Fans Hope for Harry Potter Return After Rowling’s Cryptic Tweet


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Today’s post is going to be short and sweet with a longer post next week which will be the last blog post until Wednesday 12th November when the blog will return until Christmas!


This week, JK Rowling, who has recently become an avid twitter user, tweeted a very cryptic anagram which implied that there may be another Harry Potter film! Here is Rowling’s Tweet:

“Very busy at the moment working on a novel, tweaking a screenplay and being involved in @lumos campaigns. Back when I’ve finished something!” – @jk_rowling

Thousands of fans then started going crazy on both Reddit and Twitter, mistakenly believing that Rowling was suggesting there will be another Harry Potter film.

Immediately after the tweet was posted, fans started noticing that the letter were and anagram of the phrase: “Harry Returns! Won’t say any details now! A week off! No comment.”

It is now no secret that the tweet transpired that Rowling was referring to a new film focusing on the life of Newt. This will take place in New York, some 70 years before Harry ever step foot in Hogwarts. After realising this, fans were somewhat unhappy to understand that Harry wouldn’t
be making a comeback.

But the fact that Rowling is working a new project filled with the good old themes of witchcraft and wizardry is certainly no bad thing.

Come the cryptic tweets coming! They are so fun to try and decipher!

I’m sure Jo isn’t done teasing us fans yet! Before the new film is released I’m sure fans will be pulling their hair out trying to figure out what this new franchise will bring.

Moral of today’s blog post. If you want some pointers on teasing fans, go ask JK Rowling herself because she’s certainly good at it!

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