A team member on the set of Fantastic Beasts 3 has tested positive for COVID-19, forcing Warner Bros. to halt production on the third film in the franchise.
It looks like Warner Bros. is finally making moves to further expand the Wizarding World franchise! As reported in Variety, Warner Bros. has placed Tom Ascheim in charge of the extremely lucrative Harry Potter and Wizarding World franchise. In his new role, Ascheim will report to WarnerMedia chief Ann Sarnoff and will oversee the development … Continue reading Tom Ascheim Will Oversee And Expand The Wizarding World Franchise For Warner Bros.
According to new rumours, Warner Bros. is developing Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts spin-off shows for HBO Max...(Read More)
Will Warner Bros. attempt to compete with the likes of Disney+ by producing original Wizarding World content? We discuss the possibility and pitch our favourite ideas!!
From Harry's final showdown with the Dark Lord to Neville's outrageously badass speech, these are the five most iconic moments in Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows - Part 2!
From the heartbreaking opening to the thrilling motorbike chase and beyond, these are the five most iconic moments in Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows - Part 1.
Warner Bros. Games has announced that Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, the new augmented reality game from the creators of Pokemon GO, will officially launch this Friday.
Warner Bros. and Pottermore have officially launched the new Wizarding World website, which will offer fans new Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts experiences.
Warner Bros. Pictures has officially announced that the third Fantastic Beasts movie will be released in 2021, with production now set to begin next year.
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter will open the doors to Gringotts Wizarding Bank in April.
The WB Studio Tour has surprised Harry Potter fans by announcing that they will soon reveal a new attraction!
According to Deadline, Warner Bros. has delayed production on the third Fantastic Beasts movie to give filmmakers more time in pre-production.
For the latest post on The Blog That Must Not Be Named, I explore three ways J.K. Rowling could expand the Wizarding World after the Fantastic Beasts franchise.