J. K. Rowling Reveals U.S. Version Of Wizards’ School
There was a time when J. K. Rowling’s Twitter account had nothing but her name. But now, one of the greatest author of all time is very much active on her Twitter account, shedding a hint or two about her upcoming projects. She even uses her Twitter account to comment on her thoughts about politics, and other social issues but this time she has revealed something what everyone who has ever read “Harry Potter” series might have guessed. A Wizarding school in the United States of America.
It’s been eight long years after the final “Harry Potter” book was launched and four years after the final “Harry Potter” film hit the theaters. And now, the magical author is all set to return the magical universe with the adaptation of the Wizarding World textbook, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.”
“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” will follow the story of a magizoologist, Newt Scamander on his travels around the world collecting the information on the magical creatures for his writing. The story will be set 70-years before the actual events of the “Harry Potter” series.
This Sunday, a fan asked a question to Rowling over Scamander’s adventures in America and in response to his tweet, Rowling said that Scamander is defiantly going to meet some people who has studied in an American Wizarding school and apparently the school is not in New York. When the other fans asked about the name of the school, Rowling just said “If I answer that fully it will reveal the location of the school.”
J. K. Rowling shed more light about the United States Wizarding School, “The name is of immigrant origin.”
“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” will mark the debut of J.K. Rowling’s screenwriting debut and we all are very excited to see the her magical world all over again. The film will hit release on November 18, 2016 and then we will finally get to know where in America is this wizarding school located.
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