Sir Kenneth Branagh Appointed President of Royal Academy of Dramatic Art

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Congratulations to Sir Kenneth Branagh, who has just become the new president of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). Branagh, who himself graduated from RADA in 1981, will be the school’s sixteenth president. Read More »

“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” Roundup: The First Edition!

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Welcome to the first ever "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" roundup post. Similar to our casting posts, this new series of posts will bring together all those tidbits of information that are being revealed as we begin to draw closer to the film - including castings, character details, and much more. Read More »

The Seventh Year #QuidditchTurnsTen

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The Seventh year saw the last early season World Cup, while also showcasing the sport with an exhibition alongside the London Olympics Read More »

New Images from Jim Kay’s Illustrated Edition Released!


We're just days away from the publication of the highly anticipated illustrated version of "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone", but while we wait, the "Telegraph" has got several new images to tide you over! Read More »

The Eighth Year #QuidditchTurnsTen


2013 was the first year of regional qualifiers that progressed local gameplay among clubs. University of Texas also became just the second team to lift a world cup trophy. Read More »

The Ninth Year #QuidditchTurnsTen


Join us in our countdown for the ten-year anniversary of Muggle Quidditch as we reminisce on the exciting events relating to the beloved sport in 2014! Read More »

“Potter” Alumni Star at the BFI London Film Festival This October!


Last month, we saw how "Potter" alumni took over the Toronto Film Festival, and now it’s the turn of London! The BFI London Film Festival takes place this October, and many familiar faces will be featured in the films being shown over the course of the festival. Read More »

Domhnall Gleeson Discusses “Brooklyn”, “Star Wars”, and “The Revenant”

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Domhnall Gleeson discusses his upcoming films "Brooklyn", "The Revenant", and "Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens". Read More »

Pottermore Moments Revisited: The End

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In the final installment of "Pottermore Moments Revisited," we conclude "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban", saying goodbye to this age of the site. Read More »

The Tenth Year #QuidditchTurns10

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We're traveling back through the years to see where Quidditch came from and how it's developed in the lead-up to the tenth anniversary of the first match as it's known today on October 9, 2005. This is what's happening now. Read More »

Oz Comic-Con Sydney 2015

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Check out what Evanna Lynch and Robbie Jarvis got up to at Oz Comic-Con! Read More »

Emma Watson Shares Experiences of Sexism in the Film Industry

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It's been just about a year since Emma Watson launched the UN's HeforShe campaign, which works to involve men and boys in the fight for equal rights for women around the world. Since that time, Emma has been a committed and vocal advocate for feminism and equality. As part of that commitment, Emma recently lent her voice to a report by the "Guardian" profiling the experiences of women in the film and entertainment industry, 99% of whom have experienced sexism. Read More »

Dine in the Great Hall This Christmas at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London!


A few days ago, the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter teased on Twitter that an exciting announcement would be coming up this week. The time has finally arrived, with the Tour revealing that this December an extra special event will be taking place in the Great Hall. If you've always wanted to enjoy a great feast in the Great Hall like all your favorite "Harry Potter" characters, then this is the event for you! Read More »

James and Oliver Phelps Appear at Salt Lake Comic Con!

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The Phelps twins were at Salt Lake City Comic Con this week, answering fan questions and having a great time. But what's this about the Weasleys hitting Wayne Manor? And what rumor did they dispel? Read More »

“MuggleNet Academia” Lesson 36: “Violence Against Women in Harry Potter” Is Now Available for Download


"MuggleNet Academia" returns with this look at all of the "Violence Against Women in Harry Potter" - Download to listen NOW! Read More »

Rupert Grint, Julie Walters Support Macmillan Coffee Mornings with Recipes


Today, up and down the UK, coffee mornings are being thrown to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. Macmillan Cancer Support is a charity in the UK that supports those with cancer, as well as their friends and families. Read More »

UPDATED: “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” to Be Told in Two Parts

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J.K. Rowling and Pottermore have revealed that "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" will be told in two parts! Find out more here! Read More »

Daniel Radcliffe Says “Harry Potter” Will Never Leave Him

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Daniel Radcliffe, in a new interview for the "Big Issue", has revealed that he is still living in the shadow of "Harry Potter". It has now been four years since the release of the last film in the series, "Deathly Hallows - Part 2", but the actor is still receiving widespread attention for his role as the boy wizard. Find out what he had to say here. Read More »

Another “Potter” Actor Joins The Cast of “Beauty and the Beast”!


In a short interview with "What's On Stage", Ray Fearon, who voiced Firenze in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone", revealed that he is part of the upcoming live action "Beauty and the Beast" adaptation. Since Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) wrapped filming last month, we haven't heard much about the film. Read More »

UPDATED: The New Pottermore Is Here!


Pottermore has been teasing us for a while now, hinting that big changes are coming to the site. And now, September 22, the time has come. Pottermore as we knew it has gone, replaced by the new shiny relaunched version. Read More »