J.K. Rowling Says 'Deathly Hallows' May Not Be End for Harry Potter

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If you thought the most famous book series ever about wizards and magic ended with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, think again. J.K. Rowling made some shocking statements at this year's annual White House Easter Egg Roll.

The author announced that she's open to the possibility of writing more about the boy wizard and continuing his story. There's a sorta catch, though. J.K. isn't even thinking about doing so for "maybe 10 years from now."

Better late than never, huh?

The mastermind behind Harry Potter won't be spending the next decade on a permanent vacation, however. She spills, "I'm quite sure in the not-too-distant future I will bring out another book."

Here's a cool HP fact: J.K. Rowling told the crowd at the Easter Egg Roll that the name "Potter" comes from her childhood neighbors. She liked their last name much better than Rowling, and 'fesses up that kids used to call her "rolling pin."


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