Miraphora Mina and Eduardo Lima, founders of MinaLima, discussed “Telling Stories Through Design”, touching on their humble beginnings, how they crafted the world of Harry Potter, and what lies ahead.
Byline: Martin Wickens
October 4 marked the release of the illustrated edition of “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets”! You can now pick up either the Standard Edition or the Deluxe Edition at most retailers. To celebrate its launch, we attended a release event with Jim Kay at the House of Illustration in London. Here are five things we learned about the new book!
“Me Before You”, starring Emilia Clarke, Sam Claflin, and Matthew Lewis, is a guaranteed tearjerker. Read our review of the film here!
Although most of the “Harry Potter” films were shot at Leavesden Studios, the production team used locations all throughout London. And now, with the help of Brit Movie Tours, you can visit those locations, too!
“Anomalisa”, starring David Thewlis (Remus Lupin) and directed, written and produced by Charlie Kaufman, is one of the most unique movies of the year.
At the FutureBook 2015 conference, Pottermore CEO Susan Jurevics gave a keynote speech. She explained the reasons for the Pottermore.com redesign and hinted at future developments for the company.
“Goodnight Mister Tom” returns to London’s West End this Christmas. MuggleNet had the opportunity to interview David Troughton, who stars as “Mister Tom” Oakley and is Harry Melling’s (Dudley Dursley) uncle.
From November 13 to January 31 the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter decorates its wonderful sets and props with snow, tinsel, and all things festive. This year the Studio team outdid themselves with all-new Christmas puddings, lit fireplaces, and even the Goblet of Fire. Here are eight festive things that we spotted at the Studio Tour this year!
EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Adam Larter, Writer and Star of “Harry Potter and the Inappropriate Hallowe’en”
“Harry Potter and the Inappropriate Hallowe’en” is a comedy play to be shown at the Leicester Square Theatre in London on October 31. MuggleNet had the opportunity to interview Adam Larter, the writer and star of the play and the founder of Weirdos Comedy Club.