J.K. Rowling Slipped Some Criticism of America Into the New Fantastic Beasts Featurette
J.K. Rowling just rolled out new Fantastic Beasts footage, which spends most of its time introducing us to our new protagonist, Newt Scamander. But hidden inside was a single dialogue exchange that paints a dreary picture of the wizarding community in America. We’re not at Hogwarts anymore, muggles.
Produced by Christine Nguyen, written by Matt Johnston.
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