At least new teacher Remus Lupin seems prepared to help him meet the challenges ahead - but is the Professor trying to hide something from Harry?
What does RL stand for?
RL stands for Remus Lupin (character from Harry Potter)
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My films include Kingdom of Heaven and the 2006 remake of The Omen, however I am best known for my portrayal of Remus Lupin in the Harry Potter films.
In fact, characters in fantasy novels who are cursed to walk the earth in the aftermath of a great loss often seem powerfully familiar (Aragorn in Lord of the Rings; the ever-outcast Remus Lupin in the Harry Potter series, whose melancholy wisdom sounds here and there in Harry's tale like a minor chord).
The substance is referred to in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince when Professor Severus Snape, played by Alan Rickman, uses it stop Remus Lupin turning into a werewolf.
Brent Stypczynski looks at Remus Lupin, the werewolf professor in J.
1 Professor Remus Lupin, 2 Timothy Spall, 3 BT, 4 British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 5 Whose Line Is It Anyway?
When the storm that Hagrid predicts finally breaks, students including Neville, Luna and Cho (Leung) join forces with Harry's godfather Sirius Black (Oldman), Remus Lupin and their kin to face Voldemort (Fiennes) and his dark army.
The character of Remus Lupin is another source of inspiration for those who look for the possibility of a gay reading of Harry Potter.