Major Spoilers had the opportunity to sit down with Johnny Cassamasina (Senior VP Creative Development at Jam City), before Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery launched and ask him some magical questions of our very own.
If you love Munchkin mashups, you’ll be thrilled to learn USAopoly is heading to Hogwarts with Harry Potter Munchkin Deluxe.
I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again – Free Comic Book Day is one of the most creative and successful ways to attract new readers/customers into local comics shops ever conceived. Well, following on the heels of that success is Halloween ComicFest, which hasn’t quite caught on with the same vigor. However, I think it’s time to make this event another great one when it comes to spreading the word about our love for comics!
If you can’t get enough of Harry Potter or Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and you live in the Los Angeles area, Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood opened a new exhibit featuring props and other items from the movie franchise.
With J.K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them landing in theaters this week, we are about to kick off a whole new run of flicks exploring the world of Harry Potter. Though this movie won’t feature The Boy Who Lived, it does make us think about the kid with that nasty scar on his head. VOTE!
It’s time to talk about the mentor to Harry Potter! The headmaster of Hogwarts who they call Dumbledore! He may be soon fighting some Fantastic Beasts so let’s reveal his young wizarding adventures.
The BBC has animated a lost Doctor Who adventure, teasers from the upcoming season of Doctor Who have us all excited, and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is getting a five movie treatment instead of a three movie deal. Doctor Who and wizards have us all thinking about that all important question, “Who would win in a fight?” VOTE!
With the success of the Harry Potter franchise, I wonder if fans still need to be convinced to see Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them? It’s a sort of Harry Potter prequel, and it features magic and monsters in 1920s America. What more do you need!? Another trailer? Okay, take the jump to see it!
I’m kind of excited to see Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. We’ve had a few trailers already, but there’s something about the trailer shared at Comic-Con that makes this look really fantastic.
Earlier this week, we learned that J.K. Rowling has written three short tales for the Pottermore website that explores the history of magic in America. It’s all part of the promotion for the upcoming Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them movie, but it is also information that is in continuity, which makes the reading material super valuable for Harry Potter fans. Warner Bros. put together a video teaser for the online text, that is put together very well. You can read the tales at Pottermore.com.
While J.K. Rowling may not be writing any new Harry Potter books, she is fleshing out the magical world of Harry Potter – more specifically, she’s building up the world of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them ahead of the movie’s release.
So you have read the book, and now you are eager for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them to land in theaters. While you still have some time to go, at least you can satiate you desire by watching the first trailer, right now!
What do you do when you’re the premiere media/comics convention in Central Florida, like MegaCon? Well, what these folks did was launch a second con about six months after their big one in order to corner the market! And that’s just what happened on Saturday, November 21, and Sunday, November 22 – they launched MegaCon Fan Days! Held at the Orange County Convention Center in the Orlando, Florida, MegaCon Fan Days debuted this past weekend. People attending the convention were guessing that it was about a quarter to a seventh the size of the con held back in April of