Fantastic Beasts: Producer Gets Swamped


Producer of "Fantastic Beasts" films becomes victim of wizard activist group. Read More »

Book Review: “The Accident Season” by Moïra Fowley-Doyle

The Accident Season

BEWARE! This story will creep under your skin, make you fall in love, and won't leave your thoughts. "The Accident Season" is a danger-laden trip through a family’s unspoken fears. With the sense that peril is around every corner, I was utterly gripped and had to keep reading even with a distinct sense of unease. Filled to the brim with secrets, hidden love, and dark pasts - you never quite know where you stand with Cara and her family. Not quite contemporary, not quite fantasy, this story tiptoes the borders of genre like a girl balancing on a slippery log over a fast-moving river. Read More »

Book Review: “Letters to Zell” by Camille Griep

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In "Letters to Zell" by Camille Griep, CeCi, Rory, and Bianca (Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, and Snow White, respectively) send correspondence to Zell (Rapunzel), who has recently departed Grimmland for Oz. Through their exchanges, we come to see that they are far from the fairy tale princesses we’ve always known and that “Happily Ever After” can oftentimes be anything but. Read More »

“Cursed Child” Director John Tiffany on Meeting Jo and Becoming a Part of the “Harry Potter” World

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

The fandom is still abuzz over last week's revelation that the "Harry Potter" stage play, originally announced in 2013, was going to be called "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child." Now, collaborator and director John Tiffany has given his first interview about what it's like to be a part of such a highly anticipated production - and tells how he met J.K. Rowling 20 years ago when she was still writing the first "Harry Potter" book. Read More »