Leaky News Archives for October 2003
Australia's Herald Sun scooped it, and we've just got it from our side - actress Emma Thompson will play Sybill Trelawney in Prisoner of Azkaban. (I know at least three TLC editors, myself included, that think this is brilliant). Emma Thompson has a huge and accomplished list of credit; she'sContinued...
Today's Ziggy cartoon featured Harry Potter.
The Glasgow Daily Record reports on fans ire at the thought of a two-and-a-half-hour-long Goblet of Fire.
Victoria, in Milton Keynes for CollectorMania IV, spent some time this weekend interviewing Christian Coulson and the Phelps twins for us at The Leaky Cauldron. Here's her report:
At Collectormania 4 there is no shortage of slightly hysterical girls
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The Herald-Sun in Australia reports that Emma Thompson has signed on as Professor Trelawney in PoA. (Thanks, M, for the forward!) The article also has a few quips about the actors' current accomplishments and pasttimes:
"I love my cars," Tom Felton, who plays Draco, told the Sunday Herald Sun.
Happy birthday to Harry Potter actor Christian Coulson, who turns 25 today.
First Lady and former librarian Laura Bush mentions her love of the Potter books.
Thanks to the many TLC readers who pointed this out to us.
The German translation of Order of the Phoenix has gone to press.
Thanks to Heather for the link.
This article on the good luck charms of actors and actresses makes mention of Julie Walters - and her rather strange good luck piece.
Thanks to Maryanne for the link!
In an article from the Washington Post, a quote from J.K. Rowling is used to help explain an interesting term.
Thanks to our many TLC readers who sent us this link!
Our favorite author has pledged that her next Potter book be printed on either recycled or ancient forest-friendly paper.
Thanks to Patricia and Holly for the link!
Gloucester Cathedral has installed security cameras, hoping in the future to catch the (I'm thinking of a word I probably shouldn't use here - use your imagination) who have nothing better to do with their time but vandalize 900 year old churches.
Thanks to Cressida for the link.
A Connecticut gym teacher has developed a new form of quidditch for his muggle students.