Last night, @Midnight challenged the Internet to rewrite history and replace the past with as many cat puns as possible. The results were basically our favorite thing ever.
J.K. Rowling, AKA Frenzied Twitter Lady, hopped back on her social drug of choice to again respond to random fan questions about upcoming plot details of the Fantastic Beasts movie.
In her usual stream of consciousness, she all but confirmed that the movie would include an as of yet unnamed school of wizardry that exists in America.
Probably drunk off her own informational power, she also revealed that the American wizarding school might have something to do with Native American culture.
The movie, which will star Oscar-winner Eddie Redmayne as main character Newt Scamander, is set for a release sometime next year.
Author Lois Lowry's modern despotic tale written specifically for a younger audience takes place in a future where all the unpleasantries of life have been taken away; even color became a thing of the past. The story's main character is a boy chosen to become the Receiver of Memory -- the only person who can recall what life was like before all of these changes occurred. But as he begins this process, he realizes things aren't exactly as they seem and decides to take measures into his own hands for the sake of good.