ByThomas Richardson™, writer at Creators.co
Writer and blogger and definite, self confessed movie addict- blog is bourbonterrapin.wordrpess.com
Thomas Richardson™

A few days ago J.K Rowling literally nearly broke the internet by posting a cryptic tweet to her Twitter account that read;

Cry, foe! Run amok! Fa awry! My wand won’t tolerate this nonsense.

The days proceeding this mysterious, odd 12 word tweet let all Harry potter, or more broadly, JK Rowling fans (Which is obviously a number in the millions) in on a mini adventure on Twitter that encompassed many hilarious solutions of what this anagram could be. At first, many early contributors theorised a suggestion of a new Harry Potter book. Then soon after a realization that this may actually be about the known Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them Short Story Published in 2001 by Rowling, and it was.

After many guesses and conspiracies, J.k let us in on the secret of this peculiar tweet, and we found out that the tweet is an anagram for 'Newt only meant to stay in New York for a few hours'. All i'm saying is that if one sentence of this already amazing sounding screenplay is anything to go by in terms of adventure, I am beyond prepared to see this movie in all it's magical glory.

Personally I was excited over these eventful past few days solely for the reason that J.k Rowling has been quite active with her tweetings, which can only be exciting!

I'm sure I will be posting many more articles about Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them and movie developments in the next 2 years. The movie, according to IMDB comes out some time in November 2016, which is a long time away. Unfortunate, but you cannot ever rush perfection.

So who do you think would be the best person to play the magical beasts zoologist Newt Scamander in the [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them](movie:1112558) movie series? Do you think the movies will be as popular as Harry Potter, the most successful movie franchise EVER? Your opinions are valued.


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