The theme for Harry Potter Book Night 2020 has been announced by Bloomsbury Children’s Books! Find out more about the upcoming Triwizard Tournament theme, and remember to save the date!
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Now you can be among champions with one of the Triwizard Tournament T-shirts, IF your name is drawn from the Goblet of Fire! Enter here for your chance to win!
To celebrate the fifth year of their annual “Harry Potter” celebration, Anianne and Caitlyn decided to organize their very own Triwizard Tournament.
Adult-aged “Potter” fans! Ever feel tied down to a lease agreement? Sort of like submitting your name to the Goblet of Fire, right? Here’s a list of how they are similar, hopefully to make you laugh in what is potentially a stressful time.
HungerTV has just posted a new interview with Rupert Grint. In the interview, Rupert confesses that he was once dared to steal a prop from the Potter series – a golden egg from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Rupert says, “I stole the egg. And uh, then I had Warner Brothers come looking for it.”
hpboy13 argues that the three tasks of the Triwizard Tournament mirror the first three books of the series.
J.K. Rowling likes to hide clues in unusual ways, and one of the most cryptic ways to hide a clue is to embed it in another clue. While the Sorcerer’s Stone riddle has received a fair amount of conversation, the sphinx’s riddle and the merpeople’s riddle in “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” have received much less talk, yet they seem to function in a similar way to the Sorcerer’s Stone riddle.
Seven tunnels of tasks, like seven books of tasks. In “Goblet”, we actually have a network of tunnels, the square maze, so much like a chessboard of tasks. And we have the two grand tournaments (like the two matrix groups of elements): one tournament is Quidditch (in which the players seem to be the most important part); the other is the Triwizard Tournament (here, the tasks are important).
by Anne “Book Four’s a very very VERY important book. Something very important happens in Book Four. But also, it’s literally a central book. It’s almost the heart of the series, and it’s pivotal.”...