Because, as it turns out, the level of transphobia Warner Bros. seems ready to look past from J.K. Rowling is already a considerably large amount.
The latest film set in J.K. Rowling’s literary landscape will take place in Brazil—and revolve around a character we barely got a glimpse of in part two. Huh. Nothing iffy about those odds!
I come not to bury J.K. Rowling, but to praise her. Harry Potter was an honest to god phenomenon, impacting my generation in roughly the same way Star Wars did for the one before us. The world she created fascinated us and the fandom was deeply invested in the story….