at that point.

“It truly raises your game in some way. What’s more, that’s what she has.”

The Menu is in theaters Nov. 18.