Eddie Redmayne Wants J.K. Rowling Gone From Fantastic Beasts


J.K. Rowling is facing yet more backlash from the internet after her latest controversial comments, which has led to the stars of the extended Wizarding World franchise speaking out against her. Emma Watson and Daniel Radcliffe have already made it clear that they have a fundamental difference of opinion with the Harry Potter author, but it looks like the leading man of the Fantastic Beasts series is ready to take things one step further.

Eddie Redmayne has already released a statement in response to Rowling’s latest Twitter firestorm, and we’ve now heard that he feels so strongly about it that he’s reportedly told Warner Bros. that he doesn’t want her to be involved in Fantastic Beasts anymore. According to our intel – which comes from the same sources who said Bill Murray was returning for Ghostbusters: Afterlife, an Aladdin sequel is in the works and Diana will have her Golden Eagle armor in Wonder Woman 1984, all of which were correct – the Academy Award-winning actor is no longer comfortable working with the author, which only creates more questions surrounding the future of the series.

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