DanRadcliffe.co.uk and DanRadcliffe.com are giving fans a forum by which they can submit a question to be answered by Daniel Radcliffe. Questions must be submitted by midnight November 26th; you can visit either site for more details. The top 100 questions will be given to Dan, who will answer them in time for the holidays.
On top of a day full of SO much excellent news - the start of the Second Annual Get A Clue Campaign and the release of the first Prisoner of Azkaban Trailer (which, don't forget, hits theaters with Loony Tunes!) - we are very proud and happy to announce that this October, TLC took partContinued...
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Thanks to G.V.Linares for pointing us in the right direction and the folks at Potterish.com for telling him.
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MSNBC.com has an article on the trailer, which mentions both The Leaky Cauldron and our fabulous editor-in-chief, B.K. DeLong.
We have received reports from a reliable source that the trailer will indeed be available on HarryPotter.com starting at 6:30pm PT/9:30pm ET/2:30am GMT tonight. Concurrently, one of our editors in NY saw a commerical that says tonight's Extra TV entertainment program (a Warner Bros. subsidiary)Continued...
The Daily Yomiuri has an interesting article about artist Drew Struzan who has painted movie posters for the Star Wars series, the Indiana Jones series, E.T. as well as both Harry Potter movies (though I bet he did the posters for PoA as well).
It has been confirmed through TV listings and the Simpsons Archive that "The Regina Monologues" will be airing on Fox at 8pm ET on Sunday, November 23, 2003. Set your VCRs & DVRs and see the Simpsons meet J.K. Rowling in London!
Warner Bros. Pictures announced that they will be sending the satellite feed containing the Harry Potter trailer in two feeds through London and Europe starting at 9:30pm EST/2:30am GMT today.
Those of you with AOL accounts should also keep an eye out as with the last two films, theyContinued...
According to an article due out in Forbes Magazine's November issue titled "Holding Up Hollywood; Special-effects makers love the 'free' Linux operating system", special effects for the Harry Potter movies are created using the Open Source OS:
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ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live will feature guest Alan Rickman on November 12th. Please see the site for times.
The new Peter Pan trailer features plenty of Jason Isaacs' chilling wickedness as Captain Hook. Thanks for the link, Laurie.
Several TLC readers have reported to us that ex-soap actress Michelle Ang has auditioned for the part of Cho Chang in Goblet of Fire.
We suggest that you take this with a grain of salt, as you have with previous rumors - Ang is five years older than Daniel Radcliffe, which, while possible, seems like a bit of a stretchContinued...
We've got some hi-res versions of the pics that have appeared this week from the movie - enjoy! Check out the gorgeous background in the Snape-Trio pic, and the first real clear shot of Lupin's face in the Gambon pic. I left the one of the dementor-hand ridiculously huge so that you can see all the gory detail. Yuck.
Having taken a snippet from a Telegraph article, Contact Music has a short article with Emma Thompson discussing Trelawney. The scene she seemingly describes as part of PoA is pretty much something that happens in Order of the Phoenix:
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It's Chris Rankin's (Percy Weasley's) 20th birthday, and we wish him a great one! Thanks, Alex!