The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 continues the story of Bella and Edward’s (Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart) quest to have a baby, and while it is an improvement on the previous installment, it isn’t necessarily as good as the book that inspired it. And while we’re sad to see Bella turn into a vampire, it would be even sadder if her life never had a chance to unfold.
Since the Harry Potter series is full of interesting characters and magic, it’s a bit of a shame that each book doesn’t feature one prominent appearance by a bestselling author. The series has managed to rope in some big names: J.K. Rowling, who created the series, wrote and published the first three books; Stephenie Meyer, who wrote the Twilight books, directed and co-produced the film adaptations; and Alan Rickman, who played the role of Severus Snape in four of the eight Harry Potter movies.
While we get some decent one-on-one time with these luminaries in the novels, it would be great to be able to spend a little more time with them. Luckily, as it turns out, there is one book in the series that features Robert Pattinson in a very important role, and that book is called Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
Pattinson plays Percy Weasley, son of Bill and Fleur. As the name would suggest, Percy is introduced in the novel as the person who guards the Goblet of Fire, a magical cup that can bring dead witches and wizards back to life. The Goblet of Fire is protected by a series of magical spells that allow for its safekeeping and prevent any unauthorized access to it.
While it would be great to see more prominent authors make appearances in the Harry Potter series, at least we can rest assured that someone as talented as J.K. Rowling will make sure that the story continues to unfold as it was meant to.