“Don’t buy scalped tickets” is a good lesson at any time. But really don’t buy scalped tickets if you’re in London to see Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. The production has just taken some drastic measures and you could be out a lot of money.
On Amazon right now there are listings for three new books under a banner called “Pottermore Presents.” They look like three themed volumes of writings from J.K. Rowling about the world of Harry Potter collected from the site.
The upcoming Harry Potter prequel, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, has just added Mad Max: Fury Road and X-Men: First Class actress Zoe Kravitz. Which is outstanding. But you’re probably wondering, “Doesn’t that movie come out in like four months?” Yes. Yes, it does.
The Harry Potter books almost have a complete world built in, thanks to seven books, several tie-ins, and, for better or for worse, whatever author J.K. Rowling decided to introduce in Pottermore. Despite all the detail that has gone into crafting his universe, there are still some things that can’t be accounted…
At some point while reading Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, it becomes abundantly clear that Scorpius Malfoy is the best-written character in the whole thing. He’s the most original part of the whole play.
Warner Bros. is doubling down on turning Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them into a series of its own. And now the studio has announced that Fantastic Beasts 2 will be released on November 16, 2018.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is like pure Potter concentrate; that is to say, the plot twists come thick and they come fast, and they are all pretty much ridiculous. Here are the absolute craziest moments from the new play—some awesome, some outrageously horrible, but all of them completely insane.
The play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has been in production for a bit, but the script was released in book form yesterday. The plot is full of big revelations, but we’ve decided to focus on the information that isn’t actually a spoiler—just some the events that have occurred in-between the end of Deathly Hallows…
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts 1 & 2 was released midnight Sunday, and it was like Yule Ball in July.
It’s an exciting weekend to be a Harry Potter fan, but it might also be a depressing one. Author J.K. Rowling has confirmed (or “confirmed,” as I’m gonna put it) that the story of our beloved Boy Who Lived has come to an end.
Back in February, J.K. Rowling insisted that Harry Potter and the Cursed Child would remain a play, and not make a seemingly inevitable migration to the big screen. So what’s this about Warner Bros., producers of Harry Potter films past and Fantastic Beasts movies future, filing for a Cursed Child trademark in the UK?
J.K. Rowling is once again wrapped up in the world of Harry Potter, almost a decade after the publication of the series’ final book. The new play is running in London, a prequel movie is coming soon, and now we know the sequel to the prequel has already been written.
It’s using a color-coded threat level system to determine how much danger the world is in. Please send help to America’s wizards because they are not well.
Today, J.K. Rowling released what is definitely her best work of the recent spate of stories related the wizarding world of the United States. Possibly because it has so many familiar Harry Potter elements: orphans, purebloodism, the power of love, etc.
So far, we’ve seen two trailers for the upcoming Harry Potter prequel Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and sure they’ve been pretty good. But there haven’t been many actual beasts in them, or a great explanation of what the adventure in the film will be. This video does both.
They are owls.
We got the Potters yesterday, and today brings us the rest of Harry Potter’s power trio: Hermione (Noma Dumezweni) and Ron (Paul Thornley) with their daughter Rose (Cherrelle Skeete).
We have the very first photos of the Potters in the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child play. Ginny (Poppy Miller) looks like a perfectly normal adult, Albus Severus (Sam Clemmett) looks like an average Hogwarts student, and Harry (Jamie Parker) very much looks like he’s ready to toss this whole wizarding thing in a…
Ever wonder how there could only be about 18 Gryffindors in Harry’s Hogwarts class and that J.K. Rowling has said there were 1,000 students at the school? Well, a fan theory has an answer... a depressing, depressing answer.
I just want to love you, Harry Potter universe. So, in my mind, I have to believe this story about the four houses of Ilvermorny, the American wizarding school we’ll be seeing soon in the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them spin-off movies, isn’t true. Because, if it is, wow did America screw up its magic school.