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  1. As if by magic your LUMOS LED Book lamp will provide you with light in a most original way! A unique design that works well as a show case and will be a hit with Harry Potter's fans! The book lamp can be displayed in a variety of ways. The bedside light which is a replica of Tom Marvelo Riddle's diary, contains pages just like a book and when flicked open, instantly illuminates with a gentle LED glow for a subtle amount of light - the perfect amount to help find your way to the loo in the night or when you're reaching for your glass of water. A beautiful PU book cover with gold foil print which when opened becomes a tasteful LED lamp. It is a fully portable and rechargeable product with a magnet housed in the front and back cover, so you can attach the lamp to metal surfaces. The Dupont Tyvek pages are durable, water resistant, environmentally friendly and 100% recyclable. Argos are currently selling this for £30. You can purchase the lamp here. https://www.argos.co.uk/product/9225817
  2. More magic awaits… We’re thrilled to announce that Wizarding World Gold, our spellbinding new 12-month subscription, is available to pre-order from today. From eBooks to exclusive series, priority ticketing to collectible pins – here’s a guide to the glittering goodies that come with your subscription. Are there any Nifflers around? Keep your eyes peeled for them, because we’re about to talk about Gold. Launching this autumn, Wizarding World Gold is an annual paid subscription that promises to serve up all manner of Wizarding World treats. Currently on offer to UK and US-based fans (with more countries to follow in the coming months), it’s available to pre-order now and will enhance your free membership of the Official Harry Potter Fan Club. Here are just some of the things on offer… A magical welcome gift Subscribers will receive a magical welcome gift, including a postcard-sized print of J.K. Rowling’s sketch of Hogwarts, an exclusive collectible pin and a personalised, interactive journal we’re calling Keys and Curios. Curious about Keys and Curios? Read on… This beautiful journal will arrive personalised with your name, Hogwarts house and more. And Keys and Curios knows more about you than just your house – flip through its pages to find personalised surprises and, as the title may suggest, discover Enchanted Keys that you can scan with your Wizarding World app to unlock hidden secrets. Each month will offer up something new, display gorgeous themed artwork from across the Wizarding World and propose regular activities for you to scribble in. (And it absolutely won’t be mistaken for Tom Riddle’s diary!) Did we mention? The Keys and Curios cover is specially designed by the graphic design team behind the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beastsfilms, MinaLima. Those that take advantage of the pre-order window can be among the first to receive this amazing journal. We really hope you like it. And even more magic As well as your welcome gift, a 12-month Wizarding World Gold subscription will also give you*: • Wizarding World Originals – Our new exclusive video series, set to unravel the mysteries and uncover the secrets from all corners of the Wizarding World. • All 7 eBooks of the original Harry Potter stories– Take the magic of J.K. Rowling’s stories wherever you go with these 7 eBooks, available on the Wizarding World app for the duration of your subscription. • Collectible pin badges – You’ll receive the first pin badge in your welcome gift. But there are more to collect! • Special events – Access Gold subscriber events throughout the year, such as the Wizarding World Gold Christmas Party in the Great Hall at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London later this year. • Exclusive discounts – Enjoy discounts from the Wizarding World.com shop, Platform 9¾ store in London’s King’s Cross Station, and Warner Bros. Studio Tour stores in both London and Hollywood, as well as discounts on The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™ Exclusive Vacation Package at Universal Orlando Resort. • Priority booking – Priority access to tickets for the most popular Wizarding World events and locations, including Harry Potter and the Cursed Child shows in London, New York and San Francisco as well as Warner Bros. Studio Tour London. • Early access – Unlock early access to limited-edition Wizarding World Gold merchandise ranges and curious collectibles - before they go on general release. • Plus, plenty of perks – including new quizzes and puzzles, chances to win once in-a-lifetime experiences and much, much more! Enjoy all this for just $74.99 (US) and £59.99 (UK). *Certain Gold benefits are subject to availability and change from time to time. Some exclusions and other conditions may apply. Any extra questions on Wizarding World Gold? Click here to learn more. And watch out for peeping Nifflers! News Source: https://www.wizardingworld.com/about-gold Edit; Disclaimer TheWizardingWorld.co.uk website are in no way affiliated with or endorsed by J.K. ROWLING WIZARDING WORLD which is a trademark of J.K. Rowling and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc or any of it's worldwide subsidiaries or associates. Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts characters, names and related indicia are trademarks of and Warner Bros. Ent. All Rights Reserved. We thought it may be useful for people to know about 'WizardingWorld' and their 'Gold' subscription and it's T&C's. Section 16 covers cancellations only. FOR THE FULL SET PLEASE SEE THIS LINK! (UK ONLY) https://www.wizardingworld.com/terms/gold-purchase-terms-uk 16 Your cancellation and termination rights Cancelling or terminating Gold benefit(s) bought via a third party Where relevant, if you bought any Gold benefit(s) from or via a third party (such as an authorized app store, retailer or merchandiser) and wish to cancel that order, you may need to do so through such third party, such as by visiting your account with the relevant third party and, where you have a right to cancel under the third party’s terms or by law, cancelling through that third party. Where, however, you have made any Gold-related purchase from us direct, the remaining provisions of this section 16 apply. Cancelling Gold within the first 14 days You may cancel an order (or, where relevant, a pre-order) for purchase of a Gold subscription within 14 days from our acceptance of your order (or, where relevant, pre-order) for it. We will then refund any related payment received from you, using the same payment method that you used to buy your subscription. You will not be entitled to receive a refund of your initial payment if you cancel after the end of that 14-day period. If you do decide to cancel within that 14-day period, you can send an email to help@wizardingworld.com from your registered email address or use our online contact form, informing us that you would like to cancel or including a completed version of the following form: To: Customer Service, Wizarding World Digital LLC I am writing to give you notice that I am cancelling my Gold order Ordered on: [insert your subscription order date] Your full name: Your postal address: Your email address: Date: Reason for cancelling (optional): If you cancel within that 14-day period, your access to Gold benefits will stop at once and you will lose all ongoing Gold subscription benefits with effect from the date of cancellation. Terminating Gold after the initial 14-day period After that initial 14-day period, you can, at any time before the final month of the initial subscription period, give us notice of your wish to terminate your subscription with effect from the end of the initial subscription period. To do so, please send us an email to that effect at help@wizardingworld.com or using our online contact form. Please note that, for a gift of Gold for a single subscription period, there is no need to send such a notice, as the period will expire at the end of the initial period (unless a further period is purchased separately).
