Now that all seven books have been released, JK Rowling has lots of information in her boxes and boxes of notes – and wants to do something with them! Jo has stated on numerous occassions that she has every intention of creating a Harry Potter encyclopedia for fans. This page will follow all of the latest developments in the publication.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 fell to No. 2 at the box office this weekend, the first time it has not held the top spot since its November 19 release here in the United States.
Overseas, the film remained No. 1 pulling in $54.4 million and bringing the international total to $469.1 million. Domestically, the film made $16.7 million, bringing the total here to $244.2 million.
Keep this in the rumor category for now, but we want to share it with you because visitors in the past have scooped trailer release info.
MuggleNet visitor and tipster Brandon tells us the first trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 will be released Tuesday, January 24th.
Though we couldn’t peg any film that the trailer may be attached to, a Part 1 and 2 trailer was released about five months before Part 1 was released. So a trailer six months ahead of Part 2 would roughly follow procedure.
After 24 days at the box office, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 has made $257.7 million here in the United States.
The penultimate Potter film passed Despicable Me to become the sixth highest-grossing movie of 2010. Its 24-day tally makes it the second-highest of the franchise, behind only Half-Blood Prince.
A version of the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 video game is now available for Potter fans who own a Blackberry.
According to report the graphics and gameplay are fairly decent.