11 May 2007 at 06:15 GMT
I am both proud and overjoyed to find out today that Jo Rowling has awarded Harry Potter Fan Zone a fan site award on her official website. Of the site, Jo says:
How could I not love a fansite whose contributors include people named Thaddeus and Aunna? This is a great Australian site with an impressively young staff who have produced some really insightful editorials; I wish I could highlight a couple of them, but that would be waaaay too revealing. If you head over to FAQs, however, you will see some of the open letter questions answered (at long last, yes, I know… but I had to finish “Deathly Hallows” first). So congratulations and thanks, Andy, to you and all your talented colleagues.
From the bottom of my heart, thank you Jo – this means the world to all of us here at HPFZ.
8 May 2007 at 06:17 GMT
J.K. Rowling has taken the time to answer some of the questions from the open letter we wrote last year!
Ms. Rowling answered questions about Draco’s Patronus, Tonks and Myrtle’s Hogwarts houses, Death Eaters (Are Alecto and Amycus, the two sibling Death Eaters, the Carrows mentioned by Snape in Spinner’s End?), Tom Riddle’s birth date (it is indeed December 31), and the properties of Draco’s wand.
26 August 2006 at 14:33 GMT
Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) gave an interview last week whilst he was in New York for a state fishing tournament. During the interview, he mentions that he has been “penciled in” for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, and that he is looking forward to filming.
Further more, he expresses his desire to depict Draco in movie seven, which Felton predicts will be in theaters by 2010 if all goes to plan. You can download the interview by clicking here.
5 October 2005 at 12:22 GMT
Thanks to Warner Bros. for exclusively sending us over this Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire character poster/banner, showing a not-so-keen Ron Weasley in his rather unattractive Yule Ball attire. Thanks again to WB! (Just for now, we’re asking other webmasters wishing to post the banner on their own website to link to the image directly, rather than re-uploading to your own sites. Thanks, guys!)
16 February 2005 at 17:48 GMT
Warner Bros. have released an official high-resolution version of the new golden egg picture that was published in Sunday’s Telegraph Magazine.
20 December 2004 at 11:13 GMT
Warner Bros. have released the first official Goblet of Fire movie images. We are pleased to have them available for viewing, courtesy of TLC.