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Total Film: Harry Potter "Franchise of the Decade"

Posted by: sue
December 14, 2009, 10:59 AM

This week, Total Film magazine is releasing their newest issue with ten different covers as part of their special on best of the decade. Harry Potter will be featured on one of the covers (also here in our galleries) as "Franchise of the Decade." Coming in at number 8, the cover says about Harry Potter: "From page to screen, how Harry Potter made movie magic. Plus, first word on the epic finale." If anyone can get scans of the feature inside the magazine, please send them to!

Also, thanks to our Order partner we know the magazine will also have a feature on Rupert dressed as one of his favorite film characters, Napoleon Dynamite.


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I’m not surprised that HP made the list, but 8th?

7 – Spiderman (Umm Okay)
6 – Shaun of the Dead (WHAT THE HECK IS THAT)
5 – Sin City (WHAT THE HECK?)
4 – Star Trek (WHAT THE HECK?)
3 – Casino Royale (not a surprise but 3rd?)
2 – The Dark Knight (not a surprise)
1 – Lord of the Rings (not a surprise)

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