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Micah: Because it's about time we did our own Audio Fanfics on this show, and we're just under one month away from the release of Half-Blood Prince, this is MuggleCast Episode 175 for June 16th, 2009.

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Andrew: Welcome, everyone, to Episode 175. It's sort of a landmark episode, I guess, right?

Jamie: Yeah.

Andrew: Because it's another quarter of a hundred complete. Jamie's here, Eric's here, Laura, Micah. Hey everyone!

Jamie: Feels like the old days.

Laura: Hey!

Andrew: I know...

Eric: Aw.

Andrew: We all jumped on Skype...

Laura: This is old school.

Andrew: was like we were living in Episode 20 again. It's wonderful. The days of books about to come out and many a film yet to be seen.

Jamie: Events coming up and...

Andrew: Axnd Skype 1.0.

[Everyone laughs]

Jamie: And Audacity.

Laura: Audacity! [laughs]

Andrew: Audacity. [laughs]

Jamie: Eric, you're...

Eric: Hey, I'm still using Audacity!

[Everyone laughs]

Andrew: Oh good, you're keeping things real for us.

Jamie: That's classic, that's classic.

Andrew: It's been a while since we had our last show, which was Episode 174, and sorry. It's been a while, but now that we don't do them weekly anymore, we get a show finished and time flies and then all of the sudden it's three weeks later and you're like, "Oh crap, we haven't done MuggleCast in almost a month!"

Eric: Yeah.

Andrew: So, it's amazing.

Eric: We've all been at college, you know, now. I mean, before that we were in high school. Way back when Episode 20 and all that...

Andrew: Yep.

Eric: ...and we were in high school, and we had lots of...

Laura: We had no lives.

Eric: ...more structure.

Andrew: We were all so innocent. [laughs]

Eric: We were all so innocent.

Andrew: Potter corrupted us. Anyway...

Micah: Yeah, but we'll be to Episode 200 by the time the movie comes out, so...

Andrew: What, Part II? Deathly Hallows?

Micah: No, no, no. Half-Blood Prince.

Jamie: Aw!

Andrew: What? Twenty-five episodes?

Laura: Way to make promises, Micah!

Andrew: Yeah.

Jamie: Yeah.

Eric: Yeah.

Laura: You go ahead and record those shows by yourself.

Andrew: Anyway, enough reminiscing! Let's get into it. I'm Andrew Sims.

Eric: I'm Eric Scull.

Jamie: I'm Jamie Lawrence.

Laura: I'm Laura Thompson.

Micah: And I'm Micah Tannenbaum.

[Music continues]

Andrew: Micah, like I said, it's been a while since our last episode so there's lots of news to catch up on.

Micah: Lot's of news, plenty of news.

Andrew: Help us out, Micah! What's in the news?!

News: Grindelwald Casting

Micah: Well, let's start with Deathly Hallows and then we can worry about this movie that's coming out in a month.

Andrew: Okay.

Micah: Back in May, because it's been so long since we've done another show, Jamie Campbell Bower was confirmed to be playing Grindelwald...

Jamie: [laughs] Can I comment on this? Sorry.

Micah: In the 7th Potter film. So I guess the question on this is; what are you guys' thoughts on this? Do you think he will do a good job?

Jamie: [laughing] This is absolutely ridiculous.

Andrew: Why? Why is it ridiculous?

Jamie: Because he's going to be walking around killing people and I'm going to expect him to be like [singing], "I feel you, Johanna!"

[Everyone laughs]

Jamie: I don't know! I was just like...

Andrew: [singing] I feel you, Dumbledore...

Jamie: [laughs] Yeah! I just see him doing that.

[Laura laughs]

Jamie: I just don't know - I'm sure he'll be very good but... I don't know.

Laura: It's hard to imagine him falling into that role.

Jamie: Yeah.

Andrew: Yeah, it is.

Laura: I don't know, he seems so young and innocent.

Jamie: And it's a tough role to play as well.

Andrew: Absolutely. And it's weird because at first there was a rumor about this a couple months ago and then this was confirmed in mid-May like Micah said. And it wasn't even official, it was like a Harry Potter fan site confirmed it through the rep - some Spanish fan site. So, you know, I assume it is official [laughs]. You're right, Jamie. I'm just going to expect him to break out into song.

