This summarized text version of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone will make any Potter fan LOL.
Go argue with Voldemort, eat a Golden Snitch or spit in Snape's coffee Harry Potter, because Swaziland-born actress Noma Dumezweni's is the new chosen one, and she's shattering barriers. Dumezweni's been chosen to play Hermione Granger in the up and coming stage play, "Harry Potter and The Cursed Child."
Harry Potter and The Cursed Child is listed as the eighth installment, and covers events that transpire shortly after we all got goosebumps watching Harry and Ginny's kids board the Hogwarts Express with the original theme playing on in the background. All the nostalgia feels though.
Much like rising star Michael B. Jordan who played Johnny Storm in the recent, catastrophic, anything but Fantastic Four rendition, Dumezweni's reprised role as Hermione will continue to challenge film audiences that expect white as the default ethnicity.
Canon: brown eyes, frizzy hair and very clever. White skin was never specified. Rowling loves black Hermione 😘 https://t.co/5fKX4InjTH— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) December 21, 2015
What's more is, JK Rowling just expressed her strong nod of approval.
Check out Jamie Parker, Noma Dumezweni, and Paul Thornley as Harry, Hermione, and Ron above. It's great to have the band back together for another adventure. Any guesses on who might play our favorite barrel-chested, black bearded, mountain of a man Hagrid?
Sit back and watch this magical, wonderful thing.
Fans Joan Kamberaj and Peter Heacock animated this beautiful short film, which shows Hogwarts being built out of folded paper from The Prisoner of Azkaban.
It's a loving tribute that, according to the description, took them a great deal of work.
We are huge fans JK Rowling. So much so, that we built Hogwarts from the pages of "Prisoner of Azkaban". Frame by frame, and over one month of work, we are proud to share our first short film with all of you.
Brb. Going to King's Cross, platform 9 and 3/4.
Hufflepuff always got a bad rap -- it's the most inclusive of the four Hogwarts houses, "valuing hard work, patience, loyalty, and fair play rather than a particular aptitude in its members."
But "Sorted This Way," a new parody of Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" by Harry Potter fan group Not Literally, may be just the thing to thrust Hufflepuff into the spotlight once and for all.