It seems everyone, including Harry Potter himself, is wondering what J.K. Rowling’s recently launched Pottermore website will turn out to be. The Los Angeles Times asked Daniel Radcliffe if he could shed some lumos on the purpose of the mysterious domain name, copyrighted two years ago by Warner Bros., but he was no more in the know than anyone else. “I know nothing about that whatsoever,” he told the Times’ Hero Complex. “I’m sure that Jo will be writing a lot more in the coming years. I’m sure she has a lot more in her than we’ve read and a lot more stories to tell. As long as they don’t involve Harry, I’m quite happy to buy them.”
The final film in the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, hits theaters on July 15, and since the copyright is owned by Warner Bros., it is possible that Pottermore will turn out to be more movie-related than book-related. But to know for sure, we’ll just have to wait and see.