Exclusive images of Ariana Dumbledore from “Crimes of Grindelwald” hint at a possible appearance from Albus’s younger sister in the upcoming movies.
What might Albus be hiding? What of the others in the Dumbledore family tree?
For this year’s Endangered Species Day, why not have a look at the fantastic beasts of the wizarding world and what they share with our own magical Muggle creatures?
Nagini seems doomed to become nothing more than a monster in “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald,” but Magizoologist Newt Scamander is all about helping magical creatures in need.
While the Dursleys were trying to squash the magic out of him, Harry may have saved himself through pure cluelessness, mediocrity, and a desire to be different.
Was Merope Gaunt an Obscurial, or was her oppression a product of an even more malevolent and pervasive prejudice?
There are so many hidden treasures to look for in Universal Studios’ Diagon Alley! Be sure to come to MuggleNet Live! so you can see them all for yourself!
With just over two weeks until “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” drops on Blu-ray and DVD, a brand new deleted scene has been released, showing Credence’s Obscurus wreaking havoc on the streets of New York City.
In 1899, a young Gellert Grindelwald spent a summer with his aunt in Godric’s Hollow, befriending Albus Dumbledore. Grindelwald knew of Ariana’s “condition.” When recounting the night of Ariana’s death, Aberforth says Grindelwald told him the mission of the “greater good” would lead to liberation for children like Ariana.