MyLeaky Login

Join the largest Harry Potter Social Network on the Web! | FAQ

In the News

ABC News brings us a

News
Posted by: Leaky
October 22, 2002, 11:17 AM

ABC News brings us a bit of the backstory behind why Warner Bros registered those extra "Harry Potter" trademarks: "The trick is, [they] were intended merely as decoys to protect the title of one of the as-yet-unfinished books in the series ..."

From Hoover's Online comes this report on how Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets already has a head start toward becoming one of the highest-grossing films of 2002. Santa Monica-based Fandango Inc. took the unprecedented step of starting advance ticket sales a full month before the film's Nov. 15 release date and Potter is already proving to be more popular with customers than current hits Red Dragon and Sweet Home Alabama. It accounted for 21 percent of all tickets purchased through Fandango last weekend.

The folks at Ain't It Cool News have posted another possibly-spoiler-laden review of Chamber of Secrets.

A listing of possible international release dates for Chamber of Secrets is up at the Internet Movie Database site.

Thank you to Kasia for this link to a new slideshow from RupertGrint.net.

Previous Article | Next Article Browse all Recent News News

You must be logged in to MyLeaky to comment. Please click here to log in.

Finding Hogwarts
PotterCast Interviews Jo Rowling! Click here to Listen! The Books Everything...Half-Blood Prince...and the rest of the HP Films Leaky Apps
Learn to knit your own 'Weasley Sweater'. Learn to brew your own 'Butterbeer'. Find out how at Leaky Crafts!

Scribbulus Essay Project

Issue 28 - Jul. 2014

Scribbulus is THE place for Leaky Cauldron readers to submit their essays and opinion pieces!
See more over at Scribbulus!

Guess That Book

He had done an even worse job of dressing himself than the wizards at the World Cup. He was wearing a tea cozy for a hat, on which he had pinned a number of bright badges; a tie patterned with horseshoes over a bare chest, a pair of what looked like child