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I have this signed Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire movie script that was signed by the entire main cast as well as J.K. Rowling that was given to me by the son of a theater owner,
who directed many plays with-now Broadway actors and actresses.
Signatures were obtained at the Leicester Square, London UK on the 11th of June, 2005.
The script with signatures includes a certificate of authenticity issued by all ALLSTART Memorabilia.
I have absolutely no idea what it is worth and what I would ask for it.
The Script looks to be in good condition and the signatures look great .
The COA shows considerable wear from age and possibly heat/sun exposure however it is still fully readable.
What I do know, is what the framing is worth.
It was professionally framed by The Framing Warehouse in Dallas, Texas and features UV protective Museum Glass.
The framing cost $211.xx
Any insight is greatly appreciated.
What are your favourite scenes in the Harry Potter films?
One of mine (as I have many) is the Mirror of Erised; probably one of the best scenes for me out of the whole series. There are a very few scenes where we get to see Harry’s parents and the emotions on Harry’s face, his longing for his parents. The way his mother Lily, looks at him, the way he stretches his hand to hold her, the way she smiles lovingly at him.
Small Moments in the Films You've Noticed
TL;DR: Are there any small moments you've noticed rewatching the films?
A lot of film teachers I've had, and other film students I've spoken to, whenever you rewatch a film you always notice something different. I had a film lecturer mention to their first year class at uni about a story I told her. I was rewatching Pan's Labyrinth for my coursework, and I noticed little motifs of the faun and the more adult themes that I hadn't noticed before. One of the students in her class said, 'I've already watched La La Land, so why do I have to watch it again?' It's just a moment that stuck with me, and even with the Harry Potter films, I've noticed small moments that I may have missed on first, or earlier viewing.
Let me take you back to my first year at college. We had to analyse a sequence from a film, and I chose The OWL scene from Order of the Phoenix. I repeatedly watched this scene, and even now I would definitely go back and rewrite the essay (which on a slight tangent, I found yesterday). But what I noticed is the dialogue between the twins, which is almost drowned out by the fireworks and the Fireworks score playing over it. One of the twins (I think it's Fred) says, before releasing the dragon,
Fred: Ready when you are.
It took me a good seven or eight listens to hear it, and it's so subtle but works so well with the scene. Like it's all pre-planned except the grand finale. But I love how it's just inserted, like amidst all the chaos, they are still the ones to pull it all off.
What are some moments you've seen from the films that maybe you didn't on your first few watches?
I'd love to know. I'll share another one mine on this thread soon.
The Harry Potter directors took the movies in different directions over the years capturing the magic of the books.
What film in the series do you believe was able to really capture the heart of the books, despite a restrictive run time?
Would you've sat through a 3+ hour film?