From Harry’s first year onward, Snape uses Legilimency to call Harry on his bluffs and strengthen his own hatred for the Boy Who Lived.
We all know Sybill Trelawney’s prophecy that led to the epic conflict of Voldemort and Harry Potter. But what did the cards reveal about Harry’s journey?
Running Press, which released a fun collectible Quidditch set last year, is back with more “Harry Potter” goodness!
Check out new Fan of the Week, Khadija, a Gryffindor from California! Read on to discover her favorite moment from the series that she wishes she could keep in a Pensieve!
Our newest Fan of the Week is Emma, a Ravenclaw from the US! Read on to discover her favorite fandom memory and what the “Harry Potter” fandom has meant to her.
MuggleNet’s global book club, “Alohomora!”, continues its re-read of the “Harry Potter” series. It’s time to return to Dumbledore’s office for the second lesson involving the story of Yyoung Tom Riddle! Join Kat, Rosie, Eric, and special guest author Melinda Salisbury as they discuss Dumbledore’s actions and meet the future Lord Voldemort for the first time, in a discussion covering Chapter 13 of “Half-Blood Prince”, “The Secret Riddle.”
As any “Harry Potter” fan can attest, the biggest anxiety you face is trying to figure out which parts of the book are going to be cut from the movies. Generally, you understand that certain things need to be changed for the screen, but you can almost always assume that the most important moments will be included, partly, or hopefully, in their entirety. This is why “Half-Blood Prince” was such a huge disappointment for me. Of course, I will always watch it because it’s a “Harry Potter” movie, and the movie itself is not a bad movie, but there are three aspects that I think should have been included.