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Adam Sandler has updated his beloved "Chanukah Song" for the fourth time -- to include lyrics on the disgraced former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Drake, Harry Potter, Seth Rogan and more. Sandler sang "The Chanukah Song Part 4" at the "Judd Apatow and Friends" Carnegie Hall performance Nov. Show More Summary
As 2016 approaches, Harry Potter fans have much to anticipate, with the arrival of Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, not to mention the sequel stage play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Our appetite for all things set in J.K. Show More Summary
"Hello, it's me, Adele," says the record-smashing British superstar singer before bursting into laughter. "I can't even say that anymore." She has a good reason to be excited: Turns out Adele has been "bluffing" us this whole time, and she actually is going on tour ("of course"), and she can't... More »
Adam Sandler performed his classic holiday staple “The Hanukkah Song” last week and poked fun at Harry Potter and Subway’s Jared Fogle. – US Weekly Tyrese dons a traditional disdasha and keffiyeh worn by men in Dubai. – TMZ Amazing! Sam Tsui covers Adele‘s entire new album 25 in just four minutes – Just Jared [...]
When you're desperate for a break from the relatives, just hole up somewhere private (even if it's a cupboard under the stairs, Harry Potter style) and press play on one of these suggestions. More » 9 Things to Watch on Netflix to Avoid Your Family This Thanksgiving is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
Adele has announced a 36-date European tour in support of 25. She made the announcement in a video posted on Facebook (via Noisey); in it, she impersonates Harry Potter reading the weather forecast. Watch the video and check out theShow More Summary
In many ways, Harry Potter was the story of the seven-year destruction of Voldrmort's Horcruxes. Even when we didn't know it. Here is the definitive ranking of Voldemort's seven Horcruxes, from least to most effective. Where will Harry rank?
The Harry Potter franchise is, of course, a cultural institution. It was the formative literary experience for a generation of young people and a monstrously successful film franchise. Unfortunately, it also popularized splitting a climactic book in to two movies; a practice that has since gone rampant leading to the division of the very thin […]
If you missed out on jet setting to London for the Christmas dinner that Warner Bros. Studio hosted in the Great Hall at Hogwarts, your Harry Potter holiday fantasy can still come true! It's actually super easy to re-create the magic of the holiday feast right in your dining room – floating candles, Winter snow, and all. Here's how to pull it off!
We grew up on the books; we watched all the movies; we've visited all the theme parks; we've recreated all the recipes; so what's there left to do than to throw an epic Harry Potter-themed Christmas party? From Mrs. Weasley's Christmas...Show More Summary
Asking someone to pick their favorite Harry Potter book is kind of like asking someone to pick their favorite child. In short, it's a really tough decision, and the best answer is that you love them all equally but in different ways....Show More Summary
There's something about a cherry-studded ham that sounds so Christmas-y and intriguing. I first heard of the idea in Harry Potter, as Hogwarts students feast on cherry-studded ham during the annual holiday feast. I had to have this ham,...Show More Summary
What kid really loves black licorice? That's why, when I imagine Honeydukes licorice wands, I'm apt to think Harry Potter and his friends enjoyed fruit-flavored Twizzlers dipped in white chocolate and loaded with sprinkles. Since having...Show More Summary
Like all Harry Potter fans, as soon as we heard that Warner Bros. was re-creating Christmas dinner inside the Hogwarts Great Hall, we dreamed of scoring tickets. But then we thought, "Why don't we re-create it at home?" And so we did. Show More Summary
You followed Ron, Hermione, and Harry around Hogwarts in their long robes and monogrammed Christmas sweaters, but have you seen what they wore to hit the red carpet? From The Sorcerer's Stone to Deathly Hallows, the style evolution of...Show More Summary
When Warner Bros. Studio London announced it would host a Harry Potter Christmas feast, the editorial staff knew what we had to do: try to re-create it for anyone at home, Flaming Christmas pudding included. I had never made or tried...Show More Summary
"Harry Potter" fans might be a part of the most intense fandom around. This year, instead of trying to find a last-minute gift idea for the "Potterhead" in your life, look through our list to find 27 magical ideas that will satisfy anyone who is obsessed with J.K. Show More Summary
Lara Mason is an award-winning baker who has made cakes in every shape and size. Most frequently, she makes them in human shapes and sizes, cake-ifying everybody from Jennifer Lawrence to Harry Potter. She was married last month to Nikki Mason in Malta, and decided to make her own wedding cakes. Show More Summary
Best known for their work in other franchises, Harry Potter and X-Men, respectively, Daniel Radcliffe and James McAvoy enter today's press conference looking rather similar to each other and different than in those other parts. For roles in upcoming films, both have their heads shaved. Show More Summary