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    If "Harry Potter" Had An All-Queer Cast, Here's Who Would Play Each Character

    It's Harry Potter and the LGBT takeover!

    Harry Potter β€” Chella Man

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    If you're not following Chella Man, what are you even doing?! The trans activist, model, and YouTuber turned actor is definitely engaging and beautiful enough to pull off Harry, IMO.

    Hermione Granger β€” Beanie Feldstein

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    She's charismatic, she's booksmart (get it), and she's gorgeous! Beanie would nail Hermione given the chance.

    Ron Weasley β€” Lucas Hedges

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    Can't you just imagine Lucas bumbling around with a broken wand, making silly jokes, and freaking out at spiders?

    Draco Malfoy β€” Troye Sivan

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    I mean, the hair alone is beyond perfect, but I think Troye would also bring an amazing queer energy to playing everyone's favourite antihero.

    Severus Snape β€” Billy Porter

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    Not only does Billy have hella range but he has that trademark Snape sass in spades β€” he would definitely hit you with a book, don't try to deny it!

    Albus Dumbledore β€” Ian McKellen

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    He's played a wizard before to infinitely quotable acclaim: There's really only one gay man for the job!

    Bellatrix Lestrange β€” Angelina Jolie

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    You know Angelina can play dark-sided, and she's got the British accent DOWN, so what are we waiting for?

    Rubeus Hagrid β€” Stephen Fry

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    In the nicest way possible, Stephen Fry has those gentle giant vibes just like Hagrid β€” amiright?

    Lord Voldemort β€” Andrew Scott

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    He's portrayed a villain before in Sherlock and it was VERY convincing. I think Andrew could just about manage playing the most powerful dark wizard of all time!

    Ginny Weasley β€” Indya Moore

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    Indya Moore can do no wrong and they would SLAP as Hogwarts' resident it-girl with all the magical prowess.

    Neville Longbottom β€” Ben Platt

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    Obviouslyyyy Neville's defining characteristic is courage, but he's also really lovely, and I think Ben totally embodies both of those things.

    Luna Lovegood β€” Josie Totah

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    If you've ever seen Josie act, you know she's a fabulous, scene-stealing cutie worthy of playing fan fave Luna.

    Minerva McGonagall β€” Sarah Paulson

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    Let's face it, Sarah can play anybody! But I believe she'd bring a certain je ne sais quoi to McGonagall for sure.

    Moaning Myrtle β€” Mara Wilson

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    It's time for Mara's big acting comeback! And this would be an ideal fit considering her background in children's book adaptations.

    Sybil Trelawney β€” Kate McKinnon

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    Can you imagine what Kate could do with this part, the genius character actor that she is?!

    Sirius Black β€” Ben Whishaw

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    The lovely Ben Whishaw definitely has the acting chops to make us all feel things as Sirius.

    Cedric Diggory – Ezra Miller

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    I know he's in the Fantastic Beasts franchise, but hear me out β€” queer actor needed for older, attractive student at Hogwarts. Who could be more perfect?

    Argus Filch β€” Alan Cumming

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    I'd love to see bi British icon Alan Cumming's take on perennial fool Filch.

    Professor Sprout β€” Miriam Margolyes

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    Because some things don't need to be improved πŸ˜‰

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