This article originally appeared in Vulture. It makes total sense that J.K Rowling would choose to release more Harry Potter tales over the Christmas season, considering her original stories are by far the most festive of this era’s popular young-adult fantasy series. Show More Summary
Got a crush on Draco Malfoy? J.K. Rowling is concerned. In a piece on her website, she writes: “I have often had cause to remark on how unnerved I have been by the number of girls who fell for this particular fictional character.” Pair with: our own Elizabeth Minkel on Rowling and other authors with […]
J.K. Rowling needs to let sleeping characters lie—and it's time to stop retconning Harry Potter for diversity points.
The twelfth and final gift from J.K. Rowling's "12 days of Pottermore Christmas" was released Tuesday, concluding a week and a half of largely underwhelming Harry Potter revelations. Beginning with a few paragraphs about the town where...Show More Summary
CHICKS DIG JERKS: J.K. Rowling Is ‘Unnerved’ by Everyone’s Crushes on Draco Malfoy.
Post by Suzee Skwiot. The Harry Potter series may have ended in 2007 when J.K. Rowling released the final book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, but the story is far from over. Over the course of the month, the author has released...Show More Summary
For those who didn’t know, J.K. Rowling is releasing 12 new stories from the Potterverse this month, and honestly, I’m a little disappointed that this one isn’t part of them. [Source: @DeweyDecibelle on Twitter | Via Neatorama | Original...Show More Summary
“Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling released her final 12 Days of Christmas Pottermore series today, which focused on the death of Albus Dumbledore and his accomplishments as one of the greatest wizards of all time. “In our final Moment from Half-Blood Prince join students, teachers and magical creatures and say farewell to the beloved Professor [...]
(Photo: Hong-Anh Nguyen) J.K. Rowling acquired vast fame and wealth through the Harry Potter series. She published her last book in the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows, in 2007. But, not letting it rest, she has resumed writing within the Harry Potter universe in recent years. Show More Summary
Harry Potter enthusiasts will be counting down the 12 days of Christmas with new stories on Pottermore. Over at the Pottmore Insider blog, fans were tasked with cracking a riddle (embedded above) about a student who was on a mission in service to He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named to unlock this new piece. Show More Summary
J.K.Rowlinghasconfirmedwhatfanfictionwritershaveknownforyears,whichisthatDracoMalfoyismorecomplicatedthanthetypicalschoolyardbully.Draco’snewbackstoryispartofJ.K.Rowling’s12DaysofChristmas with12newstoriesreleasedonPottermore,RowlinShow More Summary
J.K. Rowling is continuing with her 12 Days of Harry Potter, this time posting a short story about Draco Malfoy. As she did with her first piece of writing 10 days ago, Rowling teased this one via Pottermore's Twitter handle. This time,...Show More Summary
“Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling just revealed some brand new back story for the villainous Draco Malfoy in her 12 Days of Christmas Pottermore series. “Draco remains a person of dubious morality in the seven published books, and I have often had cause to remark on how unnerved I have been by the number of [...]
Today on Pottermore, J.K. Rowling granted the wishes of every Felton fangirl on the internet, and provided us with Draco Malfoy's full life story - as well as her in-depth thoughts on the character (and the girls who love him).
Draco Malfoy is rich, blond, and probably looks great in leather pants — who wouldn't want to snog him? J.K. Rowling, that's who. In her latest Pottermore update, Rowling writes how she's often forced to crush the dreams of fans who nurse strange feelings for Hogwarts's sexiest Slytherin. "Draco remains... More »
It makes total sense that J.K Rowling would choose to release more Harry Potter tales over the Christmas season, considering her original stories are by far the most festive of this era's popular young-adult fantasy series. (You don’t see Katniss popping on a Santa hat, do you?) The wizarding world is not only obsessed with... More »
We've known since we first learned that these "Festive Surprises" were headed to Pottermore that one of the updates would give us some insight into the life of Harry's Hogwarts nemesis Draco Malfoy. Click To Continue Reading
It's a holiday gift for all of us.
Interesting news comes from the popular Harry Potter-related website, Pottermore, as author J.K. Rowling admits she is a big fan of Michael Jackson’s album, Thriller, in which the popular singer danced like a zombie. In fact that album is why she decided not to feature zombies in her Harry Potter books. Show More Summary
J.K. Rowling continues to dole out Harry Potter treats to fans at Pottermore. Today's festive surprise came along with an essay focusing on the creepy reanimated corpses that Voldemort enlisted to guard one of his Horcruxes.Click To Continue Reading