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One Way. One Fate. One Hero

The movie is different than the other six already made in that there is no school element- no Quidditch, charms class, or pumpkin pasties this time. Instead, Harry, Ron, and Hermione depart on a Homer-esque journey of epic proportions to find

Inside Google Books: Pottermore and Google team up to enable Harry

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(Cross-posted on the Google Commerce blog)

When JK Rowling’s new website Pottermore opens its doors this Fall, we’ll provide services to help fans make the most of their ebook purchasing experience.

Pottermore and Google are teaming up to integrate Pottermore with a number of Google products and APIs. So when the series of Harry Potter ebooks launches on Pottermore.com in early October, these bestsellers will be available in the U.S. via the open Google eBooks platform. When you buy a Harry Potter ebook from Pottermore, you will be able to choose to keep it in your Google Books library in-the-cloud, as well as on other e-reading platforms.

Google eBooks can be read on most devices with a modern browser, through the Google Books apps for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, and on more than 80 ereaders.

Pottermore will be the exclusive place to buy Harry Potter ebooks and digital audiobooks. You’ll be able to buy ebooks from the Pottermore Shop, push them to your Google Books library and store them alongside your other Google eBooks. Your other Google eBooks may be purchased from any of more than 250 independent booksellers or from Google directly.

Also under this agreement, Google Checkout will be the preferred third party payment platform for all purchases made on Pottermore.com. When you visit the Pottermore Shop, you’ll be able to pay for your purchases using Google Checkout, in addition to using a debit or credit card.

The Pottermore team also plans to use YouTube for global video broadcasts in the future, as they did for JK Rowling’s announcement of Pottermore in June.

Stay tuned for more Pottermore and Google wizardry on the web this summer, leading up to when Pottermore opens.

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 | Confessions of a

Loved the look of Shell Cottage in the movie!

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(aka Part 1 of My Barking Mad Harry Potter Weekend)

Like all Potter fans I had really been looking forward to seeing “Deathly Hallows Part Two,’ and when it happened, wanted to do it right.  I started by watching some funny parody videos on YouTube.  Here are my faves, Tweet me a link if you know of some other good ones:

Harry Potter Friday Parody  by The Hillywood Show

Hallows Harry Potter Parody by iMandy

Like a G6 Parody (Like It’s Quidditch) by The Station (I think?)

I would have loved to have seen Part 1 in 3D immediately followed by Part 2 in 3D.  However, this option was only offered starting at 9:00 PM.  I wanted to be fully awake and alert for my viewing and preferred to go during the day.  Of course I pre-ordered our tickets – three (for Muggle Man, Ron, and myself) for Saturday afternoon.

Thursday I started a movie “countdown” by watching my “Order of the Phoenix” DVD.  Friday morning I picked up our tickets and that day I also watched “Half Blood Prince” and made sure I had all the ingredients to make Butterbeer Cupcakes.

Saturday morning Muggle Man and I watched “Deathly Hallows Part 1″ on DVD.  Ron and I donned our RIPT Apparel Limited Edition ‘Horcrux Collectors Club” Tees.”  We’d been saving them to wear to the movie!  I also had some Harry Potter-shaped 3-D glasses that I had ordered from the UK off eBay. 

Cute glasses, too bad they didn't work
Purely decorative “3-D” glasses

Unfortunately, when I tried them out at home they did not work.  I stuck them into my purse just in case, though. 

Our tickets were for the 2:00 3-D IMAX show.  We arrived at the theater about 1:15 PM.   There was already a line outside the IMAX theater, but at that point it wasn’t too bad.  There were maybe 30 people in front of us?  The way the line wrapped around, we were positioned in line right outside the theater door, with the first people in line between us and and the entrance.  I heard those people say that they had arrived at 12:45.  Several people commented on Ron’s my T-shirts, and/or asked where we had gotten them.

A little after 1:45 they started letting people into the theater.  We tried to figure out the best spot to sit.  We knew we wanted to be in the middle but weren’t sure how far up or down to go.  The people who had been first in line were slightly to the side on one row so I suggested that we sit in the middle of that row,  next to them.  I figured if they had stood in line that long to get those seats they must be good, he he.  I was very interested in experiencing an IMAX movie since I’d only seen a couple before, at science museums.

The screen lit up with the first of a couple of trailers.  They were SO LOUD I could not believe it.  I would have brought ear plus if I had known.  Poor Ron, who is very sensitive to loud noises, had his fingers in his ears.  I remembered that I had some ear plugs in my purse from the Taylor Swift concert Ginny and I had attended recently so I gave them to Ron (wishing that I had more for me!).  Thankfully once the actual movie started, it was not quite as loud (or maybe my ear follicles had been dulled enough by then that it didn’t seem as loud?!).  I put on my British fake 3-D glasses just to be sure they didn’t work.  Nope.

The movie kept me enthralled the whole time (didn’t check watch, etc.).  The only distraction was the kid next to me whosqueaked his drink straw up and down almost the whole time (grrrr).  The audience was pretty quiet for most of the movie, one funny incident was the first time Lord Voldemort was on the screen a little voice said, “Got your nose!” 

 I was glad that I had remembered to stick some tissues into my purse as I spent at least the half hour of the movie blowing my nose and dabbing at my eyes.  I really liked Part 1 and had been worried that Part 2 would somehow be a letdown.  I think I also was worried that the majority of the movie would be a violent, bloody battle.  I was not disappointed at all and I thought the battle was portrayed very well.  I really want to go see it again!

Darren Criss: Replacing Daniel Radcliffe, Heading to Broadway

Looking to make his Broadway debut, Darren Criss has been named as the replacement for Daniel Radcliffe’s character in “How to Succeed in Without Really Trying.”

