We're always hungry for more "Harry Potter," even years after "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" was published and the two-part finale hit theaters. Just because we're done learning about the boy wizard's adventures for now doesn't mean there isn't more to know. For example, author J.K. Rowling is always dropping knowledge on Twitter, and there's a whole new movie trilogy coming about the life of magical zoology w(h)iz Newt Scamander, "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them."
But, luckily for us, you don't make eight movies without leaving a bit of a paper trail. A new book, "Harry Potter: Magical Places From the Films," hits shelves tomorrow (May 12), containing more than 200 color pages of rarely seen images from the making of the films, from Rowling's hand-drawn map of Hogwarts, scrawled on a cocktail napkin, to schematics for some of Hogwarts' most beloved sets.
MTV News is pleased to exclusively share eight rare images from the book, as well as the cover.
A new book hits shelves May 12, featuring detailed plans, maps and art revolving around the settings for the "Harry Potter" films.
In the book, you'll get rarely-seen images, like this one, a map of the Hogwarts grounds that J.K. Rowling herself drew on a cocktail napkin.
Those caves and tunnels in Gringotts are pretty bonkers. Here's a map to help you outrun the dragons and outsmart the traps.
Every turret of the Astronomy Tower was meticulously planned, as these blueprints show.
As this sketch shows, the positions of the stars on the ceiling of the Great Hall were specifically planned.
The result? Majestic.
The Dirigible Plums at Luna Lovegood's house don't just grow themselves, you know. Check out these building plans for her home.
The gothic orphanage where Tom Riddle spent his formative years had to be just right.
This concept art for Malfoy Manor confirms that Draco Malfoy's family home was anything but cozy.