July 10, 2011 by Post Team
J.k. Rowling, Stylist magazine has a new article that focuses on JK Rowling and how it has helped to “change the face of literature” and a reflection on the evolution of the popularity of Harry Potter:
It is not just publishing Rowling effect has been felt, the way it handles the transformation of the Potter books in the films was also revolutionary. When Warner Bros took many writers who have been intimidated to take a back seat the film rights in 1999 – to the tune of seven figures -. Rowling said the film was shot in Britain. Coca-Cola and donate 18 million to charity in America is essential reading if you wanted to participate. She signed all the scripts and even acted as producer on both sides of the Relics of Death. As always, it is modest. “It allowed me to make my views felt. You know, that does not mean they are going to have my views on board, but conscience rests easy, if you like, knowing that I was able to sit in meeting and say what you do not feel comfortable. ”
Rowling continues to hold today that there was nothing “your call”. There was even talk that its clear focus Steven Spielberg to withdraw from the direction of the first film. “I had a fight with him?” He said when asked about it. “No, definitely not. I read that in an article and was puzzled. There were things he told me he did not agree, there are things he said I agreed.”
Please feel free to send if you have any questions regarding this post , you can contact on
Disclaimer: The views expressed on this site are that of the authors and not necessarily that of U.S.S.POST.