J.K. Rowling gives an even deeper look at 'Fantastic Beasts' with new Pottermore story!
What a time to be alive! "Harry Potter" is headed back to Imax theaters for one week only, a new Potter story is hitting the big screen next month, and J.K. Rowling just posted a new story on Pottermore!
The latest piece of writing is the final installment of the "Magic in North America" series, which explores the Macusa...Magical Congress of the United States of America. The story is packed with some really fun, and interesting facts about the the organization's place in America's history.
For example, the new Pottermore story goes on to explain how it decided to station its headquarters in New York City, revealing it was magically modified to be hidden from No-Majs...you know, the American term for Muggles. With the newest installment of the Harry Potter universe hitting theaters in November ("Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them"), this new story is the most useful.
Check out the exciting new look at Macusa in the video below!
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