'Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them' Update: JK Rowling Updates Twitter Header With Hidden Movie Clues
Following the announcement that a new "Harry Potter" play was coming to London next year, JK Rowling has given her fans another treat this week. The critically acclaimed author has recently updated her Twitter header with a page of the "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" script hidden behind the initials of her name.
It is not every day that the popular author who introduced Harry Potter and the magical school of Hogwarts changes her Twitter header. So when she does, the fans automatically attempt to spot every little bit of significance from the photo into her notable works. This episode has occurred once again last night as JK Rowling updated her account's header, Hypable reports.
The author has recently uploaded a new header photo which features not only notebooks formed in the initials of her name but also some hidden clues for her upcoming movie as well. According to Radio Times, behind the R-shaped pad tactfully reveals a few information about Newt Scamander's adventures in the upcoming live-action adaptation of "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them".
The script that was included in the photo features the lines of a character named Jacob. Jacob was earlier predicted to be Newt's rival, with a few sources -including Variety -claiming that Michael Cera ("Superbad", "Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist") and Josh Grad ('Frozen", "The Wedding Ringer") are both competing to play the said role. The lines revealed in the photo also indicate that Jacob's character is involved in some sort of fight, probably cornered by a creature which attempts to drain the life/blood out of him.
The rest of the scattered pages which were also placed behind the big letters appears to be research notes on prosthetics probably for the author's other pieces, a list of crossed out page numbers , and some more hand-written notes that does not make sense (for now, presumably).
For the meantime, what is only confirmed is that the film will star Eddie Redmayne who will play the role of the main character, Scamander. As previously reported, he will be joined by Katherine Waterson who has been cast as Tina/Propetina.
"Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them" is being produced by David Heyman, producer of all eight blockbuster Harry Potter features; J.K. Rowling; Steve Kloves, who penned seven of the Harry Potter films; and Lionel Wigram, who served as an executive producer on the last four installments of the franchise.
Warner Bros. Pictures has the first "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" scheduled for a worldwide release in 3D and IMAX on November 18, 2016.