BuzzFeed is inundated with Sorting Hat quizzes assigning the taker a Hogwarts House based on absurd and unrelated criteria. But even the most ridiculous quiz can lead to enlightening discussions about identity.
Anshu Agarwal, teacher and photographer for Anshoots Photography, spent four Sundays doing a Quidditch-themed photoshoot for his students by using levitation photography, a technique that makes it look as if the subject of the photo is floating – or in Agarwal’s case, flying.
In this week’s social roundup, it’s a special edition in honor of Daniel Radcliffe’s upcoming movie, “Victor Frankenstein”. In the past couple of weeks, Daniel has been all over the place recently promoting the film, alongside co-star James McAvoy. He’s been so busy popping up everywhere from YouTube to podcasts, it’s been hard to keep up with all his appearances, so here’s a roundup of some of the more recent ones.
BuzzFeed and non-“Harry Potter” fans, the reason we Potterheads always talk about the series is because we are so enthusiastic about it, and we want to share our enthusiasm with others! So whether you’re reluctant to read the series like I was years ago, or whether you’ve never wanted to give it a chance because everyone seems to love it, here are my reasons why I wholeheartedly believe everyone should read the “Harry Potter” series.
As Daniel Radcliffe continues to promote his latest film “What If”, he was in Los Angeles this week, appearing on radio, as well as taking part in a rather special screening of the film. On Ryan Seacrest’s radio show in LA, Daniel spoke about London, future projects, “Harry Potter”, and his age, as well as his love of “Sharknado”, and was surprised by the arrival of a special guest. Daniel also stopped by KCRW radio, where he spoke about five songs that inspire him and appeared on their Guest DJ project.