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Harry Potter: Every Movie's Biggest Missing Character

Harry Potter: Every Movie's Biggest Missing Character
The Harry Potter movies did a stellar job at bringing the characters from Jk Rowling's novels to life. Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson were all superb as Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger respectively, while Ralph Fiennes and Helena Bonham Carter were spectacular as villainous duo Lord Voldemort and Bellatrix Lestrange. With only a certain amount of screentime to work with, however, not every individual from the source material made it onto the big screen.

Related: Harry Potter: 10 Creatures The Movies Didn't Show

So, we'll now take a look back at the eight Potter movies released between 2001 and 2011 and name the biggest missing character from every blockbuster. First up, one of the Weasley clan...
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Emma Watson and Boyfriend Leo Robinton Spotted for the First Time in Months

Emma Watson and Boyfriend Leo Robinton Spotted for the First Time in Months
After months of staying out of the spotlight, Harry Potter alum Emma Watson was seen this week with her love Leo Robinton. E! News obtained photos of Emma and Leo grabbing coffee in London's Primrose Hill on Nov. 18. It was a rare public outing for the couple, who were first spotted kissing in October 2019. After the initial photos of the couple went public, the Little Women actress claimed in an interview with British Vogue that she was not in a relationship.  "I never believed the whole 'I'm happy single' spiel," she said in the interview. "I was like, 'This is totally spiel.' It took me a long time, but I'm very happy. I call...
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Harry Potter Cast Reportedly In Active Talks To Return For New Movie

Harry Potter Cast Reportedly In Active Talks To Return For New Movie
Last week marked the 19th anniversary of the release of the first of the Harry Potter movies. With the 20th just around the corner, then, nostalgia for the original series of Wizarding World films is at an all-time high. So, it’s easy to imagine that conversations are being had at Warner Bros. about doing some kind of new project that would bring back all the old favorites.

Sure enough, word has arrived today claiming that discussions with the cast are going on behind the scenes. Insider Daniel Richtman has revealed on his Patreon page that he’s heard from his sources that the “original [actors from] the Harry Potter franchise” are in active talks to “come back for a new project.” He goes on to say that there were allegedly conversations between the studio and the talent last year, but these were halted due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Now, however, they’ve resumed and are ongoing.
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Sky Cinema: What’s New in December 2020?

Sky Cinema: What’s New in December 2020?
In December on Sky Cinema, Robert Downey Jr. talks to the animals, Sonic the Hedgehog has gotta go fast, and Cats arrives in all its glory.

Check out the full December line-up below…

Premieres

Dolittle (2020) – 4th December

Robert Downey Jr. followed up his long run as Marvel’s Iron Man with this family adventure film based on the kids books by Hugh Lofting. Despite a big supporting cast that includes Emma Thompson, Michael Sheen, Rami Malek and Tom Holland, it’s not brilliant. Any Downey Jr. completists will want to check it out regardless.

Emma (2020) – 5th December

Anya Taylor-Joy leads this new adaptation of Jane Austen’s novel playing Emma Woodhouse, a gal who spends so much time setting up the people she knows with ‘happily ever after’, she forgets about her own romantic possibilities.

Critical Thinking (2020) – 6th December

This 90s-set drama focuses on the story of Cuban-American teacher Mario
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Rupert Grint Explains Why He Had A Bad Reputation On The Harry Potter Set

Rupert Grint Explains Why He Had A Bad Reputation On The Harry Potter Set
It’s now been nineteen years since the Harry Potter franchise made the leap from the page to the big screen. Harry Potter and the Sorceror’s Stone (or Philosopher’s Stone) set the wheels in motion for one of the most popular and lucrative movie series of all time, eventually spanning eight films and concluding in 2011 with The Deathly Hallows – Part 2.

To celebrate the anniversary, most of the cast got together for an online reunion to reflect on the years that have passed and how Harry Potter continues to affect their lives. The event was hosted by Tom Felton, with Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Evanna Lynch, Mark Williams, James and Oliver Phelps, Jason Isaacs, Bonnie Wright and Alfred Enoch all joining.

