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Rowling Concocts Post Potter Depression Remedies

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Harry Potter? to Cast Spell on Universal Orlando Resort

Orlando, Fla (PRWEB) June 7, 2007

Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Universal Orlando Resort are partnering to create the world’s first fully immersive Harry Potter themed environment based on the bestselling books by J.K. Rowling and blockbuster feature films from Warner Bros. Envisioned as a “theme park within a theme park” and titled “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter,” the new environment will become part of the experience within Universal’s Islands of Adventure theme park at the Universal Orlando Resort.

“Over the years we’ve received thousands of letters from fans around the world wishing they could visit Hogwarts and the wonderful locations described in each of J.K. Rowling’s beloved stories,” said Barry Meyer, chairman and CEO, Warner Bros. Entertainment. “Working with Universal Orlando Resort, we are confident that we’ll be able to provide Harry Potter fans with an incredible experience that upholds the richness of J.K. Rowling’s books and delivers on the authentic detail portrayed in our films.”

“We will rely on our company’s rich movie heritage and expertise in transforming film concepts into theme park entertainment experiences,” said Ron Meyer, president and COO, Universal Studios. “The Harry Potter stories are among the most compelling of our time. The millions of people who have read the books and seen the movies will now be able to experience the world of Harry Potter in person.”

Inspired by J.K. Rowling’s compelling stories and characters – and faithful to the visual landscapes of the films – “The Wizarding World of theme park Harry Potter” will provide a one-of-a-kind opportunity to experience the magical world of Harry and his friends. The fully immersive, themed land will enable guests to visit some of the most iconic locations found in the books and the films including the village of Hogsmeade, the mysterious Forbidden Forest, and even Hogwarts castle itself.

“The plans I’ve seen look incredibly exciting, and I don’t think fans of the books or films will be disappointed,” said J.K. Rowling.

“We have a profound sense of responsibility for the Harry Potter franchise at Warner Bros. Bringing the magic of J.K. Rowling’s written word to the motion picture screen was the first step in expanding this amazing and imaginative world. Working with Universal Orlando Resort to bring it to life in a physical environment that you can walk through, relax in and ride on is the natural next step for fans to experience and enjoy,” said Alan Horn, president and COO, Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Expected to open in late 2009, the new environment will feature immersive rides and interactive attractions, as well as experiential shops and restaurants that will enable guests to sample fare from the wizarding world’s best known establishments. Also debuting will be a state-of-the-art attraction that will bring the magic, characters and stories of Harry Potter to life in an exciting way that guests have never before experienced.

“We are going to devote more time, more money, more expertise and more executive talent from throughout our entire organization and creative team – as well as from Warner Bros., our partners – to ensure that this entire environment is second-to-none,” said Tom Williams, chairman and CEO, Universal Parks and Resorts.

Brad Globe, president of Warner Bros. Worldwide Consumer Products, added: “In Universal, we found the right partner whose unparalleled commitment will ensure that this is a world class destination. Their track record of success and the consistently high level of entertainment at all of their parks gave us the confidence to know that they will meet–or exceed– the extremely high expectations we all have for this project.”

The Academy Award-winning production designer Stuart Craig, who has worked to bring the world of Harry Potter to life in all of the feature films to date, leads the creative design for the area to ensure it remains faithful to the look and feel of the films.

“Our primary goal is to make sure this experience is an authentic extension of Harry Potter’s world as it is portrayed in the books and films,” said Craig. “I am very excited to be working closely with the Universal Orlando team to bring the area to life.”

The Universal Orlando resort destination (http://www.universalorlando.com) includes two dramatically distinct and adjacent theme parks, the Universal Studios motion picture and television theme park and Universal’s Islands of Adventure, Orlando’s most thrilling and exhilarating theme park. Universal Orlando also includes CityWalk, a 30-acre dining, shopping, club and live-entertainment venue as well as premier on-site Loews hotels and world-class film and television production facilities.

Harry Potter continues to be a global phenomenon. The series of books by author J.K. Rowling has been translated into 65 languages with more than 325 million copies sold in over 200 territories around the world. The films, produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, have grossed more than $ 3.5 billion at the box office worldwide. Each of the four Harry Potter films produced to date has the distinction of making it into the all time top 20 grossing films worldwide. The fifth film in the series, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix?, will be released in theatres on July 11, 2007.


