Lord Voldemort is seeking the Elder Wand, and what better place to look than Ollivander’s wand shop? Unfortunately for the Dark Lord, many other wizards go shopping at Ollivander’s too. And some are more powerful even than Voldemort.
Tom Felton, best known for his portrayal of “Draco Malfoy” in the Harry Potter series, and Henry Winkler, who first became a pop culture icon as “The Fonz” in the classic TV series “Happy Days,” have been added to the standout celebrity roster at the inaugural 2013 Wizard World St. Louis Comic Con, March 22-24 at America’s Center. The two join previously announced guests Stan Lee, Laurie Holden, Billy Dee Williams, WWE® Superstar Randy Orton®, James Marsters and Dean Cain among the headliners.
For those making their own Harry Potter fan films, you will want to make sure your wand handling skills match the heroes (and villains) in the actual movies. Warner Bros. just released behind the scenes video of proper wand usage.
Furious Molecules, the team behind parody webseries Harry Potter and the Ten Years Later, originally announced that the series would have 7 episodes, much like the Harry Potter novels. But now they have revealed that the final installment will be split into two parts, like the movie adaptation.
As promised, this week, it is the battle between the House Elf and the Gollum. Need we say more?
Remember when the Harry Potter series came to an end? Some people think there are plenty of stories still to be told, and they are doing it in a seven part series called Harry Potter and the Ten Years Later that kicks off July 20, 2012.
Tom Felton, best known as the devious Draco Malfoy in all eight Harry Potter films will be making an appearance at the Calgary Expo April 27-29. Other roles to his credit include Dodge Landon in Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Louis Leonowens in Anna and the King opposite Oscar-winning actress Jodie Foster and Peagreen Clock in The Borrowers.
What happens to all the actors now that the last Harry Potter movie has come and gone? You’ll get an idea in a 45 minute documentary that is included in the upcoming Blu-ray release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II.
Here is an amazing piece of art that features the entire (or nearly entire) Harry Potter cast of characters in Anime/Manga form.
The final installment of the final book in the Harry Potter series has arrived from Warner Bros. and it is in theaters today.
The final chapter begins as Harry, Ron, and Hermione continue their quest of finding and destroying the Dark Lord’s three remaining Horcruxes, the magical items responsible for his immortality. But as the mystical Deathly Hallows are uncovered, and Voldemort finds out about their mission, the biggest battle begins and life as they know it will never be the same again.
Did you go see it? What did you think? Was it all it could be, or should Warner Bros. have left everything in a single film? Time for you to use the comment section below and share your thoughts, reviews, and pervy comments about Emma Watson.
Next week, it all comes to an end as Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 arrives in theaters. Warner Bros. continues to crank the PR hype machine by releasing a new series of posters featuring the central characters.
Want more Harry Potter? Then you’ll want to check out Pottermore that launches in October. The full press release follows about the J.K. Rowling/Sony team-up that has to have someone over at Warner Bros. steaming, while millions of Harry Potter fans rejoice at the news about new H.P. content.