"For in dreams, we enter a world that's entirely our own" says Dumbledore in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. As is the story for every Potter fan, the saga is as much personal to everyone as it is to JK Rowling. As the last instalment 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2' left many fans unquenched and gloomy over the way it ended. On Monday, one of these sad fans asked JK that he 'failed to find the meaning' at the end. In response to this fan's question she posted a series of tweets with some apologetic messages.

On Saturday, it was the 17th anniversary of Battle of Hogwarts (in context of the novels, i.e.

1998). She tweeted "Today I would just like to say: I'm really sorry about Fred. *Bows head in acceptance of your reasonable ire." Many fans asked the reason for apologizing for Fred's death as there were many other characters to be really sorry for, but according to her Fred was 'worst' for so she started off with him. "I thought I might apologize for one death per anniversary" she tweeted further.

A highly anticipated 'Spin off' in pipeline

To quench the curiosity of potter fans, an adaptation of JK's book 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them', will hit the theatres in late 2016. Supposedly, it is the first Film in a much anticipated Harry Potter trilogy that follows the life of a so-called Magizoologist.

The movie will be set 70 years ahead of the original Harry Potter story, and will follow the adventures of Newt Scamander. Warner Bros has already announced the movie's production procedure and its anticipating that many of the familiar characters and creatures from Harry Potters could turn up once again to create that magic.

Reportedly Scamander's story will begin in New York, rather than London, where original series is based. Despite the familiarity with the characters, according to Rowling the story exists independently. Unlike the Potters series where screenplay was adapted from the original book, this time Rowling is going to write the screenplay herself!