Colin Clark spent a week with Marilyn Monroe when she was in England filming The Prince and the Showgirl with Laurence Olivier.
I have just returned from a midnight showing of the second part of the deathly hallows, that being the final Potter film in the franchise. We pick up straight away from where we were left off at the end of part one, and reminded how Voldemort took the Elder Wand from Dumbledore’s grave.
The 6th year at Hogwarts and everything is becoming darker as we begin to find out about Lord Voldemort’s past. Harry finds a potions book with ‘the half-blood prince’ written in. A favorite character is killed . . .
After the return of Lord Voldemort at the end of the Goblet of Fire. We are wondering how the wizarding world are going to react to it all. Well the answer to that is badly, as the minister of magic tries to claim that Dumbledore and Harry are making it all up. But we all know that is not the case . . .
A look back at the posters from Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009)
A look back at the posters from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)
A look back at the posters from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)
A look back at the posters from the second Potter film Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002)!
A look back at all the posters for Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (2001).
The fourth year at Hogwarts see’s the tri-wizard tournament take place, meaning two other wizarding schools come for a year. Some twists and turns see the usual tri-tournament having a fourth competitor in an underaged wizard taking part and yes you guessed it, Harry Potter is that wizard.
Harry Potter Challenge – Day 30: What affect has Harry Potter made on your life and how much does it mean to you
I think it made me realise how incredible books can be if they are written in such a fantastic way and how much you can fall in love with a different world. You are taken on an amazing journey and can relate to everything the three main characters go through and how difficult it really is growing up. The things you are put through at school and what everything means to you as you do grow.
We love Hogwart and wish we could have gone to school there and that magic and wizards are actually real. It is incredible how J.K. Rowling managed to create all of this in such incredible depth.
Harry Potter mania headed stateside last night for the NYC premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2.
Third year brings yet another defence against the dark arts teacher and Sirius Black has escaped from Azkaban . . .
Yesterday evening saw the final Harry Potter premiere take place in Trafalgar Square, with what was possibly the biggest red carpet ever linking to Leicester Square. The premiere was broadcast live around the world, and yes I did find myself watching for a few hours. It was a very emotional experience for everyone involved, even watching it all unfold. The cast members were clearly overwhelmed by the amount of fans who were stretched around the stages and red carpet. Such unbelievable scenes in London. All of the cast members spent plenty of time signing autographs and posing for photographs.
Watching live we had interviews and words from all of the different cast members. To finish with we had the three biggest stars of the films, Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint. Joined by J.K. Rowling herself and the films producers. This lead to emotional speeches taking place and causing each other to get emotional and the tears began to flow. The realisation that this was the last time they would ever have a world premiere for a Potter film and they would never experience anything like that ever again.
This time next week I would have seen the film already for myself as attending a 00:05 showing on Friday 15th July. What I am seeing as a brilliant start to my birthday weekend. Although if my worst crying moment in the books is put into the film in more of a visual way I may indeed leave the cinema in pieces. I am looking forward to the film, but at the same time I really do not want it to be over at all.
Yes that’s right a few more posters have been released for the new Potter film which had it’s world premiere in London last night, and is released next week!
Harry Potter Challenge – Day 24: Any particular scene you wished would have been put in the movie but it wasn’t
I wish we could have had the whole prefect story-line in the films as I felt it was a very important part in the book, just showing something that caused some friction between Harry/Ron and Hermione. As it did give a little edge between them and made sense of why Harry had felt a little more alone. I can understand why they took this out as a prefect would not travel well to different countries as I am assuming it is a very English school thing!
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Not for the know-it-all brainy side of her, I’m not stupid but not as smart as Hermione. I am thinking more than she has two male best friends and doesn’t seem to get on with other girls as well as she does with the boys. That’s what I’ve mainly been like, very rare that I’ve had female best friends for very long. I just find males much easier to get on with, the same as Hermione.
For this one I’m going for Horcruxes mainly because I think its brilliant that Voldemort split his soul into so many pieces. Which everyone thought was so impossible. For Dumbledore to then start finding them and explaining to Harry that they must all be destroyed before Voldemort can die.
How manipulative each horcrux can be, with the diary possessing Ginny Weasley and the necklace making Harry/Ron and Hermione see very strange things if they wore it for too long. Just showing how powerful Voldemort really is.
Without a doubt my favorite female character is Hermione Granger. She grows so much from the very start of it all until the end. Her intelligence helps out Harry and Ron a lot and they would not have got anywhere without her help. Always coming up with the best ideas and so likable.
Yet another poster has been released for the final Potter film. Featuring Harry, Ron and Hermione.