J.K. Rowling's beloved character has starred in seven books, eight movies, and one play.
Are we surprised Lin-Manuel Miranda is a Harry Potter fan? No. But we are delighted. On Wednesday, the songwriting genius played a fun game on his official Twitter account called "POP CULTURE EVENTS FROM WHICH I HAVE STILL NOT RECOVERED,...Show More Summary
J.K. Rowling has cast her magic on readers across the globe yet again. The latest Harry Potter novelization tops this year's list of bestselling books from Amazon.
The original Harry Potter books have no shortage of great moments, but there's one in particular that J.K. Rowling considers a favorite. It probably won't come as a huge surprise that one of the author's favorite Potter moments involves Albus Dumbledore.
Lin-Manuel Miranda revealed that his favorite Harry Potter book is Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
Wow, did I pick the wrong time to write this post. Yesterday, Head Overlord and All Around Great Person Dustin Rowles wrote this piece about trying to reach people with whom we disagree, instead of just writing them off as...
LONDON — Choosing a favourite moment from the Harry Potter books is a tough ask. There are just so many, right? Dumbledore dueling Voldemort... Neville lopping the head off Nagini... Snape meeting Harry's eyes for one last time. HowShow More Summary
The Tales of Beedle the Bard by J.K. Rowling Harry Potter fans, get ready to bid on a rare, bejeweled copy of The Tales of Beedle the Bard Sheila Gibson Stoodley
In 2006, four “Harry Potter” movies had already turned into box-office blockbusters and only one book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, remained to be released. To say the least, the franchise was a huge deal. British comedian John Oliver first got his start on “The Daily Show” in 2006, doing a segment about then–Prime Minister Tony Blair. Show More Summary
LONDON — Another day, another man explaining something to a woman that knows hella more than he does on the topic. SEE ALSO: People are sharing a brilliant poem about mansplaining on National Poetry Day This time, the players are UKIP...Show More Summary
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly’s Binge podcast, Evanna Lynch ponders the possibility that J.K. Rowling is actually a muggle trusted with wizard secrets. The episode covered Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2: “Every now and then I’ll just be like, ‘Is this all an elaborate cover up and the wizards are...read more!
"Quidditch was invented in a small hotel in Manchester"
A young Syrian reader who recently received a Harry Potter e-book from JK Rowling herself, and whose house was bombed last week, has gone quiet on Twitter.
Image via Warner Bros. No one really doubted that Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them would be a successful film. It carries the credibility of both J.K. Rowling and the Harry Potter franchise, and with that, there was bound to be a minimum number of moviegoers who would head to the theaters. Show More Summary
J.K. Rowling is bringing the smash London hit and the world of Harry Potter across the pond with a Broadway version of 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.'
While Americans worked to make sense of last month’s election results, real-life magical being J.K. Rowling provided her readers, young and old, with wisdom and guidance, both through her beloved stories and her take-no-bullst tweets. And...Show More Summary
Pottermore, J.K. Rowling’s official website of all things Harry Potter (and, sure, now Newt Scamander) has announced that plans are now very much being made for a Broadway run of the hit sort-of-eighth-installment of Harry Potter, the...Show More Summary
The creators of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child are in talks to bring the West End play to Broadway’s Lyric Theater. The show, a continuation of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series (perhaps you’ve heard of it?), opened in London inShow More Summary
I truly can’t imagine a more biased review than this review of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. The only way this review could be more biased would be if J.K. Rowling took me out to lunch, signed all my books, called me her best friend, named a character after me, bought me a ticket to The Cursed Child, and paid me a million dollars. Show More Summary