Okay, the amount of talent that J.K. Rowling has is just unfair. Not only did she pen the best magical young adult series of all time, but she has hand-illustrated certain moments from the books. The brand new ‘Harry Potter’ sketches appeared on the Pottermore site on Aug. 21, and you can see them right here!
This is heartbreaking. J.K. Rowling just expressed her heartbreak after hearing that Alan Rickman has died at the age of 69. Click inside to see her kind words.
J.K. Rowling, 50, has just lost one of her beloved friends, Alan Rickman, 69, to cancer. The actor was best known for portraying Snape in the Harry Potter films, which were based off of the brilliant book series that J.K. wrote. Wait until you see the beautiful and touching words she had to say about the actor.
J.K. Rowling is so incensed by Donald Trump’s demands that all Muslims be banned from entering the U.S., she’s declaring he’s worse than the most evil ‘Harry Potter’ villain. What’s more, Jeb Bush calls Trump ‘unhinged’. Here’s what J.K., Jeb, and more have to say.
Donald Trump, 69, may have made his boldest statement yet by demanding that the United States should close its borders to all Muslim people in response to the Dec. 2 mass shooting in San Bernardino, Calif. Civilians, celebs, and politicians alike immediately condemned the Republican presidential candidate for his shocking declaration, but Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling was so peeved, she said he’s even more of a villain than Lord Voldemort!
Omg! This is so exciting! J.K. Rowling announced on the 18th anniversary of ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’ that she’ll be bringing a new chapter to the wizarding world with a play opening in London in 2016!
Since the Harry Potter series ended, we’ve been dying for more material about the Boy Who Lived and his friends, and now J.K. Rowling, 49, is finally delivering! She announced on Twitter on June 26, the 18th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (can you believe it’s been that long?) that a new play called Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will open in London in 2016. So what do we know about this exciting new play?
J.K. Rowling, we just love you! A fan asked the famous ‘Harry Potter’ author on March 10 why she continually explains that the Hogwarts headmaster, Dumbledore, was gay, since he didn’t seem to be in the books. J.K.’s response to the reader was nothing short of sensational! Find out what she said!
Ten points for J.K. Rowling! The Harry Potter author showed her support for the LGBT community yet again when a fan took to Twitter and expressed her struggled to accept Dumbledor’s sexuality. Well, leave it to the beloved British author to not only confirm that her character, Dumbledore, is gay, but also to defend the gay community as a whole with one simple sentence.
On October 5, J.K. Rowling sent out a very mysterious tweet that had fans scratching their heads. Could she be releasing another ‘Harry Potter’ book? Check out her cryptic message!
Fans of the Harry Potter series are used to encountering many riddles and anagrams in the books and movies — and now, J.K. Rowling is giving them yet another puzzle to solve via Twitter! The 49-year-old author teased fans about a project she is currently working on!
Harry Potter is back! In a new short story posted to Pottermore on July 8, J.K. Rowling reveals how Harry and his friends are faring years later.
While J.K. Rowling has sworn that Harry Potter’s story is over, we’re all too happy to see that she has broken her promise! In a new short story posted to Pottermore, we catch up with our favorite magical trio as they take in the Quidditch World Cup — find out how Harry and his friends have fared since Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows below!
‘Harry Potter’ fans — get excited! We’ve known since September that JK Rowling is writing a screenplay for Warner Bros. based on Newt Scamander, fictional writer of JK’s 2001 companion novel ‘Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them,’ but we’ve now learned that Warner Bros. plans to release a trilogy of films based on ‘Fantastic Beasts!’
It’s been seven dark years since Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows was printed in the U.S., and three since Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows — Part 2 was released in theaters in 2011, capping off the Harry Potter series for good. As a result, fans were beside themselves with excitement when JK Rowling announced in Sept. 2013 that she was penning a screenplay for Warner Bros. based on the companion novel she released in 2001 to benefit British charity Comic Relief, Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them. As if that’s not enough excitement for Potterheads everywhere, Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara has just spilled to the New York Times that there will be three films based off the novel. Read on for everything we know so far about the upcoming Fantastic Beasts trilogy!