Matthew Lewis has discussed facts about his time on the “Harry Potter” set, his love for “The Lord of the Rings,” and how his latest film, “Baby Done,” has made him happy to be a dog parent in a recent interview.
Exclusive Interview: MuggleNet Talks to Jeremy Padawer, Purchaser of Rare “Philosopher’s Stone” at Record-Breaking Price
Jeremy Padawer spoke with MuggleNet about his purchase of the most expensive “Harry Potter” book to date, bought for $193,000! Learn more about this rare copy of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” and what Padawer has to say about following one’s passions.
Imelda Staunton, who portrays Dolores Umbridge in the “Harry Potter” film series, discusses the challenges of playing a more contemporary version of Queen Elizabeth II in “The Crown” and gives her opinion on the need for a disclaimer on the program.
Gary Oldman, who played Sirius Black in “Harry Potter,” discusses his rise to fame over the last 40 years and how he can relate to the successful, alcohol-fueled life of Hollywood screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz in his latest film, “Mank.”
When you read the book “This Is How We Fly,” you may be asking yourself where the idea for the book came from and how much of it is based on reality. Click here to find out.
In an illuminating interview with the “Times,” Evanna Lynch takes us through her veganism journey: from its roots to its ethos and its impact on her family and her career. Join Lynch on an exploration of what a vegan lifestyle looks like!
Thanks to our Magical Books for Muggle Teachers fundraiser, four educators were able to receive copies of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” to use with their students. We recently caught up with three of them to learn more about how they’re spreading a love of reading through the books!
A new wizard rock compilation album, “Transfiguration: A Wrock Comp for Trans Rights”, is bringing humor and heart to a difficult discourse within the Wizarding World fandom. Find out more about the album from our interview with one of its organizers!
Stunt performer Nicholas Daines has worked on blockbusters like “Wonder Woman” and the “Star Wars” films, but he says his time on the “Harry Potter” stunt team is an experience he will never forget.