In anticipation of the upcoming Wizolympics, we’re dusting off some of our best international recipes from the MuggleNet vault to help inspire you in the kitchen and bring a taste of the wider wizarding world into your home.
Americanizing books is still a common practice long after “Harry Potter” was released. But if, as readers, we’re able to take the whole wizarding world in our stride without ever having visited it, we should also be able to figure out that pudding is more than just a gelatinous treat and trainers are the same as runners.
Pottermore, the Harry Potter Film Twitter page, and illustrator Jim Kay have all released new images from the anticipated “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” illustrated edition, and they’re gorgeous!
I hate to admit it, but part of me always wanted Hermione to actually end up with Viktor Krum, not Ron. But no matter the ending, I will always love Krum, if not for Hermione, then for myself. Viktor, I love you. Viktor, I do!
Every “Potter” fan can agree that J.K. Rowling has a way with words. After all, her writing has inspired an entire generation. But does this hold true in other languages?
Can we tell what parts of the world the “Fantastic Beasts” films will take us by looking at the cast list?
Are you the only “Harry Potter” fan in your friend group? If so, these Halloween costumes are perfect for you!
How would learning your ABCs go down in the wizarding world?
Previously, we’ve given you our thoughts while re-watching the first three “Harry Potter” movies: “Sorcerer’s Stone”, “Chamber of Secrets”, and “Prisoner of Azkaban”. Today, I’m giving you the 17 thoughts I had while re-watching the fourth movie of the series – “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”.