Just a few weeks ago, there was already word that there could be one "Harry Potter" spinoff movie in "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them," but could there actually be more? The Telegraph reported on Sept. 30, 2013, that Warner Bros. has been getting trademarks for many other terms in the wizarding world and could bring about even more "Harry Potter" spinoff films.
"Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" is already being written by J.K. Rowling and it will be about the textbook written by Newt Scamander.
Another trademark that Warner Bros. has recently acquired is "The Tales of Beedle the Bard" which is is another spinoff book from Rowling. A tale called "The Tale of the Three Brothers" came from the book and was featured in the second to last "Harry Potter" film.
Yet another trademark by Warner Bros. has to do with the wizards' main sport of Quidditch. It comes from the "Harry Potter" spinoff book, "Quidditch Through the Ages" by Kennilworthy Whisp. That makes sense considering that Whisp is another trademark along with Quidditch team names the Cudley Cannons, Kenmare Kestrels, and Wimbourne Wasps.
Now, these trademarks don't necessarily guarantee that a "Harry Potter" spinoff film is on the way, but it certainly seems like it.
Some may wonder why these specific titles were picked by Warner Bros., and no-one may know for a while. Still, it's fun for "Harry Potter" fans to wonder and hope.