I had the chance to sit down with actress Bonnie Wright who plays Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter films, and she had a lot to say about growing up in film, her character stepping up and what she loves about the filmmaking process.
Welcome to another early edition of the Reject Report and this week we try and figure out the box office for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. All I gotta say is that trying to figure out the box office keeps on getting tougher and tougher.
Want to spend your school days living out a life of wonder and magic in the hallowed halls of Hogwarts? You might as well swallow poison and feed yourself to a lion now, because Hogwarts is nothing but trouble.
Daniel Radcliffe makes fun of Film School Rejects, then claims they are doing something incredibly different with the last two Harry Potter films. Plus, Emma Watson talks about being chased through the forest by Snatchers. I have no idea if that’s a Potter thing or if it’s wacky British slang for paparazzi.
You demanded it, so you’re going to get it. Since a remote tribe mistook Neil for their God, he’s still out of the country, so Quint from Aint it Cool will be our special guest on Reject Radio this week.
We’ve seen the evolution of this series from children’s films to beautiful pieces of cinematic art. Half-Blood Prince is the next step in the elevation and evolution of that art. Yates, the cast and the crew have done something fantastic.
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, the sixth such tale in the epic Potter series, is ready and waiting for Muggles around the world. But before we get to all of that wand-waving and wizardry, we have some first looking to do, courtesy of the folks at HBO.
I get the need to market, but there are just some films for which you don’t need 20+ original posters. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is one such movie, but spending all this money on marketing isn’t really going to help (or hurt) them at this point.
Little-known Indie darling Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince will be hitting art houses in select cities this summer, and filmmakers wanted to entice potential audiences with a little clip of an orphanage.
Warner Bros. has just hit us up with yet another new look at Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, a film that is still months away. And I was going to ignore it, to load the video into our player and save the posting for later — but then I watched this little featurette and it looks really cool.
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