Unlike George R.R. Martin in his Game Of Thrones books, J.K. Rowling actually feels bad about the characters she kills off! Today marks the 18th anniversary of the Battle Of Hogwarts — it took place on May 2, 1998 — and as tradition goes, the Harry Potter author celebrated by once again apologizing for another casualty [...]
Today is the anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts, and you know what that means! J.K. Rowling is here to apologize for killing off characters that she spent seven Harry Potter books convincing you to love! Read more...
A life for a life seems to be J.K. Rowling?s way, as it relates to certain major decisions in the Harry Potter series. While acknowledging the 18th anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts, J.K. Rowling issued her latest apology for the...Show More Summary
Sometimes the death of your favorite fictional character can feel just as tragic than the death of someone who is actually real (it's not, but it can feel like that), and no one knows that more than Harry Potter fans. Like a vengeful...Show More Summary
Today marks the 18th Anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts, with Harry Potter J.K. Rowling apologizing for killing off a beloved character.
J.K. Rowling apologizes for killing Remus Lupin.
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"Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling kept her tradition of apologizing and explaining one death on the anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts on Monday. The bloody battle saw Voldemort's forces descend on Harry Potter, his teachers, his...Show More Summary
Another year, another apology from J.K. Rowling. In honor of the anniversary of the fictional Battle of Hogwarts, the author of the popular Harry Potter series took to Twitter on Monday to explain the real reason she decided to kill off the beloved character Remus Lupin. Show More Summary
Much like the reading of names of the dead at a small-town Memorial Day service, J.K. Rowling continues to remember the deaths of "Harry Potter" characters in her own special way. Specifically, by apologizing. But first, some background information. Fans of the "Harry Potter" books will know that...
Harry Potter series author J.K. Rowling recognizes that today marks the 18th anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts.
J.K. Rowling apologized on Monday — the 18th anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts — for the death of one of Harry Potter (...)
Last year, on the May 2 anniversary of the battle of Hogwarts, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling began a tradition of apologizing for one character death per anniversary. She started in 2015 with Fred Weasley. Since today is May 2, 2016,...Show More Summary
By Aatif Zubair Published: May 02nd, 2016
At Xinhua Lyu Dong and Li Zhengwei report on Leafing through online literature for China's Harry Potter, as: If China's film market is a flame burning bright, the country's online literature is increasingly its fuel. As I've (often,Show More Summary
Harry Potter is one of the best fantasy series/books in general, so anyone who?s ever had anything to do with it is someone to get excited about. While he?s not J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne might just be the next best thing.Click To Continue Reading
One Twitter user voiced the hopes of many today, asking if Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will be staged in countries other than the U.K. J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) responded pronto, and said that they’re hoping to take the play elsewhere in the world – so don’t lose faith yet! This sounds very promising...read more!
Because growing up as one of Draco Malfoy's idiot cronies really does something to a kid (Jamie Waylett who played Vincent Crabbe spent two years in prison for participating in the 2011 England Riots), Josh Herdman, who played Gregory Goyle in the Harry Potter movies, is now a 28-year old MMA fighter with something to prove. Show More Summary
We all look back at the Harry Potter franchise with loving eyes. From the fantastic books to the stellar films, the series has embedded itself in geek culture, and with good reason. A great story about a young boy who finds himself and...Show More Summary
Do you remember this Slytherin fellow, Gregory Goyle? You know, one of Draco Malfoy’s two burly henchmen who lived to terrorize and bully Hogwarts students—especially Harry Potter and his best mates. Well, in case someone slipped some forgetfulness potion in your drink, here’s a very young version of Goyle in the Harry Potter movies. Show More Summary