With the hype of “Fantastic Beasts” getting bigger by the day, here’s a little something else to get you even more excited!
Pottermore continues to ramp up promotions for “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”. The Pottermore Correspondent has posted a chat with Dan Fogler, who seems to have quite a soft spot for co-star Alison Sudol.
With just another four months to go until “Fantastic Beasts and Where to the Find Them” graces our cinema screens, Pottermore has kindly shared an exclusive interview with two of the movie’s main actresses, giving us an insight into how they prepared for their characters.
Since we first learned about Ilvermorny, the American wizarding school, we’ve all been longing to know more about the school, as well as learn the identity of the four Houses. Well, finally we’ve got our wish. Today, Pottermore has revealed the history of the school, as well as the names of the four Houses!
Fans may currently be obsessing about the newly released portraits of Ron and Ginny Weasley from “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”, but that doesn’t mean that we don’t still have a big ol’ soft spot for Rupert Grint and Bonnie Wright, who portrayed them in the “Harry Potter” films. What better way to reminisce on their “Potter” days than to watch them face the gauntlet of the Pottermore Sorting Hat?
Ever since January, fans have been hoping for more information regarding Ilvermorny, the North American wizarding school. Initially, we hoped J.K. Rowling would reveal more about the school’s location and structure in her new writings about magic in North America, but the school was barely mentioned at all. Now, apparently impatient, hackers have allegedly investigated Pottermore’s source code to get new details.
It’s not hard to believe that the addition of the “Harry Potter” audiobooks to the Audible library last November has been extremely popular.