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J. K. Rowling Interviewed at Lumos Fundraising Event

J.K. Rowling
Posted by: Mel
November 10, 2013, 08:48 PM

As readers may recall, a fundraising event was held for J. K. Rowling's charity Lumos at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London a few nights ago. Rowling was interviewed by the BBC during the event and talked a bit about the charity's significance to her. She also spoke a little bit about Harry Potter, including a little bit about penning the "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" movies. You can watch the interview videos here and here or below.

Many thanks to SnitchSeeker for the tip.

Additionally related to the fundraising event, Emma Watson tweeted a picture from the Studio Tour of her posing with her double made for the Second Task scene in the "Goblet of Fire" movie. You can see the picture here.

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Emma Hermione Hermione Emma such a fit.
Wonderful charity supported by the S.P.E.W. girl no surprise.
It would b 2 much if Luna could b part of Fantastic Beasts with Crumpled Horn Snork Blibbering Humd looking for Evanna.

Posted by Sol on November 14, 2013, 05:43 AM report to moderator
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I love how Jo keeps on rolling on…

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