HP8 trailer rumored to be released January 24th!

According to a post made by the website
Right Cinema, a brand-new trailer for the
eighth Harry Potter film,
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two"
will premiere either online or in theaters on
January 24th, 2011.




There is currently no confirmation of this, for now.
So until this is proven to be true, consider it a rumor.

However, in the case of some past trailers,
not all the rumors are completely wrong.
Some are just a few weeks or days off the rumored date,

 For now, unless this rumor is correct, expect the trailer AT EARLIEST sometime in February.

Blog announcement!

Starting this January,
this blog will be upgrading to a new version,
blog version 3.0, coming with several
all-new blog features.


In preparation for this, things will be changing slightly
as some of the additional site pages currently on our site
may be removed depending on their popularity.

Some of the upcoming features in January may include:
  • An all-new banner behind our blog title
  • The premiere of our upcoming unnamed podcast
  • The online debut of a separate blog for our podcast


Additional features will likely appear unannounced
around early January as well.


Original Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone & LEGO Creator: Harry Potter game trailers now on our website!

Starting tonight, the original PC Harry Potter 1 game trailer has been uploaded
onto our main page, where it can be watched by our viewers, thanks to YouTube.

Alongside the trailer for the first Harry Potter game is the video intro to the
first LEGO Creator: Harry Potter PC game.

We highly reccomend both videos as entertaining, but out of the two videos,
the winner has to be the LEGO Creator: Harry Potter video.
The detail and book loyalty easily make the win.
Watch for yourself and decide on your own!








Warner Bros. launches new LEGO Harry Potter sweepstakes!

 Warner Bros. has just announced online that 
a new LEGO Harry Potter themed sweepstakes
has started.

The winner of said sweepstakes will win three prizes:
A 8-GB ipod touch, the Hogwarts castle LEGO set,
valued at about $200, and LEGO Harry Potter:
Years 1-4 for the ipod touch.
All great prizes.

To enter the contest, it is required that you register
on the Warner Bros website. If you already have
an account, simply log in and enter the HP sweepstakes.

Harry! This offer is only valid until January 7th!

Happy Holidays!




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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One passes HP3 movie in earnings!

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One
seems to be a movie that won't be leaving theaters
anytime soon.

It's grossed $259,196,947 in the US alone.

Out of the seven Harry Potter films, it has jumped ahead
of Harry Potter and the Prisioner of Azkaban,


And is currently at slot #6 of the seven films in order of highest earning.
It will likely stop at #2 or #3, but this early in the game, anything is possible.


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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One rumored to be released March 2011!

An unconfirmed release date for the
DVD and Blu-Ray versions of
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows:
Part One has been announced through
fellow HP fansite DanRadcliffe.de .
According to the site, the Deathly Hallows
film will hit UK stores on March 18th, 2011.






Since DVDs and Blu-Ray disks are generally released on Tuesdays,
a release date of either March 15th or March 22nd is suspected.
There has been no word on if there will be a special two-disk
digital copy DVD.

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 nominated for Academy Awards!

It has been announced yesterday by the
Academy of Motion Picture arts & Sciences
that 15 of the biggest movies of 2010
have been nominated as semifinalists for
the Oscar Award for Best Visual Effects.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One
has been selected as one of the semifinalists.


Other movies included are: Alice in Wonderland, 
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader,  
Clash of the Titans, Hereafter, Inception, Iron Man 2,  
The Last AirbenderPrince of Persia: Sands of Time
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Shutter Island, 
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Tron: Legacy, Unstoppable,
and Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief.

We do not know yet when the winner will be announced.

Salvation Army refuses donated Harry Potter products

According to hundreds of news articles that have spread
over the internet during the last two days, the Salvation Army
has announced publicly that they will be turning away any
Harry Potter or Twilight products donated to them.



"The Salvation Army refuses to distribute the Twilight and Harry Potter toys
because of the wizardry, vampire, and werewolf content involved."
said a Salvation Army spokesperson.

"The Salvation Army is based on Christian principles,
and these things are not in line with those principles."
I think it's safe to say that the majority of the Harry Potter fandom,
both Christian or not, disagree with this controversial announcement.

New deleted Harry Potter movie scene added to our site!

After a lengthy search, we managed to find another copy of a deleted scene
taken from the first Harry Potter film, and have added it already to our
main page, where it can be viewed with a compatible computer.

Enjoy it while it lasts!