  3. I was Tweeted at today and asked; ' who are Hogwarts’ English and maths teachers? As far as I can tell, they never get taught the basics, so where do they learn them?' This made me wonder if children who attend or graduate from Hogwarts have an education that can be used in the Muggle world? Do students learn English and Maths? As Tweeted here: With some research we can see that Arithmancy is taught but that's the study of the magical properties of numbers, not maths. How do younger wizards and witches get educated in basic skills like reading and writing? We see very little of this in the books, although obviously the kids entering Hogwarts have been trained in some of these basic skills or they wouldn’t be able to handle the classes the face at Hogwarts. Given the very medieval nature of the wizarding world, I suggest that most kids are trained either by their parents in basic reading, writing, and math, or are trained in small one-room schools with a relatively few children and one teacher. This training would cover the basics and enough pre-magic theory to produce kids who can function in wizarding society. Currently taught at Hogwarts Herbology = Botany/Gardening Care of Magical Creatures = Zoology/Veterinary Science Arithmancy = Arithmetic/Mathematics Potions = Chemistry/Cookery/Pharmacology Astronomy = (Astro)physics/Mathematics/Geography (of the Heavens) Charms = Latin/Drama/Kinetics DADA = Physical Education/Chemistry/Physics Divination = Mathematics/Psychology/Philosophy/Lunacy Ancient Runes = History/Logic/Mathematics/Linguistics Transfiguration = Physics/Biology (bioenergetics)/Physical Education History of Magic = History/Tolerance (of boredom) Flying = Physical Education/Driving Lessons Muggle Studies = History/Sociology/Technology etc. I'm very interested if anyone does know or has their own ideas on the matter. We'd love to hear your comments.
  4. Sainsbury's Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Illustrated Edition - £15.99 - Instore Picture the magic – award-winning illustrator Jim Kay brings his wonderful creative powers to this stunning reimagined edition of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. This new fully illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire brings more breathtaking scenes and unforgettable characters to life – including Cedric Diggory, Fleur Delacour and Mad Eye Moody. With paint, pencil and pixels, Kay conjures the wizarding world as we have never seen it before. Fizzing with magic and brimming with humour, this full-colour edition will captivate fans and new readers alike as Harry, now in his fourth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, finds himself competing in the legendary Triwizard Tournament and facing death-defying tasks, dragons and Dark wizards ... With the original text – complete and unabridged – this gorgeous edition features foiled jacket, head and tail bands, a ribbon marker and illustrated endpapers. Remember this is an instore price and a great saving on the RRP! If you don't have a Sainsbury's near you, you can still pick up a copy from Amazon. Click to buy from Amazon!
  5. LEGO 75964 Harry Potter Advent Calendar 2019 with 7 Minifigures - Now: £19.19 - Amazon UK Clebrate Chris as in the Wizarding World with the magical LEGO Harry Potter 75964 Advent Calendar for 2019. Behind each of the 24 doors is a different LEGO Harry Potter toy or figure. As the big day gets closer, kids can recreate happy Hogwarts holiday scenes with favourite characters—including Harry Potter, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, plus Micro Hogwarts Express Train and Hedwig the Owl Figure— and conjure up magical play through Chris as and beyond! The 24 Harry Potter gifts found within this special holiday calendar can be built together with all other original LEGO sets and LEGO bricks for creative building. Daily Harry Potter surprises Each door reveals a Harry Potter gift for kids and fans to play with and recreate happy festive scenes from the films. Contains 305 pieces. Buy Now From Amazon
  6. LEGO 75956 Harry Potter Quidditch Match Building Set, Gryffindor Slytherin Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff Towers - Limited Time Deal: £27.19 - Amazon UK Play the most exhilarating wizarding sport with this 75956 Quidditch Match LEGO Harry Potter play set. Join Harry, Hermione and Professor Snape at the games, featuring Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff house towers with viewing stands and play feature functions, plus a base with Bludger stud shooter and 3 goalposts with a moving Keeper function to guard the rings. The set features Gryffindor house tower with an opening hatch, Slytherin house tower with a pop-up fire spell function, Ravenclaw house tower with a removable megaphone element, Hufflepuff house tower with scoreboard and a base with 3 goalposts and rings, moving Keeper function and Bludger stud shooter. Use the broom's mounted shooting function to shoot the Quaffle through the rings and recreate the famous Quidditch games from the blockbuster Harry Potter movies, or make up your own fun challenges with this fun-packed LEGO Harry Potter toy. Accessory elements include a chest, 2 wands, 4 brooms, Quaffle, Golden Snitch, bat, 2 Bludgers, trophy, megaphone and scoreboard. Contains 500 pieces. Each tower measures over 7 Inch (18 cm) high, 1 Inch (4 cm) wide and 1 Inch (4 cm) deep. Click to buy from AmazonUK
  7. Recreate the magic of the Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban movie. This LEGO Harry Potter 75947 Hagrid’s Hut: Buckbeak’s Rescue playset gives young witches and wizards aged 8 and over endless opportunities for imaginative role-play. They can explore the interior of Hagrid’s woodland hut, hide behind Hagrid’s pumpkin patch when the minister of magic arrives with the executioner, then rescue Buckbeak the hippogriff. The magical adventures never end with this cool toy for kids, which includes six minifigures, a Buckbeak figure with moveable wings and a host of accessories and features including a switch-operated light brick for the fireplace. Hagrid’s hut measures over 6 Inch (16 cm) high, 9 Inch (23 cm) wide and 4 Inch (12 cm) deep. Buckbeak (wings open) measures over 1 Inch (5 cm) high, 2 Inch (7 cm) long and 4 Inch (12 cm) wide. Contains 496 pieces. On two-section buildable woodland build Hagrid's two-room hut, then save the Hippogriff from the executioner and the minister of magic Includes six LEGO minifigures: Hagrid and (for-June-2019) Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, Executioner and the minister of magic The buildable Buckbeak the hippogriff figure has moveable wings and head, restrained by a removable chain and is 1 Inch (5 cm) high Hagrid´s Hut's main and desk rooms includes a host of accessories, furniture and a switch-operated light brick for the fireplace Also includes pumpkins, lantern, axe, three wands, egg in a bowl, Hagrid's pink umbrella, a spider, meat cleaver, lasso, broom, a bucket and many more Click To Buy Now
