Some sad news from the weekend just past, as it’s been announced that the British actor David Ryall, best known for playing Elphias Doge in the Harry Potter films, passed away on Christmas Day. He was 79 years old.
It’s natural that thoughts turn to the year ahead and the kind of changes everyone feels the need to make in order to better themselves in the coming months.
For fans of Harry Potter, and the general magical universe of wands, wizards and quidditch, news of a movie that seeks to revisit those unearthly places is a mixed delight.
…and yes, it’s exactly what you think.
Imagine you’re internationally famous for a thing you did when you were a kid, a thing you’re proud of, something you’re still happy to be reminded of from time to time, but very much a thing that doesn’t …
Because we simply can’t get enough of British actors trying their hand at the pop music. Especially if it’s hip hop.
Sure, Florida’s Universal Orlando theme park has the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, but can you sleep over?
Because we already know where Harry, Hermione and Ron ended up. But not everyone can be the Boy Who Lived, the Boy Who Lived’s Best Friend, or The Girl Who Had To Do Most Of The Thinking. So, what happened to the rest of them?
Over the weekend, Emma Watson appeared at the United Nations headquarters in New York to make a speech launching an initiative that aims to bring gender equality to the world.
The first Quidditch World Cup, a real sport based on the fictional Harry Potter competition, took place in 2007 between two U.S.-based schools, and has now grown to over 80 teams competing internationally, reports RadioTimes.
A young couple were both so in love with J.K. Rowling’s wizarding stories, they figured what better way to express their love for each other on their wedding day than to invite Harry Potter, reports the U.