Today, JK Rowling revealed that she's going to be writing the screenplay for some new movies set in the Harry Potter universe. They'll star a gentleman named Newt Scamander, author of the Hogwarts textbook "Fantastic
"Harry Potter" readers have longed for a continuation of J.K. Rowling's boy-wizard series, namely in the form of an eighth book. That pipe dream isn't happening yet, but Rowling does have one more spell to cast: Warner Bros., the studio behind the
More than two years after the last film in the eight-picture series about the iconic boy wizard hit theaters, Warner Bros. announced Thursday that it will release a "Harry Potter" spinoff of sorts. Rowling is set to pen her first screenplay, “Fantastic
J.K. Rowling will pen a series of new movies set in Harry's universe, beginning with 'Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them.'
Fantastic Beasts, with its looser space within the Harry Potter canon, will also allow Rowling and her chosen director more freedom to mould the storyline to the cinematic medium. The Potter films often ignored or skipped over essential episodes in the