[Jamie laughs]

Eric: Geez.

Andrew: But you know, he's also confirmed for New Moon and he filmed those scenes a few months ago.

Jamie: Who did he play in that?

Eric: Caius.

Andrew: He is - yes.

Eric: He's the leader of the Volturi.

Jamie: Oh.

Andrew: Yeah, one of the bad guys.

Eric: The vampire guys.

Jamie: Oh, really?

Andrew: Yep.

Eric: He's got his work cut out - he's a very pretty boy. Ooh!

Andrew: Yes. [laughs] Eric's got a crush.

Eric: I'm just saying he's a pretty boy, I don't...

Jamie: Oh, actually - go on, sorry.

Andrew: I have a crush, too. [laughs]

Eric: No, I don't think he is - I really didn't - I mean, I've seen Sweeney Todd but it was in a really broken down theater, so I don't even know - I'm not even sure I've seen him.

Andrew: If you were Dumbledore, Eric, would you be in love with Jamie Campbell Bower as Grindelwald?

[Jamie and Laura laugh]

[Eric says nothing]

Jamie: Ooh, that silence says it all.

Andrew: [laughs] Yes, it does. What were you going to say, Jamie?

Jamie: I have a friend - where I used to go to University, I have a friend there whose girlfriend went to the same acting group as Jamie Campbell Bower.

Andrew: Oh, so it must have been a good school.

Eric: So you got connections. You could get him on MuggleCast, couldn't you?

[Everyone laughs]

Jamie: Well, I don't know.

Andrew: That's a very blind connection.

Jamie: Maybe though, maybe. That could be our way in and then we could arrange a date with Eric with - for him.

Andrew: Maybe we could give him a few songs to do for Harry Potter.

Jamie: [laughs] Yeah.

Andrew: [laughs] Based on the Sweeney Todd soundtrack. What else is going on, Micah?

News: Deathly Hallows Filming

Micah: The only other news about Deathly Hallows, surprisingly, is that...

Andrew: Other than - let's just say - I mean, obviously there's a lot of news going on filming wise, but there's not much to discuss with that, so...

Micah: Yeah, not until we start getting pictures or video clips...

Andrew: Right.

Micah: Something along those lines.

Eric: We have enough pictures of Deathly Hallows, in my opinion.

Micah: Yeah, we do. No, actually we don't - not compared to Half-Blood Prince.

[Jamie and Laura laugh]

Andrew: Well, they were filming on Shell Cottage and that was after the last episode of MuggleCast and it was pretty cool. But it wasn't too much...

Jamie: It's still early days though, isn't it?

Andrew: Yeah, it is. They got another year of filming, I think.

Micah: Yeah. And the other piece was Malfoy Manor, right? That building was supposedly going to be used. I forget the name.

Eric: Potentially, potentially. They did not even say that it was or wasn't. They just said it could be.

Micah: Right.

Andrew: Right.

News: First Family Meet Potter Stars

Micah: So the only other piece of news was that Michelle Obama took her daughters to meet the stars of the Harry Potter series - I think it was last week - and J.K. Rowling was also there. A party was held in the Great Hall for Sasha Obama's tenth birthday. So that's kind of cool, I guess.

Andrew: Yeah.

Laura: Yeah.

Micah: Being the President's daughter has some perks.

Andrew: I don't know about you guys, I'd love a Harry Potter party in the Great Hall.

Eric: Yeah, I would too. I just wonder if that video is going to be on the DVD set.

Jamie: That would be cool, yeah.

Eric: Because they're looking for special footage for their DVD set, but...

Andrew: Well, it seems like they really want to keep it on the down low because at first the White House wouldn't confirm anything. The head publicist at W.B. said it didn't happen. She said she wasn't aware of it but then the White...

Jamie: So she lied.

Andrew: Yeah. Well, it's weird because she said she wasn't aware of it, which is odd for the head publicist not to be aware of it.

Jamie: Yeah. [laughs]

Andrew: And then the White House person - the White House correspondent said it did happen.

Jamie and Micah: Oh.

Andrew: So, [laughs] who should we trust?

Laura: I don't know.

