No one will take those away from those of you who enjoy sitting on a crowded lawn with sweaty people and the humidity smothering you like a warm, moist blanket as you watch Breakfast At Tiffanys. Don’t you worry about that. That’s going to happen next summer and forever. We’re just proposing that there be a fall outdoor movie series as well. Why should Summer People have all the fun? Think about it: sipping on your Pumpkin Spice Latte (and hey, maybe put a little rum in there? It’s AUTUMN, time to feel alive)… and there you are, sitting on your fleece blanket with your flannel-clad boyfriend who has made his seasonal transition into Mr. Autumn . He’s hugging you, but not in that suffocating way that typically makes you want to run very fast in the other direction because god he just loves you too much it’s weird… just in a sweet way that takes the slight chill away from the air. And as you melt into the warmth of his body, you realize this is the best time you’ve ever had watching Nightmare On Elm Street. And it’s funny, isn’t it, how in this golden Autumn light he looks a bit like Ryan Gosling in The Notebook?
10 Incredibly Filthy Jokes You Won’t Believe Are Hidden In Children’s Movies
But at some point, Harry Potter could seem old hat and thats not something that Warner Bros. wants to see happen. So execs had three choices: reboot the franchise, come up with sequels or spin off part of the Potter world into a new movie. Without books to support the new stories, the upcoming movies could be a tougher sell for Warner Bros. Harry and friends wont appear at all in the new movies which will be set in New York 70 years before Harry Potter heads to Hogwarts. The new stories will also net video games, merchandise and enhance Rowlings website, Pottermore . Heres Rowling on the upcoming franchise: It all started when Warner Bros. came to me with the suggestion of turning Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them into a film. I thought it was a fun idea, but the idea of seeing Newt Scamander, the supposed author of Fantastic Beasts, realized by another writer was difficult. Having lived for so long in my fictional universe, I feel very protective of it and I already knew a lot about Newt. As hard-core Harry Potter fans will know, I liked him so much that I even married his grandson, Rolf, to one of my favourite characters from the Harry Potter series, Luna Lovegood. As I considered Warners proposal, an idea took shape that I couldnt dislodge. That is how I ended up pitching my own idea for a film to Warner Bros. Although it will be set in the worldwide community of witches and wizards where I was so happy for seventeen years, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is neither a prequel nor a sequel to the Harry Potter series, but an extension of the wizarding world.
When youre a kid, its all about the awe and magic of a film: thinking about directors names and low-budget special effects isnt exactly exciting to a child, is it? Only when youre a bit older does such a realisation set in, and then comes that watershed moment when you suddenly understand. You get it. People wrote what the characters are supposed to say. Its all totally fake and thats okay. Case in point: The Simpsons, a show I still hold in high esteem as a result of those first perfect 9 seasons, and one which I enjoyed as a child on a completely different level to the one I do now. The Simpsons amused me as a kid, but I didnt get all the references, the meta-jokes, the parodies and the way it made some genuinely astute and intelligent comments on the family unit. It was just a cartoon, with funny voices and character spouting catchphrases. Then I grew up, and was able to access it only a totally new level. The amount of layering is kind of genius. Which brings us to the point: sometimes you sit down to revisit a favourite movie from your childhood, only to discover something that you failed to grasp all those years ago in this case, some inappropriate moments that slipped past your undeveloped brain. And it makes sense now, of course, when you realise that adults are the ones who write kids movies.