Part 2 in theatres in July Rowling herself, the author who has so much left to give to fans who are always eager to hear more.
In the eleven years since her announcement, people have been debating this topic over and over again. Many people are so smug about it. They always suspected it. Was it not obvious, really?
And how progressive is JK Rowling for including a gay character who is not only a powerful wizard and prominent character, but is actually absolutely crucial to the entire series!
Suspicion is not confirmation. Assumed obviousness is not canon. Including a gay character and only mentioning it in the aftermath of having written all the books and then not including it in the movies is not progressiveness.
For JK Rowling, and many of her fans, Dumbledore has been gay for a long time. Then why is it that time and again his sexuality gets erased? Instead of, for once, moving along with the time and actually making an attempt to cater to the diverse audience of Harry Potter, to listen to their voices, and to make an attempt at making Harry Potter an inclusive franchise, Yates and Rowling have opted to… not be explicit.
That would clearly be going too far. And to make matters worse? Instead, they say well, maybe… in the future. The year is You get no cookies for your faux progressiveness and faux inclusivity.
And I, for one, am not sitting through your straightwashed portrayal of Dumbledore. Sign up to The Kids Are All Right to receive news and recommendations from the world of kit lit and middle grade books.
By signing up you agree to our Terms of Service.Dec 22, · J.K. Rowling isn't slowing down. If anything, she's speeding up. The Harry Potter author had an incredibly busy , between helping craft the story for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, a.
Feb 11, · LONDON — If you're still unsure about whether the eighth Harry Potter book is a novel, or when exactly it's going to be set, J.K.
Rowling has some blunt words for you. Seeking to return to the beginning of a writing career in a new genre after Harry Potter, J.K. Rowling chose to write crime fiction under the pseudonym of Robert Galbraith to be published without expectation or tainted critique.
Sep 27, · the harry potter books are amazing and the best theyre the perfect books for me but sadly im done with them and i feel as though the charecters in the books are my bestfrnds aswell as the books themselves.
j.k. rowlings writing,i think, went along with the age that harry is in a book the books also get a diffrent sort of humor after i think.
In the days running up to the release of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in book Why some fans really dislike JK Rowling's new script Child would indeed be the last part of Harry Potter. When Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows came out in , author J.K. Rowling was pretty insistent that the seventh installment had closed the book on the adventures of the Boy Who Lived.