The Internet has had Megan Draper marked for death on Mad Men for weeks, and finer minds than mine have put together some pretty convincing evidence to prove their point. But in the words of Dustin Rowles, crackpot theories have proven to be crackpot after all, as Mad Men creator poured cold water on everyone’s Season 6 predictions with [...]Show More Summary
J.K. Rowling and Playstation team up to fix reading.
This is the season of conspiracy theories on Mad Men. Who is Bob Benson? Is Megan Draper Sharon Tate? Is Don dead? And now: Is Megan Draper dead? Dustin Rowles of Uproxx went down the rabbit hole and makes a pretty convincing argument...Show More Summary
Not to steal any thunder from Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner, but a new theory on the show that crossed my desk this morning is just too good not to discuss: What if Megan Draper is already dead? Dustin Rowles over at UPROXX is a guy I don’t always agree with (on the quality of Sons of Anarchy versus The [...]Show More Summary
While last week found Mad Men fans all atwitter with theories that maybe—just maybe—Megan Draper was a sort of Sharon Tate character because she wore a t-shirt, this week’s theory is even crazier. Over on Uproxx, writer Dustin Rowles...Show More Summary
Poor, brilliant Dustin Rowles over at UPROXX has gone way down the Mad Men rabbit hole and has returned to our world with a fascinating theory (and some evidence to "prove" it!) that Megan Draper HAS BEEN DEAD ALL ALONG. It's a little M. Night Shyamalan–esque, but Don does have ... More »
Good morrow to you, kind comment-type people. You might notice that I am, in fact, not Dustin Rowles. I'm taking over today's PLove so that Our Venerable Overlord might celebrate his 8th anniversary with Mrs. Pajiba-Hyphenate. Happy Anniversary, you two...
Pez has announced that they will be collaborating with J. K. Rowling for a Harry Potter related line of Pez dispensers, which will be available in 2015: "I’ll give you one for 2015," speaking about which new Pez dispensers are on the horizon. Show More Summary
Don't put your Griffindor cloaks in storage just yet! There is hope that Harry Potter isn't over forever!!!! Sure, the Harry Potter series might be done for now, but in the event that the AH-mazingly talented J.K. Rowling writes a sequel, Daniel Radcliffe would be totally down to swing his wand as Papa Potter. Daniel [...]
Kelly Rowland reunites with her Destiny's Child sisters Beyonce and Michelle Williams on the farewell-you're-forgotten ode, "You've Changed." While all three show off their vocals on the effort, this isn't an actual D.C. treat. Rowland...Show More Summary
J. K. Rowling has updated her website with information on the Sotheby's auction, and how her annotated copy of "Philosopher's Stone" raised £150,000 for English PEN and Lumos. She also added an image from the annotated copy, which features a drawing of Snape. The drawing is captioned with, "Snape, brooding on the unfairness of life." You can see it here on her site.
Our most beloved author, J.K. Rowling, has yet again made the list for Forbes 100 Most Powerful Women! She and the Queen represent the most powerful British women. Ms. Rowling's ranking may have slipped from 73 to 98, but we are still very proud of her and her worldly influence! A full report on the list may be read here.
This week, one die-hard “Harry Potter” fan became a whole lot happier and $228,000 poorer. That’s how much a first edition of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” containing author J.K. Rowling’s annotations and original illustrations, fetched at a London auction on...
A first edition copy of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” fetched $228,000 at a London auction on Tuesday. The book is perhaps one of the most popular of all-time because it contains notes and original illustrations created by J.K. Rowling. In preparing to sell the first edition of Philosopher’s Stone, J.K. Rowling added personal annotations, [...]Show More Summary
A first edition copy of "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" that contains author J.K. Rowling's notes and original illustrations is going on sale at a charity auction. The personal annotations from the bestselling author included comments on the process of writing and a section from an early draft of the novel. Show More Summary
Tonight at Sotheby?s, London: First Editions, Second Thoughts, a ground-breaking auction in which 50 of the UK and Commonwealth?s outstanding contemporary writers annotated and in some instances illustrated a first edition copy of one...Show More Summary
(Reuters) - A unique first edition of "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" annotated by author J.K. Rowling has sold for a record 150,000 pounds ($227,421) at a London charity auction, Sotheby's said on Tuesday.
J. K. Rowling's annotated copy of "Philosopher's Stone" was auctioned off for $228,000 at Sotheby's today:Sotheby's said the work, offered as part of a charity book sale jointly organized with the English PEN writers' association, was...Show More Summary
(LONDON) — For fans of the boy wizard, this could be the most coveted copy of all the “Harry Potter” books in the world. A first edition copy of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” that contains author J.K. Rowling’s notes and original illustrations fetched 150,000 pounds ($228,000) at a London auction on Tuesday. Show More Summary
Even when a book gets published, becomes a bestseller, wins a glut of awards and launches successful film adaptations, it doesn’t mean that an author wouldn’t change a few things when given the chance, or offer up some commentary on their choices. Show More Summary