The Harry Potter Alliance is joining the Re:Create Coalition in order to protect fan-created works.
Exciting news – the dates for the third annual A Celebration of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando have been announced!
We are all eagerly anticipating the release of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone: Illustrated Edition”, and now those who live in the North East of England can view one of the original pieces of artwork up close at Seven Stories! Also, find out which other “Harry Potter” illustrator is set to make a guest appearance at Seven Stories!
A few weeks ago we were excited to announce that MuggleNet was hosting a very special “Potter” party at the Young Adult Literature Conference (YALC), which takes place this July as part of the London Film and Comic Con.
While we’re gearing up in anticipation of the party and getting our House colors ready, here are our top ten ideas for hosting the perfect “Potter” party.
Last October the first ever Chestertown “Harry Potter” festival took place in Maryland, celebrating everything “Harry Potter” with costume contests, Quidditch, a scavenger hunt, and much more. Well, it has been announced that the festival will take place again this year.
Over the years, we’ve seen many variations of “Harry Potter” adapted into different forms, proving how well loved the fandom is all across the world: We of course have seen the release of the eight Warner Bros. movies, along with Starkid’s “A Very Potter Musical” productions, Potter Puppet Pals YouTube videos, the “Potted Potter” stage show, etc. Now, a group of Grade 4 school children have taken it upon themselves to create their own version!
Researchers from the University of Bristol have just discovered an ancient species of lizard and named it after the flesh-cutting “Sectumsempra” curse from the “Harry Potter” series.