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  1. London Hotel Creates 'Harry Potter' Themed Rooms

    1:36 am 10/27/2014

    Guests at The Georgian House can sleep in the Hogwarts-inspired "Wizard's Chambers"Read more

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  2. J.K. Rowling's Pottermore to Publish Dolores Umbridge Story on Halloween

    3:15 am 10/24/2014

    The witch and former Hogwarts professor was featured in the Harry Potter books and was played by Imelda Staunton in the filmsRead more

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  3. J.K. Rowling Building Hagrid's Hut on Her Scottish Estate

    11:55 pm 10/19/2014

    It's a case of life imitating art Read more

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  4. Warner Bros. Announces 10 DC Movies, 3 Lego Movies and 3 'Harry Potter' Spinoffs

    9:20 am 10/15/2014

    Ambitious slate launches in 2016 with 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice'Read more

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  5. J.K. Rowling Reveals Solution to Her Riddle

    4:49 pm 10/7/2014

    The author's Twitter clue about her forthcoming project had 'Harry Potter' fans in a tizzyRead more

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  6. J.K. Rowling Drops Harry Potter Hints to Send Twitter Crazy

    9:54 pm 10/6/2014

    Riddles, anagrams and cryptic messages...the game is afootRead more

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  7. Scotland Votes Against Independence, UK Networks Report

    3:08 pm 9/18/2014

    The referendum divided British celebrities and drew intense media coverageRead more

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  8. Scottish Independence Vote: Celebrities Take to Twitter With Last-Minute Pleas

    3:22 am 9/18/2014

    Stars backing "yes" and "no" sides reach out to Scots on day of reckoning Read more

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  9. Bob Geldof, Eddie Izzard Plead for Scotland to Remain Part of U.K.

    2:58 am 9/16/2014

    "The United Kingdom is one of the greatest ideas for the modern age," the singer tells a rally in LondonRead more

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  10. Scottish Independence Vote Sparks Celebrity Civil War

    4:41 am 9/12/2014

    Gerard Butler and Sean Connery back independence, while English stars from David Bowie to J.K. Rowling ask the Scots to stay Read more

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