The three of them spoke at the same time; Hermione said, “the Cloak,” Ron said, “the wand,” and Harry said, “the stone.”
RAPE IS RAPE.
This is probably one of the coolest Lego creations I’ve seen in a long, long while. I definitely have enough bricks to do this… wish I had the time, too. Alice Finch, the creator, used about 40,000 bricks to make this EXTREMELY DETAILED model of Hogwarts. It’s impressive from the outside, but even more so on the inside. Professor Dumbledore’s office is small but very accurate, and Professor Trelawny’s classroom is adorable! There’s even a kitchen, complete with house elves.
All of the Harry Potter chapter art in one lovely collection, (via MuggleNet | The ULTIMATE Harry Potter Site)
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It’s always you three.
Oh man… I never thought of it this way. JK Rowling, you’re such a genius. #nerdalert
Mugglenet.com has some extra special details on the upcoming book by publisher Harper Collins entitled, Harry Potter Page to Screen: The Complete Filmmaking Journey, set to be released in the US and the UK on October 25, 2011. Here is an exerpt from the press release from Harper Collins:
Harry Potter Page to Screen is the complete history of all eight ‘Harry Potter’ films. With 1200 photographs, sketches, and diagrams, the book will provide unbridled access to every aspect of the film-making process. It will tell the stories behind each individual film and cover the design and technology behind all the astounding effects. This book pays homage to how one film became eight, how a few months became a decade, and how one author’s fantasy became the project of many individuals’ lifetimes-told by the people who were there, the people who made the magic real.
Yeah. I want this book. Like a lot. Read the rest at the link: Mugglenet.com
image by me, please don’t steal it.