Vote Now for Emma Watson in the 2011 People’s Choice Awards

Voting is now open for the 2011 People’s Choice Movie Awards. Head on over to the voting website by clicking here and vote for Emma Watson in the category of Favorite Movie Star Under 25. Readers may remember that Emma was nominated last year along with Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint for Favorite On-Screen Team but did not emerge victorious. With her brilliant performance in the recently released ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1′, we are counting on you to swing the nomination to a victory for her this year. Vote now and tell your friends! Read More »

MuggleCast #215 – Won’t Get Fooled Again – now available!

It has only been a few days since we released Episode 214, which features our review of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1.  We got so much feedback about the episode we decided to record a second review show to address your input.  Join Eric, Micah, Richard, Matt and me for: – We clear up several mistakes from last episode. – We all agree Hedwig gets a more dignified death than in the book. – Your responses to last week’s show: the good and the bad. – Muggle Mail covers Bill Weasley, Mad-Eye’s eye, and Dobby’s speech. – Did the forest scenes feel slow at times because they were covering months of action? – Did Hermione and Harry have an \”aha\” moment when the Invisibility Cloak was mentioned? – We take tweets on your favorite scenes. Be sure to listen to Episode 214 first to get our initial review which covers the major scenes in full detail. All that and a LOT more can be heard by downloading! Refresh your iTunes Podcast section to get the latest episode. If you haven’t subscribed (for free), click here! No iPod or MP3 player needed! You can also visit the ... Read More »

MuggleNet’s Fan Art of the Week: ‘The Prince’s Tale’

Our next submission comes from Daphna Rosin. Her epic piece depicts the scene where Harry extracts the silver memory from a dying Severus Snape and is a fine representation from ‘The Prince’s Tale’ chapter in Deathly Hallows. Noah’s Notes: Firstly, the facial expressions of these characters are incredible. The picture has a cartoonish style to it; but nonetheless, the viewer feels the enormity of the scene. The objects and characters are extraordinarily colorful and seem to have visible texture. An enormous amount of work must have been put into the background too: depicting more than just walls, the brown creases in the wood twist and coil almost producing a hypnotic effect. Voldemort is hanging out back there too. Great work Daphna! To submit your own work and to view our archives: head on over to our Fan Art Section. See you again next week! Read More »

Dan Radcliffe thinks he’s really Harry Potter recently put together a skit with Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe. In it, Dan seems to be convinced that he’s actually not Dan. Rather, he’s Harry Potter and he plays a character named Dan Radcliffe. It seems Dan’s time as Harry Potter has really gone to his head. Interesting note: the skit was written, directed, and produced by Judd Apatow. Read More »