A few nice bits from here and there....
First a review of Deathly Hallows (kinda-sorta) by Stephen King. I like reading what he has to say about J.K. Rowling and the Harry Potter books. As a super-famous author himself, he has a unique perspective, plus sometimes he says things I've thought myself. For example:
"And so now the hurly-burly's done, the battle's lost and won — the Battle of Hogwarts, that is — and all the secrets are out of the Sorting Hat. Those who bet Harry Potter would die lost their money; the boy who lived turned out to be exactly that. And if you think that's a spoiler at this late date, you were never much of a Potter fan to begin with."
Also, a lovely interview with Evanna Lynch. Can't you just see her before all the Harry-madness? I imagine a creative, but kind of odd girl--not unlike Luna herself. And then she becomes a world-famous actress, not for being someone else, but really just for being herself. Can't you just see all the "mean girls" at her high school squirming now?
Lastly, a pre-Deathly Hallows interview with Daniel Radcliffe, which would be pretty unremarkable (that is to say, just like all the other interviews with Daniel) if not for a teensy bit at the end where he says, "Alan is the only one who seems to know what’s going to happen...." Assuming he means "Alan" Rickman, I have to say I TOLD YOU SO!