How we'd love to use the Polyjuice Potion and sneak into Warner Brothers to find more about the upcoming Harry Potter spinoff!
In a recent interview, Warner Bros. President of Creative Development and Worldwide Production Greg Silverman revealed that J.K. Rowling has no deadline to submit her script for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them:
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Could we be getting even MORE Harry Potter spinoffs?! It looks that way.
Warner Bros. hasn't just trademarked the title for the upcoming J.K. Rowling-penned Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them.
Now that the creator has given her blessing on textbook spinoffs, the Warners have quickly also snagged the movie TMs for Quidditch Through The Ages and The Tales of Beedle The Bard!
OMG! We could potentially keep the magic going forever! But what will the other two films be about?
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Undoubtedly, those were the words on every Muggle's lips this morning when it was revealed by J.K Rowling herself that a new flick was in works set in the universe of the world's most beloved wizard, Harry Potter.
The author is expanding the universe for the first time with her screenwriting debut, telling the story behind one of Harry's Hogwarts textbooks, Fantastic Beasts & Where To Find Them! Even though the movie acts as neither a prequel or sequel to the famed series, we have a feeling that some of Rowling's most beloved characters will still manage to make an appearance, even with the film set 70 years before Harry's time!
As we started hyperventilating at the news of the new wizarding flick, we can only imagine what die-hard fans are feeling right now.
We imagine it looks a little something like this….
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J.K. Rowling put a real Confundus charm on us!
After making a beloved name for herself as an author by writing the already classic Harry Potter series, she chose to give that name up and write under a pseudonym!
Why would she want to hide her lumos under a bushel like that? It was all about the work being judged on its own. She says:
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Where’s an invisibility cloak when you WANT one?!?
With nary a mention of Muggles, Quidditch, or Horcruxes in Robert Galbraith’s The Cuckoo’s Calling, a murder mystery book about a down-and-out private dick that was published this past Spring, somehow the Sunday Times in London still detected Harry Potter-like shadow cast upon its pages.
After a little sleuthing of their own, the newspaper discovered that Robert Galbraith was none other than J.K. Rowling writing undercover!
Upon the revelation being made public, Jo said:
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“The one I miss the most, beyond any character, is Dumbledore. He was a strange character because I always say I wrote him from somewhere in the back of my brain. He would often say things I didn’t know I believed. But once I saw that Dumbledore had said them, I thought, 'Oh yeah that’s right, that’s true.'”
- J.K. Rowling, on the character from Harry Potter for whom she misses writing the most, to Charlie Rose
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Maybe J.K. Rowling misses all the fighting now that He Who Must Not Be Named has been defeated, because she just opened up a can of
whoop literary criticism!
The Harry Potter author was at an event in NYC celebrating the launch of her new book, an adult novel called Casual Vacancy.
During the audience Q&A section, a fan asked what the difference was between the sex in her new book and in the megahit 50 Shades Of Grey. She said:
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