During the chat, Grint (who recently broke the record for fastest time to reach 1 million Instagram followers) opened up on why he earned a bad reputation on set
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Why Rupert Grint Gained a Bad Reputation Amongst Harry Potter Film Crew

Why Rupert Grint Gained a Bad Reputation Amongst Harry Potter Film Crew
Nineteen years ago, on November 16th, 2002, we were introduced to the magical wizarding world of Harry Potter with the first film, Harry Potter and The Philosopher Stone. It made instant Potterheads out of viewers, whether they read the books or not. And on November 16, the cast reunited to celebrate the 19th anniversary of the first film, with Rupert Grint opening up about his "bad reputation" on the sets of the film that once even required him and Daniel Radcliffe to shoot their scenes separately.

The reunion was hosted by actor Tom Felton, who played the antagonist to Daniel Radcliffe's Harry Potter at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Apart from Tom Felton and Rupert Grint, the virtual reunion also saw Daniel Radcliffe, Evanna Lynch, Mark Williams, James and Oliver Phelps, Jason Isaacs, Bonnie Wright, and Alfred Enoch attend.

Though not all the Hogwardians were there, with Emma Watson's
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Singles' Day Sales That'll Make You Happy You're "Self-Partnered"

Singles' Day Sales That'll Make You Happy You're
We love these products, and we hope you do too. E! has affiliate relationships, so we may get a small share of the revenue from your purchases. Items are sold by the retailer, not E!. If Black Friday is the Super Bowl of shopping, then Singles' Day is the shopping Olympics. Started in China in the '90s, Singles' Day has become the largest offline and online shopping day in the world. And as Emma Watson reminded us, being single—or "self partnered"—is definitely something to celebrate. And what better way to embrace your independence than being able to treat yo' self to fabulous deals? We've rounded up brands and stores that are celebrating self-love with discounts and offers....
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City Of Hope Announces Celebrity Sale 4 Hope

City Of Hope Announces Celebrity Sale 4 Hope
This pandemic has brought on challenging times, especially in the medical field, and City of Hope is facing it head-on with an end-of-the-year auction of celebrity treasures.

City of Hope, a world-renowned independent research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases, has announced the inaugural Celebrity Sale 4 Hope, a virtual shopping opportunity to bid on unique collectible items and personal memorabilia donated from a wide variety of notable names from the worlds of film, TV, stage, music, sports and more. Sale 4 Hope will begin with a VIP preview event on Tuesday, Nov. 17, hosted by “Will & Grace” star Eric McCormack and featuring appearances by actor Craig Bierko, Grammy-winning songwriter Kuk Harrell, model/actress/philanthropist Megan Pormer, actor/country music artist John Schneider and City of Hope’s Linda Malkas, Ph.D., the M.T. & B.A. Ahmadinia Professor in Molecular Oncology.

Tickets can be purchased to attend
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Harry Potter: 10 Characters Who Just Didn’t Look Right In The Movies

Harry Potter: 10 Characters Who Just Didn’t Look Right In The Movies
The Harry Potter movies certainly did the source material justice. They were Hollywood's biggest event between the years 2001 and 2011, with everybody heading to their local theatre to see The Boy Who Lived in action. Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson all won plaudits for their performances as Harry, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger, and Warner Bros did a terrific job at staying true to the source material.

Related: Harry Potter: 10 Murders Committed By The Good Guys

That is, for the most part. Some characters didn't resemble their book selves, no matter how brilliant all eight movies are. So we'll now take a look at ten individuals who, according to Jk Rowling's novels, didn't look right.
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Harry Potter Star Rupert Grint Shares Adorable Photo Of Baby Daughter

Harry Potter Star Rupert Grint Shares Adorable Photo Of Baby Daughter
Want to feel really old? Ron Weasley is now a dad.

