CBBC has a story on #4 Privet Drive - and its failure to sell.
Dave McKean discussed working on Harry Potter movies at the San Diego Comicon.
Early word is that the PoA "footage" shown at Comic Con wasn't actual footage at all: It featured Dan Radcliffe and Alfonso Cuaron talking briefly about PoA. This from Meg:
All they really talked about was the cast and the new things appearing such as "quidditch in the rain and hippogriffs". As happy asContinued...
Thanks Jennifer: Dame Maggie Smith (aka Professor McGonagall) has been nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie for her work on My House in Umbria, which is up for several other awards.
Nickelodeon received birthday wishes from Daniel, Emma and Rupert this year.
ITV reports that plenty of people are interested in purchasing the house that served as #4 Privet Drive in the Harry Potter films.
More material for the 'Could Goblet of Fire be made as two movies?' discussion - Cinescape reports that an upcoming Miramax film will be released in two parts.
Thanks to Daniel for the link.
The Statesman has an article from The London Times discussing Harry Potter and the curse that often comes with Hollywood sequels.
Just received trusted word that you can expect a first trailer for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban to be attached to Looney Tunes: Back in Action due in U.S. theaters on November 14. Not that far now!
HPANA reports that Prisoner of Azkaban film crew and the Make a Wish Foundation are making one Harry Potter fan's dream come true.
The Scarborough Spa Express will run run twice a day to and from the seaside resort to York as of Tuesday, July 15th. One of the locomotives pulling the train will be the Hogwarts Castle, which was used in the Harry Potter films.
Even though he isn't making an appearance in the Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban film, Sean Biggerstaff has kept busy biking for charity. Biggerstaff, who portrayed Oliver Wood in the first two Harry Potter films, managed 110 miles without a broom.
An article at Guardian Unlimited looks at the role "tweenagers" have been given in the movie industry...Harry Potter crew included.
The Harry Potter films, have proved you can create a big-budget franchise aimed at a core audience that has only pocket money to spend.
An interview spoof with Kiki the spider who "played" Aragog in CoS.
(Editor's Commentary: Love the "picture" of Kiki working!)