Warner Bros. has announced the full title for Fantastic Beasts 2... along with a cool cast photo giving us our first look at a young Albus Dumbledore.
Image Source: Everett Collection Harry Potter fans are no strangers to phoenixes, the type of bird we know Dumbledore's beloved Fawkes to be. But the symbolism behind the phoenix, particularly as it relates to Voldemort and Harry Potter's wands and their connection to one another, will completely shock you.
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We'd just like to remind everyone that's it's completely acceptable to buy something from the children or teen section, even if you're a full-grown adult. No one will ever know or care. Harry Potter fandom continues to show no sign of stopping, and the franchise is now basically considered a timeless classic that people of all ages will enjoy for generations. So, it's not too surprising that Pottery Barn Teen is launching a classy new home collection inspired by the books by J.K. Rowling, which wrapped up 10 years ago. SEE ALSO: 'Harry Potter: A History of Magic' documentary with J.K. Rowling heading to BBC Image: pbteenPBTeen unveiled a new line of home decor, which no teen will be able to afford on their own dime. However, it's still pretty nice, and in terms of items branded from books and movies, pretty classy and not the least bit cheesy. The collection has various items based off the school's four separate houses: Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, and Hufflepuff. Don't worry, if you or your kid hasn't been sorted into a house yet, the Sorting Hat on Pottermore's website can help you out. Image: pbteen Image: pbteenItems range from bedding, blankets, and pillows, to owl cage jewelry cases, owl lamps, mirrors, and artwork. Image: pbteen Image: pbteen Image: pbteen Image: pbteen Image: pbteen Image: pbteen Image: pbteenLike we stated earlier — the items aren't that cheap, but that's to be expected from Pottery Barn. The collection is available in stores and online Thursday. WATCH: 'Harry Potter' recut as 'The Breakfast Club' is the instant classic we all need
It's a struggle to have sympathy for someone who's existed this long having never read or watched Harry Potter, sure, but Chris Chappell's story is certainly worth your time. Except, it wasn't quite Rowling's words he was reading, as his friend Shelley Zhang soon discovered. The version of the Order of the Phoenix he seemed to have acquired didn't quite align with what Zhang knew of the books: namely, that Dudley (Harry's cousin) doesn't jump off his school building while under the Imperious Curse, there are no graphic sex scenes between Harry and Hermione, and Draco and Ginny do not "fake a rape scene".
The wizarding world is up and running once again, with principal photography beginning on the sequel to 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' this morning in Burbank, California.
Harry Potter fan filmmakers who had Kickstarter campaign nixed by Warner Bros. copyright complaint say studio will let them make not-for-profit project
One example of a project met with opposition from copyright holders is Anaxar, a $100,000 budget Star Trek fan-film that raised funds through Kickstarter. As a result, Paramount also issues a set of rules for those making Star Trek films in the future. When Tryangle Films debuted the trailer for their fan-made Harry Potter film — Voldemort: Origins of the Heir — earlier this week, accumulating millions of YouTube views, many wondered whether Warner Bros. would take issue.
Oscar-nominated British actor cast as the Hogwarts headmaster in his younger days in second movie from JK Rowling's Potter prequel series.
Tom Holland might have only made one appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Spider-Man so far, but he’s already got a clear idea of how the sequels to this summer’s ‘Homecoming’ will unfold. “I think that is the overall plan, I think the Harry Potter movies are a perfect example, they worked so well.
British actor and comedian Jim Tavaré is on the mend after spending two weeks in intensive care following a head-on car crash. Tavaré, who played Tom, the proprietor of the Leaky Cauldron in ‘Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban’, posted video online of a brief trip out of the hospital to be reunited with his dog, Mr. Kippy (accompanied by an amusingly grand classical soundtrack). Tavaré, who lives in Los Angeles, suffered a broken neck, a punctured lung, 15 fractured ribs, breaks in his right leg, and a fractured breastbone.