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Could Warner Bros. be planning more 'Harry Potter' spin-offs?
While Daniel Radcliffe isn't planning on playing Harry Potter again anytime soon, Warner Bros. seems keen on bringing just about every other aspect of J.K. Rowling's Potterverse back to the big screen.
The studio is already developing a big screen adaptation of Rowling's "Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them," as the first in a new series of films which take place in the world of Harry Potter, just without Harry himself.
According to Bleeding Cool, the studio has also trademarked other Rowling properties in addition to "Fantastic Beasts," including the book-within-a-book "Tales Of Beedle The Bard," which could end up as a film or TV series.
Likewise, quidditch -- the broom-bound sport at which Harry excels -- could being flying its way to the center of an adaptation. Among the other trademarked properties is the faux historical tome "Quidditch Through The Ages," its fictitious author Kennilworthy Whisp, and Quidditch team names such as the Wimbourne Wasps, the Chudley Cannons, and the Kenmare Kestrels.
Could Warner Bros. be eyeing a "Quidditch Through The Ages" movie following "Fantastic Beasts"?