Breakdowns: J.K. Rowling and Warner Bros Are Teaming Up For More MagicS

Disney offers up an alternative to the tedious task of watching movies; WME's head honcho has kicked off a health fad in LA to those who are still trying to recover from Pressed Juicery fatigue; and ohmygodohmygodohmygod more Harry Potter magic is coming back to theaters!

  • WME's Ari Emanuel has officially made it acceptable for you to look like a moron at work. His use of a treadmill desk has already sparked a mini trend both in the industry. Hey LifeSpan, did you get APA's bulk order? [THR]
  • In a strong show of support for ADD sufferers everywhere, Disney is releasing an app called 'Second Screen Live' for its re-release of The Little Mermaid so that you and your brats can play games while watching the movie you paid $20 a head to be at. [Vulture]
  • And you thought I was the worst Shah in town. LA based extortionist Vivek Shah was just sentenced to seven years in prison for attempting to extort $120 million from Harvey Weinstein and others. It's going to be super awkward to see his parents at Diwali dinner this year. [THR]
  • Harry Potter fans rejoice! Warner Brothers has made a deal for a new series of films to expand upon the wizarding world we all know and love. First up is a take on the book Fantastical Beasts and Where to Find Them, penned by English national treasure J.K. Rowling under the pseudonym Newt Scamander. [Deadline]

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