As someone who has never shipped Harry and Hermione, here’s why I loved their dance scene in “Deathly Hallows – Part 1” and why I think it works.
Our hearts can’t help but melt as we look back on what we believe to be the top five adorable moments between Newt Scamander and Tina Goldstein.
“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” really missed an opportunity to canonize what would have been a much-adored same-sex relationship.
By pairing Robin and Strike with characters from “The Faerie Queene”, Dr. Beatrice Groves reveals how “Troubled Blood” foreshadows what’s to come in the detectives’ relationship.
Neville and Luna are the pairing that makes the most sense to me. I’ll go down with this ship, and I’m sharing three reasons why.
Growing up, Ron was never my favorite of the trio. Now that I’m older, I love Ron. What’s changed over the years?
There are Dramione and Luneville, but what about the Red Moon? hpboy13 argues that a Luna/Ron ship is not one that sails.
It’s okay to disagree, but let’s not take it too far.
Just because one is male and the other is female, it doesn’t mean they are right for each other.