-Order of the Phoenix Network staff

Harry Potter villain actor Ralph Fiennes is interviewed by USA Today online

Just two days ago, Harry Potter actor Ralph Fiennes
was interviewed by USA Today online.

When describing his role as villain Lord Voldemort,
Fiennes says: "He's really sort of the devil.
"He's completely emotionally detached.
He has no empathy. You find that in psychopaths.
Power makes him feel alive.
It's about power with Voldemort.


I think the HP fandom can agree with this
adequate description of Lord Voldemort.

New event launched on our site!

As we announced just last week, we at the Order of the Phoenix Network
are celebrating the holiday season by adding little bonuses on our site that
our viewers might enjoy, and spread the holiday cheer.
So we decided to start a little event:
The 1st annual Harry & Hedwig holiday celebration!
2-3 times a week, we'll add new, temporary features to our site, like:
  • Memorable scenes
  • Behind the scenes photos of HP movies 1-7
  • Fun Facts from the books & films
  • Plus early versions of future site features!

To kick off the event today, we offer demos of HP games 5 & 6
to get our viewers back into the games, or perhaps playing for
the first time.

These demos were released by EA games,
producer of all eight Harry Potter video games.

Double-Click the link to enter EA's site and download the demos.
Download recommended for PCs with Windows XP or Vista only.
Enjoy!

http://www.ea.com.hk/family/downloads/

http://www.electronicarts.in/family/downloads/

This event will end December 26th, so enjoy it while it lasts!

Warner Bros announces new Harry Potter movie prop givaway sweepstakes!

On the official Warner Brothers website is a new
sweepstakes contest, where one lucky person could
end up with an actual prop from the set of
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One.

But hurry, this contest ends on January 3rd, 2011!
Anyone who wishes to perticipate in this contest
must sign up before that date, using this link here:






http://insiderrewards.warnerbros.com/start/home/exclusive_sweepstakes

e-mail sent to Traveller's Tales discussing possible LEGO Harry Potter sequel

Earlier Today, we sent an e-mail to Traveller's Tales,
one of the companies responsible for creating the
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 video game.


We decided to ask them:



"Does Traveller's Tales have any current plans to introduce
a sequel to the LEGO Harry Potter video game,
taking into account its high sales?"

Hopefully we should reccieve a response by
the end of the week, but nothing is certain.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One moves up the all-time list

It appears that the seventh Harry Potter film in the series
has not yet lost its charm with viewers.

According to records on boxofficemojo.com,
the film has so far earned over 223,000 in the USA,
and has collected exactly 383,000 in other countries.

Overall, its total is more than 600,000 and continues
to climb higher.

Out of the top 20 films released this year, it sits at #9.
It will continue to earn money, and we will announce
new details as they are released.

EA games releases downloadable theme from HP7 video game!

Avalable for frre exclusively from the official Harry Potter 7
video game website is a new sample from the game's
soundtrack. The composer, James Hannigan says this:
“A fresh approach to gameplay has also necessitated
an interesting and, I hope, effective approach
to the game's interactive music."



The music can be downloaded here by right-clicking
the link, and click "save target as", and it should download.
If there is any questions about the music, please send them
to EA games directly.
http://harrypotter.ea.com/UK/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Harry-Potter-and-the-Deathly-Hallows-Part-1-Game-Theme-Extended.mp3

Deleted scene from Harry Potter 1 now on our site for Winter!

To celebrate the beginning of the holiday season,
a rare deleted scene from the first Harry Potter film,
"Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" to our site,
at the bottom of the main menu, below the news posts.
If for some reason your  computor is not able to play
the video, we have transcribed it, and the words of
the characters can be viewed below by double-clicking
the link labled "Read more".




Warner Bros offers Black Friday sales on Harry Potter products online!

For today only, Warner Bros will be offering sales
on nearly all products available on their site,
including Harry Potter merchandise, some exclusive.
For a very limited time, buyers can save up to 75% off
on items from the WB store.



To take advantage of these sales, feel free to use this link:
http://www.wbshop.com/Harry-Potter/hp,default,sc.html

New HP7 video game gameplay video now online!

Just found on YouTube by us today, a new gameplay video of the newest Harry Potter
video game, showing some brand-new clips from the official game.

Reviews of the game have also started to appear online as well.
Most were positive and encouraging, and praised the game's
action packed play and excellent visual graphics.

As I have not yet gotten the game, I can offer no review as of now,
but a review of the game by this site can be expected in the near future.