  8. Give your young witch or wizard the ride of their life aboard the Harry Potter LEGO Knight Bus. When kids catch the purple triple-decker bus, they know they are in for a wild ride back to Hogwarts. With a hinged side panel for easy access to the interior and a removable roof to reveal the upper deck, this magical bus is bursting with play potential. Once Harry’s trunk has been loaded, itis time to hold tight. As the knight bus races away, swerving around corners and bouncing over bumps, kids will love how the bed slides back and forth and the chandelier swings from the ceiling. The knight bus toy playset comes with three minifigures and plenty of fun accessories to transport wizards, witches and Muggles alike to a world of imaginative play. The knight bus measures over 6 Inch (16 cm) high, 6 Inch (16 cm) long and 2 Inch (6 cm) wide. Contains 403 pieces. Build the three-level LEGO night Bus toy with hinged opening side panel, removable roof and a movable sliding bed and swinging chandelier Includes the cheeky shrunken head and Harry Potter's chest containing a wand, letter, chocolate bar and a potion bottle Stan shunpike is issuing tickets and Ernie Prang still hasn't mastered his steering skills, it is going to be a bumpy ride Includes three (for-June-2019) LEGO Harry Potter minifigures: Harry Potter, Stan Shunpike and Ernie Prang The LEGO knight bus 75957 toy playset can be built together with all other original LEGO sets and LEGO bricks for creative building Click Here To Buy
  9. Youtuber has collected and uploaded 6 HOURS behind the scenes footage of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone! Full Video Full breakdown of timings: 00:00:22 - David Heyman and Maggie Smith in the background. She is in a classroom scene with a blackboard "A Felinifors" and "cross species species" Maggie Smith has her makeup touched up 00:01:01 - Crew and handlers with an owl. 00:01:18 - Maggie Smith in green tweed and bonnet surrounded by camermen and the director speaks. 00:02:00 - Presents being packed in a workshop. 00:02:19 - The catering team feed the crew. Server says its not her better side. Fridge full of Birthday cakes "Happy Birthday Harry " 00:03:38 - Harry Potter behind the scenes as the director and Daniel Radcliffe watches on the monitors as the director explains how he wants it differently. 00:04:39 - 2000's The crew collect a pile of letters for the shot of the letters arriving at the Dursleys, all the crew sorting letters. A machine for scattering letters. 00:08:49 - Daniel Radcliffe does a magic trick with cards. 00:14:10 - The crew discuss the makeup on a character and what it should look like to achieve the effect they need. It might be the face of Voldemort, they stand on the set and discuss. (some is difficult to hear because the background noise on set.) ueling across a number of paintings and the other moving paintings in the common room and Dumbledore's office all discussed, how to set up the shots and what to cgi and the problems of the size of the paintings. A woman sketches the sequence in her notepad. 00:30:18 - Cupboard under the Stairs sequence is being filmed The director drinks tea and directs Daniel Radcliffe all the crew and cameras in vision. DR talks to the crew and about the plaster coming down on him. DR asks for a "girly face for the camera" some funny photo bombing from DR to camera comments. John Ridley was in Hawkwind he points out. DR is clearly now filming. "Annie is always right about everything" Peter Rob is pretending to work. DR goes to a number of crew members. The under the cupboard sequence is filmed. Amanda continuity is checked. 00:58:15 - The Dursleys house and the sequence with Letters down the Chimney. 01:15:57 - Dudley presents scene. 01:33:29 - Dan is talking to the camera. 01:40:14 - Mom takes Dan from the set. Chris Columbus with his family. 01:50:47 - Gringotts scene. Goblins makeup. 02:15:17 - Scene on the water first meeting with Hogwarts. 02:43:03 - Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint behind the scenes with the cast and crew. Director filming a broomstick flying in a castle grounds. 02:44:55 - DR and RG in a train carriage. RG talks to the director and a take is taken. DR has a the wizard card. we see the take on the monitor. a few takes. 02:51:52 - A cat is prepared by making its fur spiky they think it's too cute and need it meaner. 02:55:12 - The crew eat lunch whilst looking over storyboard plan with the lamp passing a gate. 03:07:58 - The hairdressing dept discuss Dumbledore. 03:09:20 - Owl handlers with white barn owl. 03:09:38 - Artificial snow being spread over a yard. DR then filmed with Hedwig. In a cloister. 03:24:50 - Classroom scene. Transfiguration Lesson __________________ THE FIRST FILMING __________________ 03:43:21 - The first day of filming. Filming at the railway station as Harry boards the Hogwarts train at Hogsmeade Station. A very young Daniel Radcliffe. Hagrid or Robbie Coltrane on the station platform. Scene where Harry hugs Hagrid and boards the train is filmed. 03:45:21 - Emma Watson introduces herself to camera and answers a couple of questions. It is her first day filming on Harry Potter. 03:47:06 - Emma in the make up trailer getting ready for filming. Her hair is being plaited and she is being interviewed. 03:47:49 - Daniel in make up and he chats to the camera man about results in the London Olympics. 03:49:00 - A shy Rupert Grint is having his hair done and gets embarrassed about being filmed with clips in his hair. 03:49:29 - Daniel is dark wrap around sunglasses, has his tie adjusted. The young cast chat with film crew before filming starts. They are nervous and excited. 03:51:16 - Crew watching monitors. 03:51:44 - Harry Potter waves out the door of the train and it pulls out of the station. 03:52:44 - Hogsmeade station sign. _________________ 03:53:00 - Child cast members gathered in Alnwick Castle grounds holding broomsticks. They aren't in costume. Rehearsals. Chris Columbus directs the actors. 03:55:19 - Zoe Wanamaker reading script on the side lines. 03:56:16 - View of the crew setting up, filmed from the roof top. Various scenes of the castle's exterior and courtyards. 04:00:51 - Filming of the scene where Zoe, Madame Hooch, teaches the wizards how to use their broomsticks. A huge amount of time is spent filming one particularly student. 