As the July release date for Half-Blood Prince continues to creep closer, we're hearing much more about what the film has to offer. Namely, there has been a lot of talk of some Quidditch scenes we have to look forward to!
Wizard Universe has just published their interview with Rupert Grint discussing his role as Ron Weasley in the upcoming Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
In the future when you look back on the making of this film, what are some funny or strange moments that you'll remember about the making of it?
An official Cherrybomb page has been launched on Facebook!
Click here to view the page, become a fan, and leave some comments for the filmmakers on the videos and images posted! Currently all the material published on the page has been seen before, but that doesn't make it any less exciting for FB users! ;)
Last week we aimed to bring you as much coverage as possible from the night shoots of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows which was taking place in central London. Staffer Lorena was present both nights of filming, and she has now sent us her complete set report: no detail has been spared!
Just as I clicked on a link to an article on David Yates in the Baltimore Sun, my son started watching the Hairspray DVD, and Good Morning, Baltimore blared out and confused me!
Anyway, it is a fascinating article, and you can read it here, where he says some WONDERFUL things about Rupert...
Moviefone has published 5 Fun Facts from the set of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. These facts divulge information about the cast's reaction to Dumbledore's "outing," how many takes the Ron/Lavendar kiss took, and why Rupert won't be selling ice cream anytime soon!
It takes "about 10 takes" for the perfect kiss.
The Official Harry Potter Exhibition at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry opens later this week, but a few lucky people have already been round the exhibition.
One lucky soul was my friend, Jen, who took her family and her notebook and took the responsibility of being one of the first fans to see everything very seriously.
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