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

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 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, 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:

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

According to a report by fellow HP fansite, 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." releases new Harry Potter 7 featurette!

Currently available exclusively at,
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. 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 - 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 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. announces special offer to HP7 game buyers!

For a limited time, online retailer 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. itself says: "...The promotional code
will be placed directly into your 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!" .

The game, and more information on's offer can be found by double-clicking this link:

Announcement! Over 400 views of our site within 30 days!

 We are happy to report to all of all viewers that,
within the last 30 days, we have received over
400 views! We are delighted to see that so many
people find this site worth their time.

We will continue posting on this blog as long as news is available.
Thanks again, and we will post again as soon as possible!

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows audiobook sample added to our site!

In an effort to get more people to read the books,
we have placed on our site a new audiobook sample,
which includes half of the first chapter in the seventh, and final,
Harry Potter book, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows."

We have also removed the HP picture slideshow,
in an effort to restructure our extras on the main page.

For the next week or two, extras may come and go before we finally finish.

The audiobook sample can be found in the bottom right side section of our site.

EXCLUSIVE! Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 rating details announced!

As we announced earlier this week,
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
has been given a PG-13 rating, and today,
we can tell you why.

According to, which is a website owned by the CARA,
(Classification and Rating Administration), which is a branch of the MPAA,
(Motion Picture Association of America),Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One
will be rated PG-13 for "sequences of intense action violence and frightening images".

It has been known that the seventh Harry Potter film has caused much dispute within
the MPAA, for they and Warner Bros could not seem to agree on a rating.

But now, only 33 days away from the film's release, we are happy to announce that
the film WILL be rated PG-13, and as such, we do not recommend it as a film for
young children.

Harry Potter theme park breaks records!

According to the revenue from the
Wizarding World of Harry Potter,
located in Universal Orlando,
it was announced by Universal
yesterday that their overall earnings
skyrocketed, their internet profits
tripling from about $37 million to
$97 million, and their overall profit
for that time period about $364 million,
a staggering amount.

This estimate includes money collected
during the summer season only.

Universal has not, as of now, decided to
comment on this new information.

With the rumor of the Harry Potter park expanding proceeding this announcement,
fans may now wonder not if Universal will approve an expansion, but when.

WB releases worldwide release dates for Harry Potter 7 part 1!

Thanks to the official Harry Potter film 7 twitter page, we can now announce the release dates for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1. Now everyone who wants to see the film, no matter what country their in, can see the finale of the Harry Potter movie series wherever they are. Please be aware that any and all the release dates are, in fact, subject to change at any time, should
Warner Bros wish it to, and we are in no way responsible for such a change.

All eight Harry Potter films to be released in new 3-D format blu-ray disks!

According to a press release, Warner Brothers,
in partnership with Prime Focus,will be releasing
Harry Potter films 5-8 in an all new 3-D versions,
so as to make the experiences all the more appealing
to both Harry Potter fans and regular movie buyers alike.

The article also said that plans were underway for films 1-4,
but there was no confirmation of this rumor.
No release date was set for any of the 3-D adaptions.

EXCLUSIVE! Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 film rating revealed!

It has been revealed that
the rating for the US adaption of
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1
WILL be rated PG-13, as shown in very tiny print,
barely visible at the bottom of this poster to the left.
(Double-click to enlarge poster.)

In even smaller print below the PG-13 rating it tells
why the film is rated so.

Unfortunately, the print below the PG-13 rating is
too small to be read, so fans can debate about
what convinced the MPAA,
(Motion Picture Association of America,)
to give the film a PG-13 label.

This information is accurate, and viewers can see for themselves
by enlarging the poster. (The rating is found a little to the left, below Voldemort's chin.)

LEGO Harry Potter sets now shown and sold on, links here!

Both site viewers and regular
Harry Potter fans may likely know
that the LEGO Harry Potter building sets
are now starting to become available
in most toy-selling stores.

but for those who wish to buy the sets,
and can't seem to find them, we have
decided to offer these links to the offered
sets. Below each set title is the link to the
LEGO set itself.

Hagrid's Hut:

The Burrow:

Quidditch Match:

Hogwarts Castle:

And finally,
Hogwarts Express:

Please note that the sets may not be able to be sold overseas from this site,
and is recommended for american buyers. There is no guarantee for international buyers.

Unconfirmed Harry Potter 5 plot spreadsheet released digitally!

This past Thursday,
A written sheet showing
varying plotpoints from
the fifth Harry Potter book
was released over the

It certainly appears to be
J.K. Rowling's handwriting,
but there has been no
confirmation that the digital
 copy of the sheet was
approved, or even made,
by her.

To view this image in its orginal enlarged size, double-click it, and it will appear at full size.

3-D version of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 scapped!

 Just yesterday, Warner Bros released a statement stating that the next Harry Potter movie, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, will not be released in full 3-D.

They did say that although they were
producing a separate3-D version of the film,
the project has been terminated.