04:06:09 - Emma Watson pretending to be a vampire as she chats with crew while waiting for her scene. Rupert and Daniel chatting to each other. Emma, Rupert and Daniel muck around with a camera, but Daniel isn't really interested. The three play a hand clapping game 04:16:26 - etting ready for a scene with multiple Hogswart student on their brook sticks. Zoom in on Matthew Lewis playing the role of Neville Longbottom. Matthew "rides" his broom. The whole scene is filmed where Neville takes to the air. Matthew practises his broom skills ahead of filming. The scene is filmed again. Chris Columbus films Matthew flying his broom, by lying on the ground and filming below him. 04:37:04 - Tom Felton as Draco Malfoy plays hand slapping game with Emma and Daniel during down time. 04:40:35 - Meal time in mess tent. 04:40:45 - irector gives instructions in more broom stick scenes. More rehearsals focusing on Daniel and Emma. More hand slapping games amongst the kids whilst waiting for filming. 04:44:33 - Production crew on their phones. 04:54:07 - At the leaky Cauldron pub crew wander around adjusting things lighting etc while the cast wait in costume for the scene to beginning. Make up artist works on a cast member and asks opinion of director. Large panavision camera. Radios and mobile off quiet on set please smoke effect and fan roll take one "Bless my soul its Harry Potter" Daniel Radcliffe and ...Hagrid Robbie Coltrane he keeps messing up his lines "fuck" "shit"he says takes go on. Ian Hart prof Quirrell and Derek Deadman as Leaky caldron bartender. The great hall sequence with the floating candles director says he wants people to be amazed. Scene with Quirrell entering great hall 05:07:40 - The great hall sequence with the floating candles director says he wants people to be amazed. 05:24:43 - Dumbledore speech scene. 05:29:31 - Halloween. Scene with Quirrell entering. great hall. 05:41:05 - Emma Watson in 2000's in the lead up to her playing Hermione Granger in the first Harry Potter film. She is interviewed about her teeth test. She had false teeth to wear as part of her look as Hermione Granger.
  10. 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?
  11. Warner Bros. Studio Tour - MASTER THE DARK ARTS - Friday 27th September - Sunday 10th November 2019 Image Credit: Warner Bros. Studio Tour https://www.wbstudiotour.co.uk Dark Arts returns for the Hallowe’en season. Fans of Death Eaters, daring duels and Hallowe'en feasts are invited to explore the darkness of the Wizarding World. Returning this year, the iconic Great Hall set will be decorated with over 100 floating pumpkins, as seen in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Created by Head Propmaker on all the Harry Potter films, Pierre Bohanna, the pumpkins are hand-carved by the Prop Making Department so no two are alike. The Great Hall tables will also be laden with a Hallowe’en feast of red apples, pumpkins, and cauldrons of lollipops. Brush up on your wand moves in an exciting live duel with Death Eaters. Demonstrating how a crowd scene like the Battle of Hogwarts would have been created during filming, you will test out their defensive wand techniques as they are directed through a battle with Death Eaters. In addition to this, vats of slimy troll snot, buckets of dribbling drool (of the three-headed dog variety) and pools of silvery unicorn blood will be showcased in the Tour allowing you to get hands-on and see exactly how the slime and goo was created. New for 2019 This year’s feature focusses on the loyal followers of the Dark Lord, the Death Eaters. From concept art to the finished props, members of the Harry Potter Art Department will be on hand to demonstrate the pain-staking process behind the intricate Death Eater masks seen in the films. During production, He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named’s followers each wore a unique mask that was designed and hand-etched to reflect their personality. The original Death Eater masks and costumes from the film series will be on display allowing visitors to see up close the elaborate detail. Buy your tickets: https://www.wbstudiotour.co.uk/dark-arts
  12. J.K. Rowling's Biggest Regrets About Harry Potter Harry Potter scribe JK Rowling has created a wizarding world that has sparked the imaginations of millions across the globe. And while her accomplishments have made her a very rich and powerful person, that doesn't mean she lives entirely without regret. To many fans, the decision to pair Ron Weasley with Hermione Granger was a strange one. Ron, the goofy sidekick, had almost nothing in common with Hermione, whereas Harry always recognized her status as the secret MVP of the story’s central trio. Sure, Ron had a few moments of bravery, and there was that tenuous connection with her being a muggle and his dad having a fascination with the non-wizarding world, but please. Even Rowling knows that Hermione and Harry were the real endgame of the series. In an interview with The Sunday Times, Rowling admitted: "I wrote the Hermione/Ron relationship as a form of wish fulfilment. That's how it was conceived, really. For reasons that have very little to do with literature and far more to do with me clinging to the plot as I first imagined it, Hermione ended up with Ron. It was a choice I made for very personal reasons, not for reasons of credibility." Of course, it’s possible that the personal reason she's alluding to here is the fact that Ron Weasley was based on a close childhood friend of hers, while Hermione was based in part upon herself. Rowling revealed that Albus Dumbledore was meant to be a gay character, even if it wasn't completely spelled out in her books. During a reading of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, she answered a fan question as to whether Dumbledore had ever fallen in love, saying: "Dumbledore is gay, actually." While the news was received warmly by the crowd, she expressed some regret that she hadn't been clearer about that before, saying: "I would have told you earlier if I knew it would make you so happy." The matter would become a point of contention later on, however, when Dumbledore's sexuality was again left ambiguous in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. LGBTQ advocates were dismayed when director David Yates revealed that the film would "not explicitly" address his homosexuality.Although Rowling still openly defended her decision to make Dumbledore gay, she chose to ignore those who criticized the film's lack of attention to that detail. For the third instalment in the franchise, Yates has maintained that they will make Dumbledore's romantic history with Grindelwald a little more obvious. Rowling fielded more public disappointment over the fact that the cast for the first Fantastic Beasts was predominantly white. Producer David Heyman defended the film's casting by explaining that the story's timeline had a lot to do with the cast's whiteness, pointing out to Entertainment Weekly that 1920s era New York was racially segregated. He said: “The wizarding