Can’t get enough of fan-made “Potter” parodies? Well, if you’re in the Denver area, you’re in luck because “The Heirs of Hogwarts: An Improvised Adventure” is returning to the Bovine Metropolis Theater.
We posted last weekend about the exclusive Gilderoy Lockhart audio clips that Pottermore revealed during their panel at Orlando’s “A Celebration of Harry Potter,” and those clips have now been officially added to the Pottermore site!
If you’re a Potter fan who lives in or around Los Angeles, we’ve got an exciting opportunity to tell you about! Gary Oldman, who played Sirius Black in the Harry Potter films, will be appearing on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on February 17, and the website 1iota is offering free tickets to the taping!
“Kill Your Darlings,” starring Daniel Radcliffe as poet Allen Ginsberg, will be available on Blu-ray and DVD in the US on March 18. The film follows Ginsberg through a critical year of college at Columbia University, where he meets fellow students Jack Kerouac and William S. Burroughs and becomes involved in a scandal surrounding the death of David Kammerer.
Daniel Radcliffe’s magazine cover for the New York Times Magazine was recently nominated for an American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) Award. The black and white cover, which was published in October 2013, was nominated alongside 55 other covers in the “Entertainment and Celebrity” category.
A poll has opened up on a website called “Best Things on Earth” to decide the “Best Fandom on Earth.” The Harry Potter universe is of course on the list, and at this moment, the fandom ranks in top place. There are not many votes, however, between all of the different fandoms.
A team of students from DePaul University and University of Michigan have created a Quidditch virtual reality game, called Oculus Quidditch, which allows players to simulate what it’s like to play the famous wizarding game. The game was created during MHacks, a marathon of programming where students work around the clock for an entire weekend attempting to complete ambitious coding projects.
Ralph Fiennes is due to take part in a Q&A session in Oxford, UK, after a screening of his new movie, “The Invisible Woman,” this Saturday (February 1). Ralph, who both stars as Charles Dickens and directs the movie, will be answering questions at the Phoenix Picturehouse Cinema, Walton Street, Oxford.