Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Harry Potter Spin-off "Fantastic Beasts and Where to find them" updates; Picture of Creatures and description

The Harry Potter magical universe is a world Warner Bros intend on exploiting for a long time owing to the latest additions such as The Extension of Diagon Alley at Universal Studios in Florida and the newly proposed TV show "Fantastic Beasts and where to find them". We, the fans are not complaining and to add to our excitement, They have decided to give us a sneak peak into the creatures we are to be expecting in the show based on the book written by J.K Rowling about Newt Scamander's adventures and the creatures he documented about.

The Picture above posted by USA Today was taken at Universal studios's magical menagerie and they contain examples of the creatures we are to expect from the show.

"Fans know that the world of Harry Potter will return to the screen when J. K. Rowling adapts her book, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” as a movie. If you are wondering what the mythical creatures might look like, head to the Magical Menagerie shop in Diagon Alley and peer up at the overhead shelves. Gilmore says that some of the strange looking animals represent the first time that the beasts have been visualized. “It will give visitors a peek at the next wave of Harry Potter.”

Written below is the line-up characters in full;

"The Demiguise is found in the Far East, though only with great difficulty, for this beast is able to make itself invisible when threatened and can be seen only by wizards skilled in its capture.

Like sphinxes, griffins are often employed by wizards to guard treasure. Though griffins are fierce, a handful of skilled wizards have been known to befriend one.

The Kneazle has an uncanny ability to detect unsavoury or suspicious characters and can be relied upon to guide its owner safely home if they are lost.

Mountain trolls can occasionally be seen mounted on Graphorns, though the latter do not seem to take kindly to attempts to tame them and it is more common to see a troll covered in Graphorn scars."

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