to connectVideoJ.K. Rowling to release new Harry Potter e-books next month
The magic isn’t over for Harry Potter fans as author J. K. Rowling is set to create a new collection of short stories focusing on the Hogwarts School.
J. k. Rowling has hinted that a new Harry Potter film is on it’s way, sending fans into meltdown.
The author of the hugely popular books and took to Twitter yesterday to share a new picture of the death eater’s skull and a Slytherin House is the serpent.
With the addition of an “Evil Kid” movie might be in the way, ” she said alongside the image: “Sometimes, the darkness comes from unexpected places #HarryPotter #CursedChild.”
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The button and both blinds folded it was her first time in the six-month period of time, and therefore the fans took to these two factors, it is a sign they will be more and more of the “Evil Child” in the play, which premiered in London’s West End for more than three years ago.
Tweet below is her post, one fan wrote: “does this mean that there will be a #CursedChild film of the trilogy, with the original cast/trio reprising their roles? There you go, it’s about the #FantasticBeasts3?”
Another wrote: “WHAT does IT MEAN? OMG.”
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A third party posted a gif that said, “He’s back!!!!”
“The Cursed Child”, it is set 19 years after the end of the last Harry Potter film, and will follow Harry, Ron, and Hermione’s children.
The show opened on Broadway in New York city, and tickets have been in high demand, just as it is in London.
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In the first “Harry Potter” movie, which was released in 2001, starring Daniel Radcliffe in the titular role.
Seven of the subsequent movies followed, finishing off with 2011’s “Harry Potter and the Deathly hallows: 2.”
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A spin-off prequel series of films are now released on the big screen, beginning with 2016’s “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” starring Eddie Redmayne.
This article was originally published in The Sun.