world is a much more open and tolerant society where people of color and different ethnic backgrounds exist harmoniously together." Heyman also promised that the series would have "people of color filling this world in an organic way." Rowling, meanwhile, simply denied that the cast was all-white on Twitter and challenged a fan to wait to see the movie before judging, adding: "It is a trilogy and all the characters have not been revealed or cast yet." The author faced further Fantastic Beasts backlash when the character of Nagini, Voldemort’s pet snake from the original series, was introduced in The Crimes of Grindelwald as a maledictus, played by South Korean actress Claudia Kim. Rowling was accused of fabricating diversity with the decision, which she fought back against by pointing out that the word “Nagini” comes from Indonesian mythology, and that Indonesia has a significant Chinese population. Still, as many suspected, the character came through as something of a token inclusion in the movie. All of this comes on top of other long-running Potter franchise controversies, such as the issue of Jewish representation and varying interpretations of Hermione's race. It’s not hard to imagine that, given the chance, she would have approached the diversity of her characters a little differently. Plenty of characters died in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, but one of the offing’s that hurt the most was Fred Weasley, who was killed in an explosion at the Battle of Hogwarts. Fred had become a fan favourite, alongside his twin brother George, thanks to his signature cheery demeanor. She would later apologise to fans for claiming the fictional life of a character who was so beloved by readers. In 2015, she tweeted: "Today I would just like to say: I'm really sorry about Fred." In 2016, Rowling returned to her tradition of apologizing for a character's authorial execution. This time, she shone the spotlight on Remus Lupin, the Hogwart’s Defense Against the Dark Arts professor who also turned out to be a werewolf. It wasn't just Remus' death that hit so hard, though. He died shortly after his wife Tonks was also killed, which meant that their new born son Teddy lost both his parents before he had a chance to know them - just like Harry Potter had so many years before. Rowling issued a series of tweets apologizing and explaining the need for Lupin's death, writing: "In the interests of total honesty, I'd also like to confess that I didn't decide to kill Lupin until I wrote Order of the Phoenix. Arthur lived, so Lupin had to die. I'm sorry. I didn't enjoy doing it. The only time my editor ever saw me cry was over the fate of Teddy." To orphan one little wizard baby? Cruel. Two of them? That’s just diabolical. Whether or not Professor Severus Snape actually redeemed himself at the end of Deathly Hallows is up for debate. Sure, he was working for the good guys all along and only killed Dumbledore so that Draco Malfoy wouldn't have to. But he was pretty terrible to Harry from the very start of his tenure at Hogwarts. Making the generous assumption that he was trying to teach Potter to toughen up in preparation for his fateful confrontation with Lord Voldemort, you can’t help but imagine some of that was him projecting his pure acrimony for James Potter onto the Boy Who Lived. The fandom’s split opinion on Snape meant that a good chunk of them would have been happy if Rowling never apologized for his death - which is why her 2017 commemoration of the Battle of Hogwarts ended up a little more timid than usual. She tweeted: "OK, here it is. Please don't start flame wars over it, but this year I'd like to apologise for killing (whispers)… Snape." “After all this time?” “Always.” It's almost like she was apologising for apologising. One character that Rowling managed to completely redeem by the time the series ended was Dobby the house elf. When we first met him, he was a completely irritating pest whose sole purpose was to get Harry in trouble with the Dursleys. By the end of the road, he was a sweet little scamp who just wanted to be free so that he could define his own loyalties. While trying to rescue Harry and Griphook from the Death Eaters, however, Dobby was stabbed by Bellatrix Lestrange. To make his death even more devastating, Harry dug his grave by hand and inscribed it with the words: "Here lies Dobby, a free elf." Rowling memorialised him in her 2018 tribute, despite the fact that he wasn't a part of the legendary final battle, writing: "It's that anniversary again. This year, I apologise for killing someone who didn't die during the Battle of Hogwarts, but who laid down his life to save the people who'd win it. I refer, of course, to Dobby the house elf." Rowling has made about the Harry Potter series is how certain characters' names are so commonly mispronounced. With Hermione Granger, for example, Rowling had to pretty much spell it out in the text once she discovered that fans were saying her name incorrectly. Rowling has since admitted that the scene from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in which Hermione tells Viktor Krum to say "her-my-oh-nee" instead of "hermy-own" was also meant to be instructional for readers, since the films hadn't come out yet. One name pronunciation that she never did quite correct, however, was Lord Voldemort, whose moniker most fans think is "vawl-duh-MORT." Even the films adapted that bit of elocution. However, if Rowling had her way, fans would never say the "T" in his name at all. In 2015, she confirmed this fun fact about the series, conceding: "I'm pretty sure I'm the only person who pronounces it that way." One specific regret J.K. Rowling has copped to is the type of dog bred by the third book’s nasty Aunt Marge. In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry was introduced to Uncle Vernon's sister, who often used canine-related theories and phrases to analyse people. “It’s all to do with the mother. You see it all the time with dogs. If there’s something wrong with the b*tches, then there’s something wrong with the pup.” Clearly, her relationship with her dogs was significant to her character development. However, Rowling later said she should not have chosen bulldogs as her breed after all. She wrote on Pottermore: "I regret making Aunt Marge a breeder of bulldogs, as I now know them to be a non-aggressive breed. My sister owns one and he's the most lovable, affectionate dog you could hope to meet. On the other hand, they do look grumpy, and on appearance alone seemed to suit Aunt Marge." There are some Harry Potter fan theories that Rowling has shown some major support and respect for - while others have been kindly dispelled by the author as illegitimate. Usually, Rowling is polite enough about putting an idea to rest, like when