"Look, what's important here is this simple fact: He's rich."
The 'Potter'-verse is full of supporting characters who practically demand spinoff movies or TV shows of their own.
The Pensieve really comes in handy.
Party Lines Slideshow: Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe, and More at the Harry Potter Premiere
Plus: Ralph Fiennes, Viola Davis, Gabourey Sidibe ...
Scope Ron, Hermione, and Harry through the years, consider all the ways magic can go wrong, study Daniel Radcliffe's acting ability, and more.
Hermione's Facebook page, Hagrid's iPhone, and more!
Or: an excuse to hear John Williams in 8-bit.
The word "mozzarella" is awfully tricky!
Save yourself the trip; it's right here.
Wearing your Harry Potter costume to work ... where does that fall?
The first 36 minutes of it, at least.
"The most important thing right now is that Kurt has a support system."
You don't see too many Kings of the Grand Hallows Ball running around.
Not actually X-rated, but uncomfortable nonetheless.
The most fun you can legally have while straddling a broomstick.
We may already know the ending, but that doesn't mean it's spoiler-proof.
India's environmental minister blames a spate of wild-owl disappearances on 'Harry' fans.
An ominous, unofficial offering from U.K. illustrator Olly Moss for 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 1.'
In this behind-the-scenes short, the filmmakers and stars talk about the making of the next-to-last 'Potter' film.
Magic is no toy, and any number of terrible things can happen to amateur wizards who treat it like one.
Harry, Ron, and Hermione are about to be unemployed.
Richer than Prince Harry, even!
Dan Kois and Lane Brown track the progress of Radcliffe's performances, from 'Sorcerer's Stone' through 'Half-Blood Prince.'
Because 3-D conversions are still too terrible.