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By EW.com/DEVAN COGGAN
Jul 22, 2016 @ 2:30 pm
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It’s been 14 years since Harry Potter descended into the Chamber of Secrets to rescue Ginny Weasley from the clutches of Tom Riddle, and now, Ginny is returning the favor—by supporting Daniel Radcliffe at his off-Broadway show.

Bonnie Wright and director Chris Columbus (who helmed The Sorcerer’s Stone and The Chamber of Secrets) stopped by the Public Theater to see Radcliffe in his new play, Privacy. And, to the delight of Harry Potter fans everywhere, Wright shared a photo of the trio, writing, “Reunion! Congrats Dan on another stellar performance. Google is terrifying and I’m now scared to use my phone. Can say no more. Go see Privacy!

Chamber of Secrets reunion…” Columbus added on Instagram. “The future Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potter…”

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Radcliffe stars in Privacy as an introverted writer, exploring exactly how much our plugged-in society has invaded our personal lives. Not only are audience members encouraged to leave their phones on, but those phones play a key role in the actual story. 

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