she denied that Ron is a younger time-travelling Dumbledore and shut down the theory that Draco Malfoy became a werewolf after being bitten by Fenrir Greyback. One theory that seems to get Rowling into a tizzy, though, is the one that suggests Dumbledore may have turned his phoenix Fawkes into his own horcrux. Admittedly, the supporting evidence for the concept is pretty thin. Basically, the idea is that if Voldemort could store a piece of his existence in a snake, a bird wouldn't be off the table either, and Dumbledore may not have always been the benevolent soul that we know him to be. However, Rowling not only put the kibosh on the idea, but also expressed personal offense to it, writing: "The idea that anybody believes this is strangely upsetting to me." Rowling had written a whopping 4,224 pages about her magical realm - but there was still one scene she couldn't quite squeeze into the story. In 2007, the author revealed that she wanted to include a Hogwarts graduation scene in Deathly Hallows to confirm that Hermione went back to school and finished, while Harry, Ron, Neville, and some others went straight to work to clean up Voldemort’s mess in the wizarding world. She told fans on Pottercast: "I felt a huge sadness that I wouldn't write a graduation scene. I felt sad that the book wasn't going to end with that feast scene, the graduation scene. A lot of people felt the epilogue was too sentimental, I think to have a graduation scene on top of what just happened would've been an absurd bit of anti-climax." Had the scene been included, fans would've seen the trio ride the thestrals away from Hogwarts to signify a fresh new start for them as they passed over the water. How do you feel about JK Rowlings regrets? Are there any that you agree with, we'd love to hear your comments below! Various News Sources: Mainly Looper (Thank you)
  13. Harry Potter Movie Marathon Bottomless Drinks & Popcorn - FeverUp - Sunday 20th October 2019 in Manchester, UK Calling All Wizards! Starting on Sunday the 20thOctober 2019, dedicated Harry Potter fans from all over the UK can gather at Manchester’s Brickworks every single week to watch all eight films from the popular franchise. Tickets Ticket for 1 person: Bottomless drinks & popcorn during the whole movie, a private table with waiter service for the duration of the film General Info Date and time: Multiple dates & times Venue: Brickworks Age Recommendation: 18+ with valid ID (Under 18s are allowed to attend the event but it isn't recommended due to the bottomless alcohol option) Genre: Fantasy/Fiction Films & Dates 20/10/19: Harry Potter And The Philosophers Stone 27/10/19: Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets 3/11/19: Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban 10/11/19: Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire 17/11/19: Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix 24/11/19: Harry Potter And The Half-blood Prince 1/12/19: Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 1 8/12/19: Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2 Come watch your favourite Harry Potter movie and enjoy a fun quote-along in an immersive environment, with free-flowing drinks during the whole movie and bottomless popcorn. You'll also enjoy a private table for you and your friends with waiter service for the duration of the film. What more could you wish for? Get ready to shout out your favourite lines from these magical films! The venue is wheelchair accessible. Tickets cost £27.50 per person. There is also a private waiter service to your table. Find out more and book your tickets here https://feverup.com/m/76760
  14. Westminster Collection; NEW Official Harry Potter Medal Collection – start collecting and SAVE OVER 15% Calling all Harry Potter fans – this is an opportunity you will not want to miss. Today, you have the chance to be one of the first fans worldwide to own the Official New Harry Potter Medals. Harry, Ron, Hermione and Dobby That’s right – if you start collecting today, you can own the brand new and exclusive Official Harry, Ron, Hermione and Dobby Collector Medals for just £19.99 (+p&p) – that’s an additional SAVING OF OVER 15% on the normal price. Each golden medal has been struck to an expert proof-like finish with the official “HP” logo on one side and a perfect coloured image from one of the eight Harry Potter films on the other – housed in its Official Collector Card. The Official Harry Potter Medal Collection By owning the Official Harry Potter Medals, you will receive Priority Access to the Official Harry Potter Medal Collection. And continuing your collection couldn’t be easier – you don’t need to do anything. Around 4 weeks after you receive your Introductory Offer, we’ll send you a complimentary Collecting Album along with your next four exclusive Harry Potter Medals all for just £19.99, which is an additional SAVING OF OVER 15% on the standard price for four Harry Potter Medals. That means in just a few months, you will have built an amazing collection of Official Harry Potter Medals. It’ll include the best-loved characters, artefacts, spells, magical creatures and magical places from the films. Plus as a Priority Collector, you’ll also have exclusive access to one-off limited edition Fan Medals as they are released from time-to-time. With your exclusive offer price of just £19.99 (+p&p), all you need to do is order yours today to be among the very first Harry Potter fans worldwide to own these Official New Harry Potter Medals. So don’t delay. Stocks are limited so order today to make sure you’re one of the first to have Priority Access to Official Harry Potter Medal Collection. If you do not wish to trial the collection, you can order the Official Harry Potter Medals individually for their standard issue price of £5.99 (+p&p). Check out the full collection at: https://www.westminstercollection.com/p-124Y/The-Official-Harry-Potter-Medals.aspx?sn=Z
  15. David Beckham treats his daughter Harper Beckham to a magical day out at the Harry Potter Studio Tour London! Beckham has proved again how simply cool he is after treating his daughter Harper to a magical day out at the Warner Bros. Studios in London. Sharing some lovely snaps on his Instagram Stories, David took this adorable picture of Harper in the gift shop holding her very own wand. He simply captioned the image: "My little wizard." ImageCredit: DavidBeckham Insta Another picture sees him and the Harry Potter obsessed Harper beaming as they stand in entrance of props from the movie. ImageCredit: DavidBeckham Insta David has gone all out for Harpers favourite film, even building her a Lego Hogwarts Castle, which consisted of over 6,000 pieces! Once that was complete, he started work on building the Lego Harry Potter Hogwarts Express. How cool is this dad!
