Entertainment Weekly Top 10 Summer Movies

Apr 22, 2004

Posted by SueTLC
Uncategorized

Entertainment Weekly has listed their “Top 10 Summer Movies”. POA is ranked 2nd, behind “Spiderman 2″. The short article, which you can read below, lists reasons for us to watch POA including ” A streetwear-clad, angry, “punk rock” Harry, (in Radcliffe’s words) “.
Also,Comingsoon.net has posted pictures from this issue, including one of the trio, in which you can see Ron’s injured leg. Thanks Olivia!

RELEASE DATE June 4
WHY WE CAN’T WAIT We’ve had to endure more than 18 months without a new ”Potter” picture. Plus, we’re intrigued by the choice of Alfonso Cuarón (”Y Tu Mama Tambien”) as director.
THE PREMISE Renegade wizard Sirius Black (Gary Oldman) escapes from Azkaban prison and comes looking for Harry (Daniel Radcliffe, above right, with Rupert Grint and Emma Watson), now in his third year of study at Hogwarts.

SOURCE The third book in J.K. Rowling’s projected series of seven ”Harry Potter” novels

THE BACK STORY Chris Columbus, who directed the first two ”Potter” movies, stepped back and took a producer’s title this time. Successor Cuarón may be best known for his racier recent work, but he also directed the underrated 1995 kids’ film ”A Little Princess.”

BURNING QUESTION Will Cuarón’s vision, darker and more freewheeling than that of Columbus, scare the kiddies and alienate the fiercely protective ”Potter” purists? And will fans embrace a new Dumbledore (Michael Gambon, taking over from the late Richard Harris)?

COME FOR A streetwear-clad, angry, ”punk rock” Harry, (in Radcliffe’s words)

STAY FOR New additions to the Hogwarts bestiary — Dementors and hippogriffs, oh my!





Write a Reply or Comment

Finding Hogwarts

The Leaky Cauldron is not associated with J.K. Rowling, Warner Bros., or any of the individuals or companies associated with producing and publishing Harry Potter books and films.