A new report from CineEurope gives us some clues about the locations audiences will see in “Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore” next year.
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Check out these magical infographics showing the top “Harry Potter” searches across the United States of America! From books to curses, see what “Potter” knowledge your region was looking for on the Internet, and whether or not it matches what you’ve searched for yourself!
American “Harry Potter” publisher Arthur A. Levine announces his departure from Scholastic as he prepares to launch his own independent publishing house.
Looks like instead of seven “Harry Potters”, we’ve got multiple copies of the book set.
Readers from the United States finally get their hands on “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”.