According to HELLO, the upcoming It's Totally Raining Teens of Vanity Fair will have the movie trio striking a "grown-up pose".
In today's CBBC "Celeb Gossip" daily update, they report that Dan Radcliffe has grown 8 inches since he filmed the first movie.
WB has told CBBC Newsround that they are most definitely on schedule with filming. No delays here.
Check out a full list of the MMA winners. The awards ceremony will air on MTV on June 5.
Despite previous reports, the Boston Globe today states that John Williams has signed on to write the score to Prizoner of Azkaban. According to the article, Williams only supervised music from the first two films:
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It appears that the rain and bugs have been too much for the cast of the Potter movies. Much of the big set has had to be moved indoors back in London and it sounds like future movies might be filmed elsewhere.
The Express also chimes in - here's some interesting highlights
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According to this article in the Guardian, Alan Parker, known for his recent film "The Life of David Gale" as well as "The Commitments", "Fame", and "Shoot the Moon", reveals he was originally approached to direct the first Potter film:
CountingDown.com has a set report and some pics of Emma, Dan and Hagrid's Hut.
It was bound to happen. As the actors from the Harry Potter movies get older, the media will start catching them in teen situations and blow them out of portion. Here's the first - Emma Watson at a party where underage alcohol is being served so says the Oxford Herald.
Thanks to MuggleNet for pointing us to the DarkHorizons report today stating that actor Peter Best has gotten the "small" role of Walden MacNair, the executioner of Buckbeak.
However very little is known about the actor and we're currently seeking information on him including a picture.
Alas, according to Newsround the role of Cho Chang is joining Oliver Wood as a no-show in the next movie. No love for Harry until Goblet of Fire.
We've just received a release that confirms the rumored date of June 4, 2004 for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban's release date. Now, this came through the US instead of the UK, and confirmation with WB is still pending, but this is the first official anything we've received on that date. So pencil inContinued...