Micah: Maybe Warner Bros. was told to say that.

Laura: Yeah, it could have been a security thing.

Andrew: Right.

Micah: They did a special on Obama on NBC and one of the things he mentioned was that his children are pretty much off - hands off in the sense of not doing interviews or anything like that, so this could be part of that.

Andrew: Oh, and they love Harry Potter, as we know. I mean, they're complete diehards, so...

Micah: Hmm.

Laura: Very cool.

Jamie: So was he there? Was Barack Hussein there?

Andrew: No, no. I think he's - I think he would have gotten some flack if...

Jamie: ...if he came to the set, yeah.

Andrew: From a few Americans.

[Everyone laughs]

Eric: Well, no, the thing is, he actually - he delivered - the whole reason they were there too was he delivered that address to the Middle East.

Andrew: Right.

Eric: And he had to fly home the next day. He and Michelle were in Paris.

Micah: For D-Day.

Eric: And from Paris they split up and Michelle took the kids around Paris shopping and then to the Harry Potter set a few days later, but Obama himself had to come back home. There was some budget deficit.

Andrew: Yeah, he had to come back here for the Iron Man 2 set party.

Eric: Yeah.

[Everyone laughs]

Laura: All the important things the President has to do.

Jamie: That would have been so cool, though, if he'd been on the Harry Potter set and got confused and thought he was in the Middle East and then in the middle of the film he just steps up and says, "They need to close Guantanamo Bay" and stuff.

[Everyone laughs]

Andrew: Yeah. Okay, Micah, so that's it for Movie 7 news for now?

News: Half-Blood Prince Video Game Release Date

Micah: Yeah, that's it. I'm sure we'll have more in the coming weeks, but moving on to Half-Blood Prince, we finally got a confirmation of a release date...

Andrew: Yes.

Jamie: Wow.

Micah: For the new video game from Electronic Arts and that's going to be on June 30th here in the United States, so not too far from now and then on July 3rd in the United Kingdom. Sorry, Jamie, you've got to wait.

Jamie: Ah, it's okay.

Andrew: Now, Eric and Micah, I know you two are pretty big video game enthusiasts...

Micah: Yeah.

Andrew: At least with the Harry Potter games. Are you guys going to buy this?

Micah: Sure.

Eric: Yeah.

Micah: Unless EA gives us a free copy.

[Andrew and Eric laugh]

Micah: Wink, wink.

Eric: Yeah, I don't - I'm sure this is one of those games that they'll probably still release for PS2, but I don't have a next gen console. Guys, I've fallen behind on that. I don't even have a Wii!

Andrew: I don't get you. Audacity...

Laura: How do you live?

Jamie: Yeah!

Andrew: PS2...

Eric: Well...

Andrew: Yeah, you're weird.

Eric: I know, see, for the longest time it was school and work and now I have the summer, you know, this big stretch of summer, and I'm thinking of getting a Wii, but...

Andrew: Oh good. It is going to be available for the PS2, so you could purchase it.

Jamie: Well there you go.

Eric: I'll probably end up just getting it for the PS2 then because I have an iPhone 3G S, I think, that I'm going to get.

Andrew: Ooh!

Eric: The Harry Potter games have always been good and I can't wait to see them and they're only going to get better with the free-roaming and Hogwarts-ness and all that.

Andrew: Yeah, they really care about these games, it seems, so...

Jamie: Yeah.

Laura: I have to say...

Andrew: It'd be cool to check out this one.

Laura: The graphics look really good, too.

Micah: Yeah.

Jamie: It's a labor of love, that project. They are passionate over it.

Andrew: Oh, totally, yeah...

Jamie: I like that phrase.

Andrew: I mean, Jamie, you and I were there, right?

Jamie: Oh, yeah. Yeah, that was fun.

Andrew: That one guy - the one designer - was the biggest Harry Potter fan...

Jamie: Oh, yeah, yeah, I remember the one.

Andrew: One of the biggest I've ever met.

Jamie: It was him and...

Andrew: Yeah...

Jamie: The other guy, the two of them there, who did the - they were talking about the main Hogwarts-like thing where it's like an explorable world and it was...

Andrew: You can walk anywhere...

Jamie: Yeah, yeah, yeah...

