A former Harry Potter star could be trading in his wand for a cape this fall.
Doctor Who is turning 50, and it's celebrating by going back to the very beginning.
Warner Bros. beware. There's a serious watchdog in town and it comes from within the Harry Potter community. Activists going under the title the Harry Potter Alliance have just issued a press release that includes damning accusations of child slavery.
Sir Derek Jacobi has a storied career, having put his stamp on nearly every major BBC program. You might know him best for having played The Master in season three of Doctor Who. Now, he says, he'd like to be in Star Wars—and his reasoning is pretty darn interesting.
Image of the Day: George R.R. Martin's awkward lunch with J.K. Rowling
She may have created one of the most popular fantasy series ever with Harry Potter, but that doesn't mean author J.K. Rowling actually has to like fantasy and sci-fi literature. Turns out, she's not much of a fan.
We've heard of—and seen—director's cuts for movies a bazillion times before. But a director's cut for a book? That's not common now, is it? But that's what Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling is actually mulling over for two of her Potter novels.
It took eight movies to contain J.K. Rowling's huge Harry Potter series—but who has nearly 24 hours to actually watch it all? Luckily, that's where this new supercut comes in handy.
The legend of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter has dominated Amazon's charts for years now. But the Boy Wizard just got kicked to second place.
Ursula Le Guin is one of the most prolific and well-spoken science fiction writers ever. So why would one of our most seminal authors be told she needs to start writing like J.K. Rowling?