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As reported previously here on Leaky, J.K. Rowling’s Harvard Commencement Address is being printed in book form. All proceeds of the little, yet powerful, 80-page book will go towards Lumos, as well as university-wide scholarships for potential Harvard students. The book is available for preorder, and will be published April 14, 2105. Amazon’s summary of...read more!
In the recent days, even after Jo tweeted that she didn’t take offense to a fan’s question on Dumbledore’s sexuality, many news sources are still praising J.K. Rowling for her “great come back,” her amazing “shut down,” her “burn” of the fan’s opinion that she did not see Dumbledore as gay, always seeing a possible...read more!
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Learn more about the residents of a seemingly-quaint British village named Pagford in the new trailer for HBO's 'The Casual Vacancy'. [...]
Oh, no! Someone died. That's how J.K. Rowling's The Casual Vacancy starts — Barry Fairbrother is no longer with us, and the entire town is flipping out. You can watch the rest in three parts on HBO at the end of April. (Keep an eye out for Harry Potter Easter... More »
Harry Potter this ain't.
A three-part miniseries based on The Casual Vacancy, J.K. Rowling’s first novel outside of the wizarding world, is coming to HBO in April—and from the trailer, it looks somewhat like a British small-town version of Game of Thrones. “Everyone’s got skeletons rattling in their cupboard,” a disembodied voice says ominously. Show More Summary
First Trailer for J. K. Rowling’s The Casual Vacancy, Coming to HBO on April 29.
J.K. Rowling is coming to HBO. The network has debuted the new trailer for The Casual Vacancy, a three-part miniseries based on Rowling’s first post-Harry Potter novel. Rory Kinnear plays Barry Fairbrother, a parish councillor in the English suburb of Pagford. Show More Summary
Scholastic and Bloomsbury UK have unveiled the cover for the fully illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Illustrator Jim Kay created the new artwork for this classic J.K. Rowling children’s book. We’ve embedded...Show More Summary
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It's an exciting day for fans of Jeff Kinney's Diary of a Wimpy Kid and J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter with announcements for both series in today's news...
When a fan asked JK Rowling why she had previously stated that Hogwarts Headmaster, Albus Dumbledore was gay, because the fan “can’t see him in that way,” the Harry Potter author responded in the way that only she can: with intelligence, grace, and maybe a little bit of saracasm. Show More Summary
Rumors have started to catch fire and spread quickly about the casting of the lead character in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. As of now, Warner Bros and J.K. Rowling have revealed nothing about the Fantastic Beast films, other than they will be filming at Leavesden and that J.K. Rowling is writing the screenplay....read more!
“When Rowling first told fans about Dumbledore’s sexuality, she shed light on the wizard’s confirmed single status by indicating that he was once in love with his childhood friend Gellert Grindelwald – who later went on to become an extremely dangerous dark wizard, and was defeated by Dumbledore prior to the events of the first […]
The Times has released one of it’s “Top Influential People” lists. This list was comprised of the Top 30 Most Influential People on the Internet. With her recent activity on Twitter, more this year than in the recent years, J.K. Rowling has been named one of the thirty. Even on her Twitter, J.K. Rowling has...read more!
No matter how much JK Rowling loves her own characters, it must get tiring answering the same questions again and again. We're sure one popular area of constant questioning is Dumbledore's sexual orientation. We can't remember the last time the sexuality of a children's book character was talked about so much. LOLz! It was a pretty big [...]
Twitter is a breeding ground for trolls, and when your name is J.K. Rowling, your mentions probably get bombarded with them daily. But Rowling, ever the sophisticated writer, had a clapback for the ages when one fan tweeted her about Dumbledore's sexuality, saying he or she just couldn't "see him... More »