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Those Harry Potter fans who weren't able to secure tickets to the highly anticipated stage-set sequel of J.K. Rowling's beloved series may still be able to see the two-part Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
A life for a life seems to be J.K. Rowling’s way, as it relates to certain major decisions in the Harry Potter series. While acknowledging the 18th anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts, J.K. Rowling issued her latest apology for the death of Remus Lupin, going on to explain that the decision to kill him off was made two books prior, when she decided not to kill off a different character.
The curtain goes up for the Harry Potter sequel play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child this summer. As previews approach, the highly anticipated West End production has given us a glimpse of the action… well, rehearsal-action. The wands are out as we see some of the actors working out scenes from the hugely anticipated production…
As promised, the first of the new Harry Potter writings have gone up, and J.K. Rowling’s first installment of Magic in North America has revealed some interesting details about the early years of magic in this great nation.
Late in January, J.K. Rowling revealed the names and some interesting facts about other magical schools around the world. But when it came to the North American version of Hogwarts, all we received was a name and a general location.
Harry Potter fans have a lot of questions for author J.K. Rowling, and it seems some come up more than others. There’s one question in particular that Rowling has politely requested people stop asking. It relates to the Horcrux in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
Those Harry Potter fans who won’t be able to make it to London to see Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre won’t be completely out of luck. It was announced today that the play’s script will be published as a book, to be released not long after the show opens.
Last night, Harry Potter fans learned new information about four wizarding schools around the world, including the name and general location of the North American wizarding school.
Those who’ve been wondering what the North America equivalent to Hogwarts is will be happy to learn that J.K. Rowling has finally revealed the name, along with names and locations of the other wizarding schools across the globe. Where do witches and wizards in North America get their schooling?
This week marks the ninth anniversary of J.K. Rowling’s completion of the Harry Potter series. Well, her completion of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, at the very least. To honor the occasion, the author shared a photo of the graffiti she left in the hotel where she completed the book…
What do Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley look like today? That question has been answered in the form of a casting announcement for the much anticipated stage play sequel Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
The great Snape debate. Was he a good man and just misunderstood? Or was he a bad person? J.K. Rowling addressed the topic today in a series of comments about the potions master. From what the Harry Potter author says, it sounds like there’s no black or white with this character.
It's a big day for Harry Potter fans, as priority booking for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child opened up as planned. Unsurprisingly, demand for the tickets is high, with more than a hundred thousand Harry Potter fans logging in to try to get tickets.
Following yesterday’s reveal of the official artwork for the anticipated two-part stage production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child comes the information we’ve all been waiting for; an official description of the plot of the play.
Let the obsession over the Harry Potter mystery play(s) resume! Not much is known about the anticipated stage production that’s in the works, but Harry Potter and the Cursed Child did just release its official artwork, which gives us a look at a child who could very well be the titular “Cursed Child.” Take a look…