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A decade in the future, humanity thrives in the absence of sickness and disease.
We owe our good health to a humble parasite - a genetically engineered tapeworm developed by the pioneering SymboGen Corporation. When implanted, the tapeworm protects us from illness, boosts our immune system - even secretes designer drugs. It’s been successful beyond the scientists’ wildest dreams. Now, years on, almost every human being has a SymboGen tapeworm living within them.
But these parasites are getting restless. They want their own lives…and will do anything to get them.
Warner Bros has announced a new movie series set in the world of Harry Potter entitled Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, based on a textbook used by Harry Potter students. With a screenplay written by JK Rowling, the movie will star Newt Scamander, who wrote the textbook back in 1927. Rowling confirmed in a statement that the movie would take place in 1920s New York and would not be a direct prequel to the Harry Potter world. Still, one can expect that a young Dumbledore will make an appearance in the film.