  16. Audible: 50% membership discount. Just £3.99/month for the first 3 months, then £7.99/month Harry Potter has never even heard of Hogwarts when the letters start dropping on the doormat at number four, Privet Drive. Addressed in green ink on yellowish parchment with a purple seal, they are swiftly confiscated by his grisly aunt and uncle. Then, on Harry’s eleventh birthday, a great beetle-eyed giant of a man called Rubeus Hagrid bursts in with some astonishing news: Harry Potter is a wizard, and he has a place at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. An incredible adventure is about to begin! Join Audible today and enjoy 50% discount for the first 3 months Enjoy 50% discount in the first 3 months, then only pay £7.99/month. You'll get 1 book credit each month to purchase any audiobook of your choice. Take your pick from the world's largest selection, regardless of price, including the latest best sellers. Download the free app and your audiobook will be waiting in your library. Just press play and enjoy. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF 50% OFF NOW Why become an Audible member? You own your audiobooks Your books are yours to keep, even if you cancel. Swap an audiobook for any reason Exchange any book, any time. Free Audio Shows Unlimited listening to original podcasts for members. Exclusive deals throughout the month Up to 80% off selected audiobooks. Listen online or offline Enjoy when you’re online, underground or mid-flight. JOIN NOW! Don't forget after your trial you can pick up the rest of the series! Remember, you're not only limted to Harry Potter, this covers various books offered by Audible! Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Book 1 https://amzn.to/2o7WfhN Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Book 2 https://amzn.to/2lWdSQY Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Book 3 https://amzn.to/2lOKAUa Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Book 4 https://amzn.to/2mrTp6X Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Book 5 https://amzn.to/2mCCnmn Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Book 6 https://amzn.to/2mCCzlB Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Book 7 https://amzn.to/2lR9FOk
  17. Rumour Mill: Harry Potter trio set to return in sequel in series of movies! It's been reported that Warner Bros. is going to adapt to film the theatre version of "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child," after securing the rights. With current rumors circulating it looks will be getting a sequel to the "Harry Potter" series of movies which ended with The Deathly Hallows - Part 2. With the original cast will be back to star in it - Harry, Hermione and Ron will be back together. So far, all we know is that Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson are set to return. The Cursed Child is set 19 years after the end of the final Harry Potter movie and follows Harry, Ron and Hermione's children. The show recently opened on Broadway in New York and tickets have been in high demand, just as they were in London. The first Harry Potter movie was released in 2001 with Daniel Radcliffe in the titular role. What do you think of this rumor? Let us know down in the comments!
  18. Source: @NomadicBrits Harry Potter & Harry Potter and the Cursed Child play has become one in the muggle world with the new logo! Since it's beginning The Cursed Child Play had its own logo and its own font, but on the night between 3rd & 4th September 2019, the signs of the Palace Theater (London), Lyrics Theater (New York) and Princess' Theater (Melbourne) where the play is currently played have all been upgraded to the new logo. The name HARRY POTTER is now written in JK Rowlings famous 'Harry Potter' font, muggles, witches and wizards alike will be able to tell with the new lightning-shaped P, created by Mary GrandPré for Scholastic's covers in the United States and later taken as the official logo of the saga by Warner Bros. After a few weeks of rumors and a rebrand of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child theaters, it seems that yes Warner Bros. has purchased the rights to The Cursed Child. The new logo for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Source: @susanne_anette The program of the play also indicates the name of JK Rowling above the title. It seems that the words "parts one and two" have also been been removed. Instagram and Twitter users have been showing off the old and new logo
  19. Smyths Toys LEGO 71043 Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle Now: £279.99 Was: £349.99 - Save: 20% These normally sell for £349.99 but Smyths Toys currently has £10 Off for EVERY £50 you spend (so £20 Off £100, £30 Off £150 etc). So add something cheap to your basket to spend the extra 1p and get £70 off the £350 spend. IN STORE ONLY! Features Buildable microscale model of Hogwarts Castle, hut of Hagrid, Whomping Willow tree and 5 boats Hogwarts Castle features the Great Hall with buildable ‘stained glass windows', house banners, benches, tables, flaming torches and moving staircases Hagrid’s hut hass Aragog the spider and buildable pumpkins The Whomping Willow includes the buildable blue Flying Ford Anglia car in its spinning branches Accessory elements include the Sword of Gryffindor, Helga Hufflepuff´s cup, wands, potions, house banners, flames, a cauldron and 2 magnifying glasses. Microfigure accessories include 2 chess statues and the Architect of Hogwarts statue Product Piece Count: 6020 pieces Assembled Dimensions: 43L x 69W x 58H cm Contents: 4 minifigures, 27 micro figures Batteries Not Required Product Description Make the magic come alive at the LEGO 71043 Hogwarts Castle! This highly detailed LEGO Harry Potter collectible has over 6,000 pieces and offers a rewarding build experience. It comes packed with highlights from the Harry Potter series, where you will discover towers, turrets, chambers, classrooms, creatures, the Whomping Willow and Hagrid´s hut, plus many more iconic features. And with 4 minifigures, 27 microfigures featuring students, professors and statues, plus 5 Dementors, this advanced building set makes the perfect Harry Potter gift.
  20. What would your Harry Potter 'boggart' be? If a boggart was to come out of your wardrobe and show your fears.... What would it be? I'd probably reinact Ron's fears as I absolutely hate spiders, I despise them!
