Unfortunately for Nick, the fans wanted to see him chug!
Although, Nick managed to make slime look good!
Watch him chug (above) and get slimed (below)!
That’s right — Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling can’t get enough of the killer footwear!
So much so she nearly spent an entire hour of her Woman’s Hour segment on BBC Radio 4 talking about the "myth and power" behind them. Guess she's found her patronus!
Of course she's not entirely crazed about them, admitting:
If only they had thought of this, oh, you know, when the first book came out 17 years ago??? LOLz!
They have a preexisting line that’s been out since last year, but what they’re calling Hogwarts 2.0 will include more prints and styles.
For instance, one of their soon-to-be-released items is a pair of leggings covered with Dobby polaroids (above)!! Because really, who WOULDN’T want to look down and see that helpful lil’ houself staring back in a zillion different ways??
Everyone wants that. We just know it.
Each of the 18 new items is retailing for around $100 Australian dollars, which converts to slightly less than $100USD.
Check out some of the other wizardly wears (below)!
Muggles are that much closer to owning an invisibility cloak like Harry Potter!
It's only taken two years, but scientists have finally figured out how to create invisible fabric.
There are still a few bugs, but the result is impressive!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) and get excited!
The seductive theme continued throughout the spread, featuring
Our favorite wacky dresser Helena Bonham Carter is in the May issue of Interview magazine doing what she does best: lookin' cray cray!
Seriously, she's SO having a Bjork moment while wearing that swan hat. Ha!
For her interview, Tim Burton's leading lady sat down with Harry Potter co-star Daniel Radcliffe and talked about fashion, aging and her life's philosophy.
Here are some HIGHlights:
On wearing different color shoes to the Golden Globes:
"I looked at the dress and I thought, It's not gonna be well received, so let's just distract. At least you've got some control, you know?"
"It was a result of those two shoes. Marc said, 'Let her wear different shoes.' Juergen Teller is a great photographer. He's brilliant."
"All I'm into is dressing up. I love dressing up. It's like what we do for our job, get paid to dress up. So I carry on doing it in life, and I do put on a bit of clothing, and the clothing changes how I feel."
“It's so much better when you get older. I think you physically fall apart. But mentally, it's so much easier.”
On her attitude towards life:
"F*ck it" is my guiding philosophy.”
Ha! We love us HBC!
Check out more pics of the Dark Shadows star in the gallery (below)!
[Images courtesy of Interview.]
The starlet's line failed to sell, causing Emma to drastically mark down remaining inventory and halt further production of the line.
A source reveals:
"Emma was so disappointed, but even at knockdown prices, the clothes were still sitting on the shelves. She’s also stalled on plans to do more with Ferretti because she doesn’t have time."
We're sad to hear the line flopped, but we have a feeling that this won't be Emma's only stab at designing.
[Image courtesy of People Tree]
A veritable feast of celebs came out this weekend in support of menswear designer John Varvatos' 9th Annual Stuart House Benefit. Emmy Rossum, Steven Tyler, Brian Cranston, Zoe Saldana, Dave Matthews and Tom Felton of Harry Potter fame made sure to make an appearance at the event, which raises funds to help