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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is headed to the stage next Summer. Not a whole lot has been revealed about the play, but J.K. Rowling has made a few things clear with recent updates on the anticipated stage production.
Today marks the 18th anniversary of the day Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone was first published, so what better day to announce that a new Harry Potter story is officially on its way and headed to the theatre next year.
The official Harry Potter website finally debuted the seventh and final book to the timeline today, and with the arrival of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows comes a few new essays offering up some interesting facts about the Harry Potter universe from J.K. Rowling herself.
There are a number of characters in the Harry Potter books that may have served as a sort of father figure to Harry Potter at some point or another throughout the story.
Harry Potter's rival Draco Malfoy turns 35 today, and author J.K. Rowling acknowledged the occasion by admitting she's not invited to the character's birthday party. Why? Because she can't seem to help herself from dissuading girls of their crush on the platinum-blonde bad boy...
J.K. Rowling's known for offering up interesting little tidbits about her Harry Potter characters. Among the latest offerings is the reveal of which Weasley twin came first. If you've read the books closely enough, you may be able to guess...
Matthew Lewis, aka Neville Longbottom, aka the clumsy awkward boy that turned into a fantastic sexy beast is back and showing all.
Harry Potter spoilers ahead! Let's face it, there are some Harry Potter characters we weren't sorry to see go...
Spoiler alert if you still haven't gotten around to reading the Harry Potter books! J.K. Rowling acknowledged the anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts by apologizing for the death of one of her characters...
Knowing what we do (and don't) about the characters featured in the Harry Potter books, we came up with a list of non-sequel stories we'd love J.K. Rowling to write. Because let's face it, for Harry Potter fans, enough will never be quite enough for us.
As you may already know, J.K. Rowling is bringing us back to Harry Potter's magical world by penning the feature adaptation of her book Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, but if you're holding out hope that the author will write a sequel to the original Harry Potter series, there's bad news.
The animal rights group is speaking out about the mistreatment of Hedwig and friends at the Warner Bros Studio Tour in London.
J.K. Rowling isn't an author to publish a mega-popular series of books and then disappear into a giant Scrooge McDuck pile of money while her fans obsess over unanswered questions and magical mysteries. Between Twitter and her Harry Potter website, the author continues to interact with fans and answer questions about the beloved magical series, some more hard-hitting than others.
We've known since we first learned that these "Festive Surprises" were headed to Pottermore that one of the updates would give us some insight into the life of Harry's Hogwarts nemesis Draco Malfoy.
J.K. Rowling continues to dole out Harry Potter treats to fans at Pottermore. Today's festive surprise came along with an essay focusing on the creepy reanimated corpses that Voldemort enlisted to guard one of his Horcruxes.