Published On: Fri, Mar 15th, 2019

J. K. Rowling Keeps Discussing ‘Sexual Dimension’ Of Dumbledore And Grindelwald, Movies Continue To Ignore It

J.K Rowling attends the UK Premiere of 'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald' at Cineworld Leicester Square on November 13, 2018 in London, England.

Despite having completed writing the Harry Potter book franchise over 12 years ago, J. K. Rowling still continues to rewrite or add information about those stories, characters, and worlds, much to fans’ frustrations.

After the incredible success of the Harry Potter franchise, it seems its author, J. K. Rowling still cannot move on from the wizarding world she’s created. After writing the books, Rowling continues to retroactively re-write, or provide new facts about the characters motivations, personalities, none of which seem to have ever made it into her actual writing. An interesting Polygon article thoroughly outlines this practice that Rowling has been engaging in since 2007 when she publically announced that the Headmaster of the school of wizarding, a key supporting character in the Harry Potter series, was in fact gay. The revelation came months after the last book was published, and added nothing to the depiction of the character in the books prior to.

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