In this preview of one of the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 Blu-Ray extras, the Boy Who Finished His Saga expounds on his theory: that Potter is richer than both Star Wars and Star Trek.
Put your headphones on, because this supercut of movie characters—in films like Terminator 2, Toy Story, Mars Attacks and Transformers—telling each other to shut up is most definitely not safe for work.
Sorry, Hermione—you're not everyone's favorite Harry Potter character are all. Because after 70,000 votes were cast in a survey run by Bloomsbury, the books UK publisher, 20% of the votes went to ... Severus Snape!
If you've seen the Harry Potter series—and maybe a dozen of us haven't—you probably enjoyed the epic battle between Harry and He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named. But someone else has a different finale in mind.
If you made your own commercial Star Wars movie now (we're not talking those fan films), George Lucas would eat your lunch. But it wasn't always that way. In fact, under earlier copyright law, the 1977 film A New Hope would have apparently lost protection in 2005. So how did we get here?
Harry Potter is one of Hollywood's most successful movie series, earning Warner Bros. critical acclaim and seven and a half billion dollars. Now the studio wants to do it all over again—this time with Stephen King's The Stand. And Harry Potter will be a big part of it.
You know those spinning newspaper front pages that've been in movies and on TV for like forever? They've been a sci-fi staple as...
Image of the Day: Complete Harry Potter saga—condensed!
David Copperfield says you probably know him from "magic," but if you skew on the younger side, you probably don't know him at all. He was a popular illusionist in the '80s and '90s who could make trains and the Statue of Liberty disappear with nothing more than dramatic hand gestures and comically overactive eyebrows.
If you've ever wanted to attend Harry Potter's Hogwarts School of Wizardry and Magic, you can't. It doesn't exist. But even if it did, you might have a problem. It's probably more spendy than you can afford.