This week, the Time-Turner takes us all the way back to 2012, a year that brought us Pottermore, “The Casual Vacancy”, and the MuggleNet podcast “Alohomora!”
Tagged: Deathly Hallows Part 2
This week, the Time-Turner takes us ten years back to 2009 as we talk about the “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” movie split, “A Very Potter Musical”, and MuggleSpace.
“Deathly Hallows – Part 2” simply doesn’t do the book justice. Here’s why the final “Harry Potter” film is the worst of them all.
We all know that Harry is “the Boy Who Lived,” but could he also be “the Boy Who Lived Forever”? This fan theory suggests so.
Jim Broadbent receives an honorary degree from Bishop Grosseteste University and gives a student address about his acting career.
On the five-year anniversary of the “Deathly Hallows – Part 2” release, we take a look back on how the series has shaped us personally.
How does the final “Harry Potter” movie measure up in regards to female representation?
Harry needs both Ron and Hermione in his life; together, Ron and Hermione generously provide all the elements that Harry needs to be a fully functioning, more-than-adequately happy human being. By ripping the dialogue out of book-Ron’s mouth and shoving them into movie-Hermione’s does nothing except satisfy Harry/Hermione shippers and destroy any character building on Ron’s part.
In this week’s Caption Contest image, Ginny and others look over the edge of the broken bridge, hoping Neville has survived. Read all of the winning captions for this week’s contest now!