J.K. Rowling opens up about religion at Hogwarts, favorite quote

She’s at it again! In her latest series of candid Q&A sessions, J.K. Rowling took some time to answer fan questions about religion at Hogwarts. The discussion started a couple days ago after one fan asked if any of the Hogwarts students were Jewish.  Rowling identified Ravenclaw Anthony Goldstein as a Jewish wizard.  Goldstein would […]

 

She’s at it again! In her latest series of candid Q&A sessions, J.K. Rowling took some time to answer fan questions about religion at Hogwarts.

The discussion started a couple days ago after one fan asked if any of the Hogwarts students were Jewish.  Rowling identified Ravenclaw Anthony Goldstein as a Jewish wizard.  Goldstein would have been in the same graduating class as Harry, Ron, and Hermione.  Rowling then added the following:

This eventually led to several interesting revelations concerning religion at Hogwarts. [divider]J.K. Rowling on Hogwarts and religion[/divider]

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When asked about whether or not Hogwarts is accepting of LGBT students, Rowling responded with the following:

[divider]J.K. Rowling on her favorite Harry Potter quote[/divider] Rowling also answered yet another question that has been on everyone’s minds.  What is her favorite quote from the Harry Potter books?

[divider]J.K. Rowling on the casting of Cormoran Strike[/divider]

And finally, Rowling confirmed that she’s got an idea of who she would like to play the role of Cormoran Strike in the adaption of The Cuckoo’s Calling.

While she’s not saying much about it now, we’re sure to hear more as pre-production continues.

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