Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is the second chapter of Harry Potters journey to becoming a wizard. After his parents were murdered by an evil wizard named Voldemort he was forced to stay with his uncle Vernon and aunt Petunia. The Dursley's kept him locked in his room and forbid him from talking to his friends and going to Hogwarts the school of Witchcraft and Wizardry. On the night of Harry's birthday, Harry returns to his room to find an elf that warns Harry not to go back to Hogwarts. But that night Ronald Weasley and his brothers show up and rescue Harry to take him to Hogwarts.
Harry Potter goes to Hogwarts to attend classes and practice Quidditch. His school year is than interrupted by a terrible evil that wreaks havoc upon Hogwarts. Harry feels it is his job to solve the mystery behind the Chamber of Secrets before anyone is hurt. Harry, Ron, and Hermione aren't sure what they are getting into but it may be more than they can handle alone. Even with their friends and knowledge from their new classes, conquering this new evil may be harder than they thought. The evil villain is bigger and more evil than ever before.
This movie shares the tale of three friends conquering the forces of evil and shows that anything is possible if you put your mind to it. Harry Potter is a series any age can enjoy. With many twists and puzzles this series keeps you on your toes and excited for what could happen next. It can be funny, it can be scary, and it can also be moving at times. The graphic arts behind the spells and background in the movie are beautiful and amazing. With new characters and new enemies this story gets more exciting with every minute that passes.
A few years ago, after JK Rowling finished the last of her "Harry Potter" novels, the author revealed a character secret to fans: Albus Dumbledore, headmaster of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, was gay. The reaction to this news was sometimes positive, sometimes negative...but just recently, Rowling took the time to respond to a fan who had a less than positive response. "Thank you for writing Harry Potter," the fan tweeted at Rowling. "I wonder why you said that Dumbledore is gay because I can't see him in that way.
Poor Ron Weasley! The "Harry Potter" character (played by Rupert Grint in the films) can't seem to catch a break when it comes to his creator, author J.K. Rowling. First, in 2011, Rowling admitted she very seriously considered killing Ron off entirely. "I planned from the start that none of them would die," she told star Daniel Radcliffe in a special "Deathly Hallows, Part 2" featurette. "Then midway through, which I think is a reflection of the fact that I wasn't in a very happy place, I started thinking I might polish one of them off.
Most people who have read the "Harry Potter" series - minus those that called for the book to be banned, of course - know that there are a lot of good life lessons wrapped up in all those pages. A new study published in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology is now saying that J.K. Rowling might be imparting more wisdom and temperance than we realize within her words. In fact, reading "Harry Potter" may give one a more positive attitude toward minorities. The study involved 34 Italian 5th graders, who evaluated their feelings toward immigrants.
"Harry Potter" fans... Are you ready? After years of work and anticipation, Universal Studios in Florida is finally prepped to open its doors to its newest, literary-based theme park: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley. Guests can visit The Leaky Cauldron pub, shop to their heart's content among infamous Diagon Alley, and take a roaring journey through Gringotts on a new roller-coaster ride charting the goblin-employing bank. Fans will recognize new names and places provided by author J.
It seems like such a simple film, according to its synopsis: “While attending a party at James Franco's house, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel and many other celebrities are faced with the apocalypse.” No big deal, right? Straight forward. Intriguing. And yet, this trailer can go down as one of the most action-packed and hysterically funny in ages. Note: This is most definitely hilarious, but not safe for workplace viewings. Unless you work at a really cool place. This film (which Seth Rogan cleverly drew attention to in his April Fools joke) boasts just about everything you can imagine.
The acting community mourns a big loss today in actor Richard Griffiths, who died at 65 from complications of heart surgery. Though Griffiths had over 100 film and television roles to his name, it was his role as grumpy Uncle Vernon Dursley in the “Harry Potter” series that made him instantly recognizable to universal audiences. Daniel Radcliffe released a heartfelt statement on the death of his cast mate, who also starred beside him on stage in Equus. "Richard was by my side during two of the most important moments of my career," Radcliffe said in a statement.
Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) to Star in New CBS Comedy! “Harry Potter” fans rejoice! Rupert Grint (your beloved Ron Weasley) is coming to an American television near you! Grint has landed the lead role in CBS’s upcoming comedy “Super Clyde”. The show is being written by Greg Garcia, the man behind such series as “Raising Hope”, “My Name is Earl”, and “Yes, Dear”. In it, Grint will play Clyde, a gentle, well-meaning, yet peculiar fast-food worker who decides he wants to become a super hero.