It’s been a long wait for the latest installment of J.K… – ahem – Robert Galbraith’s “Cormoran Strike” series, so we’re thrilled to hear that the manuscript for “Lethal White” is now complete!
Looking for a new nerd-tastic podcast? Try “Fantastic Geeks and Where to Find Them”, covering all the geeky things you love.
Though it’s hard for most of us to imagine the last 17 years without eight (or more…) midnight screenings of “Harry Potter” films, viewers in Saudi Arabia might be seeing the boy wizard on the big screen for the first time in the coming months.
It’s fair to say that we can hardly wait until “Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery” arrives on our mobile devices this spring. Now, we’re one step closer since preregistration for the game is now open on Google Play!
Two months ahead of the Broadway opening of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”, J.K. Rowling – along with director John Tiffany and playwright Jack Thorne – sat down with the “New York Times” to discuss the play’s impending move.
In September of 2014, Emma Watson delivered a speech about gender equality at the United Nations Headquarters. While some fans were quick to praise her statements, others felt her comments reflected a very limited perspective on what feminism could be.
Since being selected as the director for “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”, John Tiffany’s life has drastically changed. But as Tiffany shared in a recent interview with the “Herald”, this level of success is not without its drawbacks for the ethical artist.
Eddie Redmayne narrating the new audiobook of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” is a hard act to follow, but it’s still exciting to learn that “Quidditch Through the Ages” will be getting its own audio version very soon!