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This past weekend, Universal Studios theme park in Orlando, Florida held their A Celebration of Harry Potter event where fans took the opportunity to show their love for their favorite Hogwarts professor.
Since this was the first huge Potter event since the actor's death, fans gathered and raised their wands in a touching tribute.
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing moment (below) and share your favorite Snape line with us!
Ever since the end of the Harry Potter franchise, we've been desperately wanting more of the magical world that J.K. Rowling created.
That's why we're so excited that the HP author's book Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them has been adapted to film and will be hitting theaters this fall!
Ch-ch-check out this incredible behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming Potterverse film (above) and let us know how excited you are for the magical flick that lands in theaters November 18, 2016!
It's no secret that J.K. Rowling has one of the best Twitter accounts on the planet — not only does she occasionally spill some secrets about Harry Potter to fans, but her penchant for calling out social media meanies for our enjoyment is basically what Twitter was made for!
But things got darker than the Deathly Hallows Thursday afternoon when Scottish Parliament member Natalie McGarry accused the author of defending and complementing an abusive and misogynist Twitter troll.
It all started early afternoon when McGarry was venting about the troll in question, and called Jo out for seemingly no reason at all:
— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) January 28, 2016
@jk_rowling Brian spanner, Joanne. Very simple.
— Natalie McGarry (@NatalieMcGarry) January 28, 2016
Brian Spanner is a Twitter user who has a history of calling out McGarry on social media — and also likes to tell the occasional crude joke.
However, Spanner and Rowling have also shared a few exchanges in the past, which McGarry thought was enough to say she was supporting an "abuser":
Despite the MASSIVE success of the Harry Potter books and films, J.K. Rowling hasn't slowed down.
The magical author has stayed busy in the past few years by completing four novels, writing the screenplay for Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, as well as collaborating on the stage play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
Well Rowling has captured our attention AGAIN and we're so incredibly intrigued!
Thursday morning, J.K. sent out a mysterious tweet referring to an unidentified project saying:
Alan Rickman's death shocked a lot of people, whether they were personal friends of the British actor or admirers of his work.
One of the biggest fan bases affected by the 69-year-old's passing were Harry Potter fans as Rickman played the fan favorite character Severus Snape.
After Alan finished his filming on the magical franchise, he revealed that author J.K. Rowling shared "one tiny, little, left of field piece of information" that apparently helped him realize there was more to his character than anyone thought.
This was important for the actor to know as only four books had been written at the time.
Since the Die Hard actor's passing, HP fans have book looking for more information on their favorite Hogwarts professor and one fan took to Twitter and asked Rowling about the "piece of information" that she shared with Alan.
Luckily for us, J.K. replied to the tweet saying: