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Byline: Ciaran Loughlin
J.K. Rowling takes legal action against eBay after her previous request for the company to remove the sale of illegal merchandise.
The rumors stating that Warner Bros. is displeased with Daniel Radcliffe’s role in “Equus” are dispelled.
The first performance of “Equus” starring Daniel Radcliffe is receiving positive reviews. Read on to find out more.
Laura Mallory, the mother who has been crusading since August 2005 to remove the “Harry Potter” books from school libraries, is set to appeal to the county’s Superior Court.
Laura Mallory is appealing yet again to remove the “Harry Potter” books from school libraries.
In celebration of their 21st birthday, Bloomsbury re-released “Philosopher’s Stone” with a short introduction by J.K. Rowling.
A man from Kettering, UK, was sentenced to jail for the theft of two copies of the unreleased “Harry Potter” book.
About 15,000 teenage girls queued up at the London open auditions for the part of Luna Lovegood in the “Order of the Phoenix” movie.