The North Devon Gazette has article on Reed Chill Cheater, a North Devon company that has just finished a large order of innovative thermal suits for the PoA film!
Apparently it is for an incredibly wet Quidditch game, said owner Chris Reed.
A big "thanks" to Dave at The Snitch for letting us know about this new report AND the pictures with it!
HPANA has a link to some great photos of Lacock Abbey, which served as Hogwarts in the first two Harry Potter films.
Our fellow HP site, The Snitch, has posted a new report from a recent visit to the PoA set.
Yes, robes will be making an appearance in PoA, as we've said repeatedly...!
The DVD of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is on the ballot for the Viewers Choice Award at the 6th Annual DVD Awards. The awards will be presented on August 20th, so if you're going to vote, vote now!
Thanks for the tip, Annie!
Thanks Richard, for pointing us to this BBC article that quotes Newell and Heyman on Newell's appointment:
"I'm very excited about directing Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire...As audiences have become more familiar with both the books and the movies, there has been an increasing challengeContinued...
It's official (and just hitting the wires): Mike Newell is confirmed to direct Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. The franchise's first British director, Newell directed the hit movies Four Weddings and a Funeral and Donnie Brasco. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is very tentatively scheduled forContinued...
Jason Issacs plays a card shark in his new film Passionada, a role that's "180 degrees" from Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter series.
Thanks everyone for emailing us this pic of Alan Rickman as Snape, but it's not a new PoA filming pic, it's actually a very old CoS filming pic.
The UK's Independent profiles Harry Potter actress Fiona Shaw:
...despite all the media attention being given to the actress's next venture, her Edinburgh Festival Chekhov debut in The Seagull under the direction of Peter Stein, most of the population, if asked to name one of her roles, would only be able to point at the tall,Continued...
Enjoy finding movie bloopers? This article mentions Harry Potter:
The first two Harry Potter films each had 107 bloopers, including a visible cast on the broken wrist of Emma Watson, who plays Hermione, and the wires controlling an owl and a giant spider in the sequel.
The pics that ran in The Sun a while back are on the official HP site, a small bit larger and with captions. This also puts to rest speculation that these are rehearsal pictures, as they are tagged as 'PoA pictures.' Thanks Parker, for the tip!
USA Today has an article discussing the latest Peter Pan movie and how a certain baddie we all know might just be what gets the audience hooked on the film.
If you look at the picture of Cuaron and Emma Watson, you can see the Time Turner's gold chain around Emma's neck. Also, the Daily Prophet page that Rupert has in front of him in the Leaky Cauldron pic has a two-word headline, the second word being "Egypt." I can't make out the first (thoughContinued...
Entertainment Weekly has a short bit about Mike Newell being considered as director for Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, with this from Azkaban director Alfonzo Cuaron:
"It was always only Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban for me. I never thought [seriously] about continuing." Though he was approachedContinued...