When Deathly Hallows: Part 2 aired, part of me was devastated to see the movies end but, like most Harry Potter fans, I was able to find peace in the fact that the books had been respected and that the collection, a masterpiece … More » The post Why are Big Names Attached to the Harry Potter Spin-Offs? appeared first on EveryJoe.
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Every now and then, Cinema Sins manages to land himself a film that he severely doesn't enjoy. We're not talking about a mild dislike, or even plain dislike for comedic purposes, we're talking pretty vitriolic levels of criticism. Harry...Show More Summary
"Furious 7" surpasses "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" at the box office, becoming the fourth highest-grossing movie of all-time.
Sure, the last "Harry Potter" movie, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" was released nearly four years ago, but true love (and hardcore fandom) never dies. So we put it to you, Potterheads, to complete the quiz below with flying colors. There's an honorary degree from Hogwarts in it for you. (Well, not a real one.)
Furious 7 made $1 billion faster than a car falling out of a plane, hitting the milestone in a mere 17 days and pushing out The Avengers and Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2, which both took 19 whole sluggish days to make a billion. Show More Summary
(Instagram) Looks like we now know how Harry Potter and Draco Malfoy reconciled their difference in between the final chapter and epilogue of Deathly Hallows. Wrote Felton (who played Malfoy in the films) on Instagram: May as well just say...
Redditor Anotrey built this wall clock that makes clever use of book titles to show the hours. You can see process photos here. Are you curious about why Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows has the 7 o'clock position? Anotrey explains...Show More Summary
It's been almost eight years since Deathly Hallows was released, but homophobia and heteronormativity know no statute of limitations. J.K. Rowling still fields questions about Dumbledore's sexuality and any potential LGBTQ students at Hogwarts fairly regularly, answering a since-deleted tweet from a fan yesterday with aplomb.
It reads more like a Harry Potter tale than a serious report, and glosses over the long-term problems of the real world.
It’s been more than seven years since Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows hit bookshelves, but that doesn’t mean fans aren’t still poking holes in J.K. Rowling’s intricately detailed, often poorly thought out Wizarding World. HitFlix...Show More Summary
It's still a sore subject for many. Even after all this time, the very mention of The Half-Blood Prince or The Deathly Hallows can ignite a twinge of pain for Potterheads around the world. Seven years later (or three years later, depending on how you look at it), we're still not over the tragic deaths of these characters.
For the first time since 2011’s Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, we’re getting a new J.K. Rowling adaptation this year. But with its down-to-earth feel and grown-up themes, The Casual Vacancy is miles away from Hogwarts. Show More Summary
Sure, it's probably not going to be as good for protection as a Romulan Warbird or a Deathly Hallow, but if you follow the exact process that students and professors from the University of Rochester used, you'll have yourself one of the first devices capable of "three-dimensional, continuously multidirectional cloaking." Sweet.
According to The BBC, British character actor David Ryall died on Christmas Day. He was 79. To an American audience, Ryall would almost certainly be best-recognized for playing Elphias Doge in Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 1. Show More Summary
David Ryall, who played Elphias Doge in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, died on Christmas Day at age 79, the BBC reports. No cause of death was given. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com David Ryall Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 1
Veteran British actor David Ryall died Christmas Day at the age of 79. While he was probably best known for his role as the wizard Elphias Dog, a friend of Dumbledore in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, his career spanned fine decades, from the stage to the... More »
Sad news – British actor David Ryall has passed away. Best known most recently for his role as Elphias Doge in the seventh Harry Potter film, 2010?s Deathly Hallows: Part 1, he died at age 79 on Christmas Day. Sherlock actor Mark Gatiss broke the news on Twitter, writing, “The great David Ryall left us [...]
David Ryall, maybe best known to American audiences for playing Elphias Doge in 2010's Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part I but who appeared in a slew of British TV series and miniseries over a five-decade career, died on Christmas Day. Show More Summary
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