Warner Bros. has dated J.K. Rowling’s first installment in the Harry Potter spinoff trilogy “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” for Nov. 18, 2016.
Warner Bros. topper Kevin Tsujihara revealed in March that the studio was following in the footsteps of “The Hobbit” franchise with three “megamovies” for “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.”
Tsujihara persuaded Rowling last year to revive the Harry Potter movie magic by adapting her Hogwarts textbook “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” for the big screen. Rowling wrote the 54-page book in 2001 between publication of the fourth and fifth Potter books.
Set initially in New York about seven decades before the start of the Harry Potter story, the films will follow magizoologist Newt Scamander. They’re not prequels or sequels, but an “extension of the wizarding world.” (x)
[During the exam season I find the only thing that can help me cope with my panic attacks is listening to the Harry Potter soundtracks]
also if you think Dumbledore kept Hagrid and let Remus attend Hogwarts exclusively out of compassion and goodness of his heart or whatever, and not because he needed extremely loyal half-giant and werewolf totally under his influence and guidance then
well okay but here are some questions:
1. why as soon as Voldemort disappeared Lupin was doomed to spend over a decade as a homeless man fighting for his survival, and only was given a chance of normal life (and a cure to ease his pain!) when Sirius escaped Azkaban
2. why Dumbledore who surely knew who opened the Chamber of Secrets never bothered to prove Hagrid’s innocence and kept him at Hogwarts as a gamekeeper with no right to use magic who never received proper education (when he could’ve been, I don’t know, next Newt Scamander) and then was sent to the freaking Azkaban (and he went to such length to prove Snape’s innocence, even though he was a Death Eater with a mark, so - you know - he can when he wants to)
3. why there were no more students hiding under the Whooping Willow during the full moon, surely Remus wasn’t the only one considering Fenrir Greyback alone specialized in attacking children - nevermind the rest of the werewolves
like, if you really think Harry was the only one raised as a pig for slaughter and it was such a special circumstance then you really should reread the books idk
things to think about
Harry Potter and the Seven Heavenly Virtues (part 2/2): Practicing the virtues is said to protect him/her against temptation from the seven deadly sins, each one having its counterpart. Due to this, they are sometimes referred to as the “contrary virtues.”
Harry Potter and the Seven Deadly Sins (part 1/2): Seven basic human vices that, when taken in excess, can be perceived as evil and could potentially harm, injure, or kill the person indulging in said vices, or anyone around him/her.
[[The Harry Potter fandom is one of the most messed up fandoms out there. They pride themselves on being “accepting” and “tolerant”, but if you like or dislike a certain character, house, book, movie, etc. they will rip you to shreds for you opinion (and don’t you DARE like Twilight either!) I’ve begun to pretend I dislike HP just so I won’t be associated with the rabid fans. I don’t care if its “Real to you!”, that doesn’t give you the right to bully people over a work of FICTION! Grow up.]]
[[ I’m an aspiring author, and my goal is to have people ship my characters with food, just like the Harry Potter fandom does.]]
[[i like to think that my patronus is a tiger or lioness, but it makes me genuinely sad that i’ll never know for sure.]]