Top Ten Most Memorable Harry Potter Moments

Now that the last Harry Potter movie has previewed, some fans are feeling a little disappointed that the phenomenon is over. All seven premiers of the movie broke box office records. Harry Potter fans have weighed in on their favorite moments.  Let’s take a look back at the top ten Harry Potter moments.

10. In the first movie, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s or Sorcerer’s Stone, Hagrid tells Harry that he is a wizard. It was an amazing revelation for an orphan that was stuck with foster parents that treated him very badly.

9. The first Quidditch match in the first movie, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone or Sorcerer’s Stone. The world premiere of the new game created by J.K. Rowling was a thrill for Potter fans.

8. The initial visit to platform 9 ¾ in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone or Sorcerer’s Stone.

The magic starts with the train ride to Hogwarts and the way they got to the train started it all.

7. The firework show by Fred and George in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. It was an exciting moment for the students at Hogwarts and the viewers.

6. When Hermione punches Draco in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Draco deserved a good punch in the face, but nobody expected it to come from sweet Hermione.

5. Harry’s first visit to Diagon Alley in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone or Sorcerer’s Stone. This was one of the most exciting parts of the Harry Potter series because we all got a look at the world of wizards.

4. The famous duel between Dumbledore and Voldemort in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. The duel that could never be matched until Harry dueled Voldemort.

3. Dobby’s sacrifice that led to his death in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows:  Part 1. The courageous actions of a grateful friend was a moving moment in the series.

2. When Professor Snape kills Dumbledore in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. This was a moment that made all Harry Potter fans gasp in horror.

1. The initial look at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone or Sorcerer’s Stone. Every viewer was completely drawn into the world of wizardry at this moment. It is one of the most amazing moments in cinema history.

These are the top ten Harry Potter moments. For over a decade, fans have been enjoying the wonderful wizard world of Harry Potter. The movies have been a large part of our lives and now it is over. In the last Harry Potter movie, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollow:  Part 2, the ending leaves you wondering whether it’s really over. Will the popularity of the series lead J.K. Rowling to continue the series with the next generation of wizards or will we have to relive the old Harry Potter moments. Did Harry Potter really defeat Lord Voldemort for good?

For more information on going on a Harry Potter Studio Tour or the popular Harry Potter Walking Tour why not check out Brit Movie Tours who are a London based tour company offering many other London film Locations tours.

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SALINE-MILAN: Calendar of events Oct. 6-13

SALINE-MILAN: Calendar of events Oct. 6-13
Harry Potter Fans in first through sixth grades are invited to the 2011 "Harry Potter Party." The program will offer games, crafts, trivia and refreshments. Participants are encouraged to wear a costume. Register for either date.
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Impressive Images of Harry Potter Fans

On July 7, 2011, thousands of London’s fans seemed in the fire with the integral event. This is the world premiere of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2”, the last episode of the Harry Potter series at Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square. Moreover, fans Sydney and New York were said to be brave before the extreme weather to attend the premiere of the final installment in the billion-dollar wizarding franchise. Some fans were determined to stand for waiting on the rising temperatures, prompting a heat advisory for New York City lasting until tonight. Here is the series of impressive images we compiled about Harry Potter fans around the world. Some of them prefer transform into Harry Potter and his smart girl Hermione to dream like Mad-Eye Moody while others who like made an impression will desire to turn into Voldemort.


London Britain 2011

Thousands of fans are not concerned about the rain or the unusual weather to gather in the Tralfagar square waiting until the release date of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows 2. This last episode was first premiered in the UK, even before North America


London Britain 2011

Harry Potter fans enthralled with watching a flying broom used in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows 2 in an exhibition held at the South Bank – London


Orlando, Florida US 2011

A guest visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universals Studio was asked to select an item at the shop named Ollivanders. This is a fairly common thing with visitors who visit the Wizarding World of Harry Potter


Middlebury, Vermont, US 2010

Quidditch is described as a very rough, but extremely popular, semi-contact sport, played by wizards and witches around the world and has become famous from Harry Potter book series. Thanks to this blockbuster, the game became the favorite sport at Middlebury School in 2005.

