BBC One’s TV adaptation of J.K. Rowlings’ Cormoran Strike Series earned high praise from critics and viewers alike earlier this fall. Now the public has a chance to name the series and its leads as their small screen favorites. The National Television Awards or NTA’s have nominated The Cuckoo’s Calling for Best Crime Drama as...read more!
Best-Selling Books Week Ended October 8. FICTION 1. "Orgin" by Dan Brown (Doubleday Books) 2. "Harry Potter...Prisoner/Illustrated" by J.K. Rowling (Arthus A. Levine Books) 3. "The Ship of The Dead" … Click to Continue »
Emma Watson led the way in speaking out on the news that Hollywood executive Harvey Weinstein had been accused by several women of harassment, groping and sexual assault over a period of several decades. Ronan Farrow published the piece on The New Yorker (see another on The New York Times here), after a months-long investigation...read more!
J.K. Rowling / Robert Galbraith’s Cormoran Strike series – which first aired on BBC Two in the U.K. – finally has an air date in the U.S.! The series – true to America’s tradition of renaming things, namely philosophers – will be called C.B. Strike in America, and all seven episodes (covering The Cuckoo’s Calling, The Silkworm, and Career...read more!
J.K. Rowling is not going to let Donald Trump away with anything, especially when he attempts to take credit for inventing a word.
This was better than getting an owl.
Harry Potter Books from Bloomsbury announced an upcoming illustrated edition of J.K. Rowling’s The Tales of Beedle the Bard today. The new edition will be illustrated by the award-winning Chris Riddell and is set to be published Oct. 2, 2018! The official Bloomsbury announcement reads: “We are absolutely thrilled to announce Chris Riddell will be...read more!
The sequel to "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" just revealed eight new characters, although Jessica Williams' role is still being kept secret. Pottermore, author/screenwriter J.K. Rowling's official site, announced the new characters...Show More Summary
Failure has its benefits, as J.K. Rowling told Harvard’s Class of 2008 at its graduation. She failed early, often, and epically before achieving inconceivable success, and in her life, she said, “failure meant a stripping away of the inessential.” That unexpected clarity is why I’m relieved that Lincoln Center and ... More »
The creator of a magical community thinks President Donald Trump is living in a fantasy world.
A burn so good, it’s magical.
J.K. Rowling has penned some explosive books - do you even remember what the world was like before Harry Potter? - but the author just took her powerful writing skills to the next level. While working on a particularly dark scene for...Show More Summary
Ask a writer what they keep around to help them they're working. Perhaps they'll answer: a photo of a loved one, or maybe a peace lily, or even just mounds and mounds of coffee beans that they habitually rub into their gums. But not an exploding candle. SEE ALSO: 'Harry Potter: A History of Magic' documentary with J.K. Show More Summary
Twenty years later, "Harry Potter" and its spin-offs are still making big money.
In the Times of India they report that: Inclusion of my book in DU syllabus validates my work: Chetan Bhagat, as Bhagat's Five Point Someone is, along with Little Women, Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express and J.K.Rowling's...Show More Summary
She may have created the magical world of Harry Potter, but even J.K. Rowling has trouble escaping reality sometimes. And what better remedy is there than ogling photos of adorable animals? Rowling put out the siren call to her Twitter...Show More Summary
Broadway here they come! The nine-time Olivier award-winning Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is headed to the Great White Way and the play’s creative team appeared on CBS Sunday Morning to discuss nineteen years later and its trip across the pond. J.K. Rowling, acclaimed Cursed Child playwright Jack Thorne, and famed director of the...read more!
Sometimes J.K. Rowling uses a whole series of tweets to take someone down. Sometimes she only needs a couple of tweets. And sometimes, as in this case, she doesn't even need to use the full 140 characters. SEE ALSO: JK Rowling just roasted...Show More Summary