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Have you ever thought what it would be like if Harry Potter was recut in the style of Edgar Wrightís Scott Pilgrim vs. The World? Well, some creative YouTube-r mashed both films together in one crazy cool video.
It seems more than fair to suggest that standing on Platform 9 3/4 and waiting to board the Hogwarts Express is a daydream shared by Harry Potter fans around the world. Warner Bros. Studio Tour London is giving fans a taste of that reality in the form of a massive expansion to the set tour.
It sounds like something big is coming to Warner Bros. Studio Tour London. Both Pottermore and the Harry Potter movie Facebook pages have dropped some pretty big hints, including this one, which notes that "New secrets will be revealed," and some kind of announcement is coming later this month...
Imagine if Steven Spielberg had directed Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone? It could have happened, as Spielberg was offered the job, but he turned it down, deciding to take his career in "another direction."
Harry Potter fans are eagerly anticipating the opportunity to return to J.K. Rowling's magical world when Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them makes its way into theaters next year. There's been talk of the adaptation being three or more movies for quite some time now...
Emma Thompson had a not-so-subtle dig at the Harry Potter franchise during her acceptance speech at British Independent Film Awards on Sunday. In fact she outright apologised for starring in the films.
I donít think there is a Harry Potter fan out there who hasnít wished at one point or another that they could actually attend Hogwarts. Thanks to the LARP (live action role play) group Liveform and Rollespilsfabrikken, you can now do just that (sort of).
Harry Potter fans are eagerly awaiting any news about the upcoming Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them films that are in the works. The latest bit of news confirms that J.K. Rowling has completed the script for the movie.
It's not uncommon to hear about actors pulling pranks on one another on movie sets. But it's been years since the last Harry Potter film hit theaters and it sounds like stars Tom Felton and Rupert Grint still aren't ready to abandon the pastime.
On the heels of her rousing #HeForShe commentary, Emma Watson's BAFTA acceptance speech delivered an entirely different animal.
When a certain costume piece succinctly defines an actor's most iconic role, they might well shy away from it as they try to be seen for a wider range. Michael J. Fox might avoid red puffer vests, for example. Or Harrison Ford may never again wear an Indiana Jones-styled hat. But for Daniel Radcliffe, that means glasses. The Harry Potter star has instituted a bit of a ban on the prop that ties him too closely to his most iconic role.
Harry Potter has not only spawned an essential book series and groundbreaking film franchise, but also a whole new branch of fan-fueled tourism. The latest location to cash in on the fervor for The Boy Who Lived is The Georgian House, a London hotel that's looking to cater to all the Potterheads with wishes to spend a night in Diagon Alley.
Just days ahead of the theatrical release of Horns, Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe sat down with his fans to answer some questions about his life and work.
Who wouldn't want their own little piece of Hogwarts? It sounds like J.K. Rowling is giving herself just that, as the Harry Potter author is reportedly building a structure on her property that bears a striking resemblance to Hagrid's Hut - the movie version of the gamekeeper's home, anyway.
Wait, the Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them films might be more than a trilogy? That's the buzz coming out of Time Warner's Investors Day, as Warner Bros chairman and CEO Kevin Tsujihara gave some updates on their future plans. That includes the hugely anticipated Harry Potter spinoff films, based on J.K. Rowling's previously published Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.
While J.K. Rowling teases us with clues about the Harry Potter spinoff film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the Warner Bros. Studios Tour London has been preparing their own treat for Harry Potter fans, in the form of a Dark Arts exhibit as a permanent addition to the tour.
As J.K. Rowling likely knows, fans of the Harry Potter books are all about digging for clues and trying to figure out what's happening next. So when the author dropped a teasy clue on her Twitter, the internet went to work trying to figure out what it meant.
With over two years between now and the arrival of the anticipated Harry Potter spinoff trilogy Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, there's still plenty of time for updates on the project. How's the screenplay coming along? Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling is writing that herself, and from what she says, she's still "tweaking" it.
There's more cinematic adventure from the Harry Potter universe on the way, but with more than two years between now and the arrival of the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them adaptations, what's a Potter fan do to fill the time?
As the anticipated adaptation of Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them is based on a textbook, penned by the fictional Newt Scamander, Harry Potter fans only have a limited amount of information to go on as it relates to the plot of this feature trilogy.
Harry Potter fans -- especially those who are most likely to be sorted into Slytherin House -- will have one more reason to want to attend the Warner Brothers Studio Tour in London. It was announced this week that a new section will be unveiled this October, which will be completely devoted to the Dark Arts.
These days, David Yates is busy helming Warner Bros. anticipated Tarzan film, but he may be headed back to familiar territory as the director is reportedly in talks to helm the Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.
We are, sometimes, our own worst critics. That may just be the case for Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe, who was quoted recently as saying he hates his performance in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Despite the support he's received from J.K. Rowling over his portrayal of the boy wizard in eight Harry Potter films...
If you thought the Harry Potter buzz was starting to fizzle out, you'd be wrong. In fact, J.K. Rowling's beloved book series and the films that followed seem to be experiencing a resurgence of interest lately, likely due at least in part to the attention generated by the expansion of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Orlando...
Is Hogwarts really as safe as people say it is? And how hard was it really for Voldemort to dispose of Harry? These are a couple of the questions Mashable's Harry Potter in 2 Minutes "TL; DW" video poses as it summarizes the films in two minutes.