WATCH | At Thursday night's star-studded, black-carpet New York City premiere for "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them," J.K. Rowling needed just one word to tell Circa what makes her think "Enough of This S***!"
For Circa's "Enough of This S***!" series, which encourages celebrities to air their grievances, the author of the "Harry Potter" series flicked "through the Rolodex in my head" for an answer, then concluded, "Intolerance."
Meanwhile, "Fantastic Beasts" star and Academy Award winner Jon Voight told Circa he didn't have any grievances to air.
"I don't have anything to gripe about," he said. "I'd be a silly so-and-so if I did."
Voight's young co-star, Faith Wood-Blagrove, worried about what she'd do if she had the ability to cast a spell: "I could accidentally, like, pronounce something wrong and just be like, 'Oh, no, I just killed the moon!'"
Other stars on the black carpet were more open to casting spells:
- Chris Hardwick: "I would wish that people, rather than attacking each other on social media, would foster conversations on social media ... and then I'd ask for a Hippogriff."
- Jim Gaffigan: "I have young kids, so, I would cast a spell that would stop screaming."
- Bonnie Wright: "Unconditional love."
- Barbara Corcoran: "I'd wish that my husband was about 30 pounds thinner, 30 [years] younger."
I want [Donald Trump] to wipe his f***ing face, take off the orange makeup, because now he's president, and get a f***ing haircut.
And Emmy Award-winning actor Joe Pantoliano might have taken the opportunity to dabble in wizardry to make Donald Trump disappear.