Canadian musician Peter Pringle has released a new performance in which he uses a 1929 RCA theremin to play a soothing cover of “Over the Rainbow,” the song written by composer Harold Arlen for the classic 1939 film The Wizard of Oz. Here is the original song for comparison. via Open Culture Related Laughing Squid […]
What maketh the man? That’s the premise behind The Man I Am Today, an AskMen series where we ask the world's most inspiring men how they got here. He may be best known as a “child star” or a “boy wizard” but, at the age of 27, Daniel Radcliffe continues to subvert expectation by being a grown up. Show More Summary
NBA training camps have opened, and preseason starts Saturday. Basketball is coming. At Wizards training camp, there’s a new name worth paying some attention to. Here’s CSN Washington: The surprise for the Wizards isn’t that John Wall could be back sooner than later. Or that Kelly Oubre stands a chance at winning the starting job at small [...]
The new Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them trailer gives fans a glimpse of the terrifying state of the Wizarding World back in the 1920s. Even Eddie Redmayne’s charm cannot conceal the fact that a war is brewing. “This is related to the Grindelwald attacks in Europe. Show More Summary
With the premiere of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them rapidly approaching, Warner Bros. Pictures and IMAX will be treating fans to an exclusive sneak peek at new footage from the film on Thursday, October 13th at 3:30/12:30pm – with a globally broadcast event. Show More Summary
We've talked in the past about how Magic Duels [Free] was a missed opportunity for Wizards since it failed to bring to mobile (and PC for that matter) a Hearthstone-like Magic equivalent, which is a real pity for fans of the most popular CCG. Still, despite its flaws Magic Duels is entertaining and has also
Famous wizards’ pre-Hogwarts house are hitting the market left and right Earlier this month, the house that served as the filming location for 4 Privet Drive, the home of Harry Potter’s pre-Hogwarts guardians the Dursleys, hit the market for £475,000 (around $619,000). Show More Summary
The Catholic League's Bill Donohue, whose blood pressure, I can only assume, has never gone down in his life, says the entire day is a farce in an article for CNSNews.com. But not before supporting it for just a moment.
Britney Spears and Selena Gomez are both pop girls who got their start with Disney. Britney was part of The All New Mickey Mouse Club while Selena starred on the Wizards of Waverly Place. Both of the Disney alumni have shed their good-girl looks for a sexier image, and both Selena and Britney sing and... Show More Summary
Warner Bros will be holding a free Global Fan Event to promote Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. The event, which is being called, Fantastic Beasts: A Return to J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World will take place on October 13th, 2016...Show More Summary
On the occasion of the new trailer for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, I was thinking about the fantastical wizarding world of Harry Potter. Who wouldn’t want to live in a world with magical items like pictures that move, newspapers that automatically update themselves, portraits that speak? Then it hit me: My smartphone [...]Show More Summary
David Duke worked the Louisiana gun show like a preacher pursuing souls, cornering potential voters as they picked over firearms and ammo. The robes are gone and the rhetoric is softer than during his grand wizard days. But Duke has not shed his relentless proselytizing for the white race, even...
While the Harry Potter film franchise reached its conclusion over five years ago, it doesn’t necessarily mean that the wizarding fun has to come to an end – we can all still look forward to the upcoming Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Given that the first full-length trailer has just been released, you can finally […]
The first "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" full-length trailer definitely does not skimp on the magical creatures. The trailer gives us our first look at just some of the strange beings that wizard/cryptozoologist Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) brings with him to 1920's New York. Show More Summary
the Kids These Days issue Sarah Mirk Positive Affirmation: Trans advocate and wizard activist Jackson Bird in his coming-out video. This article appears in our 2016 Fall issue, Kids These Days. Subscribe today! “I’ve been writing this...Show More Summary
Long before the birth of the Boy Who Lived, long before the rise of the dark wizard You Know Who and his Death Eaters, the wizarding world was nonetheless as exciting and secretive a place as it is today. Hidden away from the muggles of Britain and the nomajes of America, wizards and witches the […]
The final “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” trailer will cast a spell on you.
Twitter’s Moment’s feature is one of the most unique tools to be introduced to the platform in the last few years, but it’s been limited in that only the wizards at Twitter HQ could create them. That’s now changing. The company today announced that it’s opening up Moments so that anyone can make one about pretty much topic. Show More Summary
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them kicks off a whole new era of magic, complete with its own story, heroes, and villains. This new trailer sets up an American wizarding community where some wizards don't seem too happy with hiding themselves from the Muggles (or "No-maj" in America, but come on, no one's going to use that term outside of the movie).
Newt Scamander tracks down escaped dangerous creatures in a magical 1920s New York. The post Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Trailer: Travel Back in Wizarding Time appeared first on WIRED.