The Drowned Tale novel was originally written by JG Ballard in 1962 as a dystopian tale where solar radiation has melted the polar ice caps and caused worldwide flooding. Now, Harry Potter Executive Producer, David Heyman, and Heyday Films have signed the rights to the novel to produce a film adaptation for Warner Bros.
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With November’s FART challenge upon us, we have compiled a list of six books that have been projected onto the big screen with extreme accuracy.
We finally have a release date for the live-action version of “The Little Mermaid” as well as a first look at the Chicago International Film Festival.
This week we have the red band trailer for “The King’s Man,” an appeal for support from Stephen Fry, and a new role for Jason Isaacs!
The Toronto International Film Festival has announced more films for this year’s event, and there are a lot of features from Wizarding World alumni.
Run out of TV to watch in quarantine? Check out these shows specially curated for your Hogwarts House.
You’ll be (not at all) shocked to learn that more movie dates have been pushed back this week. But we also have an inspiring “Desert Island Discs” interview with Samantha Morton in MuggleNet’s Casting News, plus much more.
Dan Fogler teases some “Fantastic Beasts” 3 details in a recent interview. There are rumors of “Harry Potter” fan favorites making an appearance in the film.
We’ve got a slew of new trailers for you this week that range from the unnerving to the downright disturbing. Plus, find out what macabre role Daniel Radcliffe and his on-screen dad, Adrian Rawlins, shared more than 20 years apart!