A new video has surfaced online showing very brief, yet new footage of
Harry (Dan Radcliffe) and Dudley (Harry Melling) and his gang as seen
in the upcoming Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. In this video,
you can see a news report on the Spanish actor Axel Amigo as he does
his voice work for the dubbing of OotP. In the background, you can very
briefly see Harry sitting on the swings, then later footage of Big D
and his buddies.
There has been a video making the rounds of late from a French
television newscast purporting to show Harry Potter and the Deathly
Hallows supposedly being printed in Germany, moreover this was taking
place in the dark. Readers will remember this stems from the earlier report from the Mirror
claiming that the last Harry Potter books are being printed by workers
"forced to work in total DARKNESS." Thanks much to Bloomsbury, we now
know this ridiculous claim is FALSE as the books are not being printed
in the dark.
As to the footage of the book itself, as Pruneau from Gazette-du Sorcier.com
let us know, cameras are not allowed in the factory, and the footage
shown we can now confirm is NOT of Deathly Hallows, nor from any
printer being used this time. It is very likely file footage of book
printing, and the close up of the text they show is from "Order of the
Phoenix." If you would like to watch this news report, with English
subtitles, click here.
A judge in Gwinett County, Georgia ruled on Tuesday
that the Potter books can stay in school libraries. This, after local
concerned parent Laura Mallory tried once again to have them banned
from schools and libraries. After all of these attempts in court,
Mallory has finally admitted she may "need a whole new case from the
JKR to Appear on "Blue Peter" Show; Contest to Win Tickets to Taping
The BBC children's program Blue Peter has announced a new contest
that will give one lucky kid the opportunity to meet Jo in their
studio. To enter, you must be 14 years or younger, submit a question
you'd like to ask Jo, and enter a picture of yourself dressed as a
witch or wizard.
As we had said earlier that the fifth Harry Potter movies, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix will be 138 minutes long. Now Warner Bros. has confirmed that the movies will be 138 minutes, but without the credits. With the credits the movies will be 150 minutes(2 hours and 30 minutes).
Japanese fans can win a chance to meet Dan at world premiere of 'OotP'
With the world premiere of the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix movie scheduled to take place in Tokyo, Japan on June 28 a magazine is offering two fans the chance to have a face-to-face meeting with Dan Radcliffe while he is there.
Fans just need to send in a postcard (which is available in the magazine) and write in their own words why they should meet Dan. Contest is only open to Japanese fans.
Also, thanks to Page for also letting us know that you can seen new pictures of Dan from different magazines from around the world here, here and here.
It's time for question number four from Scholastic, as part of the "There Will Soon be 7" countdown campaign to the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. This week, shipping is on their minds of sorts as the new question is "Who Winds Up with Whom?" At this link, you can vote for one of the following:
Harry and Ginny Ron and Hermione Harry and Hermione Lupin and Tonks
You can also print out a bookmark of this, here, as well as print a new poster featuring the Goblet of Fire cover, here
We also have updated are poll.
Categories: HPearth, Books, Book 4, Book 7, Scholastic
Here are 15 new scans from the Italian Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Italian sticker book. They give us
new looks at Tonks, Shacklebolt, Moody, Bellatrix, Professor Trelawney,
Harry & Sirius, a fair amount of Umbridge, young Snape and more!
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