You can’t spell scandalous without Weasley. Just kidding, that’s patently false. But it seemed like a great way to kick off this story about Bonnie Wright. More
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Casting for the second season of Game of Thrones is well underway– and a good thing, too, since a second season has been in the works since the airing of the show’s very first episode. This season will cover the second book of the series, A Clash of Kings, and has a whole bunch of new characters to get to know. Among them are Margaery Tyrell, the sister of Ser Loras “Knight of Flowers” Tyrell, who will be played by The Tudors actress Natalie Dormer, and Brienne of Tarth, an exceptionally tall warrior maid who will be played by the 6’3″ (you heard me: 6 foot three!) actress Gwendoline Christie. There are still plenty of roles left to fill, though; here’s who we’d like to see join the cast: More
Warning: If you haven’t read the last Potter book or haven’t seen the latest film, you might want to wait on reading the post, since it refers to some plot points from Deathly Hallows.
As both a Potterphile and a feminist, I’m Team Hermione Granger for life. I also love how Molly Weasley comes into her own, think Fleur Delacour gets a bum rap just because she’s part veela, and wish we had more Luna Lovegood scenes. But there’s one female Harry Potter character who I absolutely cannot stand: Ginny Weasley. More
Little Ginny Weasley grew up to be so pretty, you guys! We sort of feel like we should take credit for this, right? Collectively, we grew up with Bonnie Wright and are responsible for her. She’s all cute and stylish, too. See for yourself! More
Guys, our Harry Potter kids are all grown up! They’re adults with facial hair and drinking problems now! But we still remember when they were the cute, innocent children who captured our hearts (with magic and loose teeth). We created morphs of five HP actors, aging them from the time of the first flick to the present. Check them out:
Perhaps calling them “kids” is inaccurate, as most of them are in their twenties now, but let’s face it: We watched them grow up on screen, and because of that we’ll always think of them as “The Harry Potter Kids.” They’ve spent the past ten years– which, for some of them, is nearly half their lives– working on these epic films, and now that the release of the final film is less than a week away, I can’t help but wonder what’s next for these not-quite-kids. Some of them may continue to act; some of them may follow other pursuits while staying in the spotlight; and some of them may choose never to act again. Here are our predictions about what life after Potter holds for Daniel Radcliffe and company. Got other ideas? Tell us about them in the comments! More
Way to get us all emotional again, Empire Online. First it was the open letter that Alan Rickman published in the site’s April magazine, and now this video with stars Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint (adorably tongue-tied), Emma Watson, Bonnie Wright, Evanna Lynch, Tom Felton, Robbie Coltrane, David Thewlis, and others offering up one word for the experience of making these new classics. More
Who needs eternal vampire powers when you’re a plucky ginger born with your own magic and in love with The Boy Who Lived? The expressions here are just priceless. More
Here in New York the temperature has dropped below 50 degrees – Brrr. As fall creeps closer to winter, it’s time break out those mittens, hats and scarves. But how do you keep things interesting when you’re forced to bundle up ever day? By changing up your scarf-style, of course. We look to the stars for tips on all the ways to look good without sacrificing any neck warmth.
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A-listers congregated at the Royal Opera House in London last night for the 63rd annual British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards. The event attracted plenty of Oscar hopefuls who are currently campaigning for a golden statuette, including Up … More
A daily roundup of linky-links, from Lohan’s DUI progress hearing to Kendra’s possible run for the Senate: At a DUI progress hearing for Lindsay Lohan yesterday, Judge Marsha Revel said in court that Lindsay was, “In full compliance. Everything looks … More
Two new image goodies for you today: Check out Natalia Tena (Tonks) in Order of the Phoenix outtakes – go! Glamour.com named Bonnie Wright as one of their most stylish women – check it out! (via BonnieWrightOnline)
Bonnie Wright is getting behind organic fashion company Made-By, according to an interview with the UK Mail Online. Here’s what she had to say about her newest venture: “I think many people think of ethical fashion as a bit kooky-looking, … More
Whoo hoo! In an interview with The Magazine, both Tom Felton and Bonnie Wright talk about how they are visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in May…which is speculated to be the official opening of the highly anticipated theme … More