Mugglenet.com has posted the first promotional poster for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2. It shows Harry and Voldemort separated by the Elder Wand. Check out the full image by clicking smaller image above. Continue reading
Earlier today, Warner Bros. released the first deleted scene from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 in anticipation for its April 15th release. The scene shows only two characters: Harry Potter and his aunt Petunia Dursley, and for fans of the books I have to say that this scene is a real treat. The scene between Harry and the Dursley’s in book seven is important to the final developments of each character, and helps to close the relationship with the Dursley’s that the reader has shared with Harry for seven years. The movie glazed over the departure of the Dursley’s due to time constraints, but this scene might feel reassuring to those of us who needed the same closure that the book provided.
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Yesterday, March 22, actor and comedian William Shatner celebrated his 80th birthday. And damn, does he look good! To celebrate the occasion Mr. Shatner, now staring in CBS’ “Shit My Dad Says”, held an “International Talk Like William Shatner Day” video contest on his website with partners ThinkGeek and TrekMovie.com.
Today, Warner Bros. released the first sneak peak of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 ahead of when it was going to air on ABC Family this weekend. New scenes include a closer look at the dragon and a view from inside Gringotts bank, plus other spoilers that I will not reveal here in case you haven’t read the books.
Writer Arianna Reiche has posted a very interesting article over at ihollaback.org about women in the gaming world. If you are an online gamer, be it PC or Xbox Live, this is definitely a great article to read. You may agree with her, or you may not, but she points out the treatment of women online as compared to men, and that no woman should have to hide who they are while enjoying WoW or any other online game. Also, make sure to visit fatuglyorslutty.com and check out some of the stories.