Following last week’s breaking news that occurred during our last episode, join us as we once again speculate about what it all means! Andrew, Micah, Eric and special return guest Laura Thompson talk Cursed Child with a bit more clarity (and no less skepticism).
BuzzFeed and non-“Harry Potter” fans, the reason we Potterheads always talk about the series is because we are so enthusiastic about it, and we want to share our enthusiasm with others! So whether you’re reluctant to read the series like I was years ago, or whether you’ve never wanted to give it a chance because everyone seems to love it, here are my reasons why I wholeheartedly believe everyone should read the “Harry Potter” series.
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”.
Today, I will be reflecting on the third chapter of the book, which discusses what the author of our beloved series, J.K. Rowling, said about Book 7 before it was even published. I’ll be going through each of the points in the chapter to see if what JKR led us to believe actually occurred.
JKR should never let go of the “Harry Potter” series, and neither should we. We just need to be allowed to imagine things on our own. Sometimes, less information is more.
The “Potter” novels were filled with surprises, and J.K. Rowling stumped us quite a few times.
J.K. Rowling’s tweet today is a short but sweet reminder to us that our invitation to Hogwarts doesn’t come in a sealed envelope – it comes with one simple, extraordinary sentence.
J.K. Rowling today adds another honor to her ever-growing list of achievements – recipient of the British Red Cross Humanity Award. This prestigious accolade honors humanitarians who work to change lives around the world. Given Jo’s status as the founder of Lumos and the president of Gingerbread – as well as her many other philanthropic and charitable efforts – we’d say she’s well deserving of the achievement.
What happens when the world of our Queen Rowling collides with that of one amazing comic book artist? The answer is in this week’s MuggleNet Throwback!