Can you guess which Harry Potter creature inspired this wasp's name? - Newser See how Kristen Bell live tweeted her hilarious Uber experience - HuffPost Tech Join this cool project by renting an underwater camera - for free - Kim Komando See...Show More Summary
Ampulex dementor is a newly described species of wasp from the Mekong region in Southeast Asia named after the Dementors from the Harry Potter series. Obviously, anything named after Dementors is bad news, and it's only a matter of time...Show More Summary
Add this to the list of awesome yearbook quotes we've seen this year. People always ask Fatima Abdel-Gwad, a 17-year-old from California, why she wears a hijab, Seventeen reported. So she decided to settle it once and for all with her...Show More Summary
What name is worthy for a ferocious flying insect that swoops down on supposedly indestructible cockroaches, paralyzes them with its devastating sting, then drags them off into a corner to devour them? "Soul-Sucking Dementor" sounded pretty good to visitors at Berlin's Museum fuer Naturkunde. They were offered the chance to...
There's still plenty of secrecy surrounding "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them," the "Harry Potter" spinoff centered around mysterious magizoologist Newt Scamander. Now, a new report suggests that some familiar faces are up for...Show More Summary
Harry Potter actress Evanna Lynch knows what to do with homophobes (and Nargles, of course).
The Chrome extension, dubbed “Marauder’s Map” in a tongue-in-cheek nod to Harry Potter, harvests your friends’ location data to map a history of their movements over time.
Named after evil spirits in "Harry Potter," the newly discovered wasp turns its victims into zombies before eating them alive
Kate Upton chats on her cell phone while drinking beer from a brown paper bag as she films a scene for her new movie The Layover on Wednesday (May 27) in Vancouver, Canada. The 22-year-old actress was joined on set by her director William H. Macy. There are rumors swirling that Kate is being considered [...]
We solemnly swear "Harry Potter" fans are up to no good when it comes to finding plot holes. (Hey, after not receiving your Hogwarts letter when you turned 11, who could blame you?) Over the years, fans have put together a long list of discrepancies and theories from the books and movies. Show More Summary
The upcoming Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is getting ready to cast the two actresses who will star alongside Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne. One of the names being considered, reports Vanity Fair, is Kate Upton. Read more...
Eddie Redmayne has emerged as the favorite to play Newt Scamander in the Harry Potter prequel, Fantastic Beasts, and now a whole bunch of super-pale ladies have been named as frontrunners for his supporting cast.
"I think it's important that scared gay kids who aren't out yet see hate speech challenged," wrote the Harry Potter author of her tweets.
Harry Potter fans are excited about Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them for a couple of reasons. For starters, it will once again allow them to explore the mystical world that J.K. Rowling created for the Potter books. But there's...Show More Summary
Westboro Baptist Church was none too pleased with J.K. Rowling after the Harry Potter author celebrated Ireland's marriage equality victory vote last week by teasing that Dumbledore and Gandalf could finally tie the knot on the Emerald Isle. So @jk_rowling...
Let's hope the Westboro Baptist Church has some essence of Dittany on hand, because these muggles just got burned. Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling fired back at the extremist religious organization after they criticized her for supporting Ireland's decision to legalize same-sex marriage See also: J.K. Show More Summary
WTF Emoji Clickbait, Lenovo Casts its line, Google Play age ratings, Facebook meets Harry Potter, a Humble Nindie Bundle for Nintendo fans, and the music video which finds your finger. Merriam-Webster Embraces Clickbait Merriam-Webster has added 1,700 new words and phrases to its Unabridged dictionary. Show More Summary
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.
Hang on, we're dying. Neville Longbottom — AKA Matthew Lewis — drove us wild when he stripped down to his tightie whities (emphasis on tight, yum!) for his spread in Attitude Magazine. But now, the British publication is one-upping itself. Not only did they release a behind-scenes-video of the Harry Potter hunk's seXXXy shoot, but we also got [...]