It’s time once again to check out what Netflix will have in store for us in the month of September, starring various “Potter” alumni.
Byline: Toni Louise Cooper
Nearly Headless Nick actor and British comedian John Cleese will be honored with the Rose d’Or Award for Life Achievement next month. Cleese will be receiving this due to his longstanding and outstanding contribution to the entertainment world.
With the hype of “Fantastic Beasts” getting bigger by the day, here’s a little something else to get you even more excited!
With just another four months to go until “Fantastic Beasts and Where to the Find Them” graces our cinema screens, Pottermore has kindly shared an exclusive interview with two of the movie’s main actresses, giving us an insight into how they prepared for their characters.
Last month, we reported to you that J.K. Rowling would be making an appearance on a special documentary dedicated to British funny-man Peter Kay. You can now watch said documentary right here!
The Stage Awards announced their 2016 nominations earlier this week, which included a big nomination for theater producer Sonia Friedman, whose name has recently caught our attention with her involvement in “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”.
We are saddened to report that Pavel Medek, Czech translator of the “Harry Potter” books, has recently passed away at the age of 63. He was known as one of the leading translators from English to Czech, the “Harry Potter” books being what he was most famous for translating.
Have you ever wanted the chance to be featured on a “Harry Potter” book cover? Well, now is the time.
Once again, I was given the honor of representing MuggleNet at a fan convention, this time at Collectormania in Milton Keynes. Situated in the large town’s football stadium and being free of charge to enter, it is one of Showmasters’ biggest conventions, running over the course of three days – May 16-18. This was my first time attending this particular con but could only attend on the 17th…this was good enough for me however.