"I think Hermione is a new kind of role model. She is incredibly smart…and powerful…and strong. She really has a clear idea on what’s right and what’s wrong, and follows her heart, and goes against everything and everyone to do the right thing." -Emma Watson on Hermione
We will be remembered.
Is it just me or has JK Rowling gotten better looking with age…
#i think it’s literally because she has gotten happier #with every passing year she has settled into a reality #where she can follow her dreams #where she has influence#where she can write what she loves #she had depression and was poor and i’m sure she must’ve lost hope in the world #but like in roald dahl’s story #when you think good thoughts #you are beautiful #and her thoughts became more beautiful with time #so no#it’s not just you #jk rowling HAS gotten better looking with time #and now i made myself emotional (via badwolflupin)
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This is weird.
It’s Robert Pattinson in the days before Twilight.
Look at him, still smiling. There’s hope in his eyes. He can see a future before him, and he still believes that it can be good. He still has dreams.
It’s like Dean Winchester before Hell
Daniel Radcliffe’s as Igor in Frankenstein
so basically what harry would have looked like if lily had married snape
This post was just a description and then it became a Wibbley Hairy Harry Snapey
Today marks the 12th anniversary of the theatrical release of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Debuting on the scene with mostly positive critical acclaim, the first installment in the massive Potter film franchise went on to make over $974 million worldwide, and is the 18th highest-grossing film of all-time.
But that’s not why it’s amazing.
As Potterheads, we can remember quite well seeing the Privet Drive sign slide into focus onscreen for the first time and our hands gripping whatever was closest because this was it, it was really happening: Harry’s world was being brought to life. And it was just as magical as we imagined it would be. If you have time, pop the film in for nostalgia’s sake. You can never walk down Diagon Alley or ride the boats across the Black Lake to Hogwarts too many times.