“You’re a wizard, Harry!”
It’s been twenty years since the first Harry Potter book was conceived. J.K. Rowling is a British author who was on the brink of homelessness when she conjured up the mystical world of wizards on a train from London. As a writer, Rowling is an inspiration to anyone who is at the lowest point in their literary career. The smallest idea can be brought to life and create this whole world where people worldwide adore.
In celebration of its twentieth year of publication, Cinemark will begin showing all eight films from August 31st to September 6th. This will include the 2016 prequel Fantastic Beasts movie. If you go to www.cinemark.com you can purchase a ticket for each film for five dollars, as well as a twenty-five dollar pass to all nine films. Considering the cost of movies these days, this is a steal, plus you’ll get to experience the “magic” all over again on the big screen.
The new Fantastic Beasts film, The Crimes of Grindelwald will be premiering November 15th, so this kind of rendezvous could be the perfect precursor to the Fantastic Beasts sequel. Eddie Redmayne will be returning for the film and Jude Law will be making an appearance as a young Dumbledore.
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