Luna Lovegood is our favorite Loony. Besides teaching us about all sorts of strange creatures, however, she spread another important message: how to be yourself and believe you can do anything.
Byline: Priscilla Kint
We are lucky to have several “Harry Potter” theme parks worldwide, but that doesn’t mean we can’t help them out! Here are five ideas for rides that would make any “Potter” park even better!
Nothing is more fun than to think about what would have happened if one thing were different in “Harry Potter”. Here are seven changes that would alter the story as we know it!
We “Potter” fans are so used to having book material to back up the movies that we can’t help but wonder: What would the first “Fantastic Beasts” movie have looked like as a novel?
The wizarding sport Quidditch has long since stopped being a fantasy – and at the Dutch Quidditch Cup, we’ve learned exactly what’s great about its Muggle equivalent!
“Harry Potter” has a special place in each of our hearts – and it shows in our literature! Here are the seven best references to the Potterverse in the YA contemporary novel “Leah on the Offbeat” by Becky Albertalli.
One of the most exciting things about Harry’s fourth year at Hogwarts is the presence of students from different wizarding schools, but one change in the movies makes Beauxbatons seem just a little less awesome.
Fred and George Weasley are mostly known for their funny comebacks and hilarious pranks, but there is more to them than that. As they joke and laugh, they actually show us great ways to deal with problems.
As the countdown to November and “Crimes of Grindelwald” continues, we’re left with heaps of questions left by the trailer. Why is Newt going to France? What will await him there, and could it be a link to the “Harry Potter” series?