'Quebert' is a sensation in Europe but has received a more mixed reception in the US.
J.K. Rowling's book 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,' a fake textbook set in the 'Harry Potter' world, will reportedly be adapted as a film trilogy.
The website Pottermore recently posted the first part of an essay by Rowling on the history of the Quidditch World Cup, the championship of the popular sport in the 'Potter' world. It's only the newest original material from Rowling revealed on Pottermore.
Emma Watson, Bradley Cooper, and others will present awards at the Oscar ceremonies on March 2. Emma Watson stars in the upcoming film 'Noah.'
Reports from the UK suggest that JK Rowling has committed to a seven-book series, although her American publisher says the story is 'without foundation.'
Rowling will release a sequel, titled 'The Silkworm,' to 'Cuckoo,' working again under the pseudonym of Robert Galbraith.