If you were as obsessed with Harry Potter as I was as a kid, then you probably spent your childhood reading and rereading the series trying to absorb as much of the fantasy as possible. The books were so creative that the more I read, the more details I noticed, and the older I got, the more I saw that one element was missing: where did these kids make out? Right, okay. I know when you get to Hogwarts you're about 11 years old. The most action I got when I was 11 was one time a boy asked me to be his girlfriend and then told me he was joking.
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Seven could be the most magically powerful number in the "Harry Potter" series. Think about it: There are seven books, seven Horcruxes possibly , and now, for Daniel Radcliffe, seven years of playing the Boy Who Lived. As the world's most famous boy wizard becomes a man — and a more accomplished actor, too, branching out from the "Potter" films to Muggle roles onstage in "Equus" and in the forthcoming movie "December Boys" — he's shepherding his signature character into manhood as well. Here, Daniel talks about how Harry has evolved in the new film, "Order of the Phoenix" — from bashful wizard to first kiss — and what the tea leaves say is next. Watch Radcliffe talk about Harry's loss of innocence, first kiss and questionable alliances.
The Harry Potter series has always been equal parts witty and enchanting, and Cursed Child has that trademark twinkle-of-the-eye humor. But that doesn't mean Cursed Child doesn't have it's fair share of cringe-worthy moments, because these seven awkward Cursed Child moments definitely made readers — including me — squirm. Yes, Cursed Child is funny.
Y ou have probably found out by now — whether through reading it yourself or hearing secondhand accounts — that the new Harry Potter story is a doozy, and not in a good way. When he encounters Hermione, this means he has to kiss her to keep up the charade. Nothing wrong with that. The sweet-natured trolley witch on the Hogwarts express is revealed to be over years old, endowed with the abilities to turn her hands into spikes and turn her Pumpkin Pasties into grenades, because murdering students makes a lot more sense than letting them escape the train.