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The Wrap Up: Harry Potter Returns in J.K. Rowling’s New Short Story

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ScreenCrush wraps up the latest movie and TV news you might have missed. Today, a new ‘Harry Potter’ short story arrives online, Netflix seeks a professional binge watcher, and Don Cheadle shows off his Miles Davis biopic.

FEATURED: J.K. Rowling wrote a new ‘Harry Potter’ short story, which catches up with our main trio as adults. Food for thought: could this mean even more movies are in the future?

Read the short story yourself over at Pottermore.

MUST READS:

- Netflix is hiring a professional binge watcher. Be right back, filling out application. [Time]

- Steven Soderbergh talks about why he really quit movies. [Esquire]

LATEST UPDATES:

- Emily Mortimer is looking to join the horror/action movie ‘Spectral.’ [THR]

- Sylvester Stallone eyes the mob drama ‘Scarpa.’ [Deadline]

- Kevin Smith denies involvement in that fake ‘Batman vs. Superman’ script. [SlashFilm]

SNEAK PEEKS:

- A new series of character posters for ‘The Knick’ are here. [The Playlist]

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- Here’s our first look at Don Cheadle as Miles Davis in biopic ‘Miles Ahead.’

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- Watch the new trailer for Terry Gilliam’s ‘The Zero Theorem’ on iTunes.

- Go behind the scenes on ‘The Hundred-Foot Journey,’ the latest film starring Helen Mirren.

- The trailer for ‘Reach Me’ is, uh, something else…

- ‘Felony’ with Joel Edgerton revealed its first trailer.

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