Good news for Potterheads! J.K. Rowling will pen yet another film for those in withdrawal after the conclusion of the 'Harry Potter' series. The British author announced that she'll make her screenwriting debut with 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.'
JK Rowling may have written her last words about Harry Potter, but that doesn’t mean she’s retiring.
The author’s new novel, ‘The Casual Vacancy,’ is set to drop Sept. 27.
Potterphiles, fire up your e-readers. On Tuesday, author J.K. Rowling finally made her wildly popular ‘Harry Potter’ book series available in digital format through her Pottermore website.
It’s been two months since author J.K. Rowling whipped Harry Potter fans into a frenzy by releasing only the most cryptic details about what would be on her new site, Pottermore.
Although the site doesn’t officially open to the public until October, there have already been over 22 million pageviews, and a million lucky people were chosen for a sneak peek and the opportunity to shape the website’s
Daniel Radcliffe knows a thing or two about Harry Potter. After all, he's played him for ten years in all the films. So when rumors started swirling that J. K. Rowling was going to write an eighth Harry Potter book, Daniel took matters into his own hands.