We wonder what J.K. Rowling thinks about this??
As we previously reported, Playboy decided to officially bring back nudity, starting with its March/April issue, after banning it a year ago. For the Naked Is Normal issue, the publication snagged Harry Potter alum Scarlett Byrne, who stripped down and penned an essay, titled The Feminist Mystique.
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Miz Byrne, who played Pansy Parkinson in the magical franchise, took to Instagram to promote her seXXXy Playboy debut as she wrote:
J.K. Rowling has some bad news, Potterheads!
Harry Potter fans were blessed with another magical Hogwarts adventure in the form of a two-part play when the Cursed Child made its debut last year.
Since the acclaimed stage production was a hit with critics and die hard fans, rumors quickly swirled that the spellbinding story was already in talks to be adapted to the big screen!
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Insiders even hinted that the original trio — Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint — were already being coaxed to reprise their roles as adult Harry, Hermione, and Ron for the future installment.
Speaking on the Unofficial Universal Orlando Podcast, journalist and historian Jim Hill — who is apparently connected with the film departments at Disney and Universal Studios — said:
Now that the Golden Globes have come and gone, it's time for another award show to take its place and luckily the 2017 BAFTA Awards nominations are in!
Early Tuesday morning London time, Sophie Turner and Dominic Cooper were at the BAFTA's London headquarters to announce the nominees for this year's awards show.
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Seeing as how La La Land got SO much love at the Globes, it shouldn't shock you to learn the musical flick is the BAFTA frontrunner as it landed 11 nominations! What's even better is Ryan Gosling earned his VERY FIRST BAFTA nod! Not to mention, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them got some love!
What might surprise you though is Arrival and Nocturnal Animals both came in second earning 9 nominations! Good year to be in an Amy Adams flick… unless your names are Batman or Superman. HA!
Ch-ch-check out the full list of nominees (below) and let us know if you'll be tuning in to the show when it airs on February 12!