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 Friday, 27th

   First scene from "Cinderella" released0 Comments

The first clip from Sir Kenneth Branagh’s Cinderella has been released.


Posted By: StefanPosted At: 13:17.00 GMT | Submit News

 Thursday, 26th

   Win a chance to see the new Hogwarts Express!0 Comments

Would you like to see the Olton Hall steam train used in the Harry Potter movies?

If so, then enter the new Warner Bros. competition, since this will be the new attraction at the Studio Tour!

Entrants must be based in the UK and the competition is open until March 6th.

To find out more information, click here.


Posted By: StefanPosted At: 13:14.00 GMT | Submit News

 Tuesday, 24th

   Henderson releases blue print images0 Comments

Nicholas Henderson, Harry Potter art director and set director, has released blue prints for both the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows movies and Diagon Alley from the Wizarding World of Harry Potter theme parks.

The blue prints have been placed onto his Word Press account.

See all of the blue prints in our gallery by clicking here and here.


Posted By: StefanPosted At: 19:49.57 GMT | Submit News

 Friday, 20th

   Rowling donates £5000 to charity0 Comments

Get Reading is reporting that J K Rowling has donated £5,000 to the Wooden Spoon children’s rugby charity.

The Rugby team were asking for money and in return were growing their beards, with one member of the team Geoff looking like Hagrid!

Accio Quote:
I have been tempted in recent weeks to keep growing my beard but after a year’s growth and an increasing amount of pressure from my wife I have decided to shave off my now infamous beard in the name of charity.

However before I go any where near the clippers we need to raise £10,000.


Posted By: StefanPosted At: 19:29.00 GMT | Submit News

 Thursday, 19th

   Felton on moving into directing0 Comments

JustJared is reporting that Tom Felton is moving into the realm of directing.

The 27-year-old is working on a one-hour documentary for the BBC.

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Just Jared: Could you tell us a about the super fan documentary you’re working on?

Tom Felton: It’s an hour-long one-off that we’re doing with BBC and KR Films. It’s just kind of a chance for me to have a more in depth look at the world of super fans and these people that have followed franchises–kind of at the root of why Harry Potter was so successful. It had such an active fan base. It’s allowed people to be passionate about stuff that maybe they couldn’t be so open with in previous years. It’s kind of a look into that, it’s a road trip journey with me narrating.

JJ: What was your most memorable interview that you conducted?

TF: We’re still editing, but there’s a costume element. This idea that getting into costume (Terminator, comic book characters) and thousands of people that come into convention centers are freed. So I had my little experience with that, which was a bit awkward but fun. We had a guy in Pittsburgh, who’s like the world’s biggest Harry Potter fan, he was head to toe in Potter paraphernalia as I answered the door, which was a bit of an experience.


Posted By: StefanPosted At: 11:20.31 GMT | Submit News

 Wednesday, 18th

   Rowling sends letter to bullied fan0 Comments

BuzzFeed is reporting that J K Rowling sent a fan a letter through the post.

The letter came after the pair spoke over Twitter and met during a signing of The Silkworm.

The letter reads:

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Dear Johnny,

You have fantastic handwriting. That’s not the most important thing I’ve got to say to you, but I thought I’d mention it — I’m a connoisseur.

On to more important things:

What you say about Harry helping you at what was clearly a dreadful time in your life means more to me than I can easily express. I freely confess that I loathe bullying and the way it is still so often “handled” in schools. Your experience is shocking and disturbing and that you have turned out to be a compassionate, moral, highly motivated person is high testimony to your courage. Gryffindor for you, my lad…

Thank you so much for the stunningly beautiful notebook. I love it.

This letter seems to be a series of non-sequiturs, but why break the pattern: I have family roots in Ayrshire — Arran, to be precise. And I’ve never been there. Embarrassing, isn’t it? Don’t tell the Nationalists.

I’m sure we’ll see each other again. In the meantime, I’ll watch out for you on Twitter.

Love from Jo


Posted By: StefanPosted At: 11:15.00 GMT | Submit News

 Tuesday, 17th

   Just Jim Dale0 Comments

Just Jim Dale is heading to London! The show will run from May 26 to June 20 at the Vaudeville Theatre.

Accio Quote:
Jim Dale is one of the world’s great stage entertainers: singer, dancer, comedian, Shakespearean actor, raconteur. In Just Jim Dale, Jim takes audiences on a journey through an unequalled career in the theatre with a myriad of irresistible showbiz tales, songs and performances – a career extending from performing as the youngest professional comedian on the British Music Hall stage to joining the National Theatre at the request of Sir Laurence Olivier, starring in 11 Carry On films, his Broadway triumphs in Scapino, Barnum and Me and My Girl, and then his uproarious experiences narrating all seven Harry Potter audiobooks for the US market.

To book tickets and to find out more information, click here.


Posted By: StefanPosted At: 11:18.00 GMT | Submit News

   Lewis wants a Longbottom movie spin-off0 Comments

In a new interview with The Radio Times, Matthew Lewis states that he would love the chance to become Neville Longbottom again:

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If it came to it that I was offered that sort of deal – I want to say I’d consider it – but I’d probably jump at the chance, absolutely! I’m not itching just yet, but I’d absolutely, definitely consider it and love to be considered for it.

He also has let his fans know about the new BBC Three trailer for his show, Bluestone


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