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J.K. Rowling's cryptic Harry Potter tweets have been solved

The author’s hints drove Twitter insane.

J.K. ROWLING DOESN’T use Twitter that much, but when she does, she uses it right.

Yesterday, the Harry Potter author posted a cryptic tweet that sent fans into a frenzy trying to figure out what it meant.

The general consensus was that it was an anagram, but FOR WHAT?

Some immediately jumped to the conclusion of a new Potter book

But Rowling was quick to send people down a different route, pushing hysteric fans in the right direction

But we have a winner, take a bow Emily Strong

Fans of the series will identify this as a nod to the Harry Potter spin-off book Rowling wrote for charity, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. A textbook from the world of Hogwarts, the book follows zoologist Newt Scamander on his adventures, one of which is through New York.

harry-potter-spinoff-movie-fantastic-beasts-and-where-to-find-them Source: Comicbook

Rowling is currently working on the screenplay, and it looks like we’ll be seeing it sooner than later, and we now know it’ll be set entirely in New York. IMDB currently has the release date as November 18, 2016.

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