"The Life And Times Of Prophecy"
It’s the final chapter for the greatest boy wizard who ever lived.
The official trailer for the eighth and final “Harry Potter” film, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two” has been released, and like the book, it’s jam-packed with epic action and drama. Good wizards take on the practitioners of the Dark Arts as Harry fulfills his destiny and takes on his nemesis Voldemort.
Breathtaking CGI, deep and rich colors and a feeling of something larger than life pervade the trailer; the entire film hits theaters July 15th.
Emma Watson has apparently become the latest victim of “Bullying” by the student body at Brown University. Emma, widely known for her portrayal of Hermione Granger in the wildly popular and successful Harry Potter franchise, has reportedly been taunted by class mates, stalked, harassed and berated throughout her entire time at Brown University, where she was finishing out her Sophomore year.
At a recent football game, where the crowd continued to harass her, Emma required security to protect her as she refused to leave the game’s attendance.
As of right now, Emma has not announced where she will be transferring, but I find it unfortunate that a young woman as successful as herself is still just as susceptible to bullying. Bullying has now become a worldwide epidemic, even driving young children to suicide and making suicide pacts.
Whether Emma tries to continue with Ivy League level schools or not, it is clear that many people will feel intimidated by her success, and she will garner much jealousy and disdain. I would say though, if not for her pixie cut, she might have had more admirers, but of course, that’s still no excuse.
We wish you the best Emma, no matter what happens. And don’t be mad that everyone else is mad that you can buy and sell every one of them 10 times a day