Ain't It Cool News has an interesting interview with Nearly Headless Nick, a.k.a. John Cleese. There is quite a bit about Monty Python, but Harry Potter does come up.
Thanks to everyone who brought this to our attention!
Once again, iharrypotter.net has a report from the set of PoA.
The Chamber of Secrets DVD has won two 6th Annual DVD Entertainment Awards. CoS took home Viewer's Choice and Best Standard Release.
The Scotsman interviews Shirley Henderson, who plays Moaning Myrtle in the Harry Potter movies.
A new set report from iharrypotter.net!
A recent article in the magazine, Xposé Special #23, listed the Top 25 Fantasy Faces of 2003. Radcliffe, Watson and Rickman all made the list!
Editor's Note: I couldn't link to the exact article, however, you can view the cover and purchase the magazine here.
The Sunday Herald takes a look at the tourism industry in Scotland and the effect, or lack thereof, the filming of the Harry Potter movies has had on it.
Mrs. Weasley took second place in recent poll conducted by Blockbuster video. The movie portrayal of Mrs. Weasley by Julie Walters came in second to Julie Robert's Oscar-winning role as Erin Brockovich.
Thanks for the tip, Jenny!
iharrypotter.net has yet another set report from the filming of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
iharrypotter.net has a new report from the set of PoA.
Thanks for the tip, Richard!
From CBBC Newround:
Many people reckoned the hefty 636-page book would be split into two films, so Potter fans wouldn't be disappointed by losing their favourite scenes. But sources say Steve Kloves, who adapted the first three books, has been asked to make a single two-and-a-half-hour film.
From This Is York:
The famous Harry Potter Hogwart's Express train left a trail of fire behind it as it steamed along the York to Scarborough line.
North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service said a faulty cinder box had meant red hot cinders were spilling out on to the bone dry trackside.
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According to a report by the Hollywood Reporter, Warner Brothers took the #1 spot in DVD sales for January-June 2003 all because of a certain boy wizard.
Thanks to the many readers who pointed out the end-of-page paragraph that was slipped into the Newell appointment announcement, and which holds quite a bit of important information:
Afraid of alienating die-hard Muggles by cutting scenes, the studio and scribe initially had talked about breaking the book into twoContinued...