Fans of the world of wizardry ala “Harry Potter”, you ain’t seen nothing yet until you’ve seen an American Hogwarts. Uh huh!

A couple of days ago, “Harry Potter” creator and author J.K. Rowling took to Twitter to field a Q&A sessions with fans, where she dropped major hints about the upcoming spinoff, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them“. As exciting as it is to have J.K. Rowling personally handpick your questions to answer, the excitement hit an all-time high when she teased the existence of what could be an American Hogwarts.

As seen in the tweets above, she held back some details but still pretty much confirmed the school’s existence. Hence, it wasn’t enough for the fans to survive on. And as such, hardcore “Harry Potter” followers tried to pry for more details out of the author by asking about Newt Scamander (played by Eddie Redmayne), the main character of “Fantastic Beasts”.

Note: Newt Scamander is a fictional magizoologist, who travels around the globe in a mission to document the natural behaviour and habitat of all magical creatures. In the “Harry Potter” universe, he is credited as the author of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”, a textbook used by 1st years of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

One follower asked if Newt is going to visit a school in New York:

 

In case you didn’t know, “Fantastic Beasts” is set 70 years before the events of “Harry Potter” and will follow Hogwarts alum and magizoologist Newt, who ends up in New York. The upcoming spinoff, which will be part of a trilogy, will be directed by David Yates with a screenplay by Rowling.

You ready to visit the American Hogwarts? “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” is slated to be released on 18th November 2016.

Sources: J.K. Rowling’s TwitterHuffPost Ent.

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