The previously announced big-screen adaptation of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them will be a trilogy of films.
News of the Harry Potter spin-off which follows magizoologist Newt Scamander comes via a profile of Warner Bros.' CEO in today's The New York Times , six months after the initial announcement of the book-to-film adaptation.
It was previously announced that the fictional Hogwarts textbook would be turned into a film "franchise," but the number of movies was uncertain til now.Read more >
What if you could create a TV series set in the Potterverse? How would you bring Rowling's world to the small screen in weekly series?
An animated children's show about previously unknown adventures of the main cast
A kid-friendly live-action series set in the Potterverse, but not directly dealing with the novel/movie storyline
A series about the childhood adventures of James and/or Lily
A gritty adult-oriented show
... any combination of the above elements, or something else entirely?Read more >