Andrew: Yeah.

Jamie: Oh, yeah, they're big fans which is the best thing, as we know.

News: Half-Blood Prince Runtime

Micah: The next story is we also now have a runtime for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. It's going to be...

Eric: Woo!

Micah: A hundred and fifty-three minutes and that's two hours and thirty-three minutes for those of us who're...

Jamie: That is a long film.

Micah: ...mathematically challenged.

Andrew: That is, but, you know, it's standard for a Potter film...

Jamie: Yeah, yeah.

Andrew: Because - what is it, the second longest?

Micah: I believe so.

Eric: By a couple minutes. I don't know which is third, but that's what it says.

Laura: Should make people happy.

Andrew: Yeah. Yeah and I think now - you remember how people used to be upset, like, "Oh, why aren't they longer?" Nobody really cares now because Movie 7's going to be so long...

Laura: Mhm.

Andrew: You know what I mean? So...

Laura: They could probably release Half-Blood Prince, it could be like a ten minute long movie and nobody would care.

Jamie: [laughs] Yeah.

Andrew: [laughs] Well after waiting this long for it I think people would care, but...

Eric: Yeah.

Laura: That would be the greatest prank ever.

Andrew: Yeah it would be. All right, so that's exciting, Micah.

Micah: Yeah, well it's, you know, a little bit of news.

Andrew: What else can you excite us with? I must admit, I'm very...

Micah: Well what I'm so glad about is...

Andrew: All this excitement...

News: Half-Blood Prince Video Footage

Micah: We've finally moved away from pictures. Now we're actually dealing with video.

Andrew: Yes.

Jamie: Yeah!

[Andrew laughs]

Micah: Several new TV spots have shown up in the last few weeks and one of them was on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The other at the MTV Movie Awards. And they are two very different scenes, as you've pointed out, Andrew. The one on the Ellen Show was all about love interest for Ron and the one on MTV was about Dumbledore showing Harry his most important memory of Voldemort, so...

Andrew: Right, right.

Micah: A little bit more insight, I think people are actually getting a little bit fed up though, to be honest with you, because...

Eric: I'm angry. I am angry.

Andrew: Why?

Eric: Because they're showing the whole movie! And granted it's in little clips...

Andrew: Yeah.

Eric: ...and little things but there's - I can't think of a scene that isn't in one of the trailers. It's just ridiculous!

Andrew: Really?

Eric: Every day I go on MuggleNet - it's three new TV spots and their little features about the love and about the thing. They're just tearing the movie apart and chopping it up and putting it in these easy - it's ridiculous. You want a reason to go see this film, but dang.

Andrew: Yeah...

Laura: Yeah...

Andrew: I think I've...

Laura: They did that with Goblet of Fire, too.

Eric: They did, it was...

Andrew: Yeah.

Eric: And we talked about how horrible that was and...

Andrew: I mean, they just have all this extra promo time to fill and so that's what we're stuck with. And it stinks, I agree, because I hate watching a movie and being like, "Oh, I already saw this."

Eric: Like, there's that...

Andrew: You know, there's two scenes that aired on Ellen and MTV Movie Awards. I know I'm going to be like, "Aw, darn it, I already saw these." And they're quick clips, you know, I can live with those because they're quick and you're not seeing the whole scenes. But it does give us a good look at the film, I think. We saw two very opposite ends and that scene where Dumbledore is explaining to Harry his - the memory. It's very cool.

Micah: Yeah.

Andrew: Very dark.

Micah: I mean, part of the reason why I said that people are getting fed up is I posted something recently about how NBC is going to be airing a sneak peak with Merlin, which is debuting next weekend here in the U.S. and a lot of the comments were, "Oh, I'm so tired of getting previews already. Stop showing us the movie." And...

Andrew: Yeah.

Micah: ...part of it though is they delayed it. I mean, that's...

Andrew: [laughs] Yeah, exactly.

Micah: ...what you have to contend with.

Andrew: They have more promo time...

Micah: Exactly.

Andrew: fill.

Jamie: Yeah and people say that, but it's just the excitement of the film. They probably still want to see them. I'm sure if Warner Bros. said, "Oh, well, we aren't going to release any more promo material," people wouldn't like it. You know, it's like...

