Every time I hear that “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” is someone’s favorite “Harry Potter” book, I have to bite my tongue.
How “Crimes of Grindelwald” Gave Us the Inclusive and Representative Wizarding World That We Always Imagined
Some fans have been critical of the lack of representation in the “Harry Potter” films in the past. Not only does “Crimes of Grindelwald” feature women of color and mental illness, but many are grateful to see autism being accurately portrayed in a mainstream film.
Neville and Luna are the pairing that makes the most sense to me. I’ll go down with this ship, and I’m sharing three reasons why.
Harry and Ron are the original #friendshipgoals, and we’re sharing four reasons why.