Oh my..not sure how I feel about this. One movie could be good. But three? Based on a 54 page textbook? I have had a love affair with the "Harry Potter" books since the third grade. The THIRD GRADE. I have loved the movies as they have been released too. This series is near and dear to my heart. I fear that this new "trilogy" in the making is a ploy for more money. With the installation of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Orlando, it just makes me wonder: is it all about money? Possibly. What do you think? Would you be interested in a movie trilogy based on the "Fantastic Beasts and where to Find Them" textbook? Do you think it's just a money grab? Or is Rowling really trying to give her fans more to love? Take a look at Negroni's take on this in the link below!
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Quidditch, the fictional sport from the Harry Potter series, is quickly growing into a full-fledged sport.
Since the release of the Harry Potter books and films, the sport is being played in Schools and Universities, with multiple teams competing. 208 more words
STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA — Everyone gathered on this field has read the books.
“Read all the books and seen all the movies,” adds Quidditch captain Hayden Applebee. 432 more words
J.K. Rowling’s 54-page textbook will be a movie trilogy, Warner Bros. 537 more words