When this picture was taken, the tournament with 12 teams was officially launched in North America


Mexico City, Mexico 2010

To show their admiration, their love for both the books and movies of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Premiere, a man decided to transform himself into Voldemort – the greatest enemy of Harry Potter


Sydney, Australia 2007

The people of Sydney decided to devote a special train which took excessive fans of the series and this movie to a secret location in the launch of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows


Singapore 2007

Andi Tan, 29, who was a crazy Harry Potter’s fan in the Lion Island, became more famous when dressing the same as Alastor “Mad-Eye” Moody in the release event of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows


Kiel, German 2003

The trio young fans reading German version Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix before a locomotive powered by steam – a common means of transportation in this blockbuster. At that time, Harry Potter was said to be the “best seller” in Germany


London, Britain 2001

Two young Harry Potter waiting in front of the theater during the day the first episode of an 8-episode series named Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone was released


Impressive Images of Harry Potter Fans


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LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle : Hot Christmas Gift For 2010

The incredible and much anticipated saga of has finally arrived and will be another box office hit. The story is about Harry races against time and evil to destroy the Horcruxes, he uncovers the existence of three most powerful and formidable objects in the wizarding world: the Deathly Hallows. Voldemort’s power is growing stronger. He has control over the Ministry of Magic and Hogwarts. Harry, Ron and Hermione decide to finish Dumbledore’s work and find the rest of the Horcruxes to defeat the Dark Lord. But little hope lingers for the Trio, and the rest of the Wizarding World, so everything they do must go as planned.

LEGO on the other hand, commemorates this all-time favorite movie with new toy launches that will please and delight the most ardent Harry Potter fans: from children of age 8 to 14 years and even adults who would love as much as the children.

Over the years, LEGO is well-known for its reputation of great quality and fun with creations of toys from well-liked movies such as Star Wars, Prince of Persia, Batman and Harry Potter. Each LEGO movie toy corresponds to a scene from these famed movies all the way to the minute details.

This year, LEGO has certainly released the largest Harry Potter set known as the . This set has over 1290 LEGO pieces, 3 manuals and 11 Harry Potter LEGO mini-figurines. The castle is grandeur and exceptionally detailed all the way to Gryffindor’s Sword in Professor Dumbledor’s room as well as Sirius Black’s face in Gryffindor’s common room. It is so detailed that you will find Tom Riddle’s book hidden in a suit of knight’s armor. Not only that, you will find the restricted library of Hogwarts Castle along with the Astronomy Tower and Vanishing Cabinet in this set.


The LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle contains some of the most famed mini-figurines such as Harry Potter, Hermione Grange, Lord Voldemort, Albus Dumbledore, Professors Snape, McGonagall, Flitwick, Argus Filch and his cat, Mrs. Norris, and 2 Dementor mini-figurines.

This larger LEGO set will require some hours to put them together, however when you had finished putting them together, the sense of achievement is unbelievable and heart-warming. You will certainly need a larger working space and be watchful over small kids and animals as there are quite a lot of small pieces. One shortcoming to this set is the absence of Ron Weasley. You can however get this mini-figurine from the LEGO Harry Potter Hagrid’s Hut set and it is tagged at an affordable mid-range price. Other interesting LEGO Harry Potter sets released this year are Quidditch Match, Freeing Doby, The Burrows, and the Hogwart’s Express Train Set.

Overall, the set is a great set for the LEGO collectors as well as the Harry Potter fans all over the world. Once the castle is built, there will be plenty of time for role-playing and great fun with several mini-figurines that ship with this set. The castle is big enough to play inside the rooms with lots of accessories from the movies.

Especially with the release of the movie not long ago, the craze for Harry Potter is escalating, this set will certainly be in high demand during this incoming festive holidays. Stores have been reporting to have sold out this popular LEGO sets, so get yours before they disappear off the shelves!

Whether you are intrigued to buy this LEGO set for your children or you are an experienced collector of Harry Potter LEGO sets or you would like to know More Ideas and Reviews of Other Top 10 Toys, you are welcome to visit http://www.childrenniche.com


Steph T. is a Toy Reviewer to Assist People in Choosing the Best-Selling Toys that Delight Their Little Loved Ones especially Xmas is Coming. For More Ideas and Reviews of Other Top 10 Toys, you are welcome to visit http://www.childrenniche.com.

