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250 Person Orchestra Performing with ‘Lord of the Rings’ Films Next Year

The Verge reports today that an orchestra consisting of 250 people is set to perform during two screenings of the entire Lord of the Rings trilogy. New York City’s David H. Koch Theater will play host to this grand event from April 8-12 2015. Although screenings of the films have been accompanied with a full orchestra before, this will be ...

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"Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" May Have Found its Director

It’s all but official: David Yates, director of the last four Harry Potter films, is set to direct the upcoming film adaptation of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Yesterday Variety reported that while WB has made no official announcement, “insiders confirm both sides are in negotiations.” Of the movie, producer David Heyman states, “The fact that [J.K. Rowling’s] going to this ...

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Harry Potter Themed Conference LeakyCon Announces "GeekyCon"

LeakyCon, a popular Harry Potter convention sponsored by the longtime running fan site  The Leaky Cauldron, announced at this year’s convention the beginning of GeekyCon, “a fan convention rooted in the community that arose from Harry Potter devotees.” Executive director Melissa Anelli states, “GeekyCon will continue in the tradition of LeakyCon and be a celebration of fandom. GeekyCon brings notable ...

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New Trailer for First "Doctor Who" Episode of Season Eight

A new trailer for “Deep Breath,” the first episode of the 8th season of Doctor Who is now available to watch! The trailer features the new design of the TARDIS, familiar characters Madame Vastra and Jenny Flint, and a brilliant shot of Peter Capaldi giving a delightfully mischievous (and surely soon to be signature Doctor) smirk.     As if all that ...

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WATCH: New Clip of Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth Doctor

Our first look at the Twelfth Doctor is here! The clip features the Doctor both contemplating his own morality as he asks Clara, “Tell me, am I a good man?” and morality in general when he meets a “good” Dalek: “A dalek so damaged it’s turned good. Morality as a malfunction. How do I resist?” Clara’s response to Twelve’s question ...

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Harry Potter Books: Bloomsbury Reveals New Cover Art

Last year Scholastic teamed up with graphic novelist and illustrator Kazu Kibuishi to create brand new paperback editions of the Harry Potter series for the first time since its original publication in the United States. The result was beautiful. This year, UK publisher Bloomsbury has been slowly revealing their new covers for the series by award winning artist Jonny Duddle and today the publishing ...

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Watch Comic Con’s Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies Panel

This year’s Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies panel at the San Diego Comic Con is now available to watch online.  The panel opened with host and  long time Tolkien superfan Stephen Colbert coming on stage dressed as his Hobbit alter ego “the lake town spy”. The panel included director Peter Jackson, producer Fran Walsh and actors from the film. ...

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SDCC: Game of Thrones Season 4 Blooper Reel

Because HBO knew that there is quite possibly nobody who doesn’t want to see Tyrion dance his way up his own trial, here is a short blooper reel that was shown during this year’s Game of Thrones panel at Comic Con:  

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SDCC: Daniel Radcliffe Dresses up as Spider-Man

Star of the enormously popular Harry Potter films, Daniel Radcliffe, was able to enjoy San Diego Comic Con this Friday by donning a full body Spider Man costume. Looks like the actor, who is at the con to promote his new film Horns, spent the day fully embracing the Comic con life: enjoying the booths, walking around, and even interacting ...

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SDCC: Mockingjay Part One Poster Released by Lionsgate

A new poster promoting Mockingjay Part One, the third film in the Hunger Games franchise, has been released and is available now at San Diego Comic Con. Instead of using simple character posters as they’ve done in past promotions, Lionsgate continues the (rather brilliant, I think) Propaganda theme that we saw in the past two teaser trailers for the first part of Mockingjay: ...

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