This morning Pottermore unveiled new cast photos for the actors playing Harry Potter, Ginny and Albus Severus in a new play called "The Cursed Child." This new world in the Harry Potter series will be 19 years later when Albus (Harry's youngest son) goes off to Hogwarts.
At the end of the series, Ginny and Harry had three children: James, Albus, and Lily. Today we know that Albus is "The Cursed Child."
Jamie Parker, playing Harry, was announced back in December, Poppy Miller and Sam Clemmett were just announced today.
Bryan Cranston is more than just an amazing actor. He's a good friend.
Cranston is joining comedian George Lopez in asking residents of New Mexico's largest county to vote for fellow actor Steven Michael Quezada in a county commissioner's race. In real life, Quezada currently sits on the school board but he is perhaps best known for his role as DEA agent Steven Gomez in Breaking Bad.
The Golden State Warriors came back to beat Oklahoma City, and in doing so they earned the right to face the LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals. The two teams played last year with Golden State winning the NBA Championship.
The Cavs are a healthier and stronger team than they were last year, but the Warriors also set a regular season record for the most wins in history. It should be a great matchup!
Animal rights activists have continued to protest outside the Cincinnati Zoo after Harambe the gorilla was killed. In case you missed it, the gorilla's life was taken after a 3-year-old fell into the enclosure.
The zoo is defending it's decision:
Meanwhile a change.org petition is calling for the parents to be held responsible for the death of the gorilla.
On Sunday George Clooney and his wife Amal were just some of the many high-profile stars (including Richard Gere and Salma Hayek) honored by Pope Francis. The event was a summit for the Pope's educational foundation, Scholas Occurrentes. The power players recieved the Olive Medal for their charity work.