Hermione Granger certainly continues to be a feminist role model for “Harry Potter” fans Hogwarts-bound and further afield in “Cursed Child”! Most notably in that last name…
Weasley may have been our king, but he certainly doesn’t get as much love in “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”. It’s about time that adult Ron got a little more appreciation!
With Christmas just around the corner, ’tis the season for looking back on the warmest, most endearing moments of the “Harry Potter” series!
The finale in this epilogue series imagines the wizarding world 19 months after the final battle.
Can you imagine what the wizarding world would look like 19 weeks after the Battle of Hogwarts?
A miniseries speculating what may have occurred in the wizarding world between the end of the final battle and the epilogue at King’s Cross. What happened 19 days after Voldemort fell?
We know what happened 19 years after the final battle, but how about 19 minutes after? A miniseries that puts speculation and opinions together to idealize what occurred between the Final Battle and the epilogue.
Harry didn’t stop existing when he defeated Voldemort. To us, he’s a 33 year old wizard who’s still fighting crime. Rowling found a way to keep him alive by writing an epilogue in “Deathly Hallows” and continuing publishing material in Pottermore. There are reasons to love and dislike this way of keeping our hero alive, what do you think about it?