During a press conference for Alfonso Cuaron’s ‘Gravity’, the 52-year old founder of Heyman Films said that “it’s not Harry Potter per se, but the world of Harry”, assuring fans that they were in for a treat, Metro.co.uk reported.
JK Rowling had announced last week that she would be penning her first screenplay for the spin-off which revolve around Newt Scamander, the man who wrote the fictional textbook used by Harry and his pals in their ‘Care Of Magical Creatures’ lessons.
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