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Are you trying to come up with Hollywood’s next great movie franchise? The movie business is more franchise focused than ever before and studios are always looking for the next big idea. Now, it looks like at least one key ingredient to the magic formula of box office success has been discovered.
Rupert Grint is totally entitled to his opinion, of course. While he didn’t create the character of Ron Weasley, he played him on screen for years. I hope that Jo Rowling weighs in on social media today.
Every property has huge, rabid fans, and a few lucky devotees of the wizarding world of Harry Potter were treated to a new look at the spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and as you might expect, they just about lost their damn minds.
If you thought you were done getting emotional about the death of Alan Rickman, get ready, there’s on more tribute you need to get through. Watch Harry Potter fans say a final farewell to the actor.
While the audience may have thought Ron and Hermoine's big lip-locking moment in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 was a beautiful triumph, it was absolutely frightening for Rupert Grint. Read on to find out why.
With the Celebration of Harry Potter in full swing in Universal Orlando, some very exciting tidbits from the Harry Potter universe have spread like fiendfyre among fans of JK Rowling's magical world.
Michael Gambon, who played Dumbledore in Harry Potter, really wants to be in the spin off Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and he even has an idea of how he can be included.
Back in 2011, Alan Rickman vaguely revealed that J.K. Rowling told him a “tiny piece of information” about Severus Snape, which had not been revealed in the books at the time. In the wake of Rickman’s tragic passing, J.K. Rowling has now offered up that tidbit of information, and it turns out, the morsel of fact about Severus Snape wasn’t so tiny.
With all of the heartfelt tributes that have poured in after the death of Alan Rickman, the loss of the legendary actor is somewhat tempered. Read on to see The New Yorker's perfect tribute to the man's career.
Feeling glum about the death of Alan Rickman? Of course you are. Then watch this video of him pranking Daniel Radcliffe on the set of The Prisoner Of Azkaban. It won't completely cure your blues, but it will help.
Alan Rickman will be remembered for any number of parts he played in his nearly 40-year career, but for millions of Harry Potter fans, he'll always be known as Severus Snape, and they took to the streets, or at least the train station, to pay their respects.
For many there is one role for which Alan Rickman will be remembered among all others. He didn’t simply play Severus Snape in the Harry Potter film series. He was that character.
As we mourn the loss of actor Alan Rickman, we can't help but look back and see just how perfect the actor was as Severus Snape in the Harry Potter movies.
We lost one of the absolute greats today when word came that Alan Rickman had succumb to cancer. His career on film lasted less than 30 years but it includes some of the greatest and most memorable film roles in that time.
Alan Rickman, an incredible actor on stage and screen who touched countless hearts and inspired generations of professional actors, died in London at the age of 69. Rickman, according to reports, has been battling cancer. His death was confirmed by his family on Thursday morning.
Eddie Redmayne is ready to make his mark on the world of Harry Potter with his leading role in next year’sFantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. It turns out, however, that he would have been much happier with a smaller role, in an earlier film.
Harry Potter fans have nearly a year to wait for the chance to revisit the cinematic version of J.K. Rowling’s magical world. Today, as promised, Warner Bros. has offered us our first video glimpse at the anticipated prequel about a magizoologist and his unplanned adventure in New York City in the 1920s. Check it out below…
With the release of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them less than a year away, new reports indicate an imminent release for the film's first trailer.
Now that he’s all grown up and playing roles that have nothing to do with teenage wizardry, it’s easy to forget that Daniel Radcliffe was just wee lad the first time we met him, but check out his audition for Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone to remind you how adorable he was.
Daniel Radcliffe will forever be associated with the Harry Potter franchise. It doesn’t matter how many other movies he makes or what else he does. With a new movie set in the same world on it’s way there are a few different ways you might expect Radcliffe to react.