Harry Potter

You Can Be a Wizard Too With Facebook’s Magical ‘Harry Potter’ Easter Egg
You Can Be a Wizard Too With Facebook’s Magical ‘Harry Potter’ Easter Egg
Twenty years ago today one woman introduced the world to one of the most imaginative stories of all time. The Boy Who Lived was summoned into existence by J.K. Rowling when Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone first hit shelves in 1997, inciting an international fandom among both kids and adults that remains as active as ever today. So how do you go about celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Potter-verse?
The 2016 ScreenCrush Holiday Gift Guide For the Discerning Pop Culture Fan
The 2016 ScreenCrush Holiday Gift Guide For the Discerning Pop Culture Fan
Whatever holiday you celebrate in December, it comes with a lot of pressure. If you get that special someone the wrong gift, watch out. Things can get pretty ugly. That’s particularly true for pop-culture fans. They know what they want, and they probably have most of it already. Perhaps you know someone like this. Perhaps you are someone like this. (Perhaps I am someone like this.)
How Well Does a Casual ‘Harry Potter’ Viewer Know the ‘Harry Potter’ Movies?
How Well Does a Casual ‘Harry Potter’ Viewer Know the ‘Harry Potter’ Movies?
Fifteen years ago this week we met a little boy with glasses and a lightening bolt scar on his forehead. He went to a magical school, learned how to fly, made some friends, made some enemies, and went on to defeat one of the worst movie villains of all time. You probably know that his name is Harry Potter, but how well do you know the Harry Potter movies?
‘Harry Potter’ Movies (Yes, All of Them) Heading to IMAX for One Week Only
‘Harry Potter’ Movies (Yes, All of Them) Heading to IMAX for One Week Only
We’ll be returning to J.K. Rowling’s magical world of wizards this November with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and to help get you in the proper spirit, Warner Bros. is re-releasing all eight of the Harry Potter films — in IMAX, no less. There is a catch, of course: The films will only screen for one week, so if you want to see Mr. Potter & Co. on the very-very-big screen, you might want to clear your calendar.

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