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harry potter jk rowling Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Will Be Published as an E-Book for Everyone Who Can't See the Play
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J.K. Rowling created a play for Harry Potter fans dying to know what happens next to everyone's favorite wizarding trio. 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' is set to take place 19 years after the last Harry Potter book. According to the play's website:

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is one play presented in two Parts, which are intended to be seen in order on the same day (matinee and evening) or on two consecutive evenings.


Now, even if you can't make it to see the play performed, you can read it all in one sitting if you want. Pottermore just announced that the script will be published on July 31st. 

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TripAdvisor is sending one lucky Harry Potter fan around the world.  You can enter at TripAdvisor.com.

The site provided these details on what the winner can expect from this excursion:

Your adventure begins at the Grand Opening of The Wizarding World of Harry PotterTM at Universal Studios HollywoodSM and continues to Universal Orlando® Resort and Universal Studios Japan®. Plus, experience a behind-the-scenes look at where the Harry PotterTM films were made at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London.


Apparently the sweepstakes is in honor of the grand opening of the Wizarding World in Hollywood.

 

harry potter what jk rowling told alan rickman about snape
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It's long been known that Alan Rickman knew Snape's secret before the rest of us, because JK Rowling told him and only him something about Snape's fate.

In fact, there were times this knowledge affected what happened on set: "a director would tell Alan what to do in a scene and he would say something like, 'No I can't do that – I know what is going to happen and you don't.'" But what exactly did Rowling tell him?

The meaning of the word "always."



BRB, feelings.

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The most recent exciting addition to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London calendar is a three course Valentine's Day meal plated and served within Hogwarts Great Hall, which is also set to include a hearty supply of Butterbeer, a tour of the studio, and a free wand.


Perhaps the biggest catch here is this meal's about to wipe out your account at Gringotts Wizarding Bank.


But hey, you could always hit up Harry Potter for a friendly loan, right?


No really though, the whole show costs £247.50 ($357) per person, or £495 ($714) for two people.

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