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J.K. Rowling throws fans into a tizzy with mysterious tweets

Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling is teasing some new work on her Twitter page, and her cryptic messages are leading to some wild speculation from fans.

Rowling started a frenzy Monday with a simple tweet about what she’s up to — but it is the mention of a new novel that got fans talking.

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When fans started hammering her with questions, Rowling decided to drop some incredibly cryptic hints about what her latest project could be — including a pretty wild anagram.

A wand? As in a tool used by a wizard? A wizard like Harry Potter and pals?

Could Rita Skeeter’s rumors be another Harry Potter clue?

More clues:

Turns out that “Newt Scamander” is the main character in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them — for which Rowling is currently writing the screenplay — and the film will be set in New York, 70 years before the start of the Harry Potter series.

Care to take a stab at unraveling the anagram? Leave your solution in the comments below.

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