The Broadway home for “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ has been rebuilt in the hope that it will run for many, many years. So why is J.K. Rowling worried?
J.K. Rowling often goes after people on Twitter, but usually she reserves her magical takedowns for trolls or politicians. Not today, though. This morning, the subject of her wrath was something entirely different: an emoji. SEE ALSO: 11 times J.K. Show More Summary
Fans of BBC One’s TV adaptation of J.K. Rowling / Robert Galbraith’s bestselling Cormoran Strike crime series will be pleased to know that Career Of Evil will air on BBC One very soon! As previously announced on Leaky, rumors were circulating about a late-February release of the third series of the show, and the exact date...read more!
A decade after J.K. Rowling revealed that she “always thought of [Hogwarts Headmaster Albus] Dumbledore as gay,” LGBTQ fans of Harry Potter and their allies are still waiting to see themselves truly reflected in the Potter franchise’s stories.
The hairy spittlebug and western black norpher are not creatures from a Roald Dahl or J.K. Rowling book. They’re the next best thing: insect names generated by a neural network. Following experiments in […] The post Neural Network Generates Authentic-Sounding Insect Names appeared first on Geek.com.
The Harry Potter author has hurt fans with what some see as the "straightwashing" of Dumbledore. Jessie Gender asks Rowling some pertinent questions in an open letter.
No matter how much Harry Potter is associated with various media, the books will always be what started it all. And now the Harry Potter book series has hit yet another massive milestone.
She's feeling very attacked right now.
So yeah, remember that whole thing where J.K. Rowling FINALLY offered LGBT fans of the Harry Potter universe a bit of representation by saying Dumbledore was gay. Only, you know, never mentioning it in the books, just after the fact? Well, it looks like the Fantastic Beasts films will continue that "don't ask, don't spell" policy with [...]
"In a month, it'll end up being a fun hate watch." - Dustin Rowles Is this it? Have we hit the tipping point, and it's all downhill from here? Or is the show still finding its footing? Honestly, that's the...
J.K. Rowling shut down fan criticism after fans attacked her for the fact that Fantastic Beasts 2 won't explicitly address Dumbledore's sexuality.
From The Department of Things That Escalate Quickly:
J.K. Rowling and director David Yates talk Dumbledore's sexuality. The post Fantastic Beasts Sequel Director Addresses Dumbledore’s Sexuality appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Yesterday, news broke that David Yates, the director of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, will “not explicitly” reference young Dumbledore’s sexual orientation. Last year, author J.K. Rowling hinted that Dumbledore’… Read The post J.K. Rowling Snaps at Fans Outraged Over ‘Not Explicitly Gay’ Dumbledore appeared first on Towleroad.
Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has responded to the outcry over director David Yates's comment that Albus Dumbledore will not be "explicitly gay" in the Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them sequel. And her answer is what we'd expect...
J.K. Rowling Tells Fans Upset Over Dumbledore’s Straightwashing to Be Quiet or Be Blocked 'Fantastic Beasts' author J.K. Rowling responded to fans upset that the upcoming film will 'not explicitly' depict the homosexuality of a gay character Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
After years of being a darling in progressive circles, J.K. Rowling has found herself the subject of some people's ire. First, it was the decision not to fire Johnny Depp, and now, it's what some critics see as a representation problem. Show More Summary
The author weighed in on fans' objections to director David Yates comment
Albus Dumbledore—whom author JK Rowling famously revealed was gay months after she published the seventh Harry Potter book—will not be overtly gay in this year’s Fantastic Beasts sequel. On Wednesday, Director David Yates told Entertainment...Show More Summary
As many Potter fans will surely know, during a 2007 appearance at Carnegie Hall, J.K. Rowling revealed that she had always seen Dumbledore as a gay character: “I always thought of Dumbledore as gay. Dumbledore fell in love with Grindelwald, and that added to his horror when Grindelwald showed himself to be what he was.” The...read more!