Remember that savage character in “Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix” who punished Harry Potter by making him write “I must not tell lies” with a blood quill. That stooping character wearing a pink tweed suit alongside a cat, a standout amongst the most loathed professor at Hogwarts – Umbridge is going to be in the spotlight on this Hallowean.
Hypotheses from Pottermore uncover that “J.k. Rowling will be discharging a Harry Potter story on Oct. 31, concentrated on the fiend incarnate herself Dolores Umbridge”.
The Pottermore also revealed that “Umbridge is not only one of the most malicious Potter characters, she is the only person other than Lord Voldemort to leave a permanent physical scar on Harry.”
Harry Potter fans will recall Umbridge as the most savage feline woman to have ever existed, tormenting Harry and different understudies amid her time as Hogwarts headmistress in the fifth book Order of the Phoenix. Umbridge likewise served as the senior undersecretary in the ministry of magic.
The new story will give a 1,700-expression backstory about Umbridge.
The new story will give a 1,700-expression backstory about Umbridge, including new points of interest, in addition to Rowling’s “uncovering first-individual contemplations and reflections about the character,” the Pottermore affirmation peruses.
Rowling released two other wizarding stories not long ago, one about 33-year-old Harry at the Quidditch World Cup and an alternate about singing sorceress Celistina Warbeck. Rowling is likewise penning a screenplay to the Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, set for a Nov. 18, 2016, release.