This Tuesday, Harry Potter star Rupert Grint finally signed up to Instagram and his first post on his new account was about as adorable as it can get. The actor – who played Harry’s best pal Ron across all eight movies from 2001 to 2011 – shared the world’s first look at his baby daughter, Wednesday.

Grint posted a selfie of himself and his little girl – who was born back in May and, going by her name, we can probably guess on what day – along with the caption: “Hey Instagram….only 10 years late, but here I am. Grint on the Gram! Here to introduce you all to Wednesday G. Grint. Stay safe, Rupert.”

The comments are going crazy with fans both excited to see him joining the platform and this look at his first child. Among the reactions is one from Draco Malfoy himself,
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Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone: All Deleted Scenes, Ranked

Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone: All Deleted Scenes, Ranked
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone was the movie that kick-started the Boy Who Lived's time on the big screen. Releasing in 2001, it was when fans got their first glimpse of iconic characters from J.K. Rowling's brought to life. Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson immediately shot to superstardom for their performances as Harry, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger, and it paved the way for the successes that were to follow.

Related: Harry Potter: 10 People Who Returned From The Dead

Not every piece of information from the book could make it into the blockbuster, however, and some scenes ended up being deleted. We'll now take a look at every omitted scene from the DVD and Blu-Ray editions of the movies, ranking them as we go along.
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Harry Potter: 10 Best Friends Only Book Fans Know

Harry Potter: 10 Best Friends Only Book Fans Know
The Harry Potter movies definitely did a good job of bringing the story of the Boy Who Lived to the big screen, giving Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint their big career breaks in the process. But, that said, Warner Bros couldn't contain every little tidbit of information from the source material.

Related: Harry Potter: 10 Horrible Things Professors Did At Hogwarts (That Everyone Forgets About)

The blockbusters gave us double acts galore, from comedy figures such as Fred and George Weasley to grunting trolls like Vincent Crabbe and Gregory Goyle. However, there's still plenty of best friend pairings that didn't get shown to the world. So we'll now take a look at 10 who were omitted.
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Greta Gerwig: A Creative Force of Nature, Paving a Path for Women in Cinema

Greta Gerwig: A Creative Force of Nature, Paving a Path for Women in Cinema
Video Version of this Article Photo: Greta Gerwig/Sony Pictures Releasing/Hollywood Insider YouTube Channel Imbued with eccentricity and quirkiness, Greta Gerwig is changing the course of cinematic history as we know it. Through a dexterous career of natural, nuanced acting and a blazing intellectual eloquence in her writing and directing, she is, without doubt, revolutionizing the female archetype in film. While she might be best known for her debut as a writer and director of Lady Bird, she has demonstrated remarkable versatility as an artist, successfully establishing herself as an actress, writer, director, and producer. With her determination and earnest devotion to the craft, she is leading the way for other women who possess their own unique visions and stories to tell. Her captivating style and ambition is an inspiration to aspiring female filmmakers everywhere. Related video: Video: ‘Little Women’ – Full Commentary & Reactions From Stars With Timothée Chalamet, Saoirse Ronan,
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Kate Winslet Boards Scott Z. Burns’ OneCoin Scheme Feature ‘Fake!’ At MGM

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Kate Winslet Boards Scott Z. Burns’ OneCoin Scheme Feature ‘Fake!’ At MGM
Exclusive: Oscar winner Kate Winslet has boarded Fake! a project that MGM has acquired for producer Jennifer Todd under her first look deal at the studio.

Scott Z. Burns, who won rave reviews for his 2019 political drama The Report about idealistic Senate staffer Daniel J. Jones and his investigation into the CIA’s post 9/11 Detention and Interrogation Program, will write and direct, and he’ll produce with Todd. Fake! reps a reteam between Winslet and Burns, the latter who wrote the 2011 pandemic Steven Soderbergh-directed movie Contagion in which the actress starred. Winslet will also produce Fake!

Fake! is based on the book by Jen McAdam with Douglas Thompson, based on the true-life story of Jen McAdam and her involvement with the OneCoin Ponzi scheme. The book is currently being shopped around to publishers for this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair. McAdam will executive produce the movie.

