It’s not really over for the “Harry Potter” franchise. Warner Brothers had trademarked “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” after J.K. Rowling’s announcement to write the screenplay. However, WB also trademarked the book “Tales of Beedle The Bard” and … Continue reading

Warner Brothers Sets Up Trademarks for More ‘Harry Potter’

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It’s not really over for the “Harry Potter” franchise.

Warner Brothers had trademarked “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” after J.K. Rowling’s announcement to write the screenplay.

However, WB also trademarked the book “Tales of Beedle The Bard” and mini-book “Quidditch Through The Ages.”

But, there’s more.

The studio also trademarked Newt Scamander, the fictitious author of “Fantastic Beasts. And the Quidditch teams of Wimbourne Wasps, Chudley Cannons and Kenmare Kestrels. And finally, even the Quidditch expert Kennilworthy Whisp is also trademarked.

With eight “Harry Potter” films and over $7.7 billion in worldwide receipts, WB is still digging for more gold in this lovable franchise.

Source: Bleeding Cool

  • Lenny

    ‘MILKING THE COW… MILKING THE COW… ALL DAY LOOOOOOOOOOOONG!’

    -Kevin Tsujihara

  • The Usual Suspect

    Hmm…this franchise had its time. The last two weren’t even that great.

  • samjacksonswig

    disagree- apart from the third, they’re the most palatable of the series.

  • samjacksonswig

    surprised that no-one has thought of a young dumbledore movie yet….

  • The Usual Suspect

    Well I still agree with what I originally said.
    It was also hilarious seeing pre-pubescent teens try to look like adults, I found that entire last scene in DH2 comical.