From This is London, a rare interview with Dame Maggie Smith, in which she comments on her career, her personal life, and her role in Harry Potter.
Newsround squashes some rumors, as per usual! Tilda Swinton will not be in the movie, though sources say she was approached, and as has been said, it's far too early to cast GoF, as they have to have a script and a director first!
According to an intrepid reader, a review of OotP appeared in the Italian newspaper "Notizie dell'alto mondo" this week and included a picture of actors Tilda Swinton, Gary Oldman and David Thewlis with the caption "Here's Trelawney,Sirius and Lupin."
This should be treated simply as rumor althoughContinued...
Thanks Valerie for alerting us that the official site for the Peter Pan the movie starring Jason Isaacs as Mr. Darling and Captain Hook is now open and has some great pics, including this one!
According to faithful reader G.V.Linares, the first trailer for Prisoner of Azkaban will be released with Matrix Revolutions November 5th. We're working to verify this.
Similar to the efforts of Jason Issacs' fans earlier this year, the regulars at DanRadcliffe.com have organized a fundraiser in support of the National Autistic Society of Britain. It's a good cause, and a good occasion - and for UK taxpayers, any donation will be increased by almost a third at no costContinued...
According to Reuters, Warner Bros. will release Goblet of Fire in November 2005 and Order of the Phoenix 18 months later.
Thanks again to Mugglenet for the tipoff; DigiCasey.com has posted pics from PoA.
Ah, CBBC to the rescue. Daniel's quitting rumors are rubbish.
That's what that Daily Mail says today:
HARRY Potter star Daniel Radcliffe has revealed he will never again play the schoolboy wizard.
The 13-year-old actor said he wants to concentrate on his GCSE studies.
Daniel's decision means he will not be involved with the fourth film of the series.
He is currentlyContinued...
Highland News has a great update on the filming of Azkaban including information on Buckbeak.
According to the CBBC, famed teen singer Charlotte Church said she almost got the part of Hermione in the Harry Potter movies but it was decided she was too old.
HP movie actress Fiona Shaw (Petunia Dursley) did not win the Tony Award this evening; she was nominated for playing the title role in Medea, but Vanessa Redgrave was awarded for her turn in Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey Into Night. Having seen both performances, I think it's worthwhileContinued...