frankly, my dear...

Best part of the movie, right there.


All I have ever wanted is to grow up and be her.

2 years ago
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Harry Potter Ron Weasley love this
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Book Ron Weasley

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Emma on being the “perfect Hermione”

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3 years ago
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harry potter lol this totally accurate
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I think it’s nice that Voldemort always waits until the end of the school year to try and kill Harry.


Despite his flaws, Voldemort really cares about Harry’s education.

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3 years ago
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Harry Potter snob Matt Lewis true facts

It cracks me up how people on Facebook are like, “OMG. Neville got HOT!”

And I’m like, “No shit Sherlock. Where have you been? He’s been gorgeous for ages now.”

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (#100)

In some ways this was the closing of the door on a major part of my childhood. At the same time though, I don’t think anyone who says that can really be the die-hard fan they attest to being. It’s not like Harry Potter’s disappearing - I’m still going to read the books and watch the movies and whatnot. Suffice to say that many tears were shed. However, I was underwhelmed by the picture as a whole. Part 1 was fantastic and I never managed to get the same feeling of tone and emotion with this one. It was more of a 2 hour ending to Part 1 than a picture in its own right. Sections I felt should have been longer were short and vice-versa but I still loved it. Again, so many tears. I also saw it with the worst midnight showing audience I’ve ever encountered, which detracted from what was - for me - a kind of private emotional journey. So I definitely need to see it again (and maybe in 3D!). But I think I loved it more for being the end, not because it was fantastic alone.


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Not my daughter, you bitch!

Seamus, I love you, but for the umpteenth time: you are not a Weasley. Get out of the picture.



Emma Watson: Well, it’s got to be ‘magical’, hasn’t it?
Daniel Radcliffe: Unforgettable.
Tom Felton: ’Life-changing’, really, I suppose. Mind you, that’s two words, not one.
Robbie Coltrane: Glue. (in terms of his costuming)
Bonnie Wright: Inspiring.
Michael Gambon: Good.
Jason Isaacs: Fabulously lucky. That’s one word if you say it fast.
James Phelps: Great. 
Oliver Phelps: Legendary.
David Thewlis: Hysterical.
Evanna Lynch: Sublime.
Matthew Lewis: It’s ‘alright’. What?
Timothy Spall: Spiffing.
Rupert Grint: Phenomenal.

3 years ago
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Tom Felton Draco Malfoy Harry Potter lol love this
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Tom Felton: This, my friend, is a sketch that I drew up for Prisoner of Azkaban, in 2004. The art department gave me a rough model of what they wanted me to use in the film and I didn’t think it was quite up to scratch, Draco being a budding artist, as I though he would be. So I spent the next four hours with a quill and ink drawing this out. I’m endlessly impressed with my skills as a young child. Lord knows, I could not draw something like that these days. I’m very impressed, even with the authentic “DM” signature on the bottom left corner.