The "Harry Potter" star said he wanted queer and trans kids who identified with his character "to know that not everybody in the franchise felt that way."
In a none-too-subtle defense of her real-life opinions, Rowling centered "The Ink Black Heart" on a YouTuber who's stabbed to death.
The "Harry Potter" creator didn't appear during an HBO Max special for the first wizardly film's 20th anniversary.
The "Harry Potter" author was threatened on Twitter after reacting to the novelist's recent stabbing.
The sport, based on a game in Rowling's "Harry Potter" books, will now be known as quadball.
Warner Bros., the studio behind the "Harry Potter" spin-off sequel, said that the "spirit of the film remains intact."
An old video of the “Harry Potter” star speaking up about transgender rights has gone viral for its stark contrast to author J.K. Rowling’s views.
J.K. Rowling’s latest comments on Dumbledore and Grindelwald’s relationship have raised eyebrows about the lack of LGBTQ representation in her films and books.
Cancel culture is seemingly happening to everyone, every day, but what exactly is it? Dr Tina Sikka explains where cancel culture came from and what it means for society.
Russia's president lamented "cancel culture" during a televised diatribe against the world's condemnation of his Ukraine invasion.