Harry Potter 7 film well-recieved by fans, online reviews now available!

After four long days,
Harry Potter fans have
finally begun to voice their
thoughts about this latest
installment in the Harry Potter
movie series.

Below are some reviews
found through rottontomatoes.com .


-"A water-treading sequel serving as a setup for next summer's grand finale."

-"The best-looking and best-acted film in the series so far. Drags a bit in the
middle act. Otherwise, a solid wind-up for the grand finale."

-"There is much to love in the latest offering from the Potter franchise."

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One has so far earned
$338,802,832 worldwide, and is expected to continue its steady
climb in both profit and positive reviews.



Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One earns 330 million at box offices worldwide!

From information released to the media online, the total
weekend profit of the newest Harry Potter film in the series,
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One",
was announced earlier today.




In the US, the film has, so far, made a little over 125.1 million dollars.
Combined with the money made overseas, the film has overall earned
330 million dollars, placing it at number #6 in the
"Biggest opening weekends" category,
according to box office records.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 makes 61 million on opening day!

According to The Associated Press,
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One"
has earned 61.2 million dollars in revenue,
landing it at #5 on the biggest opening day records, and coming ahead of any of the previous Harry Potter films, including the 52 million dollar record previously held by the sixth film in the multi-billion dollar movie series,
"Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince",
by over 9 million US dollars.

LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 now available for iphone!

Just yesterday, LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 was
released in iphone, ipad, and ipod touch formats
for $4.99 in the itunes online store.

Previously, the game was only available
on the Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 3,
Xbox 360, PSP, and PC.



Anyone considering playing this new version of the game should know that you
will first have to download the newest version of the itunes store, version 4.2,
before downloading the game. To find more info on the game, please use this link:
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/lego-harry-potter-years-1-4/id404086528?mt=8 .

REVIEW: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One!

After seeing the film at its midnight US premiere,
I can now share a brief NON-SPOILER review
of the film.

The film's story seemed to flow better then any of
the previous films of the series, and the keen
attention to even most of the smallest details
was gratifying to both book and movie fans alike.


The acting from the younger actors, I can also say, seems to improve with each new film.

Review: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One Soundtrack

One day after its release, I can now say I have finished the
soundtrack from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One

The music was, I think, much different then that from previous
Harry Potter movie soundtracks. A much quicker, edgier pace
then any we've seen before.

Being a fan of the music from John Williams,
I naturally perfer his Harry Potter themes,
but Alexandere Desplate comes, in my opinion,
better then any of the composers for Harry Potter films 4-6.


As far as rating the seventh soundtrack as a whole,
I'd happily give it a 8 out of 10, and highly reccomend
the soundtrack to fans of either Harry Potter,
or soundtrack listeners in general.

HP7 soundtrack now in stores!

Starting today, the official soundtrack for the upcoming
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One film.

Now available through most major retailers,
the music can be found online also.

On the itunes online store, it was announced that
the soundtrack comes with exclusive bonus themes,
not including the 20 songs available in either package.

However, I would highly reccomend the itunes offer
over the regular CD.

The itunes offer includes several bonus tracks, a documentary video,
and a lower price compared with most store offers.
The CD retail price is $18, the itunes offer: $14.

New Harry Potter 7 UK game trailer released online!

Just yesterday, a new combined trailer for the official
two Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
video games.

EA games has been releasing a steady stream
of videos of the final two games onto their
YouTube page.

EA seems to be centering the next two
Harry Potter games around large action-packed
fight scenes, upgrading the fightable enemies,
not unlike the Lord of the Rings video games.


In any case, the newest video is on our main page, underneath our news posts,
viewable in High Quality.

LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 to be released on iphone and ipad!

We are happy to announce that LEGO has not yet
concluded its long run on the Harry Potter universe.

It has just been announced that
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 will
be working its magic on the iphone,
ipad, and ipod touch soon.

We were among the first to announce this news.

No release date has yet been issued for this adaption of the hit game.

Ustream video of the LIVE Harry Potter 7 London premire causing errors!

To our many viewers, we are sorry to announce that the video of the London
Harry Potter 7 movie premire is not fully working, despite our efforts.

We were only able to recover about 45 minutes of the event.
This part of the video can be viewed on our site.
We will continue to try to find the source of this problem.

New twitter interview with Tom Felton now available!

Thanks to the official Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Twitter page, we now have a copy of their very recent interview
with Harry Potter film actor Tom Felton, who fans of the films
might know better as Draco Malfoy. Let's jump right in!

