As soon as Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore comes out, now is the best time to go back to the Wizarding World and see it again. In addition to the seven books and eight movies, there is also a spin-off series that has divided fans so far.
It’s easy for Harry Potter fans to miss things in the books and movies, even though they’ve spent hours reading and watching them. For example, the books have a lot of small things that show that J.K. Rowling had a plan all along.
Everyone Will Know Harry Potter
We think this is an accident, but you never know. When Professor McGonagall and Professor Dumbledore are talking in the first chapter of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, it looks like they’re predicting how big the movie and book series will be. This is because from now onwards a lot of people know his name. McGonagall says Harry is going to become a legend. There will be books written about him and every child in our world will know his name. In light of how much money the Harry Potter movies made at the global box office, I think it’s safe to say Minerva was right.
There’s Something Wrong With Professor Quirrell
If you haven’t been living under a rock for the last few decades, you know why Professor Quirrell (Ian Hart) always wears a purple turban. What’s left of Voldermort lives on the back of his head. But few people know how J. K. Rowling gave a hint about this big surprise. This occurs during a nightmare Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) endures on his first night at Hogwarts, in which he is “wearing Professor Quirrell’s turban, which kept talking to him, telling him he must transfer to Slytherin at once.”
Let’s Talk About Vanishing Cabinets
When Harry Potter fans see a cabinet go away, they can’t help but cry for the late Professor Dumbledore (Michael Gambon, films 3-7). Before Voldermort kills them in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, they appear in the series.
Gringott’s Is Going To Be Robbed
When Hagrid (Robbie Coltrane) takes a young Harry Potter into Gringott’s bank for the first time, he says, “You’d be mad to try and rob it.” Despite what it looks like, this is a very important line from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2. It foreshadows a very tense and exciting scene in the second part of the movie.
Harry And Ron Make A Prediction
Harry and Ron (Rupert Grint) never say they are good at Divination. They’re mostly bad. In Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire, though, the two somehow figure out almost everything that will happen in the movie. Harry says that he will be “in danger of getting burned.” This foreshadows his encounter with the Hungarian Horntail in the first task. He then says that Ron will lose a “treasured possession,” which could be anything from the second task to Affection or his friendship with Harry.
Dumbledore Has Used The Room Of Requirement
In Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, the Room of Requirements is very important. It serves as a base for Dumbledore’s Army to learn the magic that Dolores Umbridge (Imelda Staunton) won’t teach them. In fact, the room was first talked about in the fourth book during the Yuletide Ball. For being a part of a competition, Harry gets to sit at the table where winners and judges are sitting.
We Were Warned About Sirius’ Death
When Sirius Black (Gary Oldman) died in the movie, fans of Harry Potter were shocked. The death of Dumbledore did the same thing. So not only did the character have a lot of power, but J. K. Rowling also gave a pretty big clue that the character was going to die soon.
In the sixth year of school, Harry doesn’t learn about the existence of Horcruxes. But he already has one in his hand a year before that. Harry and the rest of the Order of the Phoenix were cleaning Grimmauld Place, trying to get rid of cobwebs and debris. He came across a cupboard full of strange, seemingly useless things.
Before his big appearance in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, little is known about Dumbledore’s brother, Abeforth (Ciaran Hinds). There is only one time that Dumbledore talks about his brother. Aberforth was prosecuted because he used inappropriate charms on a goat. It was all over the papers, but did Aberforth hide?That’s not true! As usual, he held his head high and went about his business as before.