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Thu, Jan. 8th, 2004, 09:09 am
con4cyn: (no subject)

This is kinda cool...
http://www.hpana.com/news.cfm?nid=17810&rss=091

I also saw the Gary Oldman as Sirius Black "Have you seen this Wizard?" poster on a black t-shirt Wednesday. I want it! Badly! It was at Hot Topic, and I'm going straight to the mall after work tomorrow to get it.

Wed, Jan. 7th, 2004, 05:23 am
con4cyn: (no subject)

Hmmm, interesting...

http://www.hpana.com/news.cfm?nid=17805

Mon, Dec. 15th, 2003, 05:16 pm
con4cyn: Uhh, already?

'Order of the Phoenix' movie rumors

Sun, Dec. 14th, 2003, 04:39 am
con4cyn: (no subject)

Sorry, I haven't been updating anything lately.

There have been a few updates with my HPANA syndication.

Harry looks for girls with screen magic

HUGE scans of the stars of Harry Potter

I was watching Sorceror's Stone on Cinemax tonight, and I can't help but laugh when I watch it know. Thanks to this! Everytime I saw Snape I kept thinking about how he kept looking at Harry like he's never seen him before in his life.
If you've seen the first and second movie at least once, then you'll get a kick out of these spoofs. Here's the one for Chamber of Secrets.

Wed, Dec. 10th, 2003, 08:10 am
con4cyn: Cuaron on Potter 3 and Newell on Potter 4

MEXICAN MUGGLE TOUCH

We will see the next ‘Harry Potter’ with the style of ‘Little Princess’ and ‘Great Expectations’, because now it was Alfonso Cuarón’s turn to print his Mexican mark in this Londoner world, full of magic and ghosts.

Just 40 minutes from London we can find the Leavesden Studios, a place which once worked as an aerodrome and which is now Harry Potter’s home. There, many sets for Prisoner of Azkaban, movie in which Harry, Hermione and Ron say goodbye to childhood and start dealing with teenage problems, have been made. Cuarón took advantage of this change and modified the characters’ look, creating a more contemporaneous appearance; he also selected Emma Thompson (professor Trelawney), Gary Oldman (Sirius Black) and Michael Gambon (Dumbledore) to join the cast.

To walk across the buildings and constructions that have given life to this saga is a sample of all the care that the art, direction and production teams have put to recreate J.K. Rowling’s books. The architecture is inspired in the city of Oxford; and in this occasion , some stages have been touched by the director’s Mexican spirit, who added some eagles devouring a serpent [just as in the coat of arms of the Mexican Flag) at the top of the Clock Tower.

Before watching how they filmed the scene “Harry receives his new broom”, we visited Hagrid’s hut, whose living room was full with armadillo cages, porcupines and more animals to give away a little more about his personality: here we were also able to visit his bedroom, a new set with a bed that has a giant’s proportions and which is decorated with a teddy bear. Another stop was Hogsmeade, the town in which students spend the weekends; and even though they didn’t exactly broke their heads to create it -- as it is the same one they used for Diagon Alley --, it’s astonishing to see the perfection they used for some stages, for example, Honeydukes. Every single candy, chocolate and sweet is real and is packed with the magical trademark’s seal.
Between secret passages, charmed books and Dementors, Prisoner of Azkaban is postulated as one of the most awaited movies for Summer, 2004.
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20 Mexicans that made it in 2003
Alfonso Cuarón
Cuarón spent a magical year, not only because of his Oscar nominee for Y tu mamá también’s script (between other recognitions he kept receiving for this movie, two years after its creation), but also because of his domain upon Hogwarts and Harry Potter’s world. He had a large shooting time with Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, which should be ready for June 2004. He also won an Emmy for his work as a director in the commercial Fish and he was executive producer of The Assassination of Richard Nixon.

Newell's article

He sees Goblet as “an absolute classic thriller. At the beginning, the antagonist, the anti-hero, the creature of supreme evil has a plan. He needs one tiny, tiny little thing from the boy: three drops of blood. Therefore he sets up this gorgeous piece of clockwork which will get him what he needs. And the boy, classically, starts, as all thriller heroes do, in complete ignorance, and then you watch him ratchet around until and he and the antagonist are in exactly the same place at the same time, knowing everything.” Asked if there is one section of the book that, as a filmmaker, is especially irresistible for him to tackle, he is very clear and excited. “Yeah, the big denouement, the big shootout at the end is very exciting, not least because the antagonist starts as a kind of horrible foetus wrapped up in a bundle of rags and has to become this great looming presence. You have to transform it.”

Tue, Dec. 9th, 2003, 10:32 am
con4cyn: Today's updates

There was an Interview with Emma Watson in the French magazine One, but there is also an interview with Tom Felton in the same issue.

Mike Newell talks about Goblet of Fire, which will start production in either April or May of next year.

Julie Walters (Mrs. Weasely) discuss her new movie, and her role in Prisoner of Azkaban.

And, apparently, the Prisoner of Azkaban trailer will be shown before LOTR: Return of the King on Dec. 17th. I would hope so. They're both produced from the same studio.

You guys might also like this Access Hollywood clip.

Mon, Dec. 8th, 2003, 11:15 am
con4cyn: (no subject)

Well, I've been thinking of creating this community for some time now. I thought I'd go ahead and give it a shot. I know there have been only 2 movies that have come out so far with the third one on the way, but I'd like discuss the movie with fans of them as well. I guess I could start off with a pretty basic question like, "How would you describe how close the filmmakers have come to being accurate with the books?"

I have to get going for work, so welcome to all who will join today. If any. :)

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