It's been seven years since the "Harry Potter" film franchise came to a close, but Emma Watson and her co-stars Tom Felton and Matthew Lewis just proved how much we still love to see the cast together.
At the scary-fun time of year symbolized by jack-o’-lanterns, black cats, and witches, it’s easy to forget that the latter have a serious backstory. Part of that comes from the infamous Salem Witch Trials that took place in colonial Massachusetts in 1692. Two hundred people were wrongly accused of witchcraft — 20 of them were executed — based on flimsy or absolutely no solid evidence. It was such a dark spot in American history that Massachusetts formally apologized for the events in 1957.
Ariana Grande is a Potterhead. In her transition from cutesy Nickelodeon sidekick to scantily clad “Dangerous Woman” singer, Ariana Grande’s love for all things Harry Potter has never wavered.