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In this overstuffed second film in the five-part Harry Potter prequel series, every solved mystery unlocks another, every story begets still more.
The author believes her former personal assistant bought two cats worth 1,200 pounds, along with cosmetics and gifts, and took 7,742 pounds worth of foreign money from a safe.
Depp's casting as Gellert Grindelwald in the franchise had led to a huge uproar as he was accused of domestic violence by his ex-wife Amber Heard.
Serena Williams was deducted a point and received a USD17,000 fine, stirring the tennis world and sparking a broader debate about double standards toward men and women in the sport.
Rowling, the author of the wildly popular Harry Potter series, pointed out that Trump should have written "pore over" rather than "pour over".
The 52-year-old author took to her official blog to share the news.
Rowling tweeted a picture of the Windsor wedding crowd and placed it beside a photo of the crowd at Donald Trump's inauguration in Washington DC.
Professor Hicks teaches at Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, America's equivalent of Hogwarts.
The plot focuses on the relationship Harry shares with his son, Albus Severus Potter.
Amber Heard responds to JK Rowling’s defence of casting ex-husband Johnny Depp in new 'Fantastic Beasts' film
Warner Bros and JK Rowling had earlier defended the decision to have Johnny Depp in the new 'Fantastic Beasts' movie despite allegations of domestic violence that were leveled against the star.
Author J.K. Rowling, the screenplay writer of the sequel to "Fantastic Beasts" movie, says she is happy to have actor Johnny Depp in the film.
Politicians, Hollywood stars from all sides have rounded on Donald Trump for failing explicitly to condemn white supremacy groups' violence in Virginia.
Harry Potter author JK Rowling faces backlash after falsely accusing Trump of snubbing physically challenged boy
J K Rowling, who is known for being active Twitter, criticised US President Donald Trump on her handle for allegedly ignoring a 3-year-old-boy who was in a wheel chair.
Twenty years ago, on June 26, JK Rowling introduced the world to a boy with a lightening scar on his forehead, who would go on to protect muggles and wizards from ‘You-know-who’.