Follow think. The Crimes of Grindelwald includes a feature in which Rowling waxes poetic on the relationship between Dumbledore and Grindelwald played in that film by Jude Law and Johnny Depp, respectively. But what caused this massive schism? What insight did J. Related Story. Getting pigeonholed as an actor is terrifying because you want to keep people guessing. Just imagine the fanfiction now.
And while it's nice to see my specifically stupid romantic history represented in a fantasy series for children, I am not sure it's quite earned considering it's not actually depicted in the series itselfbut rather just empty talking points from an author who isn't bold enough to make her gay wizards be gay with one another.
A version of this article appears in print onon Page AR18 of the New York edition with the headline: Rowling seems to have lost touch with, if not downright alienated, the portion of the internet she hopes to engage with and delight. In the Potter series, there's a bit of snogging and groping, and that's pretty much it.
These are my friends!