Turn the clock forward a year, folks!
Thanks to the November 13th issue of Entertainment Weekly, we know of a guaranteed blockbuster, opening in exactly one year (November 2016). Starring Eddie Redmayne as Newt Scamander, American professor in none other than the HARRY POTTER PREQUEL, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the title of a dictionary written by by Professor Scamander. And guess who wrote the screenplay? Here’s a hint–this time it isn’t an adaptation of a novel. It’s penned
straight to the screen–by the master herself: JK Rowling!
Get the crystal ball out, everyone! Then paste the article inside of it. You’ll see photos of what looks like the same day on the set! (Redmayne is wearing the same clothes throughout.)
Close your open mouths, all of you! EW goes above and beyond: It has the beginning of the dictionary entries that we will see in…….yes–in one year!!
And more and more–secret details of the movie set that Eddie Redmayne stands in front of on the cover.
For you doubters: in a sidebar like no other, EW lists the main characters, describes them and adds photos of the actors who play them!
Save this blog entry, cherish it, for I have given you a gift. The gift of the future.
BEFORE YOU GO BACK TO THE CURRENT YEAR:
SET THE CLOCK TO 14 MONTHS FROM NOW!
Yes, EW does it again! And in the same issue!
Here’s the scoop: come January 2017, CBS will present a new 6-episode Star Trek series on its all-access streaming.
You got that right!!
OK, now you can breathe.
As a postscript: know that the magazine sticks to its usual pedestrian predictions: in an article called “Best Actress Bounty,” the magazine lists 11 women who might just be contenders for Best Actress at the Oscars this February. In fact, they pasted tiny heads of the actresses into a graph divided into three groups: “Sure Things”, “Serious Threats,” and “Potential Spoilers.”
Entertainment Weekly has got the predictions down! WIth these three columns, I can safely predict that they will be right no matter who is nominated!
Now that’s miraculous reporting–and you can ‘thank me for bringing it to you!