Readers will soon have the option to pay for premium access to the best and brightest parts of the wizarding world – including, thanks to the merger of Warner Bros. and Pottermore, the seven published “Potter” novels.
- Fri, May 24
- Jim Broadbent's birthday
- Sophie Wehner's birthday
- Harry and Ron meet Aragog in Forbidden Forest
- Sat, May 25
- Katie Harrison's birthday
- Alec Hopkins's birthday
- Sun, May 26
- Will Dunn's birthday
- Helena Bonham Carter's birthday
- Detention in the forest; Quirrell drinks unicorn blood
- “Potter, this is Oliver Wood. Wood — I’ve found you a Seeker.”
- October 25, 2002 – Richard Harris, the actor who played Albus Dumbledore in the first two Harry Potter films, dies of Hodgkin’s disease. His role as Dumbledore is replaced a few months later by Michael Gambon.
Did You Know
- “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” was first published on June 26, 1997, by Bloomsbury. There were only 500 hardback copies printed for the initial print run.