DanRadcliffe.co.uk has a letter posted that the site received from Daniel Radcliffe's father, Alan. The update page (scroll down to October 27th) has the photo of Daniel included with the letter.
DanRadcliffe.com also received a letter from Mr. Radcliffe, and the photograph of Daniel (scroll through their updates to view andContinued...
Chris Rankin will be in the BBC Norfolk offices on Thursday (tomorrow!) between 5:30 and 7 p.m. GMT for a live web chat. Check out more info, including how to take part, here!
Elizabeth wrote in to tell us that a German Magazine has some new POA pics, mixed in with some old.
Check out the trailer for Love, Actually, starring HP3 cast members Emma Thompson and Alan Rickman. Thanks Peter!
As reported here in July, it's been reported to us and others by Nikki, who works for a movie chain, that the HP3 trailer will still show on November 14 attached to Loony Tunes.
Kevin from HP4U.CO.UK wrote to tell us of a recent set report they have up - scroll down to find the October 16th entry. Thanks, Kevin!
Martin Bayfield discusses rugby, his future career and playing Hagrid (he's Robbie Coltrane's body double) in the Harry Potter films.
Digicasey has what appears to be call sheets from the PoA film set back in February. The bottom of the call sheet, under "Costume Fittings- Weasley Cairo Portrait", lists Alex Crockford as Charlie Weasley.
CBBC has a brief piece on the confirmation of Daniel Radcliffe being in the GoF film. It also discusses the return of Matthew Lewis.
Editor's Commentary: Maybe I'm a little behind, but this is the most recent picture I've seen of Matthew Lewis! When did Neville grow up? :)
HPANA has some new photos from the PoA set.
Thanks for the tip, Ella!
Check out their brief interview with Dan.
The Times of Malta has an article on 13 year old Sarah Harrison, who has won a part as an extra in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
The BBC has an interview with Harry Potter actor Chris Rankin, as well as a notice that he'll be participating in a webchat Thursday, October 30th.
Thanks, Martin, for the link!
Much thanks to Erin who wrote to let us know that DanRadcliffe.co.uk, an excellent fan site, has posted three new pics of PoA. Here you go:
The Daily Record reports that J.K. Rowling will offer the opportunity to buy at auction two parts in the upcoming film version of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire at the £175-a-head High Society Gala Dinner at the Royal Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh next month. The dinner and auction are to benefit Multiple SclerosisContinued...