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Forget satisfying their candy craving, these stars are dressing up for social media attention as we run through this year's crop of the best Halloween costumes.
October 31 has arrived and, as promised, Pottermore delivered the goods and then some! J.K. Rowling's official Harry Potter site added Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, which offers six new writings, penned by Rowling herself.
Arriving home on Halloween night is supposed to be followed by a jubilant bag-dumping, with a waterfall of chocolate, caramel and other blissfully melty morsels cascading out. But there’s always something there to screw it up, and these are the ten worst candies to find cohabitating with your Snickers and your Twix
Harry Potter fans are counting down to Friday when "all will be revealed" at Pottermore, J.K. Rowling's official Harry Potter site. The Pottermore Facebook page has been giving us fun little trick and treats. Yesterday's trick (or treat?) pointed to the subject of a new writing to Pottermore. But looking at all of the clues together, we're inclined to think that all of the trick and treats may be hinting at this new story.
As Halloween approaches, the Pottermore website and Facebook page continues to tease us with tricks and treats leading up to October 31, when "all will be revealed." Today's treat came in the form of a crossword puzzle, which, when solved correctly, would reveal a scrambled word that would tell us the subject of a new writing that Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling is set to share.
J.K. Rowling is set to deliver fans a bit more Harry Potter. This Halloween, fans will get to know one of the Harry Potter series' most wickedest witches, Dolores Jane Umbridge. Rowling is reportedly set to write a story about the temporary professor and Ministry of Magic Senior Undersecretary, which will be released October 31.
J.K. Rowling's Twitter has been pretty quiet since earlier this month when she had Harry Potter fans buzzing about her tricky anagram, which offered a clue about the Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them feature adaptation.
Neil Patrick Harris is awesome, so why shouldn't his autobiography as well? One look at the cover -- or title, for that matter -- of Neil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own Autobiography should give you a pretty good indication of the format the How I Met Your Mother star took with his memoir...
Think of two fictional franchises that you never believed would cross over. Now forget those, because what Archie Comics and Dark Horse Comics are teaming up to bring us next year is more freaky than anything your imagination could create.
Stephen Collins, best known for playing the father/ pastor on 7th Heaven, is being investigated for child molestation, and he may have actually admitted to the charge on tape.
It's been 25 years since Miss Saigon's original production made its debut in London. To celebrate the occasion, a Gala performance took place at the Prince Edward Theatre in London. Those of us who couldn't be there to see stars Lea Salonga, Jonathan Pryce, Simon Bowman and others take the stage to celebrate the musical aren't out of luck though.
There's more than one way to participate in a fandom, as fanatics the world over likely know. Some participate in cosplay, others write fan fiction. And some people collect, as is the case for this Mexican Harry Potter fan, who's accumulated so much Harry Potter paraphernalia, he's made the Guinness World Records.
Oh, I'm sorry did you think there was no way a light bulb commercial might turn you on? Well, Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! have set out to prove you wrong by slathering Jeff Goldblum all over an ad for
Some books are a bit too mature for middle school, but does John Green's The Fault In Our Stars apply? According to six of the seven people in California's Riverside Unified School District's book reconsideration committee, it does, as the novel, which centers on a terminally ill teen who falls in love was banned by the Riverside, California school system's middle school library.
Hermione Granger has become a real-life hero. More specifically, Harry Potter star Emma Watson stood before the United Nations in New York City as a UN Women Global Goodwill Ambassador to deliver a speech about gender equality. This was the launch of He For She, an initiative that calls men to join with women to fight gender discrimination in all its forms. And already she's finding famous fellows for this fight.