Andrew: Right.

Jamie: It's still nice. It just builds up the excitement.

Eric: Well, [sighs], I don't know though. I mean, usually, I'm used to any other movie, which will have - or any other movie a few years ago which would have a teaser trailer and maybe two or three actual trailers. Then...

Jamie: Then the film comes out.

Eric: You know...

Jamie: Yeah.

Eric: ...each - they're - yeah, for months apart. Here we're getting all these TV spots. And granted, the film's only a month away. I mean, that's something that is kind of unreal to me. I just - it is a month away. It is very close. But I still think Warner Bros. has shown us too much.

Andrew: All right...

Eric: Yet again...

Andrew: ...Micah. Give us some positive news, Micah.

News: Half-Blood Prince in IMAX

Micah: Well, considering that the...

Andrew: We're all on a low.

Micah: is only a month away, the IMAX version of the movie is even further away.

Jamie: That's not good news!

Eric: That's not good news!

Micah: I'm sorry! I just - you know, I can't control it. It's what they give me.

Jamie: You should try harder.

[Andrew laughs]

Micah: Well, what if I said it differently? Would that make you feel better?

Jamie: Yeah. Or just lie.

Andrew: I guess.

Jamie: Just lie. [Micah laughs]

Jamie: Say it comes out now.

Andrew: Rephrase it, Micah, in a more positive tone.

Micah: Well guys, here's the thing. I know you're all disappointed about the fact that the movie is a month away and you're seeing all these previews and it's spoiled for you. But I got even better news for you. The IMAX version of it is going to be out on July 29th. How do you guys feel about that?

Jamie: Oh, that's just good!

Andrew: Oh, that's great!

Laura: That's fantastic!

Andrew: Sweet!

Eric: Two whole more weeks.

Andrew: Wait, why is it two weeks after the release?

Micah: Oh. [Andrew laughs]

Micah: But...

Laura: But wait, what happens to those of us who are going to be at Azkatraz in July?

Andrew: So, what happened was Transformers had this - the people - whoever run Transformers, Universal or whatever...

Eric: Paramount, I think.

Andrew: Paramount. They had a contract with IMAX saying, "We are exclusively in your IMAX theatres for four weeks." Well, it turns out the four weeks runs right over the release of Half-Blood Prince. And I guess - for some reason, this story just came out now. [laughs] And I don't know why nobody realised it sooner.

Micah: They didn't want it...

Andrew: But...

Micah: come out sooner. That's probably why.

Eric: Yeah.

Andrew: Oh, yeah.

Eric: Well...

Andrew: I guess so.

Eric: So...

Andrew: So...

Eric: When Warner Bros....

Andrew: Go ahead.

Eric: ...pushed the film back to next month, they - there was not much they could do about getting Harry Potter 6 in IMAX the same weekend. So, Harry Potter won't be in IMAX until the 29th of July. So, I know our buddies over at Azkatraz have issued a statement saying, "We'll see what's going on. But if you want a refund, we'll grant you one. And otherwise we're going to go to -" I think, they had said just another big theatre nearby. And you'll still get to see the movie with all your other Harry Potter friends that you usually...

Andrew: Right.

Eric: For the - for us. We don't get to see all our friends and stuff that often. So, it's still going to be special and they are giving some money back, I think, because the IMAX tickets cost - it did cost a lot more than a regular movie ticket and stuff. But it's unfortunate, but at the same time, it's Warner Bros. and they don't owe us anything.

Andrew: Do you guys think this is going to affect IMAX ticket sales? Because if you're going to see it, maybe you'll only want to see the film once. Is it going to be worth seeing it again in IMAX? Is it really worth paying more money to see it a second time just for the twelve minutes of IMAX footage?

Micah: The avid fan...

Jamie: Yeah, I agree.

Micah: ...probably will.

Jamie: It's not only for that. It's for seeing it hugely, all of it.

Andrew: That's true. I don't - I've never been that big of a fan of IMAX. I get it. It's a really big screen. And there's some 3D stuff...

Eric: It always...

Andrew: ...and it's cool.

Eric: me a headache...

Andrew: But...

Eric: ...actually. IMAX...

Andrew: Yeah.

