If you're currently crying a river of butter beer over not being able to see J.K. Rowling's new play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, it's not all bad news; Warner Bros. may have just potentially bought the rights to turn it into a film.
So now that every Sally, Susan and Sam (oh, and Emma Watson), are raving over how bloody great the West End production of the Harry Potter follow up is, it's no surprise we've considered chopping off a leg in return for a ticket.
But it turns out we might not have to, after rumour has it Warner Bros bosses are considering turning it into a movie.
According to big movie sources, they've registered a trademark for the title Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, which means they own the rights for all future merchandise and, yup you guessed it, the potential to turn it into a movie on the big screen.
Seriously, can this just happen already? Seeing as tickets to the play are now apparently reselling for £950 a pair and we'd very much like to keep both our legs, this might be the only answer.
So, thoughts? Are you keen for another Harry Potter movie or what? Discuss with us over on our Twitter or in the comment box below, yo yo yo.