‘Harry Potter’s’ Tom Felton Reminisces With Live Rewatch of ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’

‘Harry Potter’s’ Tom Felton Reminisces With Live Rewatch of ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’

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Harry Potter’s very own Tom Felton, who played Draco Malfoy in all eight iconic fantasy films, recently hosted his first live rewatch of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone with fans on Instagram. Starting with a chipper serenade via ukulele to introduce what he plans to be a series of live rewatching experiences, he shared some laughs and some tears as he dove into (for the first time in just about two decades!) the film that launched his acting career and forged life-long friendships during his formative years.

5 Times Harry Grinds Our Gears in ‘Goblet of Fire’

5 Times Harry Grinds Our Gears in ‘Goblet of Fire’

Fifteen years ago today, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire came out in theaters. Though this adaptation of the fourth book in Rowling’s Harry Potter series is wonderful, there are times, in both the book and movie, where Harry tends to strike a nerve. Let’s face it, Harry may be the chosen one, but he’s not the brightest wizard of his age. Here is a list of the five times Harry grinds our gears in Goblet.     1. Harry doesn’t study     You would think that procrastination is Harry’s favorite sport, rather than Quidditch, with how passionately …

What Literary Magic Makes ‘Harry Potter’ So Special?

What Literary Magic Makes ‘Harry Potter’ So Special?

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Nineteen years ago today, the film adaptation of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone was brought to the big screen, branding the Wizarding World in our young hearts and ever evolving minds. Here we are, almost two decades older than when we began this journey with out favorite boy wizard, and we’re just as amazed (or, more accurately, obsessed) as ever by his story. In commemoration of the day that brought Harry and his magical adventures into our lives for good, I thought I’d give a bit of a brief analysis (with some of my own personal Potter memories) about what makes Harry Potter so special?