In a new piece profiling Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara, the New York Times reveals that J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter spinoff will at least be a trilogy.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
1920’s Harry Potter AU where the fabulous half blood Amelia Addington travels the world looking for all manners of interesting creatures and ends up writing a book categorizing them all which she writes under the manly pen name of Newt Scamander as the publishing houses aren’t too supportive of female adventure writers.
"It remains only to answer that question to which we all, in our hearts, know the answer: why do we continue, as a community and as individuals, to attempt to protect and conceal magical beasts, even those that are savage and untameable? The answer is, of course: to ensure that future generations of witches and wizards enjoy their strange beauty and powers as we have been privileged to do.”
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