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There are few things we love more than Harry Potter (except maybe Riverdale), so when we hear an exciting bit of HP-related news, we just have to share it with everything. There could be another Harry Potter book lurking in JK Rowling's closet!
The author has revealed there's a secret manuscript written on one of her dresses in her wardrobe at home. In an interview with CNN, JK revealed she wrote pretty much an entire book on one of her dresses for her 50th birthday and Halloween party.
She apparently asked friends to attend the party dressed as their own "worst personal nightmare," with hers being a lost manuscript. Very dark…
"I wrote over a dress most of that book," she explained. "So that book, I don't know whether it will ever be published, but it's actually hanging in a wardrobe currently."
OK. So it may or may not be a Hazza P story, and we're not sure it will ever get published, but we NEED to get our hands on that book/dress somehow.
In other wizarding world news, more details about the Fantastic Beast and Where To Find Them sequel have emerged. According to Metro, Warner Bros Studio admitted on Monday, "the film expands the wizarding world, moving from New York to London and onto Paris."
They also revealed that the film will be set in 1927, and pick up a few months on from where the first film left off: "After Newt [Scamander] helped to unveil and capture the infamous Dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald."
This post was written by Ruby Norris. It originally appeared on our sister site, HeatWorld.