When “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1” hit movie theaters, I was of course right there at midnight. The night was all excitement, but even though I loved the movie it ended in tears. I am not ashamed to admit that I cried while watching Dobby die on the big screen. When the lights came up in the theater, my friends were appalled to see me in tears. They hadn’t read the books, so they didn’t fully understand.
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The Marcliffe Hotel in Aberdeen has received a very special gift from J.K. Rowling herself – a Dobby statue used in the making of the Harry Potter films, along with a placard signed by the author!
The London Critics’ Circle held their 33rd annual film awards this evening at the prestigious Mayfair Hotel, and MuggleNet was on hand to talk to the Potter alumni in attendance: Toby Jones, Mike Newell, and the infamous Helena Bonham Carter.
We are going to feature a new character profile from the world of Harry Potter every other week on MuggleNet. And there is no better way to kick this off then with our favorite House-Elf, Dobby, whose birthday is today, June 28th.
This week’s fan art is a drawing of our favorite sock-loving house elf, Dobby.
In a new interview, Senior VFX Supervisor Tim Burke discussed his work on the Harry Potter films.
On the hardest parts of Deathly Hallows – Part 1:
“The creatures and Dobby. People had to relate to Dobby, to empathize with Dobby to believe he would die. People are used to seeing good and bad CG characters. If Dobby didn’t look like he had a soul, we would have lost the emotional moment at the end of the film.”
For further detail, check out the full interview right here.
Two more posters have been released by Warner Brothers today: – Dobby (in the style of these posters seen last week) – A wide banner showing the Seven Potter VS Voldemort and co
We've seen several photos from Shell Cottage over the past 24 hours, but these new ones from Wales Online and Daily Mail take the cake. Both news agencies reported on the filming and included...
The Telegraph is reporting today that Toby Jones will return to voice Dobby the House-Elf in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. The article notes that “he'll soon be back in the recording studio...