Q: What is your favorite moment in
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows?
Tom Felton: Harry and Hermione's awkward dance scene.

Q:  how do you feel now that Harry Potter is over?
Tom: Not over yet. There's lots to look forward to!

Q: What was the funniest or most embarrassing blooper you were a part of during filming?
Tom: Your phone going off on set. It's a bit embarrassing, really.

For more questions and answers in this interview, please double-click the link below:
http://twitter.com/harrypotterfilm
This interview was conducted via twitter yesterday.
 

EXCLUSIVE! itunes now selling Harry Potter film extended editions, only $9.99!

Now released exclusively on itunes, two new
extended editions of the first two Harry Potter films
are now available to any moviewatcher via itunes
for only $9.99 .

"Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" and
"Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets"
can be downloaded onto your computer through
itunes, and then directly onto an MP3 player.


The two extended films come with a group of additional
special features that can be downloaded along with the film(s).

We highly reccomend these two extended editions over the
Harry Potter ultimate editions for the casual movie buyer.

To download movies, songs, podcasts, or other media off itunes from a PC,
you would need to first download the itunes store itself from their website:
http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/
Computer requirements can also be found there.

Harry Potter 7 UK premiere celebration has now ended, thank you all!

We are here to announce to everyone who may not know, the UK premiere celebration of
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows has just ended five minutes ago, and we thank
everyone who was able to attend the LIVE on Ustream party on our site
that we threw together at such sort notice.

The entire video coverage of the event, all 45 minutes of it, can be found toward the bottom
of our main page, underneath our news posts. Thank you all for your continued support!

A new report on the HP7 UK film premire is now available!

To the 34,000 Ustream viewers as well as the non-viewers of the Harry Potter 7 LIVE film premiere, we have seen dozens of people involved in the Harry Potter films walking down the red carpet. Nearly everyone has turned up for this massive  celebration.
The event did start at noon on the US east coast,
and has so far lasted about an hour and a half.
Many actors from the films were interviewed by Ustream reporters.
It is now quarter to 2:00 PM on the east coast,
but the actors showno sign of stopping yet.

We have no official confirmation of when the event will end.

Reminder: UK Harry Potter 7 red carpet premire starts in five minutes!

To the nearly 5,000 viewers joining us on Ustream, the UK red carpet premire of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One begins in two minutes! 
We will be giving full and complete coverage of the event on our site today!

Join us LIVE on Ustream for the UK HP7 red carpet movie premire tomorrow!

Starting at 12:00 US Eastern Standard Time,
the UK Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One
movie premire will begin, with Harry Potter stars
walking down the red carpet, and we will be there
to cover it all, watching the video directly on our site,
posting before and after the event.

So join us tomorrow as we watch the official video coverage
LIVE! And be prepared to have a good time!

(The video can be found at the bottom of our main page.)

New Harry Potter 7 movie clip added to our site!

Just today, two new Harry Potter 7 clips were released
on youtube by account user Clevver TV.

One was a clip of what most fans believe to be
the opening scene in the film, as it depicts what
is clearly the opening scene as stated in the book.


That video is now available at the bottom of our main page.

The second video is a clip of the trio inside their magically expanded camping tent,
and is available for viewing on youtube through this link below, but we do not
recommend it to anyone who does not want to be spoiled in any way.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giWC2l8keG4

NEW chat room now added to site!

Just today, we have added an all-new chat room, thanks to blogger, which is under testing.
We are not sure yet that it is completely reliable, so viewers are urged to leave a comment
via the comments link underneath this post. The chat may stay or go, right now we're unsure.
Our deepest concern is for the safety of our viewers, so we recommend all viewers to report
any suspicious activity if seen or suspected. Thank You, 
and enjoy the all-new PhoenixNet LIVE page.

AMC Entertainment movie theaters offer new, different runtime length for HP7!

According to information provided by amctheatres.com,
a new, different runtime for the seventh Harry Potter film
has surfaced: 150 minutes, exactly two and a half hours long.

From what we heard only a week ago, the film's previous
runtime was estimated just shy of 147 minutes.
A difference of a little over three minutes, overall.
Not much change, some might argue,
but to HP fans, the longer, the better.
A movie description was also available on AMC's website:

"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" is a much-anticipated motion picture event to be told in two full-length parts.
The long-feared war has begun and Voldemort's Death Eaters have seized control of the Ministry of Magic and even Hogwarts,
terrorizing and arresting anyone who might oppose them.
But the one prize they still seek is the one most valuable to Voldemort:
Harry Potter".