"Despite everyone's best efforts, 
we were unable to convert the film in its entirety 
and meet the highest standards of quality,"

Harry Potter 7 directer David Yates had this to say: "This decision, which we completely support, underscores the fact that Warner Bros. 
has always put quality first."

 However, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 is still scheduled for both 2-D and 3-D adaptions, which will be released July 15, 2011.

LEGO Harry Potter sets now available in most US stores!

After a long space of time since the original announcement,
the all-new LEGO Harry Potter building sets are now available
for purchase in most LEGO-selling US stores.

Fans in other countries may or may not also have the sets by now.

About a dozen building sets are being released, not including those announced for 2011.

New High Quality Harry Potter 7 official posters released!

  Over the last three days, a stream of posters and pictures for the final two HP movies were released from Warner Bros through their official Harry Potter 7 twitter page.

To the left is a promotional poster of a battered and bruised
Harry Potter, with the caption behind him reading:
"Nowhere is safe."

To the right is another poster showing Hermione.

Finally is a poster of the trio running in the woods

We will continue to update our viewers with more reports as more photos are released.

ESRB releases official description of Harry Potter 7 part 1 video game!

To follow up on the news concerning the
Nintendo DS version of the newest
Harry Potter video game,
here is part of a description of the game
released by the ESRB onto their online site:

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 
                                                                                                        (Nintendo DS version).

 " action-adventure game in which players assume the role of Harry Potter
and his friends on a quest to find and destroy mystical objects and to defeat an evil force.

From a top-down perspective, players explore levels, solve puzzles, create potions,
and engage in magic battles against fantasy beings.

Players can cast spells with their wand to defeat enemies that disappear in a puff of smoke.
The storyline will sometimes reference murder (e.g., "a wizard killed the brother"),
and suicide, (e.g., "The second brother killed himself to join her in Death.").

For updates on any and all Harry Potter news, 
please continue to follow us as we cuntinue to 
report news as it becomes available!

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 game rating announced!

Thanks to some information leaked by the ESRB
that we discovered today, we can now confirm that
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 will be
rated Everyone 10+ for the Nintendo DS version of
the game. It is rated Everyone 10+
for mild fantasy violence.

For the following systems,
  • PlayStation 3,
  • Nintendo Wii,
  • Xbox 360,
  • and PC,
The game will be rated T (for teens), but there is currently no given indication why so.

Complete J.K. Rowling Oprah interview now on our site!

  After great effort, the complete J.K. Rowling interview
  with Oprah seen on national television this past Friday
  is now on our site.

  A 30 second ad of the interview is embedded into this

  The full and complete J.K. Rowling interview can be
  found via link here:

LEGO to release 2,000 piece Harry Potter building set for 2011!

Thanks to information leaked by a LEGO fansite and another Harry Potter fansite who attended LEGO's annual fan convention, BrickCon.

The picture to the left indicate a set which is planned for release in January 2011.

Based off of a location seen in the first and sixth
Harry Potter films, the Diagon Ally set will contain
over 2,000 LEGO bricks which, when all are put
together, re-create the buildings seen more specifically in the photo below.

Here is a set description from LEGO:
" Join Harry Potter,
Ron Weasley and
Hermione Granger
as they shop for their
Hogwarts school supplies.
Visit Ollivanders,
Borgin and Burkes,
and Gringotts Bank.

Each Diagon Alley building is realistically detailed. Ollivanders offers an extensive selection of wands, storage shelves, and a step ladder that allows Ollivander to gather wands from the top floor.
The front desk has an “exploding” function for those inconvenient times
when a spell goes awry. Borgin and Burkes includes a scary skeleton,
“glow-in-the-dark” elements, a fireplace attached to the Floo Network,
and a Vanishing Cabinet that Dark wizards might use to sneak into Hogwarts castle.

Gringotts Bank is an impressive two-story building with large double doors, and can be opened completely into one large building or closed to create one smaller building.
The bank’s interior features a removable vault, along with the Philosopher’s Stone,
a clerk’s desk, a chandelier and ‘wonky’ support pillars.

Site mainframe upgraded with new features!

 Thanks to some time and effort, new features have been
added to the main menu of our site.

The newly upgraded page now includes the following features:
  • An all-new slideshow feature, which displays random pics uploaded pics for seconds at a time.
  • A "pageviews" gadget, which shows viewers how many views this site has attracted within the last 30 days.
  • And finally, the top 3 most viewed posts of the month.
With these new changes now in place, it allows this site to become evermore appealing to any viewer, Harry Potter fan or not, who likes a stylish and interactive site like we do.

J.K Rowling's interview with Oprah now uploaded

Just yesterday, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling was
interviewed on the Oprah Winfrey show at 4:00 PM. EST.

Thanks to the internet and to helpful HP fans, copies of the
hour-long interview were uploaded to, where
we were able to get a copy.

The first nine and a half minutes of the interview are now
on our J.K. Rowling page. Although currently we only
have part one of the interview, the remaining segments will be uploaded to our site shortly.