Back in 2007, JK Rowling, the mastermind behind the hugely effective Harry Potter tales mentioned that the seventh novel, "Harry Potter plus the Deadly Hollows," would be the very last within the series.
But now she appears to be changing her tune just a bit.
On Friday, she revealed on “Oprah” that the characters are even now incredibly a lot alive in her head and she “could definitely” pen a handful of a lot more tales concerning the boy wizard and his friends.
Unfortunately, she appears to be operating on other projects on the second and does not plan on revealing a fresh guide any time before long, but at the least lovers may be assured that it’s not completely off the table.
“I’m not going to say I will not,” she reveals.
That is quite a relief for lovers worldwide who heard the well-known creator say, “It's surely time to cease.”
“I don't wish to write anymore Hogwarts guides,” she has previously mentioned.
But thinking of individuals guides have created Rowling one from the richest ladies in Britain, it’s no shock that she may perhaps wish to preserve proceeding. The series has sold more than 400 million guides worldwide, and ticket gross sales for the equally - if not a lot more – popular films are through the roof.
Warner Bros., the studio chargeable for bringing the sci-fi tales to your big screen will before long be releasing “Harry Potter plus the Deathly Hollows” in two components. (After all, they considered it was the very last movie!)
Portion one is due out on Nov. 19 and lovers have to wait till July 15, 2011 to catch the ending.