Eric: See, I always kind of get a headache. I think I saw V for Vendetta in IMAX.

Jamie: Oh, that must have been amazing! [Andrew laughs]

Eric: It was pretty cool. [laughs] It was pretty cool, Jamie. But, yeah. IMAX - I don't make a special trip out to go to IMAX. Even Harry Potter movies. I'm content with the movie theatres. So, I probably wouldn't have gone to an IMAX to see Harry Potter unless it was during Azkatraz. I might not go see the movie in IMAX simply because - it used to be that there wasn't one near me. Now there is at Navy Pier in Chicago but I just - yeah I don't - I'm not that into - seeing it in IMAX is just not a big deal for me.

Andrew: All right, Micah onward. What else is going on?

News: Half-Blood Prince U.K. Classification

Micah: Well - this kind of goes along with the runtime we were talking about earlier but the British Board of Film Classification, Jamie, has rated Half-Blood Prince 12A.

Jamie: Awww!

Micah: Which is PG-13 equivalent here in the U.S. So what's the deal? I mean could the MPAA here not just own up and say, "Look, this is PG-13?"

Eric: I think it's clear they were on crack. And the contracts are already signed and I don't know who made this movie PG but I've said...

Andrew: Too late to change it.

Eric: Been saying from the beginning...

Andrew: Well I've talked about this before - it's - the MPAA is just a group of parents. And they sit there, they watch the film and they give it a rating. And that's it.

Eric: They draw straws and...

Andrew: There's no computer that, you know, watches it and be like, "Oh, I detect this amount of blood or whatever."

[Everyone laughs]

Andrew: Or "It's this dark..."

Laura: Do you think they have such...

Jamie: Yeah.

Laura: ...a computer that could detect like, amount of violence.

Andrew: Laura they have computers for everything these days. You're so out of touch!

Laura: Oh I know.

Andrew: Get on it. Anyway...

Laura: It's because I'm from Georgia.

Andrew: [laughs] Yes, you're from the South, what do you know? So it's a mistake I think. And I cannot wait to see this film and then talk about it again whether we think it should have gotten a PG-13 rating.

Micah: Yeah.

Andrew: Is it that big of a deal? Not really, I mean kids are going to see it anyway. It doesn't affect sales, blah blah blah blah blah.

Jamie: Not really, yeah, it really won't be a big deal whatsoever especially since, PG - Parental Guidance, like if generally parents are stupid then they probably just let their children watch it anyway.

Andrew: Yeah but maybe this will be a learning lesson for the MPAA. Maybe they'll get feedback from families and be like, "Hey, this is not PG." You know?

Eric: Yeah.

Jamie: Yeah, that's true. I wasn't just talking about...

Micah: Let's hope all their children have nightmares because some girl gets...

Eric: [laughs] Yeah.

Micah: ...strung up by a necklace in midair.

Eric: That's a pretty freaky part of the scene there.

Andrew: Well you know speaking of that scene, just real quick, somebody e-mailed in and said that was removed. So the shot of her face was removed in the theatre version of the trailer I think? So...

Laura: For some reason that shot just didn't do it for me. Like I saw that...

Jamie: What - it didn't turn you on?

Laura: And it just - [laughs]. Yes, Jamie. No, it's just like - you know I was looking at it and I was like, it just wasn't scary to me and it looked fake. I don't know, I didn't like it.

Eric: It's because everything is going so darn fast though.

Andrew: Yeah maybe you need more time to soak it in.

Eric: I think that is - I mean it's actually a pretty creepy scene just...

Laura: Okay.

Eric: ...the way that it's shot and - and yeah, it doesn't look dumb. It's not like you're going to be like, "Oh great, what's wrong with Katie Bell. She's doing this stupid face".

Laura: Well no she looked like something from one of those stupid - like The Grudge. You know that's kind of what she reminded me of. [laughs] So I was like...

Jamie: That's a crap film, that is.

[Everyone laughs]

Andrew: Again Laura, you're from the South so...

Laura: I know, I clearly don't understand.

Andrew: Your perspective usually doesn't matter as much.

Eric: Hey guys, hey guys, hey guys, hey guys.

Andrew: What?

Laura: What? What? What? What?

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