"Harry's only hope is to find the Horcruxes before Voldemort finds him.
As he searches for clues, he uncovers the legend of the Deathly Hallows.
And if the legend turns out to be true, it could give Voldemort the ultimate power he seeks.
No longer just a boy, Harry Potter is drawing ever closer to the ultimate battle with Voldemort.
See it in IMAX at select locations."

New Harry Potter 7 movie clip released exclusively on yahoo.com

Released just a few minutes ago, a new clip taken
from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows:
Part One was uploaded by yahoo.com,
with us being one of the first fansites
to announce it.

The clip, although only a minute long,
showed what looks to be an impressive,
yet dark, bar fight scene.


Currently under the title of "Cafe Attack",
it depicts a seen vividly described in the book
as an all-out brawl with Harry, Ron, and Hermione
on one side, and two disguised Death Eaters on the other.


The clip can be viewed on Yahoo's Harry Potter 7
movie page, and by double clicking this link:


http://movies.yahoo.com/feature/harry-potter-deathly-hallows.html?showVideo=1#movTitle

Warner Bros adds new online mini-game to the official HP7 website

According to a tweet from
WB's official Harry Potter 7
twitter page only hours ago,
the official website for the
final two films has been
updated with an all-new
mini-game, which is based
off of a scene featured in
one of the upcoming films.



"Help Harry and Hagrid fend off a vicious Death Eater attack 
by playing our new Motorbike Escape online game!" read the twitter post,
which was posted around 11:00 A.M. EST.


We have yet to hear any reviews of the game,
but in any case, we will try it tonight and give
a more detailed report then.

Warner Bros to release Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows mobile game!

According to a post on twitter, posted by the official Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows twitter account, the seventh film will be made into a mobile game, exclusive to mobile phones,
as well as the regular console versions.

We are proud to report that no other fansite
we know of has reported this story.

The mobile game has not, as of now, recieved an rating.
We will continue to relay news on this topic to our readers.

Further information on the Harry Potter 7 mobile game can be found via link here:
http://www.ea.com/games/harry-potter-deathly-hallows-1-mobile

Two new HP7 TV spots released!

Released onto YouTube this past week are three new videos,
Two TV ads and one featurette for the upcoming
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One film.
(Please note: there may be some difficulty working with
the first video, shown below, but it operates well AFTER
anyone clicks the "Read More"  link, but not before.



Two others were also released, in high definition quality,
and can be viewed below if you click, or have already clicked, the "read more" link. Enjoy!

Happy Halloween!

It is now October 31st, and we wish to tell ur viewers happy halloween.
With just under 500 views, we end the month tonight, and look forward
to next month, with all the movie news, (and hopefully the movie itself,)
Harry Potter fans will have a good month.

Happy halloween!

WB announces exclusive offer to HP7 movie viewers buying tickets from fandango.com

For a limited time,
Warner Brothers will
be offering 25% off
the collector's edition
of the Harry Potter
and the Deathly Hallows
Part One soundtrack to people buying official fandango.com tickets
to the seventh film.






This offer of 25% off is exclusive to fans buying the pre-order tickets,
and may not be available after the film's midnight premiere.

Harry Potter stars Dan Radcliffe and Emma Watson talk HP7!

In an interview with scholastic.com, Harry Potter stars
Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson had a lengthy
discussion of the final two films, with Sonja C;
a staff of scholastic's online website.

we picked out the most interesting question,
which is slightly edited from its original format:
 
Q: Describe Harry's emotional journey in this film, 


Daniel: Dumbledore leaves Harry this mission
and almost no information apart from three rather
cryptic bequests in his will to Harry, Ron, and Hermione,
none of which make no sense at the time, but gradually
as the films carry on, make more and more sense.

 Read more by double-clicking this link:
http://blog.scholastic.com/ink_splot_26/2010/10/emma-and-daniel-talk-deathly-hallows.html

MPAA revises Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part one rating!

According to a report by fellow HP fansite
mugglenet.com, it has been leaked that the
Motion Picture Association of America
has re-evaluated the first of the two final
Harry Potter films, and altered their verdict
on its rating.





Its original rating of PG-13 has remained the same, but the reasons have changed.
The original verdict for PG-13 being for intense action violence and disturbing images,
has now been changed to: "sequences of intense action violence,
frightening images, and brief sensuality."

