Both “Harry Potter” and “Soul” explore topics such as fear of the unknown, the dreams that drive us, and the power of choice.
Category: The Wizard’s Voice
In 2017, I published a critical editorial on the allegations against Johnny Depp, forming an opinion based on my limited knowledge of those allegations. This editorial is not about those allegations but about what “Harry Potter” can teach us about mob mentality, cancel culture, and jumping to conclusions.
The “Harry Potter” books are filled with numerous moments of foreshadowing, some more obvious than others. Here are ten moments of foreshadowing from the series.
Is Credence the love child of Albus Dumbledore and Gellert Grindelwald, and is destroying him the key to destroying the blood pact?
Here are three reasons why the long wait for “Fantastic Beasts” 3 will be worth it.
This article addresses the grossly exaggerated misconception, which has spiraled out of control lately, that J.K. Rowling is guilty of providing fans with excessive, and often retconned, information regarding the wizarding world.
Harry’s greatest power is the strength that he draws from his friends.
The villains in “Harry Potter” and “Fantastic Beasts” clearly believe that wizards are superior to Muggles. However, in the wizarding world, prejudice exists everywhere – even among non-villains.
What was McGonagall doing in “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald”? Let’s take a look at some of the theories explaining the beloved professor’s appearance in the film.