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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them films: The Harry Potter world never dies

J K Rowling is writing the script for a Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them trilogy based on the companion book to the Harry Potter series she had written in 2001. What can we expect from this trilogy, those who read the book? Can the Harry Potter universe ever die out?(hopefully not! 😀 ) Is J.K Rowling unable to stop in your opinion, and what does she gain from continuing?

  • I "accidentally" stole this book from my 3rd grade teacher (woops). I enjoyed it so much to the point I could list all the creatures mentioned and recite most of their entries, something I can still do to a certain degree. All that being said, I expect the film to be its own series. Unless J.K Rowling plans on doing a 'Planet Earth' type of series, the original book won't add too much content to the film, simply because there's not any narrative. – Austin 6 years ago
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  • The Harry Potter universe will never die out. It can't because there are two theme parks, a set exhibit in London, tons of merchandise, and hundreds of millions of copies of books sold in over 60 languages. I think the new works will of course not be the same as the original book series. Nevertheless it will still be good, whatever she comes up with. She is a master story teller, a weaver of ancient archetypes and themes that have been written about since the beginning of Time itself. It will be very exciting to see what she comes up with. I hope they are great addition to the world of Harry Potter. – Travis Kane 6 years ago
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  • If writing this topic it might be good to look at some of the pitfalls this movie could fall into if not careful. For example, if it goes against the Harry Potter lore and an it live up to audience expectations. I'm not saying this would happen, but it would be interesting to look at. – Tyler McPherson 6 years ago
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