Sunday, October 2, 2016

Be the light T-shirt to support LUMOS - available until Monday 3rd October

fantasticbeastsofficial: Join Dan, Katherine, Alison and Eddie from the upcoming movie, Fantastic Beasts, in supporting J.K. Rowling’s non-profit, Lumos, as they help the 8 million children around the world leave orphanages and get back to families. Get your limited edition ‘be the light’ here, only available until Monday 3rd October.

Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them: Music From The Motion Picture [12" Picture Disc] 
will be released on 4th November 2016. You can preorder here
J.K. Rowling Tops Hollywood Most Powerful Authors List
Big Number: 4.1 million copies of 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' sold in the first 10 days.
Even without the Harry Potter series and its blockbuster film run, Rowling would make the cut: a TV miniseries based on her first adult book (The Casual Vacancy), an upcoming BBC series based on her Cormoran Strike novels (published under the Robert Galbraith pen name) and a hit West End play (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child), the script of which became the best-selling book of the year so far. The Nov. 18 film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, set in the Potter-verse but without Harry, brings the biggest test yet for Rowling, 51, who penned the screenplay (her first) for Warner Bros.

The list also includes 'The Last Days of Night' author Graham Moore on the 21st place
...After winning the 2015 Oscar for best adapted screenplay for The Imitation Game, Moore set his sights back on the book he'd set aside: The Last Days of Night, a story about the rivalry between Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse during the invention of electricity. "The glitz and the glamour of Hollywood was amazing and fantastic, but I wanted to spend a little time quietly in a dark room finishing this novel," says Moore, 34. The Chicago native now is adapting Night, which has been on The New York Times best-seller list since its August release, with Game director Morten Tyldum attached and Eddie Redmayne set to star..

Eddie Redmayne and Benedict Cumberbatch Star in Battling Thomas Edison Films

...Looks like two films about an historic battle are about to go into battle themselves. According to Deadline, The Current War is aiming to go quickly into production this December, while cameras on The Last Days of Night are due to start rolling in January. - Read more

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