While British “Love Actually” fans have already fallen in love with “Red Nose Day Actually”, American fans have been patiently waiting their turn to see the short-film sequel to the 2003 instant classic.
J.K. Rowling has never been shy about talking about her experience with mental illness. So it’s encouraging to see that as mental health awareness grows, more and more actors and alumni from the “Harry Potter” series are keen to speak out as well.
J.K. Rowling has announced that her royalties from the new edition of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” will go to Comic Relief!
Over the years, J.K. Rowling has gone out of her way to make a difference to her fans and support them during some of the most difficult times and through tough experiences. The author has now contributed to a charity comic anthology, “Love Is Love”.
In a message of thanks posted on the Lumos website, J.K. Rowling urges others to think of the estimated eight million children who are institutionalized around the world. Read it here!
Emma Thompson is backing the “Yours, Mrs Claus” campaign in order to increase the profiles of poverty-stricken women and girls around the world.