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'Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone', available in 3D and 4K, has accumulated US$13.6mil in additional box office receipts in just three days.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Over two days of video calls earlier this month, about a dozen students from Thailand’s Kasetsart and Mahanakorn universities debated whether to break a taboo that could land them in jail: openly challenging the country’s powerful monarchy, according to two people on the calls.
Celebrities, brands, leaders and ordinary people are all falling foul of "cancel culture", a movement that seeks to call out offensive behaviour but that critics denounce as excessive and contributing to increased political polarisation.
(Reuters) - More than 150 world renowned academics, writers and artists signed a letter published on Tuesday expressing support for global anti-racism protests while lamenting an "intolerant climate that has set in on all sides".
The 'Harry Potter' author's comment sparked a furious reaction from trans rights campaigners.
Twenty-six hours into our relationship, Reba and I were on the couch at night watching the dystopian romantic comedy Her when we had our first fight.
One of the most anticipated video games is one whose existence has yet to be acknowledged by its publisher, Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment. It’s a big-budget Harry Potter game that will let players role-play as wizards and roam a vast, open-world re-creation of Hogwarts and its surrounding areas.
(Reuters) - Harry Potter's skills as a seeker in the fictional sport Quidditch might be questionable but Leicester Tigers are convinced his namesake is the right man for them after signing the versatile back from Super Rugby side Melbourne Rebels.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Three authors who left J. K. Rowling's literary agency over her views on transgender issues said on Tuesday they were disappointed that it had not taken up their offer to discuss trans rights or made a statement in support of the community.
J.K. Rowling brings out free online fairy tale so children can dream in lockdown.