The latest movie adaptation of the Harry Potter series is released this week. Diehard HP fans can be the first to see Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One this Thursday night at the midnight showing.
Born James Smith, this person went on to star in nearly 40 films. He has also won two Grammy Awards out of seven nominations for narration. He has been awarded ten Audie Awards, a record, and holds the world record for most original recorded character voices at 146.
So you say that you've been following Harry, Ron, Hermione, and all the others since the beginning. You've cheered and cried, celebrated and grieved. You've practically memorized all the books, watched the movies dozens of times, listened to the music from the soundtracks until you could hum the entire score, and saved all your pennies for months to go to the theme park in Florida (the day it opened). You've dressed up as characters, rattled off trivia, and decorated at least part of your room with memorabilia.
Come on, admit it- ever since you read the Harry Potter books, you've been secretly wondering where your Hogwarts acceptance letter was. All of us that got wrapped up in Harry's world have certainly thought about what house we'd be sorted into or what kind of wand would chose us.
But thanks to a new interactive reading experience helmed by J.K. Rowling herself, we'll soon be able to follow Harry through the books in a way we've never dreamed of.
Hey teens! Looking for something fun to do this summer? On July 25th at 7 p.m., the Lone Jack Branch is hosting a Harry Potter Celebration! Come to the Hufflepuff House and help us celebrate the final installment of the Harry Potter films. We’re having a Harry Potter character costume contest and classes in herbology, defense against the dark arts, wand making, potions and charms.
So, you say that you’ve been following Harry, Ron, Hermione, and all the others since the beginning. You’ve cheered and cried, celebrated and grieved. You’ve practically memorized all the books, watched the movies dozens of times, listened to the music from the soundtracks until you could hum the entire score, and saved all your pennies for months so you could go to the theme park in Florida the day it opened.