ORLANDO, Fla. – Even though there are no more new books and no more new movies, Harry Potter's legacy lives on.
A new website for fans of the boy wizard will be ready to go in about a month.
It's called Pottermore, and the creators of the site announced Thursday that it'll launch in April, about six months earlier than first planned.
Right now, the site only features a short video from author J.K. Rowling, thanking fans for her support, and revealing some clues about Pottermore.
Rowling says the site will feature an interactive reading experience, where you can go inside the Harry Potter novels like never before, including new characters and settings.
Once Pottermore launches in April, it'll be free to join and use.