Author JK Rowling announced four new eBook shorts of Harry Potter. The first two books, Harry Potter: A Journey Through Charms and Defence Against the Dark Arts and Harry Potter: A Journey Through Potions and Herbology, will be published on June 27.
Daniel Radcliffe, who catapulted to fame after playing the title character in the film series based on JK Rowling's books, told in an interview that he is certain that someone else will play this role in the future.
There is no release date for Fantastic Beasts 3, but before this update, the Wizarding World movie was expected to release in 2020 since the first film came out in 2016 and the second one came out in 2018.
JK Rowling has already started work on the third film of Fantastic Beasts series. The second film in the Fantastic Beasts series, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, will release on November 16 this year.
This year, JK Rowling tweeted how she too felt sorry for killing arguably the most adorable character in the 'Harry Potter' series - Dobby, the house elf. No sooner did she post it, Tweeple poured heartfelt reactions on the micro-blogging site.
A student from Haji Public School, Jammu and Kashmir wrote a heartwarming letter to the renowned author JK Rowling after getting inspired by her life and achievements. And the 'Harry Potter' creator gave her a pleasant surprise.
Feelings might be private but they also resonate. Affiriming this, recently JK Rowling shared a poem written by a 15-year-old student on Twitter. Titled, When I Was a Kid I Waited, the poem was shared by Louis' teacher Kate Clanchy from Oxford, UK.
JK Rowling always had the perfect words. Her books comforted us and provided us with a timely assurance that no matter how things appear, in the end virtues triumph and goodness wins. But apart from these she also had the most fascinating take on love, failure and on life in general.
Twenty years ago, on June 26, 1997, JK Rowling introduced us to the magical world of Harry Potter, and let's just say it changed our lives. The seven-part series that Rowling created for us, with intricate details was a world we refused to leave. By the end of it we were all at Hogwarts.