When Deathly Hallows: Part 2 aired, part of me was devastated to see the movies end but, like most Harry Potter fans, I was able to find peace in the fact that the books had been respected and that the collection, a masterpiece … More » The post Why are Big Names Attached to the Harry Potter Spin-Offs? appeared first on EveryJoe.
Hang on, we're dying. Neville Longbottom — AKA Matthew Lewis — drove us wild when he stripped down to his tightie whities (emphasis on tight, yum!) for his spread in Attitude Magazine. But now, the British publication is one-upping itself. Not only did they release a behind-scenes-video of the Harry Potter hunk's seXXXy shoot, but we also got [...]
The ‘Harry Potter’ author struck back—deliciously--against the anti-gay group after they attacked her for supporting Irish marriage equality.
Luna Lovegood's love is a GOOD kind of love, says Evanna Lynch, the Irish actress who portrayed the kooky Harry Potter character - and she wants people to know just what that means. This week, Irish citizens voted in overwhelming favor for the legalization of same-sex marriage - the first country in the world to do so by popular vote. Show More Summary
Kate Upton is one of the contenders to play Queenie in the 'Harry Potter' spinoff 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them'.
The Irish Harry Potter star, Evanna Lynch, took to Facebook to voice her ire against anti-gay comments on her Instagram.
When Warner Bros. announced back in 2013 that not only would there be a Harry Potter movie spinoff (Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them), but that it would be written by Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, fans were ecstatic. WithShow More Summary
Evanna Lynch, (aka Luna Lovegood in the Harry Potter films), may be soft-spoken, but when it comes to telling off some Internet trolls, the 23-year-old is pretty sharp-tongued. On Saturday, 60 percent of Ireland’s voters – in the mostly Catholic country, mind you – approved same sex marriage by referendum, the Huffington Post reported. Show More Summary
The Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is closing in on not one, but two female leads. A shortlist making the arounds reveals Saoirse Ronan and Dakota Fanning are in the running for one role, while Kate Upton and Elizabeth Debicki are eyed considered for the other. Show More Summary
A species of wasp discovered in Thailand has been named for evil spirits invented by J. K. Rowling in her Harry Potter books.
At present, there isn't a lot of information pertainign to the characters and story of the Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, largely owing to the fact that the book on which the feature is set to be based is a reference guide. Show More Summary
We don’t care what point they’re trying to make. The only thing these Westboro Baptist Church members prove by dressing up in cosplay as Gandalf and Dumbledore is that they’re struggling with their own feelings of same sex attraction. And boy they must be really confused. There is no other reason anyone would feel so compelled to think […]
The latest in a series of pro-gay moves from the Harry Potter creator
After the Irish voted in favor of recognizing same-sex marriage, the Happy Potter author gleefully posted a "Dumbledore/Gandalf" slash meme with the text "now they can get married in Ireland!", replete with rainbow and clover emojis galore. Read the rest
Add this to mynightmarelist: A creature that turns prey into a zombie, then eats it alive.That's pretty much the M.O. of Ampulex dementor, a wasp named after the mythical "Harry Potter" creatures that suck souls with abandon. Dementor...Show More Summary
Can't get enough of Matthew Lewis, aka Neville Longbottom, and his stripped down style as recently seen in Attitude? Luckily for you, the British lad mag has released a behind the scenes video of Lewis on his scantly clad photoshoot...
Harry Potter author J.K Rowling slapped down the Westboro Baptist Church on Tuesday after the infamous religious group threatened to picket a fictional wedding, Gay Star News reports. After voters in Ireland approved a referendum to legalize same-sex marriage, Rowling joked that Hogwarts headmaster...
Before she was the tart-tongued grande dame on Downton Abbey, Maggie Smith was the tartan-clad elder stateswoman of Hogwarts. In the sixth Potter film, after Harry saved his friend Ron Weasley from poisoning, Smith's Professor McGonagall quipped: "I think we all agree that Mr. Show More Summary
Stock up on your dramamine, queens! Michael Musto delivered the welcome news that Wigstock is returning August 16 and reveals it will now take place on water — specifically, on a yacht named the Hybrid. He adds, “Host Lady Bunny and co-organizer Scott Lifshutz are pulling out all the stops for this wild and wacky tour that will surpass […]
This dashing ring bearer was a real hoot. Groom Shaun Palmer surprised his bride Adele and all of their guests by having an owl named Bilbo carry the rings down the aisle at their July 2014 wedding in Roker, Sunderland, United Kingdom. Show More Summary