Nothing is quite as personal as getting a favorite literary quote, image, or tribute tattooed onto your body. Inspired by her own recent “Potter” tattoo, MN Creative Team staff member Jasmine rounded up her fellow MN staff members, friends, and readers of MuggleNet to ask them about their tattoos. Part 1 of 3.
Byline: Jasmine Lee
MuggleNet staff member Jasmine combined her two favorite things (“Harry Potter” and slinking around online dating apps) into one, awesome experiment. Check out her (mostly failed) results.
Fandom plus alcohol is an even more wondrous thing because the depths of the Internet has yielded themed drinks for many characters in the “Harry Potter” universe.
On this day, October 5, in 1995, Dumbledore’s Army was formed by a group of students in a pub. These students weren’t the only ones who have been inspired to take action amongst the chink of mugs and dusty atmosphere that have come to be associated with local pubs, taverns, and other lower scale eateries and watering holes. In honor of these “pub revolutions,” here’s a list of some of our favorite examples of uprisings rooted in pubs and bars from fictional works.
Ah, we have finally made our way to the re-watching of “Order of the Phoenix”, one of the most polarizing installments of the series, both book, and film.
Harry needs both Ron and Hermione in his life; together, Ron and Hermione generously provide all the elements that Harry needs to be a fully functioning, more-than-adequately happy human being. By ripping the dialogue out of book-Ron’s mouth and shoving them into movie-Hermione’s does nothing except satisfy Harry/Hermione shippers and destroy any character building on Ron’s part.
We, the Creative Team at MuggleNet, have decided that a ranking of butterbeer must be done.
In order to celebrate this special day, let’s wander over to the “Top 15” list of my personal favorite “Harry Potter” “things you didn’t know about the movie series” trivia because nothing gives me more joy than discovering what happened behind the scenes.
Kathryn Hunter (Arabella Figg), physical actor extraordinaire, will be producing and directing the US run of “My Perfect Mind”, a wonderful two-man play about an actor poised to play the ultimate in “King Lear”, at 59E59 Theaters New York for a limited run starting June 10, 2015. I was able to interview her fascinating self via email before the start of the play’s three-week run.