Editorials

Emma Watson’s next magical role: Kelsea in “The Queen of the Tearling”

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Emma Watson committed to co-producing and starring in "The Queen of the Tearling" before the book was even published - here's a look at how the young actress may adapt to her second big fantasy role. Read More »

Which Director Did It Best?

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Every hardcore Harry Potter fan is very opinionated about the movie adaptation of their favorite series, whether it be good or bad. Many of those fans also have their favorite director of the Potter films, which has caused many conflicts in the fandom. So which director is really the best? You can decide for yourself, but I decided to weigh the general consensus of positives and negatives that came which each director. Read More »

Pottermore Moments Revisited: Welcome to Diagon Alley!

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In part three of the Pottermore Revisited series, Harry visits the magical street of Diagon Alley for the first time, and I get a bit of a shock with wand selection. Read More »

Pottermore Moments Revisited: The Drab Dursleys

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In part 2 of our Pottermore Moments Revisited series, we finally meet Harry, who's drab life with the Dursleys is about to change... Read More »

11 Problems Only Sidekicks Will Understand

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The Chamber of Secrets Has Been Opened

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Chamber of Secrets celebrates 16 years! Read More »

WOULD YOU RATHER…Be Sorted into Gryffindor or Hufflepuff?

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WOULD YOU RATHER... Gryffindor or Hufflepuff? Read More »

What About George?

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The loss of Fred Weasley was one of the series' most heartbreaking moments. It called for the absence of a dynamic character as well as the breakup of a powerful duo. So what exactly happened to George Weasley in this equation? Read More »

Outcasts and “Harry Potter”

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I think much of Harry Potter’s success can be attributed to the fact that all of us have felt like Harry at some point – we may have never been locked in a cupboard or neglected and malnourished, but we do know how it feels to be an outsider to the world, to feel misunderstood and silenced, and to hope that a half giant with a pink umbrella will come rescue you from your horrible family. Read More »

The Art of Legilimency

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When you read a book or watch a movie where people can ‘read minds', you don’t dwell much on it. It’s fiction, why would you question it? But if you are like me, you’ll start thinking, wondering, considering what a person would have to do in order to be able to ‘read minds’ or perform Legilimency. Read More »