Leaky News Archives for March 2004
Reader pol has sent us an unmarked version of the new Prisoner of Azkaban poster. Enjoy!
The new Prisoner of Azkaban poster art is the same art I was referring to in TLC's preview of the new official Harry Potter web site. This basic image will appear on the main page of the new design. More info soon!
We've got a bit of sad news, as reported to us by ExpresoHogwarts.com: Among the destruction following the 3/11 bombings in Madrid were parts of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, presumably left by riders of the trains who were injured in the attacks.
Asked to describe the scene in anContinued...
Jim Mullen of Entertainment Weekly has once again included HP in his weekly Hotsheet:
"HARRY POTTER Author J.K. Rowling said, "never say never" when asked if there'd be an eigth wizard book. Knowing her, she has the first 6,000 pages already written."
Just as a reminder: There still isn't an eighthContinued...
The folks at Harry Potter XPerts have received an email from the Cineplex Odeon in Leicester Square announcing that it will proudly host the Prisoner of Azkaban Premiere on, as reported here a few days ago, May 30.
Just as a refresher, the New York premiere will be May 23Continued...
Two new movie posters for Prisoner of Azkaban are out. The Snitch.co.uk has one posted that is from the April issue of Nickelodeon Magazine. Also, LatinoReview.com has posted pictures of a poster that is hanging in the Warner Brothers lot in Los Angeles.
Thanks to everyone who sent these in!
In a recent interview with Mike Newell in DVDFile.com, Goblet of Fire director Mike Newell talks about his upcoming Potter project:
What's coming up in the future?
I'm making Harry Potter 4. It's not going to be finished for another 20 months, so I can't reallyContinued...
Hot Topic has more HP shirts, this time one recalling a certain familiar train station, and another of a certain green house. The store's entire collection is here. Thanks to Mugglenet and TLC reader Nathan for the tip!
We would like to take a moment to send our deepest condolences to our readers from Spain, whom we hope against hope were not injured in yesterday's horrible terrorist attack in Madrid. Our thoughts and prayers, and hopes for peace, are with everyone who suffers there, and with everyoneContinued...
Editor's Note: Ah, takes me back to June 21, 2003...
Today, J.K. Rowling attended a luncheon at Buckingham Palace, hosted by the Queen of England.
In a feature about the changing landscape of books and bestsellers, USA Today says that J.K. Rowling " is the decade's most successful author, landing five of the top six spots on the list of the 100 best-selling books of the past 10 years."
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is a nominee for the Book of the Year in the 2003 British Book Awards. Awards will be presented in April.