Warner Bros has just announced the release date for the Harry Potter franchise spin-off film, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. According to the announcement, the film will be coming to the US on November 18, 2016. Additionally, it was revealed that it will be the first in a newly-planned trilogy of spin off(…)
It seems that J.K. Rowling’s previous comment about Hermione and Ron’s relationship as “wish fulfillment” and that Harry and Hermione would have been the more logical choice were blown out of proportion, as now that the full transcript from the interview where the quote was taken from shows that the author isn’t completely disapproving of(…)
During a recent interview with Wonderland Magazine, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling let it slip that she now believes that the more logical choice for the romantic aspect of the series was to have Hermione ending up married to Harry, instead of Ron.
Mightygeek (and hundreds of other entertainment websites) has already covered the news about Warner’s planned adaptation of Fantastical Beasts And Where To Find Them, but it seems like it’s not the only Harry Potter spin-off that the studio is planning, as Bleeding Cool has just reported that the studio is currently shopping around and snagging(…)
Harry Potter producer David Heyman has recently taken time out of his busy schedule in order to talk about the announcement regarding Warner’s upcoming Harry Potter spin-off, Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, describing the project as “very, very special.” “I can’t talk really about it yet,” said Heyman, a stalwart of the Potter(…)