Plus: Fred Willard!
Plus: Fred Willard!
Lois Lowry thought she was writing a simple blog post. The Pottersphere proved her wrong.
We're a little surprised that Warner Bros. hasn't made a more concerted Oscar push for this previous Academy Award nominee.
Though we're glad that Warner Brothers is at least considering releasing two films of one of the books, we're a little surprised they're finally doing it for Deathly Hallows, which of course gives over a solid 400 of its 759 pages to Harry, Ron and Hermione shouting in tents.
A look back at the year in Harry Potter.
But you can read an Amazon review of the book!
It's awfully easy to excoriate Rowling for her greedy lawsuit while praising her for her charity auction. Easy, and wrong.
What do Albus Dumbledore and the original framers of the United States Constitution have in common? Besides their both having inspired a plethora of highly erotic fan fiction, not much — unless you ask hip Columbia Law School professor Michael Dorf.
Which Muppet? Which superhero? Which Golden Girl?
We think it's kind of awesome. What does the rest of the Internet think?
This is the biggest no-brainer in the history of casting, so thank you, Warner Brothers and David Yates, for not screwing it up.
When wizard rock band Harry and the Potters bounded out onto the stage in front of the Brooklyn Public Library Saturday afternoon, dressed in their prep-school uniforms, and asked their audience of mostly teen- and tween-agers (and their parents) to join them in the recitation of the pledge of allegiance, you might have been forgiven for thinking that you had stumbled into some kind of school assembly.
Billy Joel, Harry Potter, and more!
Axl Rose will appear on two tracks on Sebastian Bach's forthcoming solo album. Does this mean those two songs won't be available until 3015?
Amy Winehouse, Harry Potter, and more!
Jack White, Dolly Parton, and J.J. Abrams.
We've mined the endless transcript of J.K. Rowling's Web chat for the best parts.
A publishing success story from a Surrealist alternate universe.
The ginormous Hagrid cracks us up.
Classic Harry Potter takedowns.
Last night's sold-out UCB show, "Up Late! With Lord Voldemort," drew an enormous crowd of the most delightful mix: Harry Potter nerds and comedy nerds.
Theory: Severus Snape once loved Lily Potter, Harry's mother, and that love will play a major role in the final book.
Some copyright-flouting Muggle (with questionable taste in carpeting) has posted pictures of every page of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows on the Internet almost five days before the book's official release.
Let's find roles for the six or so British and Irish actors who haven't already been employed by the Harry Potter series.
Theory: Despite the fact that he killed Dumbledore, Severus Snape is still working on the side of right.