Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Sequel Details Revealed!
Over the summer, JK Rowling made fans around the world feel like they'd been stunned by a petrificus totalus spell when she announced that a new Harry Potter story is in development.
Last night, she ramped up the anticipation even more by revealing concept art and key details about Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
Daniel Radcliffe Admits to Being Drunk on Harry Potter Set
When you see footage of Daniel Radcliffe rapping an Eminem song in its entirety at a bar, you might assume the dude has had a few.
But as he's said in numerous interviews, Radcliffe hasn't touched a drop in several years, having sworn off the sauce after losing control of his drinking in his late teens and early twenties.
Harry Potter Becomes the Villain in Hilarious New Trailer
Taylor Swift Meets Harry Potter in Ultimate Pop Culture Compilation
Harry Potter-Wiz Khalifa Mash-Up is Guaranteed to Make You Cry
American Airlines Employee Looks JUST Like Severus Snape!
HARRY POTTER SPOILER ALERT:
Severus Snape is actually alive and well!
Harry Potter Cast: How Hot Are They Now?!?
Matthew Lewis Strips Down, Scars Harry Potter Fans for Life
Neville Longbottom... is that really you?!?
Matthew Lewis, the actor who brought this beloved character to live in every Harry Potter movie, is featured in the new issue of British gay magazine Attitude.
J.K. Rowling: Sorry for Killing Fred Weasley!
Better late than never, right, J.K. Rowling?
The beloved author behind the best-selling children's book series in human history made an unexpected admission on Saturday, Tweeting her apologies for killing off a fan favorite during the Battle of Hogwarts.
J.K. Rowling to Release New Harry Potter Story on Halloween! Which Villain is the Author Bringing Back?!
It's the time of year when folks like to scare one another for fun, but for millions of Harry Potter obsessives, nothing is more frightening than the prospect of waiting two years for the start of J.K. Rowling's forthcoming spin-off series.
J.K. Rowling Hints at New Harry Potter Book on Twitter?
It's been over seven years since the publication of the last Harry Potter book, and fans desire for more of The Boy Who Lived seems to only grow stronger with the passage of time.
Sure, J.K. Rowling brought Harry back in a brief (and somewhat depressing) short story in which we saw him as a downtrodden 34-year-old shuffling to his seat at a quidditch match, but that only whet readers' appetites for a return to form for the hero of Hogwarts.