Saturday, March 31, 2007
If you wanna pay less, you should pre-order at your nearest store as most of city's bookstores (Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Chandigarh) had started HPDH's pre-ordering. So, order now and save upto 25% .
In this interview, some small hints are given like Phoenix will run under two and a half hours and be the shortest film so far and David Yates might return to direct the sixth one.
- Cover - Emma
- Cover- Dan
- Articles- Album
Image Source and News Tip: TLC
Friday, March 30, 2007
As you all know, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows will be released on 21st July in India. So, MuggleIndia Blog now gives you special price list, so you can know how much you'll have to pay to know Harry's fate.
- Paper Back - Rs. 795
- Hardcover - Rs. 975
- Deluxe - Rs. 1125
Note: It is not exact price, price may increase till the release day.
If you want to save upto 25%, you can pre-order HPDH in:
- NBC India (List price- 960, There Price - 720, you save 25% / edition hardcover)
- First and Second (List price- 975, there price - 780, you save 20% / edition hardcover)
Note: MuggleIndia doesn't guarantees security/ or content quality of the above sites. Readers discrimination is adviced.
We have all of them in very high-resolution. Take a seat and enjoy!
|Order of the Pheonix- Portraits|
To view in highest resolution, click on "Download Largest Photo" in right corner of Picasa Web Album.
Image Sources: TLC
Thursday, March 29, 2007
Yes Guys, a big news today! Take a seat before you procede, as Deathly Hallows cover-art is released. The cover art reveals several thing's answers and well-as some unanswered questions.
UPDATE: Bloomsbury also announced today that the UK edition (and possibily Indian Editon also) will be 608 pages long and ₤ 17.99 in price.
This price is something that will surely loose around Rs. 1000 from your parents pocket (and the price will be not less than 900 as HBP was Rs. 895, so price may also rise as up as Rs. 1550 , so parents, put your fingers crossed!).
The US version of the book will have 784 pages, making it longer than GOF.
Click on the pic to view that damn mysterious cover-arts:
Thursday, March 8, 2007
And The Harry Potter series has received a nomination under "Favorite Book" at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards. You can vote here .
Wednesday, March 7, 2007
However, it is still unknown whether this merchandise will be released in India or not, however, you can still get this OOTP mechandise by online-shopping at Ebay.in
Tuesday, March 6, 2007
So, Here's some main cool plot details from all 4 reviews (remember, I've no idea about the movie yet as I haven't seen it. So, these are most possible plot details from the above reviews. )
BIG SPOILER, select to view :-
- Film starts same as book (with Dementors attack)
- Dursleys are given short time in the movie but all 3 or 5 minutes are awesome.
- Tonks is not so cool and is quite different as book.
- The flight through London is awe-inspiring.
- Moody on his specialised broom is superb.
- Grimmauld place is grim and the Black family tapestry is enormous.
- Lupin's on-screen time is too short .
- Michael Gambon is now a bit calm and gives a tinge of Richard Harris. He's improving.
- Luna is damn good.
- Imelda Staunton's Dolores Umbridge is simply one of the most evil creations you will ever wish to see.
- The DA scenes are handled superbly .
- The Harry and Cho's kiss is not just a kiss but a full make-out session. (But not too much showing )
- Scenes with Hagrid and Grawp are a tad long, but good.
- Twins exit from Hogwarts is 10 on 10.
- Big difference from the book is Grawp saving Harry and Hermione from Umbridge and the centaurs but Imelda's face as shes flung into the trees in a picture.
- The BIG fight is a masterpiece .
- The fight scene is the coolest one and most matching to the book.
- Death scene is too emotional.
Overall MuggleIndia gives this flick as 7 and a half out of 10 and a PG-13 (U/A) rating.
Monday, March 5, 2007
This video is not hosted at MuggleIndia blog. Courtesy: YouTube, thanks Meli for posting it on YouTube.
In another post, I told you that GoF might not be premiered at Pogo. But I have no source regarding this news yet, so please consider it as a rumor.
Sunday, March 4, 2007
With so many tentpoles, the battle for screens will be intense.
"We'll have between 6,000 and 7,000 on 'Ocean's' and over 10,000 on 'Harry' but that's going to be a challenge because there are so many incredible films coming."
Saturday, March 3, 2007
As a publicist tells us, he as signed for both Half-Blood Prince and Deathly Hallows. So, I think most of you must be happy!
HBP's shoot will start this year around September-October.
Friday, March 2, 2007
Harry Potter grabs no.4 in the spot (not really very cool news), but however, the list shows this:
1) Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen 20%
2) Lord of the Rings - JRR Tolkein 17%
3) Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte 14%
4) Harry Potter books - J K Rowling 12%
5) To Kill A Mockingbird - Harper Lee 9.5%
6) The Bible 9%7) Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte 8.5%
8) 1984 - George Orwell 6%
9) His Dark Materials - Philip Pullman 6%
10) Great Expectations - Charles Dickens .55%
Thanks Mugglenet for the tip.
Thursday, March 1, 2007
Courtesy: YouTube (this video is not hosted at this blog)