Starring David Tennant as the vulgar title character, “Don Juan” In Soho follows Tennant/Don Juan as he argues with (or more aptly, ignores) the moral consequences of his life so far.
MuggleNet got a sneak peek of the Forbidden Forest, a new permanent expansion featuring magical creatures Buckbeak and Aragog, at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter.
On February 3, 360 “Harry Potter” fans of all ages brushed off their wands, donned their costumes, and descended on Gloucester Cathedral for a one-night special event to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the publication of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone”, in the very building where some of the filming took place.
Daniel Radcliffe’s latest transformation from bespectacled boy wizard to shaven-headed thug in psychologically charged “Imperium” is remarkable.
On May 31 and June 1, Gloucester Cathedral hosted two special “Harry Potter”-themed evenings. Coinciding with the school holidays, the events catered to young and old alike, with quizzes and games, fancy dress, and arts and crafts tables, allowing fans to interact and have fun.
In 2016, the annual London Book Fair featured Scholastic and Bloomsbury, US and UK publishers of the “Harry Potter” series; Little Brown, which publishes the UK editions of the “Cormoran Strike” series; and Templar Publishing, showcasing the “Harry Potter” coloring books.