Confirming the rumors, the 24-year-old “Glee” star will indeed tackle the job of J. Pierrepont Finch in the role made famous by the “Harry Potter” actor.

While Daniel is away for three weeks in January (3-22), Darren will hit the stage at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre offer his rendition of Finch in the revival.

This isn’t the first time Criss has riffed a Radcliffe role, as he first gained widespread recognitions for co-writing and starring in YouTube musical parodies “A Very Potter Musical” and “A Very Potter Sequel.”

Darren Criss to replace Daniel Radcliffe | PopWatch | EW.com


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Succeeding in business, it seems, is the easy part. Succeeding The Boy Who Lived might be a little trickier — but “Glee” star Darren Criss is up for the challenge.

It’s official: For three weeks this January, Darren Criss will take on the role of J. Pierrepont Finch in the Broadway production of How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying, a role currently played by Harry Potter‘s Daniel Radcliffe. After much speculation in recent weeks, the Al Hirschfeld Theatre confirmed in a release today that Criss will make his Broadway debut on Jan. 3, after Radcliffe’s run is over, and will continue his Broadway stint through Jan. 22.

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Criss riffing on a role made famous by Radcliffe — the 24-year-old crooner best known for his role as Kurt’s dreamy boyfriend Blaine on Glee, is the founder of StarKid productions, where he wrote and starred in the cult-hit YouTube serials “A Very Potter Musical” and “A Very Potter Sequel.”

PopWatchers, weigh in: Is Darren Criss aiming to become America’s chief Daniel Radcliffe impersonator? And will How To Succeed In Business continue its blockbuster run on Broadway, or will the magic leave with Harry?

Read more:
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Pottermore teams up with Google Books | Hogwarts Radio

Back in July 20, 2011, Google Books announced that they are teaming up with Pottermore to help distribute Harry Potter ebooks purchased on Pottermore.com.

On the Google Books blog:

Pottermore and Google are teaming up to integrate Pottermore with a number of Google products and APIs. So when the series of Harry Potter ebooks launches on Pottermore.com in early October, these bestsellers will be available in the U.S. via the open Google eBooks platform. When you buy a Harry Potter ebook from Pottermore, you will be able to choose to keep it in your Google Books library in-the-cloud, as well as on other e-reading platforms.

Google eBooks can be read on most devices with a modern browser, through the Google Books apps for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, and on more than 80 ereaders.

Pottermore will be the exclusive place to buy Harry Potter ebooks and digital audiobooks. You’ll be able to buy ebooks from the Pottermore Shop, push them to your Google Books library and store them alongside your other Google eBooks. Your other Google eBooks may be purchased from any of more than 250 independent booksellers or from Google directly.

Also under this agreement, Google Checkout will be the preferred third party payment platform for all purchases made on Pottermore.com. When you visit the Pottermore Shop, you’ll be able to pay for your purchases using Google Checkout, in addition to using a debit or credit card.

The Pottermore team also plans to use YouTube for global video broadcasts in the future, as they did for JK Rowling’s announcement of Pottermore in June.

Thanks to MuggleNet for the tip!

Pottermore teams up with Google Books | Hogwarts Radio | Harry

Back in July 20, 2011, Google Books announced that they are teaming up with Pottermore to help distribute Harry Potter ebooks purchased on Pottermore.com.

On the Google Books blog:

Pottermore and Google are teaming up to integrate Pottermore with a number of Google products and APIs. So when the series of Harry Potter ebooks launches on Pottermore.com in early October, these bestsellers will be available in the U.S. via the open Google eBooks platform. When you buy a Harry Potter ebook from Pottermore, you will be able to choose to keep it in your Google Books library in-the-cloud, as well as on other e-reading platforms.

Google eBooks can be read on most devices with a modern browser, through the Google Books apps for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, and on more than 80 ereaders.

Pottermore will be the exclusive place to buy Harry Potter ebooks and digital audiobooks. You’ll be able to buy ebooks from the Pottermore Shop, push them to your Google Books library and store them alongside your other Google eBooks. Your other Google eBooks may be purchased from any of more than 250 independent booksellers or from Google directly.

Also under this agreement, Google Checkout will be the preferred third party payment platform for all purchases made on Pottermore.com. When you visit the Pottermore Shop, you’ll be able to pay for your purchases using Google Checkout, in addition to using a debit or credit card.

The Pottermore team also plans to use YouTube for global video broadcasts in the future, as they did for JK Rowling’s announcement of Pottermore in June.

Thanks to MuggleNet for the tip!

Article source: http://www.hogwartsradio.com/pottermore-teams-up-with-google-books/

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Jerry Curl: Darren Criss in talks to replace Daniel Radcliffe in

In Glee-related news: Darren Criss might be succeeding Daniel Radcliffe as the lead in the Broadway musical revival How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, according to Criss’ rep.

If a deal is struck, Criss would replace the Harry Potter star — who plays the corporate ladder-climbing J. Pierrepont Finch — during a three-week stint from Jan. 3 to Jan. 22. As a result, Criss would reportedly miss shooting an episode and a half of Glee.

Before playing Glee‘s gay heartthrob Blaine Anderson, Criss first garnered attention in 2009 thanks to the Harry Potter parody A Very Potter Musical. Criss co-wrote the music and lyrics while attending the University of Michigan, and starred (and sang) as the titular teenage wizard.

Once the stage musical was posted on YouTube, it became a viral smash. And so, in a roundabout way, the 24-year-old actor is particularly qualified to take over for Radcliffe, who’ll return to making movies once his commitment to How to Succeed in Business ends in January.

Criss can next be seen in Glee: The 3D Concert Movie, which hits theaters on Aug. 12.

(Via EW)

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