Thursday, February 12, 2009

Hands that wrote famous Harry Potter Series is immortalised in Caithness stone in the Quadrangle of Edinburgh's City Chambers.

J.K Rowling, Author of Harry Potter series said "I was delighted to receive the Edinburgh Award, as this city and its wonderful inhabitants have meant so much to me for the last 15 years".

She also said in Edinburgh Guide that "I think it is particularly appropriate for a writer's hands to be represented, so I am deeply honoured to have my keyboard-chipped fingernails, not to mention my pen-induced friction callous, commemorated in the place where I produced Harry Potter."

For more read article in Edinburgh Guide.

Harry Potter Stars Daniel Radcliffe and Tom Felton visit David Holmes, Injured Stunt man

Dan leaves hospital after he visits the stunt man.

According to an article in Digitalspy, Dan and Tom went to hospital to meet stunt man who was injured.

Daniel Radcliffe who is an actor in Harry Potter movie and Tom Felton visit the stunt man David Holmes who was injured on the set of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows'.

Both actors visited him at a North London hospital on Tuesday.

David Holmes, injured stunt man is reportedly receiving specialist spinal care.

Radcliffe previously heaped praise on his stunt double, describing him as "an amazing gymnast".

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Emma Watson | BAFTA Awards 2009 Red Carpet Interview

Harry Potter and the half blood prince Regal Trailer

Best Fictional Sports We Want to See Played

Quidditch (Harry Potter)

In an article related Quidditch match, a game in Harry Potter reveals more at

Not to be a big old Harry Potter nerd (then again, who isn’t a closeted wannabe Hogwarts student) but how much would you love to go see a live Quidditch game? Combining the best of contact sports with flying broomsticks, four balls, clubs, and goal posts, Quidditch upstaged pretty much the entire rest of the plot in the Harry Potter films. And when a movie centers around a wizard prodigy, his mega evil nemesis that’s out to get him, and a school where you could get stuffed in a locker with the flick of a magic wand, that’s really saying something.

Rupert Grint's Interview about Deathly Hallows

He said in Hollywood Reporter that "It was always going to be quite tricky.

'Harry Potter's' a big thing really, so I've always known it's going to be pretty hard," Grint said.

Grint will start shooting this month on the final book of the seven in the "Harry Potter" series, which is being made as two films at Leavesden Studios in Watford.

"Fourteen months for Part 1(Deathly Hallows) and Part 2, more or less back-to-back.

It's going to be long, but it's going to be good I think, I really liked the book and the script," he said. "It's going to be quite a thing when it's over because it'll be half my life exactly.

For more read Hollywood

Monday, February 9, 2009

Emma Watson answers to media about his career and future when she attended BAFTA Awards

She said in that "Obviously I'm looking at universities and reading lots of scripts and meeting with producers and trying to make a good decision about what my next move should be.

"I might be going to America - I'm looking at schools over there - but obviously I'm waiting to hear, to find out where I've been accepted and if I've been offered a place. So nothing's been decided yet."

Emma Watson Travels in Written Britain - Emma Watson presenting at BAFTA Award