Dave Legeno, an accomplished British mixed martial artist who also acted as Fenrir Greyback in the 'Harry Potter' movies, was found dead at the age of 50 on Sunday.
Harry Potter fans gasped yesterday when author J.K. Rowling surprised the world with a new story on Pottermore that brought new life to the characters we said goodbye to after 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' was published in 2007. But does this mean we'll see anymore Harry Potter adventures on the big screen?
Probably not. At least, that's what Daniel Radcliffe thinks.
The Internet has gone wild over news that J.K. Rowling has published a short story which updates fans on the lives of Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, Luna Lovegood and Neville Longbottom. Rowling has written the story update as the character Rita Skeeter, a faux gossip columnist for The Daily Prophet at the official Harry Potter community site, Pottermore. Registration is required to read the story but it is free if you haven't signed up yet.
The musical duo of Scott & Brendo have released their latest dance battle parody titled 'Harry Potter vs. Twilight.' The comedic musical video has become a viral sensation since its release on July 3, which has amassed over 600,000 YouTube views in just four days.
Daniel Radcliffe recently sat down for a round of ‘Celebrity Sorting Hat,’ where he acted as the magical talking hat from the ‘Harry Potter’ series. He was asked to sort some big celebrities into Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Slytherin and Hufflepuff, and the result is hysterical.
Attention, 'Harry Potter' fans: You have one equal-parts Potterhead and rap enthusiast to thank for the incredible 'Harry Potter' rap you're about to enjoy.
Daniel Radcliffe has returned to the Big Apple once again to star on Broadway in the show 'The Cripple of the Inishmaan.' He may have moved on from his days as the Boy Who Lived, but in a recent visit to CBS New York's 'The Couch,' the British actor revealed that the idea of reprising the role in J.K. Rowling's new 'Harry Potter' spin-off trilogy, 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,' is still possibly on the table.
While we've already said goodbye to Harry Potter and his friends, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, author J.K. Rowling is not finished with the magical world that she's created. The New York Times (h/t ComingSoon) reveals in a new article that the film series based on 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' will be turned into a new trilogy of films.