But the sheer scale of Rowling's platform and reach is unprecedented. Gay Liberation in the Words of its Founder. Very interesting, why. In a special features interview for the "Fantastic Beasts: August Learn how and when to remove this template message. Rowling's fault.
In a interview, Rowling claimed that the head of Hogwarts, who serves as a mentor to the titular character and tragically perishes in the penultimate novel, was deeply in love with the dark wizard Gallert Grindelwald.
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The BluRay version, which sparked this online debate, was released last week.