After many versions traveling around the country and being well received by the audience, now the cult Harry Potter series has “docked” in Vietnam. This version of the “homemade” cast of characters has become the subject of a stir on social media in recent times because the impression is not inferior to any previous version.
Recently, a site called AIhugART has created a Vietnamese version of Harry Potter characters, with the support of artificial intelligence technology. Not only has the beauty changed (but mostly feels familiar) but the characters have also been renamed pure Vietnamese, making the audience extremely excited.
The Vietnamese version of the Harry Potter male lead is somewhat pale, lacking the inherent courage of the famous “survivor boy”. The guy will definitely have a hard time surpassing the group of friends of all beautiful men and women right here!
Still a much nicer version of Hermione than described in the original story. The most talented sorceress in the world Harry Potter looks quite gentle but still has wise eyes, probably will be good in many fields
The Vietnamese version of Ron Weasley has lost his freckles and smeared face, and instead has a beauty that surpasses his close friend.
Headmaster Dumbledore still retains his majesty, life experience, even reminiscent of seniors in swordplay movies.
Villain Umbridge looks quite luxurious in the usual pink clothes, but still has unpredictable lines true to the character in Harry Potter
Mr. Snape is quite closely adapted from the Hollywood movie, with eyes full of heart and drama, hiding the great acting of the person behind.
Mr. Moody looks a bit more powerful than the Hollywood movie version, in addition, his classic eyeglasses have been replaced unfortunately.
The funny thing is that in any version of Asia, Hagrid always looks like Vo Cong of the Land of the South. However, the Vietnamese version seems to be more bearded than the other versions
The main antagonist of Harry Potter – Voldemort looks more like a martial arts “last boss” than a cruel wizard, perhaps because he regrows his nose in the Vietnamese version
Professor McGonagall looks good, but is still powerful and has the ability to be second to none. But in this Vietnamese version, perhaps Miss McGonagall will be closer to Snape than anyone else?
Master Lupine of the Vietnamese version is still gentle and mysterious, but still very handsome. Not only turning into a wolf on the day of the full moon, the Vietnamese version may even have a talent for chewing glass!
Fortunately, the Vietnamese version of Neville Longbottom still contains shyness and introversion but is more handsome than the Hollywood version. Wherever this version goes, there will be rain, which also helps the plants and trees that he is passionate about taking care of every day.
Luna is still very pretty, lovely, but lacking a bit of mischievousness and weirdness. Perhaps instead of bullying her like in the story, her classmates will have to ask her to “return her mentality” because of this beauty!
There is finally a version that shows Ginny as beautiful as anyone in the story. However, she has a bit like Hermione, so Harry Potter needs to be alert!
The young Draco Malfoy is still very handsome but lacks his mischievous, sometimes cruel side. It is difficult to see the Vietnamese version of Draco going anywhere with Harry Potter
Without a doubt, Cedric is definitely the most handsome boy in the Harry Potter lineup. If the Hollywoood version had Robert Pattinson, now the Vietnamese version also has an equally impressive male version
Finally, the Weasley twins. The Vietnamese version looks a bit romantic compared to the Hollywood version, but surely this duo will still be a “comedy tree”, bringing a lot of fun to the whole movie in its spirit.
Photo: Warner Bros., AIhugART