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Post Graduate Degree at Hogwarts anyone?

By Alanna Rice

I often dreamt of receiving my enrolment letter from a fluffy owl. I’d buy all my books, wand and supplies for my upcoming trip to Hogwarts from Diagon Alley. 439 more words

Quidditch for Muggles

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Quidditch, the fictional sport from the Harry Potter series, is quickly growing into a full-fledged sport.

Since the release of the Harry Potter books and films, the sport is being played in Schools and Universities, with multiple teams competing. 208 more words

Harry Potter

Great State: OSU Quidditch Team Loses Snitch, and World Cup in Myrtle Beach

STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA — Everyone gathered on this field has read the books.

“Read all the books and seen all the movies,” adds Quidditch captain Hayden Applebee. 432 more words


Take me to Hogwarts...

As you may have guessed, here at The Artful Londoner we are avid Harry Potter fans, so when Helen planned me a wonderful day out to celebrate my birthday I knew Harry Potter would be part of it somehow. 132 more words



So for almost a year I have been working on the staff of MuggleNet, a massive Harry Potter fansite. I have been following this website religiously since I was a little girl and last summer they were giving out internships worldwide. 204 more words

Blogwarts! 'Harry Potter' Spinoff To Be a...Trilogy?

From Textbook to Movie Franchise, “Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them” Will Be Stretched To Three Movies.

J.K. Rowling’s 54-page textbook will be a movie trilogy, Warner Bros. 537 more words


Jess Sayin' reblogged this on Jess Sayin' and commented:

Oh my..not sure how I feel about this. One movie could be good. But three? Based on a 54 page textbook? I have had a love affair with the "Harry Potter" books since the third grade. The THIRD GRADE. I have loved the movies as they have been released too. This series is near and dear to my heart. I fear that this new "trilogy" in the making is a ploy for more money. With the installation of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Orlando, it just makes me wonder: is it all about money? Possibly. What do you think? Would you be interested in a movie trilogy based on the "Fantastic Beasts and where to Find Them" textbook? Do you think it's just a money grab? Or is Rowling really trying to give her fans more to love? Take a look at Negroni's take on this in the link below!