OneCoin was promoted
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Noma Dumezweni

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Noma Dumezweni
All you need to know about Noma Dumezweni is that she is the other Hermione Granger. She played the role of Hermione – and we are Hp obsessed, for the record – in “Harry Potter of the Cursed Child,” on both West End and Broadway, and she was nothing short of amazing. Emma Watson must have been so proud to see the character she originated portrayed in this manner of speaking. She’s an award-winning actress, and she has so many things going for her that bring her so much joy. Probably not as much joy as she brings us, but

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Noma Dumezweni
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All 8 Harry Potter Movies Are Now Streaming on Peacock

All 8 Harry Potter Movies Are Now Streaming on Peacock
Get excited, Potterheads! You can now binge all eight Harry Potter movies for free on Peacock. Yes, you read that correctly: Now through 2021 you can watch Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Tom FeltonMatthew Lewis and more of your favorite stars grow up (and glow up) as they master potions, dark arts, charms and, oh right, save the entire wizarding world. No big deal! NBCUniversal's streaming service officially has Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter and...
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10 Movies To Watch If You Loved The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

10 Movies To Watch If You Loved The Perks Of Being A Wallflower
Based on the book of the same name, the 2012 movie The Perks of Being a Wallflower is one of the most loved coming of age movies. Starring Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, and Ezra Miller, the book and movie deals with issues including homosexuality/ internalized homophobia, loneliness, mental health issues, sexism, and other topics that teenagers may have to deal with on the path to adulthood.

Related: 10 Most Popular Teen Books That Were Made Into Films, Ranked (According To IMDb)

If one has just watched Perks of Being a Wallflower and/or read the book, one may be looking out for similar media they can enjoy. Fortunately, there is a wealth of coming of age movies that can help fill that gap left by the ending of the Perks of Being a Wallflower.
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The Top 10 Most Iconic Dresses In Film

The Top 10 Most Iconic Dresses In Film
With any popular or classic film comes an even more iconic costume and no matter what year the film was released, there is always a great possibility that the costume impacted the fashion culture in one way or another.

Related: The 10 Most Iconic Rom-Com Outfits Of The 80s

In this case, gorgeous gowns and dresses that are seen in films ranging from the 1930s all the way to the 2000s are some of the most stunning and memorable costumes still talked about today. From Marilyn Monroe all the way to Emma Watson, there is no denying just how iconic and dazzling these dresses are.
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Stephen King Praises J.K. Rowling, Calls Her A Gifted Storyteller

Stephen King Praises J.K. Rowling, Calls Her A Gifted Storyteller
Stephen King is no stranger to tweeting out terrifying things, but this might take the cake for the one that leaves the most people with a knot in their stomach.

The famed horror author took to Twitter this week to praise J.K. Rowling‘s latest book and commend her skills as an author, saying:

“Troubled Blood is as good or better than the other Cormoran Strike/Robin Ellicott novels. J. K. Rowling is a wonderful storyteller and a gifted stylist. I’m loving this one.”

A while ago, this seemingly innocuous tweet wouldn’t be a big deal at all. It’s just one bestselling writer complimenting another. Recent events, however, have prompted a firestorm centred around the post. Comments from fans are ranging from disappointed to downright disgusted due to Rowling’s unabashed transphobia over the past several months.

The novelist has been slammed by many big names this year,
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The Reason Rupert Grint Didn’t Want to Kiss Emma Watson in Harry Potter

The Reason Rupert Grint Didn’t Want to Kiss Emma Watson in Harry Potter
There are people that thought the kissing scenes in the Harry Potter movies were awkward and then there those that thought they were just fine. Excuse me while I go shudder for a moment since this was supposed to be a kids’ story for a good part of it. The truth is that at some point as the kids grew up they experienced urges and feelings that, as many of us know, do come along and present their own challenges since we do grow, we mature, and we start finding those around us, be it same or opposite sex, attractive.

The Reason Rupert Grint Didn’t Want to Kiss Emma Watson in Harry Potter
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