J.K. Rowling reflected how many of us felt when she said, “Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home.” We’ve all wished the universe she created were real. However, is a life in the wizarding world all it’s cracked up to be?
Each year, Hallmark graces us with at least one new “Harry Potter” Keepsake Ornament, and this year’s selection is pretty spectacular! One ornament will depict the Gringotts dragon perched on top of the wizarding bank, while the other will depict Harry and Ron in the famous chess match at the end of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”.
This week, the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter is hosting a brand new event for the Easter holidays. Starting on Friday, March 25, the event, which is called Half-Giant Hagrid, focuses on the creation of Hagrid, as well as the goblins in the films.
Have you ever wanted to discover how the production team behind the “Harry Potter” films brought Hagrid to life on screen? This Easter, Warner Bros. Studio Tour reveals the colossal efforts taken by producers, costume designers, and the special effects teams to create Hogwarts’s famous groundskeeper.
Magic is awesome. But did you ever get the vibe that much of the wizarding world is still stuck in the technological dark ages? Here are seven Muggle technological inventions that I think win out over their magical counterparts.
I wake up, disoriented, as a horrible screeching rings through my head. Stumbling out of bed, I go through the methodical routine of grabbing my phone, keys, and a jacket before filing out of the building for the third fire drill of the semester. As I pass under the alarm in the hallway, and it shakes my whole body, I wish I could just point at it and yell, “’Silencio’!”