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GMIPoll: Only One Third of Harry Potter Fans Say the Boy Wizard Will Live to a Ripe Old Age

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) July 17, 2007

The death of Harry Potter J. K. Rowlings has already admitted that two main characters will perish in the final installment of the Harry Potter series. Most speculation is centered squarely on Harry: Will he make it through the series unscathed, or will he meet his doom? That’s exactly what we asked Harry Potter readers. Only nine percent say Voldemort will kill the young hero. A little more than half (52 percent) say Potter sacrifices himself so Voldemort can be killed. Two percent say he falls off his broom and dies (maybe by a stray bludger?) A little over a third (34 percent) say Potter will survive the series and die of old age.

A few (1 percent) predict that Potter is immortal and never dies. The GMIPoll, powered by global market intelligence solutions provider GMI (Global Market Insite, Inc.), surveyed 509 Harry Potter readers online in the U.S. using GMI’s permission based GlobalTestMarket consumer panel. The survey was conducted from July 14th to 15th, 2007. All participants were paid for their opinions.

Is Albus Dumbledore really dead?

The mighty wizard Albus Dumbledore was killed at the end of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, book six in the series. The controversial ending had many scratching their heads. Did Potter’s mentor, one of the most powerful wizards in the series, just die? Even after Dumbledore’s funeral, only 25 percent of readers were convinced. The rest, a full 75 percent say Dumbledore is still alive.

Is Severus Snape evil incarnate or simply misunderstood?

Snape kills Dumbledore at the end of book six, but does that mean he’s loyal to the Death Eaters? We already know that most readers believe Dumbledore is still alive, but what does that mean for Snape? Is he a spy for the good guys? Forty-eight percent say he’s good, but more than half (52 percent) say Snape is evil.

Harry Potter Vs. Lord Voldemort

This seemed like an easy question: will Harry Potter kill his arch nemesis Lord Voldemort? Most (77 percent) say Potter will kill Voldemort, while 23 percent say Potter will fail in his quest.

Harry Potter 8: The Post-Hogwarts Years?

Rowling has maintained that Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is the last in the seven-book series, but she is keeping the door open slightly. While she did say that another Potter book is unlikely, she also said “never say never” after a huge petition circulated over the internet called “Save Harry”. Most Potter readers polled (54 percent) say they believe Rowling when she says it’s strictly a seven-book series. Forty-six percent say you’ll see more of Harry after book seven. The Potter series made Rowlings the world’s first billionaire author, and we’ll have to wait and see if she can permanently walk away from the wildly popular franchise.

Searching for spoilers

Few books have been held under such tight pre-release security as those in the Harry Potter series, but leaks are inevitable. Already spoilers abound for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, but how many want to know the ending before reading the book? Almost 75 percent say they would not read spoilers. The rest (26 percent) say if they haven’t already started scouring the internet, they soon will.

Buying Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Even with all the hype surrounding Harry Potter, most people say they won’t get the book the day it comes out. Thirty-five percent say, “I’m in no hurry. I’ll pick up the book when I have time.” Twenty-five percent have pre-ordered the book and are having it mailed, which means it will likely get to them a day or two after the book goes on sale. Nine percent say they pre-ordered the book, but will wait in line and pick up the book opening day at 12:01 am sharp on July 21st, 2007. Fourteen percent say they will wait in line hoping to get a copy when the book goes on sale. Ten percent say they will borrow the book from a friend. Two percent say they will check it out at the library.

Those who are really excited about the book are not alone. Twenty-three percent of Harry Potter readers say they are so excited that they plan to start reading at 12:01 am the day the book goes on sale.

About GMI

GMI (Global Market Insite, Inc.) manages one of the largest consumer panels in the world. This unique online community consists of more than 14 million people in over 200 countries taking part in online surveys for market research purposes. In exchange for their opinions on new products and services, registered panelists are rewarded with MarketPoints, which are redeemable for local currency. Membership is complimentary. To join GMI’s global consumer panel, please visit us online at http://www.globaltestmarket.com. For more information on GMI, please go to http://www.gmi-mr.com or email us at info @ gmi-mr.com.


Harry Potter Fans Unveil PotterParties.com, International Database of Midnight Book Release Parties

New York City, NY (PRWEB) May 18, 2005

Fans of J.K. Rowling’s bestselling Harry Potter series unveiled PotterParties.com today, the ultimate fan resource for listing, finding and planning events celebrating the release of the sixth book in the blockbuster series, “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.”

