Quidditch Though the Ages , by J.K.Rowling , isn't going to make into a movie because this kind of book can't be made into a movie like Rowling's Harry Potter series.
Quidditch Through the Ages was created in 2001.
its about the history of quidditch
Quidditch Through the Ages
They are making a movie from Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. It should be in the theaters in fall of 2016. If it does well, we might expect to see movies based off of other books, such as Quidditch Through the Ages.
No, it was published in English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish.
A list of the known Quidditch teams mentioned throughout the books, movies, games or in the published version of Quidditch Through the Ages can be found in related links.
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no. the first movie was made ages ago, if there was going to be a second movie it would've already been made
A direct excerpt from Quidditch through the Ages by Kennilworthy Whisp. "We owe our knowledge of the rude beginnings of Quidditch to the writings of the witch Gertie Keddle, who lived on the edge of Queerditch Marsh in the eleventh century." From this excerpt, the name for Quidditch comes directly from the name of the area it was seen to be played.
J.K. Rowling has written 3 short spinoff books: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Quidditch Through the Ages, and the Tales of Beadle the Bard.
700. Most of these are not made public, so as not to encourage those who might come across such a list, but ten are given in Wikipedia and in Quidditch through the Ages. In addition, most are no longer possible, since wands are no longer used on the Quidditch pitch.
The Knowledge of how Quidditch came into the wizarding world is all thanks to Gertie Keddle who kept a diary of what she saw. According to her diary entries we can conclude that the first Qudditch players met on Queerditch Marsh to play. She describes the creators as "broomstick idiots". Even after reading Quidditch through the Ages you will never learn the names of the founders of the game. However for the full story of how the game came into existence see chapter 3 of QUIDDITCH THROUGH THE AGES.
No. Only Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Quidditch Through the Ages were written and published.
The real published version was released in 2001. It is not known when the one used in the series was published.
2 the beedle and the bard and quidditch through the ages you can find them at your local library
Back in the 11th century, it was documented by Gertie Keddle that wizards were "Playing a stupid game on their broomsticks." later indicating there was a big leather ball ... which landed in her cabbages. It all progressed from there. ~Quidditch Through the Ages, Kennilworthy Whisp (~J.K. Rowling)
Hermione Granger, in an effort to learn as much as she could before their first flying lesson.
Yes, she did and she wrote them for charity. They are called: Quidditch through the ages Fantastic Beasts and where to find them The Tales of Beadle the Bard
its going on for ages
It depends on the rating of a movie.
I don't know but the movie is awesome what has Tom Cruise as Stacee Jaxx they should have another movie of Rock of Ages because the movie is 100% rock and roll!
yes. She even donated the proceeds from two books to the charity Comedy Relief, Magical Creatures and Quidditch Through the Ages.
The proceeds of some of her minor books (Quidditch Throughout the Ages; Fantastic Beasts and where to find them) went to a charity called Comic Relief.
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