News articles from July 2009
31 July 2009 at 03:36 GMT
The 31st of July is every devout Harry Potter fan’s favourite day of the year because of two very important celebrity birthdays. A very happy birthday today to Harry Potter, who beat Lord Voldemort at his own game and made the world safe for Muggles everywhere.
Also, many warm and heartfelt wishes to Harry’s creator, J. K. Rowling. Through online Harry Potter fandoms such as HPFZ, fans worldwide are connected because of their mutual love of her books. The world feels so much smaller, and it is – thanks to her. Best wishes and thank you Jo! We hope you have an amazing and relaxing day; you definitely deserve it.
30 July 2009 at 13:26 GMT
J.K. Rowling’s official website has been updated to wish Neville Longbottom a happy birthday.
29 July 2009 at 02:59 GMT
Have you ever had the desire to write news, content or editorials about the Harry Potter series? Desire no more! HPFZ is currently looking for dedicated folk to join our staff team and help improve the award-winning content on the site.
Working here is a great opportunity for anyone – especially Potter fans – to explore and refine their skills in fields such as journalism, multimedia, web development, and graphic design.
A job at HPFZ will give you the opportunity to work alongside an “impressively young staff“, as J.K. Rowling herself once put it, to entertain an incredibly large fan base. If you’re up for the challenge, we’d love to hear from you!
23 July 2009 at 05:25 GMT
Today, July 23, is Daniel Radcliffe’s twentieth birthday. Best known for playing Harry Potter on the big screen, Radcliffe has starred in several other films (December Boys and My Boy Jack) and also received glowing reviews for his role in Equus. Please join Harry Potter Fan Zone in wishing this extraordinarly talented, down to earth man a very happy birthday!
23 July 2009 at 05:10 GMT
In a new photo gallery, Entertainment Weekly writer Tim Stack grades the outfits and accessories that Emma Watson wore while making the rounds to promote Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. View the gallery here, with some excerpts below:
23 July 2009 at 00:46 GMT
The Boston Globe reports that the next stop for Harry Potter: The Exhibition is the Museum of Science in Boston, Massachusetts. Opening day is set for October 25. Tickets may already be purchased online (note: tickets are selling fast; some dates are already sold out).
The exhibition will remain in Chicago at The Museum of Science and Industry until September 27.