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There's more cinematic adventure from the Harry Potter universe on the way, but with more than two years between now and the arrival of the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them adaptations, what's a Potter fan do to fill the time?
As the anticipated adaptation of Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them is based on a textbook, penned by the fictional Newt Scamander, Harry Potter fans only have a limited amount of information to go on as it relates to the plot of this feature trilogy.
Harry Potter fans -- especially those who are most likely to be sorted into Slytherin House -- will have one more reason to want to attend the Warner Brothers Studio Tour in London. It was announced this week that a new section will be unveiled this October, which will be completely devoted to the Dark Arts.
These days, David Yates is busy helming Warner Bros. anticipated Tarzan film, but he may be headed back to familiar territory as the director is reportedly in talks to helm the Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.
We are, sometimes, our own worst critics. That may just be the case for Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe, who was quoted recently as saying he hates his performance in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Despite the support he's received from J.K. Rowling over his portrayal of the boy wizard in eight Harry Potter films...
If you thought the Harry Potter buzz was starting to fizzle out, you'd be wrong. In fact, J.K. Rowling's beloved book series and the films that followed seem to be experiencing a resurgence of interest lately, likely due at least in part to the attention generated by the expansion of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Orlando...
Is Hogwarts really as safe as people say it is? And how hard was it really for Voldemort to dispose of Harry? These are a couple of the questions Mashable's Harry Potter in 2 Minutes "TL; DW" video poses as it summarizes the films in two minutes.
J.K. Rowling surprised Harry Potter fans yesterday by delivering a new piece of Potter-focused content on the official Harry Potter website. Was it enough content to constitute a movie? Probably not, but with fans and the media abuzz on the subject, it's no surprise that Daniel Radcliffe would be asked...
Among the few details we know about WB's planned Harry Potter offshoot Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, is that the story will begin in New York, seventy years before Harry Potter arrived at Hogwarts. But the films apparently won't be filmed there.
Ever want to see what Quidditch would look like in the Muggle world? Then Mudbloods is the movie for you!
When we factor in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban and more recently, the visual feast that was Gravity, it's not wonder that people were excited by the idea that Alfonso Cuaron might be the one to helm the anticipated Harry Potter spinoff/prequel(ish) film(s) Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
Nikki Finke--despite her scandals of late--is generally a credible source in Hollywood's dealings. So if she says Alfonso Cuarón is in negotiations with Warner Bros. to take on the helm of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, we'd bet she has solid cause.
It is very cool that the original stars of the series still care enough to contribute to fun projects like this. Watch this behind-the-scenes clip on the making of the ride, and start planning your adventure to Universal Studios Orlando soon.
As half the Harry Potter films made their debut in November, that seems like a fitting month for J.K. Rowling's world to be revisited, as Warner Bros. has set the release date for Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them for late November in 2016.
Sometimes Fan Art is better than the actual art studios put out, mostly because it presents material that's already known to everyone – just in unique ways. And sometimes, it's better because it makes us laugh when at something we normally wouldn't. Laugh that come from things like British Pop Bands on desolate planets, Ewok hookers, and luxury liners with deadly vendettas. All of those and more lie behind the curtain, as we curate some of the most fun (and funny) art on the Internet.