As fans around the world prepare to return to Hogwarts with Harry, Ron, Hermione and their friends, bookstores around the world are planning events to commemorate the publication of this special book. Millions of fans will gather at bookstores to get their copies at the stroke of midnight on July 16, 2005, celebrating with special parties and themed activities.

PotterParties.com allows bookstores to list their midnight Potter parties for free, and gives fans unique access to the locations and details of the Potter Parties near them. It’s a bookstore’s ultimate promotion, and a fan’s ultimate convenience.

“We wanted fans to be able to have all the information about this special night at their fingertips,” said B.K. DeLong, the site’s technological director. “It’s important to fans to be able to celebrate the release of this book as completely as possible.”

To that end, Potter Parties has included everything a Potter fan or bookstore needs to throw a great Potter party: a tremendous list of Potter-related activities, recipes and decorations, links to costumes and supplies and much, much more. Fans can discuss the upcoming event at linked forums, while bookstore managers can list every detail about what will be available at their store, putting large chains and independent booksellers on equal footing when attracting potential customers.

Over the two months remaining before the release of the book, the site will be updated with hundreds of party locations, advanced searching techniques listing all the big chain bookstore’s information, options to upload pictures and reports from the fans’ respective parties, and more.

“To a Harry Potter fan, the night before the release of a book is like New Year’s Eve,” said Melissa Anelli, editorial director of the site. “This site makes it easy for fans to choose exactly how to celebrate this momentous release, and supplies bookstores and parents with easy and safe ideas on how to make it truly special.”

PotterParties.com also marks a very special and unprecedented collaboration of Potter fans. Webmasters from all over the Harry Potter fandom joined forces to make sure fans knew about this special service. The content management system powering the site was built from scratch by Nick Poulden, the programmer for The Leaky Cauldron (http://www.the-leaky-cauldron.org/) and the Floo Network (http://www.floo-network.org/) team of Web sites (which includes the Leaky Cauldron, the Harry Potter Lexicon, Quick Quotes and the Hogwarts Galleries), and the Cauldron Shop (http://www.thecauldronshop.com/). It was also constructed in association with HPANA (http://www.hpana.com/).

“We were already working to develop a way for fans to find local events at large U.S. bookstore chains through a simple ZIP code search,” said Jeff Guillaume of HPANA. “When we heard that all the fan sites were getting together to support PotterParties.com, we immediately began working to roll our technology into the service.”

Webmasters from MuggleNet (http://www.mugglenet.com/), the Harry Potter Lexicon (http://www.hp-lexicon.org/), Quick Quotes (http://www.quick-quote-quill.org/), the Hogwarts Galleries (http://www.hogwarts-gallery.org/, The Cauldron Shop), Veritaserum (http://www.veritaserum.com/), Harry Potter Fan Zone (http://www.harrypotterfanzone.com/), DanRadcliffe.com (http://www.danradcliffe.com/) and DanRadcliffe.co.uk (http://www.danradcliffe.co.uk/) are also sponsors of the site. The site is open to additional affiliate relationships with other Potter fan sites.

Four of the participating sites (The Leaky Cauldron, MuggleNet, HPANA and the Harry Potter Lexicon) have been honored with Potter author J.K. Rowling’s “Fan Site Award,” while representatives from the Leaky Cauldron and MuggleNet were recently chosen by the author to travel to Edinburgh to conduct an exclusive interview with her during publication weekend.

To learn more about Potter Parties, visit http://www.potterparties.com/

Potter Parties is the ultimate location for news, information and details about worldwide events, parties and activities surrounding the launch of the sixth book in the blockbuster “Harry Potter” series. The site was conceived and created by the Leaky Cauldron (http://www.the-leaky-cauldron.org/) and the Floo Network (http://www.floo-network.org/) of Web sites, and constructed in association with HPANA (http://www.hpana.com/), as a rebirth of “Meet Up and Read In” (MUARI.org), which was developed for the release of book five, “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.”

Event listings include information about store openings and closings, games, contests/prizes at each event, the prices of the book in hardback/on cassette/on CD, and other details of interest. The site also includes sections for special themed activities, decorations, recipes, costumes and more.

The goal of Potter Parties is to empower the Harry Potter fan with as much information as possible, to make their July 16, 2005, experience one they will remember forever.


B.K. DeLong

Technological Director, Potter Parties


Melissa Anelli

Editorial Director, Potter Parties


Web: http://www.potterparties.com/

E-mail: press@potterparties.com

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