Today’s topic is the result mainly of a long running frustration that I’ve been building up since I first started writing here at MuggleNet and people started sending me owls on the matter. I am talking of course about the persistent theories that there’s a link between Neville Longbottom and Peter Pettigrew and that there might be a clue to how Neville’s going to act in books 6 and 7 based on how Pettigrew acted in betraying the Potters.
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Snape is a crucial piece of the prophecy – no matter which boy Voldemort chooses to attack.
– In Chapter 23 of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry, Hermione, and the Weasleys visit Arthur at St. Mungo’s. While there, they encounter Neville Longbottom visiting his parents, who are...
While some “Harry Potter” fans have pondered whether Luna and Neville make it as a couple after “Deathly Hallows,” we’re unsure if they ever were one.
Did Neville struggle with magic because he was using the wrong wand? MuggleNet takes a look at this theory.
Are fame and success related? In a bid to find out, Oliver Guy-Watkins’s case study stars James Payton in the leading role.
Are you ready for a bit of light reading? Join Hugh Bonneville as he reads Chapter 13: “Nicolas Flamel” of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.
We all know that Professor Trelawney’s first prophecy could have referred to Neville, so what if Voldemort had singled out Neville as his equal instead of Harry?
Here’s an unconventional mentor relationship that proves that inspiration can be found from our peers and friends as much as from the Dumbledores of this world.