Accio Kleenex! Fans are going to do some sobbing if they see the new play "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child," J.K. Rowling promises.
This morning, one Potter fan on Twitter had a very important question for J.K. Rowling: ‘Will the Cursed Child make me cry?’ J.K. Rowling tweeted back pronto, and now it’s official: if you don’t cry, they haven’t done their job right! With preview performances starting next month, we’ll be able to test Jo’s statements and confirm whether...read more!
Some of these conjectures seem shockingly plausible, fitting perfectly within the events of the seven-book series and providing answers where Rowling’s original text has not; others are, to be blunt, totally bonkers—but fun all the same.
J.K. Rowling recently confirmed to a Twitter fan that Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will make you cry. The eighth book in her Harry Potter series will be released in July. The story, which is also being produced as a play, takes place 19 years after the ending of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Show More Summary
J.K. Rowling confirms: "Harry Potter And The Cursed Child" will definitely make you cry, unless you're some kind of Dementor.
We don’t know too much about J.K. Rowling’s eighth book in the Harry Potter saga, although she promises that it will be a tearjerker. When asked by a fan on Twitter about whether the new book will make readers cry, Rowling responded that “if it doesn’t, we’ll be...
LONDON — It's getting closer by the day, Harry Potter fans. In just over two months' time, the script for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (the official eighth story) will be released. SEE ALSO: Surprise: An 8th Harry Potter book is...Show More Summary
Three years after the first Harry Potter novel came out, J.K. Rowling told inquiring minds that there were about 1,000 students in Hogwarts. But the math has not added up for fans over the years when it comes to Harry Potter's class size in particular. Show More Summary
Ever wonder how there could only be about 18 Gryffindors in Harry’s Hogwarts class and that J.K. Rowling has said there were 1,000 students at the school? Well, a fan theory has an answer... a depressing, depressing answer. Read mor...
We live in a time where it is easier than ever to complain about a plot development you don’t like. Writers, directors, creators—they’re all asked constantly about the deaths of their characters, but they all have their reasons. It’s just some are more acceptable than others. Read more...
It seems sort of symbolic that JK Rowling, who made her fortunes writing a story about the good and bad outcomes of being an orphan, would then take that immense wealth and create one of the most impactful organizations on the planet. Lumos was started to eliminate orphanages on a global scale. One of our...read more!
Those Harry Potter fans who weren't able to secure tickets to the highly anticipated stage-set sequel of J.K. Rowling's beloved series may still be able to see the two-part Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Click To Continue Readin...
"I find almost everything that Mr. Trump says objectionable," she said, "But he has my full support to come to my country and be offensive and bigoted there."
Twitter legend JK Rowling has taken a dig at Ted Cruz’s buddy Kevin Swanson, the pastor who thinks that all gay people should literally be put to death. At his National Religious Liberties Conference last November – an event attended by Cruz, Mike Hu… Read The post JK Rowling Calls Out ‘Idiot’ ‘Kill the Gays’ Pastor Kevin Swanson – VIDEO appeared first on Towleroad.
Publishers told JK Rowling she would never have "commercial success." Learn how she channeled that rejection to achieve magical results.
J.K. Rowling says that Donald Trump should be welcome to visit the United Kingdom whenever he pleases. During the Pen Literary Awards Gala in New York City Monday night, May 16, 2016, Harry Potter author Rowling spoke of the Republican presidential candidate simply exercising his freedom of speech. Show More Summary
Author J.K. Rowling, who last year said Donald Trump was worse than her villainous character Voldemort, said that while she vehemently disagrees...
J.K. Rowling has been honored by receiving PEN’s Literary Service Award. PEN is a literary and humanitarian organization that focuses on various issues, including free speech. Rowling has long been an advocate for free speech over censorship. Show More Summary
J.K. Rowling is defending Donald Trump’s right to “be offensive and bigoted.” The Harry Potter author spoke up about the presidential hopeful’s freedom of speech during an appearance at the PEN Literary Gala on Monday (May 16) in New York City. “His freedom to speak protects my freedom to call him a bigot. His freedom [...]
Sarah Jessica Parker rocks a floral dress as she hits the red carpet at the 2016 PEN America Literary Gala held at the American Museum of Natural History on Monday (May 16) in New York City. The 51-year-old actress was joined by B.J. Novak, editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan Joanna Coles, Jacob Weisberg and Donna Tartt at [...]