J.K. Rowling will open up to Oprah Winfrey on Friday about writing the best-selling Harry Potter books and revealing whether she'll ever visit Hogwarts again.
The 45-year-old, who's worth $1 billion, spoke to Oprah from her home in Edinburgh, Scotland, in a pre-recorded interview airing on Friday, confirms her U.S. publisher Scholastic Inc.
The author speaks about coping with fame, pressure and she "shares her thoughts on the possibility of ever writing another Harry Potter book in the future," Scholastic said in a statement.
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"You ask about the pressure," J.K. says to Oprah. "At that point, I kept saying to people, 'Yeah I'm coping...' but the truth was there were times when I was barely hanging on by a thread," she says.
A two-part film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows has been filmed, with part one slated for release in November.