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Hey everyone! Thought I'd jump on and tell you all that Pottermore is making the full transition to WizardingWorld.com. They explain it all here but just in case you haven't seen it, I figured I'd copy it into here. The link is also posted at the bottom if you prefer to do it through the article itself. I'll also try to answer any questions, as I'm already on the WizardingWorld.com site. Engorgio Pottermore... We're moving to WizardingWorld.com - our new, bigger home for all of the magic you love. Here's everything you need to know. After seven years of providing you with all the latest Wizarding World reports, analysing every single facet of the Harry Potter stories, breaking news about the Fantastic Beasts films, challenging your fandom with some rather tough quizzes and, of course, asking you to discover your true Hogwarts house, we can now announce... that we're going to do more of it! Just next door at our new home, WizardingWorld.com. It's a bit like The Burrow; we're magically adding a few extra floors to our house and throwing in some Extension Charms, bringing over the content you know and love from Pottermore.com, and adding some new, enhanced surprises. A visit to Pottermore.com will redirect to WizardingWorld.com - but don't worry, you haven't made a mistake with your Floo Powder. It is still, very much, the online home of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts. We've been busy working on a variety of exciting projects to make your journey through the Wizarding World even better, requiring an even better website to show it all off. For now, create a Wizarding Passport on WizardingWorld.com using your Pottermore account details - all your existing traits will then move over to the new site. That's your Hogwarts house, wand and Patronus. Your Wizarding Passport is your very magical identity that holds your Wizarding World credentials in one place. Stay tuned to see what happens next, and we'll see you at our new house just as soon as we've shifted all the furniture. Pottermore Link What do you think about this move? Do you think it's good? What about the passports? At the moment they're pretty lacklustre, but the site is still in its early stages. Let us know!
Dumbledore posted a topic in Warner Bros. Studio Tour LondonCouples are invited to spend Valentine's Day in a truly magical location this February as Warner Bros. Studio Tour London hosts a romantic dinner in the iconic Great Hall. Each night from Thursday 14th – Saturday 16th February Guests attending the evening event will be greeted on arrival with welcome drinks and canapés, including a special 'Love Potion' cocktail, before sitting down to dine on the authentic Great Hall set. Seated at tables for two, guests will enjoy a romantic three-course dinner including a starter, main course and assiette of desserts to share*. During the meal, couples will receive their first memento of the evening as a complimentary photo is taken at their table. After dinner, guests will be given exclusive after-hours access to the Studio Tour with the chance to see sets such as the Gryffindor common room, Dumbledore's office, the Weasley kitchen at The Burrow and the Forbidden Forest before enjoying a drink on Platform 9 ¾. Featuring the original Hogwarts Express locomotive, the platform also includes the costumes of film couples Harry, Ginny, Ron and Hermione from the series' concluding scene set 19 years after the battle of Hogwarts. Following a tankard of Butterbeer in the backlot café, couples will be able to wander up the wizarding shopping street of Diagon Alley before arriving at the breath-taking Hogwarts castle model. After-dinner tea, coffee and petit fours will be served overlooking the majestic model. The Studio Tour’s ‘Valentine's Dinner in the Great Hall’ events will take place on the 14th, 15th and 16th February from 7pm until midnight and are open to over 18s only. Guests will be seated at individual tables of two and tickets are priced at £495 per table for two including VAT**. Tickets go on sale here at 10am on Tuesday 18th December. Carer tickets will be available by calling 0345 084 0900 once tickets go on sale. *Details of the evenings' set menu can be seen here; vegetarian and vegan options are available and other dietary requirements can also be catered for (guests will be asked to provide this information during the booking process). **Tickets are only available in pairs and couples will be seated at individual tables of two. Get Tickets Here: https://www.wbstudiotour.co.uk/tickets Notice: TheWizardingWorld.co.uk is run by a group of dedicated enthusiasts on a not-for-profit basis. 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.
Soon, we’ll finally be able to venture inside the Forbidden Forest. On 31 March, the Warner Bros. Studio Tour in London will open a glorious new expansion dedicated to the Forbidden Forest (Picture: Warner Bros. Studio Tour London) The real-life Forbidden Forest will look a LOT like the Forbidden Forest you’ve seen in the films, with 19 trees – each 12 feet wide – with giant roots you have to trek through. (Picture: Warner Bros. Studio Tour London) There’ll even be controllable weather, so you can make things fittingly dark and moody. There’s fun stuff to do inside the forest, other than just wandering around and pretending to be Hermione.One of Rubeus Hagrid’s original costumes will be on display for you to check out, plus there’s a full-size model of Buckbeak to bow to. When you venture deeper into the forest, you’ll come face-to-face with Aragog (its leg span is over 18 feet, so it’s pretty massive) and a bunch of spiderlings. (Picture: Warner Bros. Studio Tour London) (Picture: Warner Bros. Studio Tour London) The whole thing sounds scary and delightful, and we’re very excited to be able to follow up our trip to the Great Hall by creeping around a spider-filled forest. The studio tour’s new Forbidden Forest will be open from Friday 31 March, and entrance will be included in the regular ticket price. Promo Wallpaper: