Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling had a bit of fun over the weekend, cheering on her favorite rugby team, reports RadioTimes.
We’re not about to shatter your image of the grand J.K. Rowling (Harry Potter), because the mistake she made on Twitter was small and understandable but worth mentioning.
Poor Severus Snape. Having been handed the least pleasant of tasks throughout the entire Harry Potter story arc, one in which he was forced by poor circumstance to act against his own finer feelings and present himself in a …
Visitors of the Warner Bros. Harry Potter studio tour in Leavesden, England, aren’t fans of Harry’s friend Dobby being trapped in a glass case, reports Time.
Have you been pining away for more J.K. Rowling stories to appear on TV? The wait may not be exactly over, but this bit of news may tide us over until the adaptation arrives.
A cynical person might suggest that picking this photo of Tom Hiddleston and Eddie Redmayne from a pile of shots taken at the Toronto International Film Festival and making a fuss about an apparent clinch between two highly-rated …
Well, this is embarrassing. It turns out there might be a really good reason why the wizards and witches of the Harry Potter universe refer to their most notorious foe as “he who must not be named;” one that is unrelated to …
It seems like author J.K. Rowling hardly ever takes the day off from work, whether she’s writing or keeping up with readers on Twitter.
It seems inconceivable that anyone would believe that a new series of Harry Potter novels might be on the way, given that J.K. Rowling has been fairly clear that this isn’t the case.
There’s a lovely interview with the theater director John Tiffany in the Scottish Daily Record which sheds some light on his involvement in J.K. Rowling‘s new play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.