J.K. Rowling

Everyone is talking about "cancel culture," but what exactly is it and why are so many famous public figures afraid of it?
"I cannot even begin to explain the pain I feel knowing that the author who wrote the most formative book series of my life does not believe I am valid."
The comedian told The Hollywood Reporter, "I want people to know I’m not a racist or a homophobe or a sexist."
Rowling’s latest comments have raised eyebrows about the lack of LGBTQ representation in her films and books.
Before the casting controversy surrounding the "Fantastic Beasts" character, Nagini was inspired by an actual snake. But where is that snake now?
The future of the character in the “Fantastic Beasts” sequel is canonical, but just how she gets there ― that’s the stuff of intrigue. And controversy.
Many felt that the casting of an Asian actress as Nagini, a serpent character and loyal servant to Voldemort, was problematic.
The "Harry Potter" author got literary with her latest burn for the Trump administration.
Director David Yates walked back comments that the wizard will "not explicitly" be gay.
"I feel like this is the problem when white people want to diversify and don't actually ask POC how to do so," author Ellen Oh tweeted.
The wizarding world shouldn't be subject to "don't ask, don't tell."
Director David Yates revealed new character details, and fans aren't pleased.
The author responded to Moore’s claim that “God is always in control.”
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