J.K. Rowling applauds Twitter rivalry between Harry Potter stars.
J.K. Rowling fooled Harry Potter fans into thinking that Professor Severus Snape was nothing but a double-crossing, slimy Death Eater, but she later redeemed the head of Slytherin by giving him a hero’s death that probably still makes Potter fans tear up just thinking about it. Show More Summary
The younger generation of the Harry Potter cast may be pursuing new routes in show business, but, as Tom Felton and Matthew Lewis recently demonstrated on Twitter, they’re happy to channel their more magical selves. And J.K. Rowling, for her part, is here for all of it. Read more...
As we all know by now, J.K. Rowling maintains an active presence on Twitter, and apparently keeps an eye on her old "Harry Potter" actors (see her priceless reaction to Matthew Lewis’ shirtless photos back in May). -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary
"So proud of my boys."
J.K. Rowing responded to the criticism that the cast of 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' is not diverse enough.
While fans of the magical world of Harry Potter are excited to return to that realm in the spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the casting has stirred up a bit of controversy. Set in New York in the 1920s, a veritable melting pot of a city, what we know of the cast is exclusively white, which has raised some eyebrows. Show More Summary
J.K. Rowling is known for answering questions on Twitter about the magical world of Harry Potter. Often the tidbits are fun additives to the already lush world she created in her iconic book series. But this time, fans were sad to hear...Show More Summary
It's no secret that Harry Potter has had a huge effect on millions of children, teens, and adults across the world. Read on to find out exactly how J.K. Rowling's sensational books have influenced millennials in particular in this post originally featured on Medium.
The Harry Potter author's latest revelation is more sombre than usual
The controversy over the whiteness of the Harry Potter series, especially in the upcoming Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them films. Hypable recently posted an opinionated editorial on Fantastic Beast diversity–giving their reasoning for why the new movies series did not have to be all white. They addressed the historical accuracy of the films and...read more!
You're too good for him!
An Open Letter To Oprah and J.K. Rowling cc: Gayle King My Dear Ladies, You have a problem, and I can solve it for you. You must constantly get cornered at cocktail parties, by people wanting a leg-up in show business. Because you are both successful, they imagine you can give them (or a loved one) an entire career in show business. Show More Summary
Despite becoming a Cybernat target during the Scottish referendum after she donated £1 million to the Better Together campaign, J.K. Rowling has not been deterred from putting Scottish Nationalists in their place. Such… Continue reading The post Pardon my Scots, J.K. Rowling tells the French appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
J.K. Rowling, please confirm.
Manchest Mondays comes in hot on Tuesday with their Joe Gavin's forth installment featuring: Ben Rowles, Matthew Nevitt, Dom Henry, Harry Lintell, Joe Gavin, Bruce Pouncey, Ben Grove, Neil Worthington, Jim Craven, Gary Woodward, John Bell, James Foster, Pablo Aresu, Ben Irvine, Victor McMahon, Zak Gold, Keanu Robson, Josh Collins, and Nick Stansfield.
Harry Potter is a series about magic but it’s also cast its own spell on its fans, such that they inundate the internet with theories about major and minor characters alike and one of them, about the headmaster of Hogwarts, Dumbledore, has found favor with the Harry Potter author herself, J.K. Show More Summary
Author and screenwriter J.K. Rowling shares some plot details about the prequel "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them."