J.K. Rowling
“Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling made her thoughts about Donald Trump and his immigration ban clear on Twitter. Pictured: Rowling and Eddie Redmayne attend the “Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them” World Premiere at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center on Nov. 10, 2016 in New York City. Getty Images/Michael Loccisano

It’s painful to be on the receiving end of criticisms, and for an author to be told that her books have been burned by former fans, that’s downright insulting. However, famed “Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling bravely faced her critics after they harassed her for being anti-Donald Trump.

Rowling recently posted a series of photos and news articles on her Twitter account expressing her opposition against Trump’s controversial Muslim ban, according to Entertainment Weekly. However, Trump’s supporters did not take kindly to Rowling’s tweets and have written a lot of scathing comments aimed at the author.

Rowling made quite a fortune after publishing the seven “Harry Potter” books and getting movie and theme park deals. Now, she’s busy producing the “Harry Potter” spin-off films following the success of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” which starred Eddie Redmayne as Newt Scamander.

One thing fans are extremely excited about in the next film is that they will see a young Albus Dumbledore. In the film, fans will see the Hogwarts headmaster hobnobbing with Gellert Grindelwald, his best friend and love interest, who, unfortunately, has a penchant for dark magic.

Dumbledore’s sexuality will even be explored in the film, even though it wasn’t tackled in the “Harry Potter” books or movies. Rowling was questioned about it in an interview at Carnegie Hall. “Well, I’m very comfortable with the question,” Rowling responded, according to Variety. “I would like to say because this is obviously a five-part story, there’s lots to unpack in that relationship.”

“You will see Dumbledore as a younger man and quite a troubled man,” Rowling added. “We’ll see him at that formative period of his life. As far as his sexuality is concerned...watch this space.”

The sequel, which will be directed by David Yates, will be released in November 2018.