“I Ate Like Movie Ron Weasley for a Week, and Here’s What Happened” and other article ideas that were shelved for reasons of legality, safety, or human decency in general.
Want to find out just how much your friends and family like you? Here are ten easy ways to be more like Draco Malfoy. Or: I performed the worst self-help experiment ever so that you don’t have to.
Hoping the wisdom of Dumbledore could truly heal my life, I decided to apply his advice completely out of context, by making flash cards to consult whenever I reached a tough choice. What could possibly go wrong?
The last book would’ve been more like “Harry Potter and the Drunk-ly Hallows”, am I right?
“Saw Snape doing a sexy dance in the Three Broomsticks last night… Brb putting acid pops in my eyes.”
Sure, they may have the ability to fly and get the housework done by magic, but when it comes to dating, the characters of “Harry Potter” have to wade through the same morass of horrible mistakes as the rest of us.
Facebook. Any semblance of a health and safety code. And would it have killed them to hire a guidance counselor?
Removed from a world where a hat gives you the ultimate aptitude test and you get to have “a cool wizard job” when you grow up, here’s what we reckon the “Harry Potter” characters would have gotten up to after they left school. Includes activism, infamy, and “The Wolf of Wall Street”.
Matt Lewis today appeared on Channel 4’s “Sunday Brunch” to discuss the upcoming third season of “Bluestone 42” and have a chat about his time starring in “Harry Potter”. Matt also discussed his upcoming participation in the Spectrum Kilimanjaro Challenge 2015 for the Steve Prescott Foundation. You can read more about Matt’s appearance here!