Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets was named British Academy Children's Film and Television Awards most popular film.
Thanks to Marilyn and Ian for the link!
A little late, but here they are (sorry, we had to have Thanksgiving too!) - much thanks to HP4U.co.uk for getting these, and all the readers who wrote to tell us!
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Thanks to the many readers who sent this in - a little blurb about the trailer in Entertainment Weekly with a sharp jab at Columbus held within:
"...The slow-cut, revelatory feel - aided by a Tim Burton-ish children's chorus - enchants. G'bye, Columbus, y tu pratfalls también!Continued...
HarryPotter.com has been updated with an all-new Quidditchy look! Thanks Emily, for pointing it out!
Click here, at last, to read up on TLC's visit with Jamie Waylett, otherwise known as Vincent Crabbe, who talks about life as a young actor, the actors/directors/producers of HP, school, friends, bums (yes, bums), outtakes, intake, overcoming insurmountable odds - and too much else to list.Continued...
Hey all, we've got a great report in about last night's PoA Wrap Party! Check it out:
It was a very cold and very very wet night, but a good time was had by all despite the weather!
Hundreds of cast, crew and their families attended a fantastic fireworks display set to music (including "Something wicked this way comes),Continued...
Thanks Amy, for sending us this picture of Dan, Stan and the Knight Bus in a larger quality than we've ever seen!
Hermione threatens Draco in higher resolution than we've yet seen - big thanks to Jonathan for sending this in!
Page from DanRadcliffe.co.uk generously sent us this new high-quality image of Dan in the final scenes of PoA. Thanks so much Page!
Handbag.com has an interview with Alan Rickman, in which he discusses acting, his career, and Harry Potter:
The part of Snape seemed so perfect for you... there was something about it which made it look like you were stretched and yet sort of confined at the same time. Did you feel that?
Good way of putting it, actually.Continued...
Thanks to everyone who sent us links to hi-res versions of three PoA pictures, which can be seen on Mugglenet.
Remember a few weeks ago when we said to take the rumor that actress Michelle Ang was being considered for the part of Cho Chang with a grain of salt? Michelle Ang has confirmed that it's not true.
Thanks to A Chen for the link.
Mugglenet was kind enough to put up some screencaps from Charles II, including stills of Christian Coulson, Sean Biggerstaff and Shirley Henderson (aka Moaning Myrtle) who, in Charles II, has Very Wild Hair.
Thanks to Molliee for letting us know that the new docudrama on BBC1 about Charles II features at least two HP actors in supporting roles. Sean Biggerstaff was in the episode that ran last night, and Christian Coulson is expected to be onscreen later in the series as James, Duke of Monmouth.
Actress Jenny Tarren has on her website an account of her experience playing the Knockturn Alley witch in Chamber of Secrets.
Thanks to Bill for pointing out the link!