Publishing by Pottermore Pottermore Publishing is the global digital publisher of the Harry Potter series and Fantastic Beasts film tie-ins, as well as additional Wizarding World digital audiobooks and eBooks. The company was founded in 2013 by J.K. Rowling, Neil Blair, and Jason Netter.
Pottermore Publishing's offices are in London and New York City. Its president is Jenny Lord, who also serves as editor-in-chief.
The company publishes content annually on its website and in print form through Pottermore Magazine and Bookstores. It also releases audio versions of some of the material from the website through its Audible division. In addition, Pottermore Publishing has collaborated with other companies to produce merchandise based on the Harry Potter universe. These include toy brands such as LEGO and Funko as well as apparel companies such as Penguin Random House's Epic Clothing brand.
Harry Potter books have been best sellers worldwide since their release in 2001. They have been translated into 37 languages and have sold more than 450 million copies around the world. A movie adaptation of the first book in the series was released in 2011 and two more films are scheduled for release in 2019 and 2020. An animated series based on the novels is expected to debut in 2021.
Bloomsbury Publishing Group Mr. Potter
|Philosopher’s Stone (1997) Chamber of Secrets (1998) Prisoner of Azkaban (1999) Goblet of Fire (2000) Order of the Phoenix (2003) Half-Blood Prince (2005) Deathly Hallows (2007)|
|Publisher||Bloomsbury Publishing (UK)|
|Published||26 June 1997 – 21 July 2007 (initial publication)|
Warner Brothers Entertainment, Inc. J.K. Rowling and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. own the trademark J.K. Rowling's Wizarding World. Warner Bros. Entertainment provided materials from the Harry Potter film series and the film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. The original book series is published by Bloomsbury.
In 2004, Pottermore was launched as a website featuring articles written by J.K. Rowling about her creation of the Harry Potter books. In 2010, Warner Bros. announced the release of a new film series called Harry Potter And The Cursed Child which will be based on an upcoming novel by J.K. Rowling. The book will be published on July 16th 2016 by Little, Brown and Company.
In 2017, J.K. Rowling announced that she was retiring as an author but would continue as an "ambassador" for the Harry Potter franchise. She described herself as a "writer who happens to be famous", stating that she could not imagine living any other way than being able to create stories for a living.
She also stated that she does not plan to write any more novels but will continue to contribute to the future of the franchise through interviews, speeches and other forms of media.
Finally, she confirmed that Daniel Radcliffe would not be reprising his role as Harry Potter in any way beyond this latest movie.
J.K. Rowling Is Bringing Out Four New Harry Potter Novels. They also sound really wonderful. Pottermore Publishing, run by J.K. Rowling, is producing four new Harry Potter novels. The nonfiction eBook shorts will delve into the folklore and magic at the core of the Harry Potter novels. The first of these publications came out in November of 2013.
The series will continue with two more eBooks released each year starting in 2014.
Rowling has said that she writes the books in three months because it's such a big project to take on and she doesn't want to let her fans down. She has also mentioned that they are written in sequence so you don't have to read them in order but can just as easily start with the second or third book depending on what interests you most.
I think it's great that Rowling is willing to put so much effort into these books since a lot of people don't know this fact about her!
She isn't just writing some trashy romance like many other authors might do with their series characters. These books are based on folklore and ancient magic practices which makes them feel very different than anything else out there.
I'm definitely looking forward to reading them!
The Unofficial Ultimate Harry Potter Spellbook is a lovely, elegantly designed reference that lists all of the known spells cast in the Harry Potter films, novels, video games, and card games, as well as official Harry Potter spinoffs like Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. It's also a great resource for fans to share their own magic techniques.
This isn't an official product of Warner Bros., J.K. Rowling, or anyone else involved with the Harry Potter series. However, it does come highly recommended by readers who have used or want to use it as a guide to learn more about the many magical things that happen in the Harry Potter world.
"18" Rowling owns the U.S. copyright to all seven Harry Potter books. 9. Following the novels' extraordinary popularity, Warner Brothers acquired the exclusive cinematic rights to the complete series. 20. To far, six Harry Potter films have been released, and each of these films is protected by copyright. One cannot simply write new scenes for these movies because they are based on existing stories.
In 2001, J.K. Rowling was awarded copyright protection for the novel in the UK and other countries where it is published. This means that anyone who reproduces or communicates her work without her permission will be violating copyright law.
Harry Potter book series has been widely praised for its young adult (YA) fiction which includes topics such as witchcraft, magic, death, and romance. The books have also received criticism for their inappropriate content for children including violence, sexual references, and drug use. In 2007, the New York Times described the series as "the most popular children's series of all time."
Harry Potter and his friends continue to attract readers around the world. The first book in the series was published in 1997 and since then more than 150 million copies have been sold worldwide in 28 languages. It is the fastest-selling book series in history with over $750 million earned by J.K. Rowling alone. In 2004, Time magazine named Harry Potter among the 100 greatest inventions of all time.