Why J. K. Rowling Should Write All the Fantastic Beasts Books Before the Movies


If you grew up with Harry Potter , then you will be well familiar with the elation of a new book coming out, the hours spent cuddled up in your favourite spot, relishing every moment, re-reading the book, and then counting down the days and praying for the next one.

The film adaptations were greatly loved by many who had not read the books.

Why J.K. Rowling ought to write all the Fantastic Beasts books before the movies

Last year, cinemas released Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, I know the story was written in at least part by J.K. Rowling. The film was enjoyable, kind of different to Harry Potter, but good. I saw it whilst visiting my family in Washington State. I am anxious to see what happens next!

But think about this: If J.K. Rowling were to write the books, no matter if they are kind of short, people would get to re-live the excitement. They would sell well, more people might watch the movie, and the charity that benefits from Fantastic Beasts would clean up.

Here is what I know about the second, Jude Law is playing the part of Dumbledore as a transfiguration teacher at Hogwarts, we get to see Hogwarts and a lot of it is set in France.

Maybe we will get to see more of Madame Maxime

or some past behind Fleur Delacour. I don't know. They reckon it will be released November 2018, and there will be 3 more films to follow.

Tell me what you think about her writing more books. Do you think her writing days are over and she should be lucky to be doing films, or is she withholding treasure from the world. Bear in mind most people did not like Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, I read the plot summary and felt that it was like dissing on the memory and character of Harry Potter. I do not see the same excitement at all. A critic said he wished he could scrub it from his memory. Maybe Rowling struggled with using the same characters and trying to make people feel the same as they did with her other books and failed from the difficulty of the task and needs another chance. I believe in more than one chance.

Why J. K. Rowling Should Write All the Fantastic Beasts Books Before the Movies
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