‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ is about to hit SA cinemas, but some are claiming that the film’s crimes far outweigh those of the villain.
“Harry Potter” star Daniel Radcliffe was pictured swapping out wands for guns in his new movie, and social media instantly turned it into a meme.
A prequel to the Harry Potter series, J.K.’s latest offering takes us back in time – and to another country – to understand the wizarding world of her imagination.
Many years ago JK Rowling penned one of the stories of our generation, and now Hollywood has gone huge with their new theme park.
Ah, those awkward teenage years when you can get aroused by something as harmless as a light breeze on the thigh. Daniel Radcliffe knows all about it.
It wouldn’t be the first song on too many people’s karaoke lists but we must hand it to young Daniel – he managed to nail the Eminem classic.
He might have avoided the clutches of Voldemort but that doesn’t mean Daniel Radcliffe can handle every problem thrown his way with aplomb. Manning the front desk isn’t his thing.
I know at least three of my friends who would probably fly to Poland for this. I’m not even kidding. I would like to play a round of Quidditch. But there would absolutely have to be a flying broomstick.
He has been around since he was a wee young thing, waving his wand and chasing the bad guys. Turns out Dan Radcliffe has grown up to be awesome.
Get your piece of the Harry Potter experience by staying in a specially themed room from the Georgia Hotel in London.
We’re not sure if this is an actual, serious, legitimate group of people who are focusing their worries on inane things when they could be saving children and rhinos.
The young sole survivor of a horrific attack has captured the attention of the world with her bravery and courage, after her parents and siblings were murdered at the hands of a gunman.
A young couple decided to throw a Harry Potter-inspired wedding, with all the bells and whistles you’d expect.
Inspired by European Gothic Architecture, this school looks almost exactly like Hogwarts, the school from Harry Potter…
‘Improv everywhere’, a viral prank group, thought it would be a cool idea to dress some kid up as Harry Potter, adorn his trolley with a Hedwig lookalike, and have him ask people where platform 9 and 3/4 is.
If you are a Harry Potter fan, prepare to squee. JK Rowling has been lured out of retirement. That’s right, she’s back and ready for action. She has signed a deal to write a series of new films based on the wizarding world exposed in the Harry Potter series.
Explore the Diagon Alley set from the Warner Bros. Studio Tour in London. You can now take a 360 degree tour thanks to Google’s Street View.
Pics of Harry Potter star, Daniel Radcliffe, have gone viral after being posted on Facebook following “one almighty session” in Ireland in the early hours of Monday morning. Serendipitously bumping into members of a winning Gaelic football team on the streets of Dublin, Radcliffe’s evening took a turn for the blurry.
J.K. Rowling – author behind the Harry Potter series – is back with a new book. Not even remotely Potter-related, she calls this one a “blackly comic tale for adults.” Read more about the book’s title and plot details, after the jump.
Ralph Fiennes, the actor who plays Lord Voldemort in the Harry Potter films, recently appeared on a US talk show. The host asked him to read an extract from a piece of fan fiction, titled “Harry Squatter and the Sorcerer’s Bone”. Hilarity ensued.
Gabriele Amorth is the Vatican’s chief exorcist. And if he is to be believed, he’s pretty good at it with just under 70 000 banished evil spirits under his belt. He says yoga is the work of the devil and leads to a belief in Hinduism, which, in turn, leads to evil.
Just when you thought the stench of death had finally lifted from the Harry Potter series, today it emerges that certain parts of Twitter are getting their eye-liner all smeared up regarding the fictional 30th anniversary of the slaying of teen wizard Harry’s fictional parents. For realsies…
In confirmation of the rumour that you can’t keep a good ginger down, Harry Potter author, JK Rowling, has admitted in an interview that she almost killed off Harry’s bestie, Ron Weasley, early in the book saga.
With the last film coming out soon, the Harry Potter franchise has almost been sucked dry of moneymaking potential. Almost. Because they’ve recently put up the super-secret-but-not-that-secret ‘Pottermore’ website, which seems to be promoting an upcoming treasure-hunt-type game where fans use online clues to find wands in the real world.
A well-known Star Wars and Harry Potter actor has been arrested for indecent exposure. Nicholas Read, famous for playing dwarf and/or other small-statured fantasy-related characters in movies, recently sat on a bus with a hat on his lap. True story. A 17 year-old girl was sitting next to him, and he apparently pulled everything but a rabbit from that hat.
So Heritage Auctions sold a 1997 edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone for $29, 875. A book that you can remember the release of just sold at a rare books auction. You’re Old now. If you can’t remember 1997, please crawl back into the womb.
That’s a pretty big call. I know. Alright then, I’ll hedge my bets. He’ll definitely murder either Daniel Radcliffe or JK Rowling. After long, protracted periods of stalking, high court judgments, and coincidental midnight run-ins on apartment stair wells, this here guy will eventually figure out that he has been jilted. And he will be pissed off.
It’s old news, but “the magical kid with glasses” has become an international phenomenon. Remember when HP used to be a sauce and Indiana Jones was the only character worthy of a “character name and adventure” movie title?
‘Muggle Quidditch:’ A bunch of dudes and ladies run around in capes and goggles with broomsticks between their legs while throwing balls at mounted hoops. This is an official sport, with a World Cup in November. Feel free to take a moment to weep now.