Blimey! Feel better, Hagrid! Harry Potter's Robbie Coltrane had to be immediately hospitalized after a flight from London to Orlando on Thursday. To be clear, he was not flying on a motorcycle. This was an airplane we're talking about here, Muggles. [ Related: Tom Felton Is Sorted Into Gryffindor On Pottermore ] Apparently, the actor experienced severe flu-like symptoms [...]
Robbie Coltrane was hospitalized on Thursday (January 29) after falling ill on a British Airways flight from London to Orlando, according to TMZ. The 64-year-old actor, who played the role of Hagrid in the Harry Potter series, was experiencing severe flu-like symptoms during the flight and paramedics met him at the gate to take him [...]
"Harry Potter" star Robbie Coltrane got off a plane today and was immediately hospitalized after suffering severe flu-like symptoms during the flight... TMZ has learned.A rep for Coltrane -- who played Rubeus Hagrid -- tells us the actor fell…
Fans always wonder how J.K. Rowling crafts her Harry Potter novels. It turns out, that she does out very carefully. The popular author revealed her chapter-by-chapter spreadsheet of Order of Phoenix, which follows the prophecy, Ginny and Cho, Snape, and other exciting moments in the novel. Show More Summary
We're positively broken up about the end of Parenthood, and we're not the only ones. The cast has been sending out goodbye messages via social media leading up to this week's final episode ever. Monica Potter posted a video, her costars...Show More Summary
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Clay Club is now on Twitter! Check us out at twitter.com/ncclayclub. This account will automatically post all our blog posts and we can also use it to tweet about WNC potters and events and other items of interest. We have an awesome...Show More Summary
Just how carefully did J.K. Rowling plot out her Harry Potter novels? Incredibly carefully, it turns out. Behold a chapter-by-chapter spreadsheet of Order of the Phoenix, covering the prophecy, Ginny and Cho, Snape, and a bunch of other stuff. Read more...
Parenthood ends this week, and while we're all devastated, we can only imagine how the Bravermans feel. The cast seems so tightly knit, having made six seasons together. Monica Potter posted a video thanking the cast and crew for their support. Show More Summary
When it came to creating authentic live entertainment for The Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley, the folks at Universal Orlando Entertainment really went by the book. "Which book?," you ask. "Harry Potter and the Chambers of Secret." A single sentence from that 1998 J.K. Show More Summary
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Over its six seasons on air, "Parenthood" has consistently been the most tear-jerking show on television. Now, on the day of the series' finale, Monica Potter -- who plays Kristina Braverman on the show -- has released a farewell video that lives up to that reputation. Show More Summary
While writing Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix, author J.K. Rowling created a hand-written outline to help track plot points across the timeline of the story. The book, which is the longest in the Harry Potter series and was first published in 2003, follows Harry’s fifth year at Hogwarts as he navigates exams, […]
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-If you are a fan of Harry Potter and have a subscription to Oyster, it’s your lucky day. All seven
E-book subscription service Oyster has added the full Harry Potter series today. To celebrate, the app's themes are replaced by Hogwarts House themes, and their online literary magazine will feature Harry Potter-related content today through Friday. READ MORE »
J.K. Rowling has been very protective of Harry Potter, not letting her boy wizard jump into the e-book format until 2012. When he finally did, it was part of a universe she controlled, Pottermore.
If you're the sort of Harry Potter fan who can't help but read the series again and again, Oyster has a treat in store. The all-you-can-read subscription service has teamed up with Pottermore to carry all of the Harry Potter books, including the Hogw...
Oyster has established a new agreement with Pottermore. Subscribers now have access to all seven installments from the Harry Potter series and the three titles from the “Hogwarts Library”. In honor of this occasion, young adult author Lauren Oliver has penned an essay for The Oyster Review on the influence J.K. Show More Summary