Pottermore and Warner Bros. have announced a new partnership called Wizarding World Digital, which is designed to merge all Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts content — from both the books and the films — under one domain.
This means that much of the content currently available on Pottermore will move to a different domain. According to IGN, all “quizzes, features, and articles” will move to WizardingWorld.com around May 15, so never fear — you’ll still be able to take the Sorting Hat quiz on the new site.
Until this point, Pottermore has not had full access to Warner Bros. film content. “This venture will widen and deepen what we have been able to do on Pottermore so far,” the company’s chairman, Neil Blair, told publishing news magazine The Bookseller late last week. “There’s no reason now why we won’t be able to do something because there’s a rights issue. The only limits will be our imaginations and what technology is available.”
More information on the joint venture is forthcoming soon, Blair said. For now, the company is contacting current Pottermore subscribers to make sure they’re aware of the changes.