12 Steamy Literary Couples That Should Totally Happen

12 Steamy Literary Couples That Should Totally Happen

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Once upon a time, we reported that Draco Malfoy himself, Tom Felton, had attended the opening at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando and joined AOL’s In The Know for a game of ‘Fact or Fanfiction?’ and, in the standout moment from the Q and A, Tom Felton was asked: What did he think of Draco’s relationship to Harry Potter?   Image Via Redbubble   Now anyone with even a passing glance to the franchise would see Draco and Harry a simple rivalry, a tale for the ages, but Tom Felton said, I’m quoting AOL here, “Harry was constantly crushing …

New Fan Theory Suggests That Harry Potter’s Scar May Not Be a Lightning Bolt

New Fan Theory Suggests That Harry Potter’s Scar May Not Be a Lightning Bolt

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We always equate Harry Potter to the lightning bolt scar that we see on his forehead. Now, a new theory emerges from a Twitter account saying the scar on his forehead may be something else, that it may be the hand motion when casting the Avada Kedavra spell.   Image Via Twitter   Image Via Comicvine.gamespot.com   According to Her, this creates conversations amongst fans and debates about whether they agree or disagree with this theory, or whether they can come to terms, or conclusions, that it may be both a lightning bolt and the curse.After all, the Avada Kedavra spell does resemble lightening when …

J.K. Rowling Shoots Down ‘Persistent’ Fan Theory

J.K. Rowling Shoots Down ‘Persistent’ Fan Theory

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J.K. Rowling shut down yet another popular fan theory and this time it happens to be related to Nagini.   If there’s one thing Harry Potter fans love more than re-reading the series or binge-watching the films, it’s discussing fan theories. One such fan theory theorizes that Nagini, Voldemort’s beloved pet and final Horcrux, is the very same snake that Harry freed from the zoo in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s (Philosopher’s) Stone.      Image Via Warner Bros.   While there are some obvious discrepancies between the snake introduced in the first book and Nagini, the theory is certainly …

5 of the Most Bonkers ‘Game of Thrones’ Fan Theories You’ve Seen!

5 of the Most Bonkers ‘Game of Thrones’ Fan Theories You’ve Seen!

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When it comes to crackpot theories, A Song of Ice and Fire created the perfect storm. The key ingredients are all there: a large and devoted fanbase, a sprawling and intricate plot, and, perhaps most importantly, long waiting periods between books. The results show up in online forums with some of the most tinfoil-hat, off-the-wall conspiracy theories I’ve ever seen.   No, I’m not talking about the ones with firm basis in canon; “R+L=J” (the theory that Jon Snow is the son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark) has even been confirmed in the show at this point. I’m not even talking …

5 of the Most Bonkers 'Game of Thrones' Fan Theories You've Seen!

5 of the Most Bonkers 'Game of Thrones' Fan Theories You've Seen!

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When it comes to crackpot theories, A Song of Ice and Fire created the perfect storm. The key ingredients are all there: a large and devoted fanbase, a sprawling and intricate plot, and, perhaps most importantly, long waiting periods between books. The results show up in online forums with some of the most tinfoil-hat, off-the-wall conspiracy theories I’ve ever seen.   No, I’m not talking about the ones with firm basis in canon; “R+L=J” (the theory that Jon Snow is the son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark) has even been confirmed in the show at this point. I’m not even talking …