Walmart seems to think so.
According to US retailer Walmart, EA's upcoming Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows video game will support Kinect on Xbox 360.
The game was listed as a launch title available as part of Walmart's Kinect bundle - the controller plus a choice of two games for $200.
Those following Kinect and or Harry Potter will know that EA hasn't announced the new game as being Kinect compatible, and it doesn't sound like EA is ready to confirm it either.
An EA rep told G4tv: "We have not made any announcements or comments on this at this time."
There's no word on PS Move support, but should Kinect compatibility turn out to be accurate, surely PS Move support is a given.