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Our seven years at Hogwarts are long over and done with, and we're seriously missing our favorite wizards and witches. Sure, the books and movies will always be there, but it's just not the same as having new installments to look forward to, is it? Where's the thrill now that Voldemort is gone and the Boy Who Lived, well, lived? Where are we supposed to get our magical fix now?
Luckily, the actors and actresses behind the wands and invisibility cloaks are still going strong, and we can have fun watching them on screens big and small. We saw Daniel Radcliffe drag us back into the world of the eerie in "The Woman in Black" earlier this year and now Draco Malfoy Tom Felton is getting his creep on with "The Apparition."
In their honor, we've decided to check in on all the Gryffindors, Slytherins, Ravenclaws and Hufflepuffs to see just what they're up to, post-Potter. Get More »
If there's one thing Luna Lovegood knows better than pretty much anyone, it's monsters and how to fight them. So it's only fitting that according to The Hollywood Reporter, Evanna Lynch, who played Lovegood in the "Harry Potter" films, has just signed on to co-star opposite fellow "Potter" alum Gary Oldman in the upcoming thriller "Monster Butler."
We can only imagine what kind of crazy details The Quibbler might have on monster butlers. Get More »
"Harry Potter" character Luna Lovegood seems to live in her own world, but the actress who plays her in the hit films is clearly focused on the Muggle world.
Evanna Lynch, who stars as the saucer-eyed Hogwarts student, has joined the Harry Potter Alliance "Not in Harry's Name" campaign to ensure that Harry Potter chocolate is not made by child slaves (or elves, for that matter).
“As an actor in the Harry Potter films and as a lifelong fan of the Harry Potter series, it would give me great satisfaction to know that chocolate sold in Harry’s name is consistent with the values in Harry Potter,” said Lynch. "If we do not act in a way that is moral toward cocoa farmers now by ensuring that chocolate is fair trade, we will all pay a price in the future.” Get More »