Jack Goldstein

    hamsterinahas quoted2 years ago
    There are rumours that JK Rowling isn’t finished with Harry potter just yet - although no-one can say what age Harry would be if she does write another book.
    Анна Субботинаhas quoted7 months ago
    Diana’s part in the organisation of this treaty was recognised however, and a few months after her death she was awarded with a posthumous Nobel Peace Prize.
    Klim Khaletskihas quoted19 days ago
    he Harry Potter books have been translated into more than sixty-five languages – including the ‘dead’ language of Latin
    Klim Khaletskihas quoted19 days ago
    In the books, Hermione is described as having huge front teeth and frizzy hair. Most people would agree this isn’t a particularly accurate description of Emma Watson!
    Klim Khaletskihas quoted19 days ago
    Plenty of fan-favourite scenes didn’t make it into the film, but perhaps the one that seemed to disappoint the most was where Luna Lovegood is commentator for a Quidditch match, and rather than talking about the game starts pointing out interestingly shaped clouds – amongst other hilarious things! Most fans thought Evanna Lynch did a great job of portraying Luna, and reckoned that scene would have been an absolute blast!
    Klim Khaletskihas quoted19 days ago
    The very first Harry Potter book was the UK version of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and was published by Bloomsbury on the 30th June, 1997. If you happen to own a first-edition copy, count yourself very lucky – they sell for more than $50,000 these days!
    Klim Khaletskihas quoted19 days ago
    you think of other great film wizards, one of the first that probably comes to mind is that of Gandalf in the Lord of the Rings series. Gandalf was played by Sir Ian McKellen, who was actually offered Dumbledore’s role after Harris died. Yet he turned it down for two reasons. Firstly, he felt it was too similar to his other famous fantasy outing (and actors generally hate being typecast). Secondly, he refused to step into a role previously played by Harris because he’d called McKellen a “dreadful actor” not long before his death. Ouch!
    Klim Khaletskihas quoted19 days ago
    During his time at the school, he was pretty much a perfect student... but not always. He once set the curtains of his dormitory on fire ‘by accident’ (he claimed) – saying rather suspiciously that he hadn’t liked them anyway!
    b2514285073has quotedlast year
    fantastic and magical world that many of us would like to visit, despite
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