This image released by Warner Bros. Entertainment shows Eddie Redmayne, left, and Katherine Waterston in a scene from, "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them." (Jaap Buitendijk/Warner Bros. via AP)
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Confused about how new movie "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them," out Friday, may connect to the Harry Potter world?You can find many answers in your Hogwarts books, as author J.K. Rowling takes the groundwork from her "Harry Potter" stories to carve out a new film franchise.Rowling's 100-page "Fantastic Beasts" reference book, published in 2001, explained why the discovery of magical creatures by non-magical humans poses a threat to the wizarding world.In the new film, anti-magic sentiment grows among No-Majs as the wizarding world is divided about whether or not to stay in hiding.
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