Dame Maggie Smith (Professor McGonagall) is nominated for this year's Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie Emmy. The Emmys will air this Sunday on Fox.
Warwick Davis, A.K.A. Professor Flitwick, will be a featured guest at MegaCon 2004 in Orlando, Florida.
Julie Walters will appear on tomorrow's Richard and Judy, which starts at 5pm on Channel 4 in the UK only. She'll also be playing the title role in the BBC's The Wife of Bath. Thanks to Jonny M. for the info.
The Telegraph has an interview with the exceptionally talented David Bradley.
Thanks Cinderz, for sending this 427K vid of Daniel Radcliffe accepting his Relly Award. For those who can't download, he says:
"Thank you for this fantastic award. This is absolutely amazing, and thank you to everybody who voted for me. I'm currently on the set of Prisoner of Azkaban, filming. It's going toContinued...
Thanks to all those who sent e-mails alerting us that Dan Radcliffe won the first annual "Relly Award" for Junior Achiever this morning, on Live With Regis and Kelly.
Wizard News has reported that unnamed WB sources told them that producers are looking into the possibility of making GoF a four-hour movie with an intermission. This rumor was passed around to several trustworthy contacts, and all responded in a way that asserts how funny they found the rumor. GoF is still a 2.5-hour movie, guys,Continued...
Thanks Richard, for alerting us to the new online home of Matthew Lewis, a.k.a Neville Longbottom. Learn all about the darling 14-year-old actor here, and make sure to check out the photo section for some exclusives with the rest of the cast and J.K. Rowling.
If you get The New York Times, flip to the front of the Sunday Business section and give a brief double-take at the picture there. If you don't get it, you can read the article profiling its new president Alan Horn here (registration required, but free), and check out that accompanying picture here.
Thanks Beckie, for informing us that Dark Horizons says that the HP3 trailer will appear on December 5 next to Tom Cruise's The Last Samurai; many TLC readers will remember that we reported that the trailer would debut on November 14, attached to Loony Tunes: Back in Action. We'll find out which or if both are trueContinued...
The train used in the Harry Potter films to depict the Hogwart's Express was vandalized according to the Daily Record.
Believe it or not, this is Mrs. Weasley (Julie Walters) at the premiere of her new film, Calendar Girls!
Market Wire takes a look at the worldwide campaign to see more than 2 1/2 hours of GoF on the big screen.
An interview with Julie Waters (Mrs. Weasley) from The Guardian.
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