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    Harry Potter Word Game Here's another simple game, where one person write a HP-related word and the next person uses the last letter of that word to find another HP-related word. Sounds easy enough? Example: Harry Potter - Rubeus Hagrid - Dumbledore - Eeylops Owl Emporium etc... To start it off... Gillyweed
  22. Prop Store is hosting one of Europe's largest and most exciting Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auctions across two days at the ODEON BFI IMAX in London, September 30th and October 1st 2019 Image Credit: ropstoreauction Witches and Wizards and Muggles, you can now get your hands on one of the original Harry Potter’s acceptance letters. An incredible 900 lots of rare props, costumes and production material from over 300 films will be going up for auction, with bidding available online, by phone or in person. 2 WEEK PREVIEW EXHIBITION. Over 250 lots from the auction will be on display in a 2 week exclusive free to enter preview exhibition at the ODEON BFI IMAX, WATERLOO, LONDON. The original prop in 'Lot #332 - HARRY POTTER AND THE PHILOSOPHER'S STONE (2001) - Harry Potter's (Daniel Radcliffe) Hogwarts Acceptance Letter' is among 250 rare lots from Hollywood history to be displayed at the Prop Store auction. The envelope from the film has an estimated sale price of between £4,000 and £6,000 with it's red Hogwarts crest stamp still in place and contains the original letter within in. A hero envelope and letter used in Chris Columbus' fantasy-adventure film Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Owl post inundated the Dursley household with letters informing Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) of his acceptance into Hogwarts - despite Uncle Vernon's (Richard Griffiths) best efforts. The envelope is made from marble-effect paper, with Harry's address printed in green on the front of the envelope and the Hogwarts crest on the reverse. The hero envelope features a real red wax Hogwarts seal, unlike the many entirely printed versions that were also used in the scene. The envelope remains sealed with a letter contained within and is in excellent condition, with only a small chip to the wax seal. The envelope is accompanied by a printed letter of donation from Warner Bros., a copy of the letter contained within and a photocopied front cover of a 2001 edition of USA Weekend featuring Radcliffe opening a similar letter. Dimensions (envelope): 13 cm x 18 x 0.5 cm (5 1/4" x 7 1/4" x 1/4") Fans of the WizardingWorld will also be able to get their hands on Ron Weasley’s Howler Letter from the second movie 'Lot #336 - HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS (2002) - Ron Weasley's (Rupert Grint) Howler Letter' with an estimate between £3,000 and £5,000. Image Credit: ropstoreauction A howler letter used in Chris Columbus' fantasy-adventure sequel Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) received a letter enchanted to shout loudly at him, after he and Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) stole Mr Weasley's flying Ford Anglia to get to school for the start of term. The envelope is made of heavy stock red paper with a cream printed address label. A length of metallic burgundy ribbon is wrapped vertically around it and fixed at the back with a gold-coloured wax seal bearing a "W" for Weasley, which is still intact. Also included is a facsimile copy of the letter that was howled by Mrs Weasley (Julie Walters) and a charity donation letter from Warner Bros. The envelope remains in excellent condition. Dimensions (envelope): 15 cm x 11 cm (6" x 4) View the complete Harry Potter collection at: https://ukm.propstoreauction.com/m/view-auctions/catalog/id/169/?page=1&view=grid&key=harry potter&sale=undefined&catm=any&order=order_num&xclosed=no&featured=no 18th September - 1st October 2019 - 10am to 9pm Daily
  23. Watch this sirius-ly crazy man dressed as Harry Potter Jump Off A Cliff In Wild Paragliding Icarnaval Competition in the French Alps. Harry Potter has legitimately taken flight in the French Alps over the weekend as part of the Icare Cup. Approximately 130 costume-clad daredevils flocked to the small French village of Saint-Hilaire for their annual paragliding competition, which awards prizes for the best costume, according to 10Daily. Image Credit: Reuters The wacky event has been hosted in the area every year since 1987, when a costumed category was added to the regular paragliding event. Approximately 100,000 people attended the event, which is likely the only time you’ll see a man dressed as Harry Potter flying through the sky. News Source & video at: 10Daily
  24. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Illustrated Edition Receive an exclusive Goblet of Fire tote bag when you pre-order the standard Illustrated Edition or an exclusive Goblet of Fire shopper bag when you pre-order the Illustrated Deluxe Edition before 7th October 2019. Picture the magic – award-winning illustrator Jim Kay brings his wonderful creative powers to this stunning reimagined edition of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. This new fully illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire brings more breathtaking scenes and unforgettable characters to life – including Cedric Diggory, Fleur Delacour and Mad Eye Moody. With paint, pencil and pixels, Kay conjures the wizarding world as we have never seen it before. Fizzing with magic and brimming with humour, this full-colour edition will captivate fans and new readers alike as Harry, now in his fourth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, finds himself competing in the legendary Triwizard Tournament and facing death-defying tasks, dragons and Dark wizards ... With the original text – complete and unabridged – this gorgeous edition features foiled jacket, head and tail bands, a ribbon marker and illustrated endpapers. Please note: This offer is open to UK and ROI residents only, while stocks last. Terms & Conditions apply. If you are located outside of the UK/Republic of Ireland please order Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Illustrated Edition here, or the Deluxe Illustrated Edition here. Please note, if you are located in United States or the Phillippines, unfortunately we do not have rights to sell the book with title "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Illustrated Edition". BUY NOW AT Bloomsbury: https://harrypotter.bloomsbury.com/uk/harry-potter-and-the-goblet-of-fire-illustrated-edition-and-tote-bag-9781526614599/?ewid=2754 News and Image Credits/Source: https://harrypotter.bloomsbury.com/uk/harry-potter-and-the-goblet-of-fire-illustrated-edition-and-tote-bag-9781526614599/?ewid=2754
  25. Is your room also full of 'Harry Potter' merchandise? Well, Minalima the designer duo behind the 'Harry Potter' films, is now also launching its own wallpaper with designs from the eight films. Image Credits: Pottermore & MinaLima These sirius-ly amazing Minalima wallpapers are a must for any Harry Potter fan! Miraphora Mina and Eduardo Lima – designers of the graphic universe of the Harry Potter films – have created a capsule collection of five wallpapers featuring iconic designs from the film series. This is an exceptional opportunity to sort out that room with the peeling wallpaper that’s been bothering you. Will you be ordering any of the wallpapers? We'd love to hear if you do and see your room once finished! Image Credits: Pottermore & MinaLima Image Credits: Pottermore & MinaLima Image Credits: Pottermore & MinaLima The MinaLima Harry Potter wallpaper collection is available internationally, exclusively through minalima.com and House of MinaLima shops in London and Osaka from Wednesday 18 September 2019.

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