Don’t make the same mistake I did: Miss Potter is not a biography of J.K. Rowling or a fan-fic story about the future wife of Harry Potter. In fact, it has nothing to do with the boy wizard. Didn’t I look silly as I was being escorted out of the movie theatre for wearing my Hogwarts uniform? Thankfully I can still see Miss Potter, which is heading for DVD on June 19th.

Starring Renée Zellweger in another British role, Miss Potter is actually about Beatrix Potter, the author behind Peter Rabbit, the Flopsy Bunnies, and other children’s stories. The movie depicts the author’s growing relationship with her publisher, played by Ewan McGregor, and the scandal that surrounded their love.

As with all good biopics, the DVD is giving a little bit of time to the factual story being told by the movie, as well as some “making of” material:

DVD SPECIAL FEATURES
  • Feature Commentary with Director Chris Noonan
  • The Making Of A Real Life Fairy Tale
  • The Life and Times of Beatrix Potter


  • Take a look at the artwork for Miss Potter below and check out the movie on DVD on June 19th. Of course, in the privacy of your own home, you can feel free to still wear your Hogwart’s uniform if you like.

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