Yahoo.com releases new Harry Potter 7 featurette!

Currently available exclusively at Yahoo.com,
a new behind-the-scenes featurette, packed with
film footage from Harry Potter films 1-6, plus clips
from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1.

Although its contents are almost all re-used clips,
there was some new clips thrown into the mix.

One is a quick clip at 1:34 (1 minute 34 seconds),
is the Death Eaters atop a bridge in their smoky
mid-air-travel. At 1:35, Ron Weasly with his arm
in a sling. 1:37, Harry and Hermione talking and
watching something, while leaning against a barn.

A few other less notable clips were also released in the video.

Two new TV spots for Harry Potter 7 part 1 released!

This week, two new TV ads for
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
were released, the first released last Thursday,
the newest one released just about an hour ago.

Below is the TV spot released last Thursday.
The video released tonight is not currently
available on the internet yet, but should be
online by tomorrow evening.
We will likely release more information about
the scenes in the TV spot that was released tonight
sometime within the next day or so.

Amazon.com to release special collector's edition of HP7 Part 1 soundtrack!

Just today, we discovered a collector's edition of the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One soundtrack avaliable for pre-order for $63.99 . This is the discription provided by amazon.com: - Individually numbered Certificate of Authenticity


- PremierCell Presentation of high quality film photography on heavy cardstock featuring two 35MM film cells cut from the movie reel. Comes with attachable easel.

- 7 inch double sided picture Vinyl Disc with score from the movie

- DVD with 5.1 audio mix of Alexandre Desplat s score and a
7 minute video featurette of the scoring session, along with
interviews with Composer Alexandre Desplat and Producers David Heyman and David Barron.

- Movie Poster

- Orchestral Sheet Music from recording session at Abbey Road Studios signed by Alexandre Desplat

- Soundtrack on CD

- 2nd CD with additional score


It is scheduled for release on November 21st.

Run time of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One announced!

It was revealed by the IMAX company this week that Part One of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows will be 147 minutes long, just under two and a half hours in length. Considering IMAX's reliability in the past, it is likely true that this is the correct length. Thanks to IMAX.com for the information.
The film is still scheduled for its November 19th premire.
Starting today, retailers will be selling copies of the fourth and fifth Harry Potter ultimate edions, which was released earlier today.            
Featuring hours of bonus features, these sets are great for a fan of the Harry Potter films,
and is good promotion for the seventh Harry Potter film, which premires next November.
the "Harry Potter and the Prisioner of Azkaban" and "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" 
ultimate editions are now avalable in both DVD and blu-ray formats.
Costing around $40, the editions can be found at most DVD selling stores.

J.K. Rowling accepts literature award!

 Just today, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling flew to Denmark to accept the Hans Christian Anderson award, awarded to very few authors. The award is only given to authors whose work is comparable with Anderson's own. According to numerous reports from those present, J.K. Rowling was also given the 93,000 dollar reward which accompanies the award.

No video coverage is currently avalable, but can be expected to appear online in a matter of hours.

New Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One TV Spot released!

Just yesterday, a new TV ad for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One was released.
About 1 minute and 30 seconds long, the mini-trailer doesn't show much new footage, but
re-uses a lot of footage seen in previous trailers. Only about 30 seconds of new footage was shown,
and looks great.

We will be saving a full report on the TV spot tomorrow,
but the video itself can be found via link here.
The video can be found as the one closest to the bottom of the gallery.

http://order-of-the-phoenix-blog.blogspot.com/p/harry-potter-7-page.html

Amazon.com announces special offer to HP7 game buyers!

For a limited time, online retailer amazon.com is
offering a $10 back offer, allowing game buyers
to save $10 off any future video game purchase
after buying Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows:
Part One for any game system.

Amazon.com itself says: "...The promotional code
will be placed directly into your Amazon.com account within 2 business days after the product ships."





As the game does get released on November 9th,
anyone who wishes to Pre-order the game should
do so soon, as the $10 back offer may not be available
after the game is released.

"Order now and if the price decreases between your order time and the end of the day of the release date, you'll receive the lowest price, guaranteed!"-Amazon.com .

The game, and more information on Amazon.com's offer can be found by double-clicking this link: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003R3JNMS/ref=s9_simh_gw_p63_d13_i1?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_s=center-6&pf_rd_r=12ZVXZP95R0ZNADM5664&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=470938731&pf_rd_i=507846