This is an absolutely hilarious video for any Harry Potter fan, which we found on the Huffington Post. This will be especially funny for New Yorkers, who are familiar with Penn Station and probably wish it looked a little more like King’s Cross Station!
That kid has great poise — and he’s very quick on his feet when the guy asks him about his parents. If you saw that happening in front of you, what would you do?
In the sequel to the film ‘Red,’ starring Bruce Willis, John Malkovich and Helen Mirren, he stars as ‘The Frog’ an information dealer who got his name by poisoning the water supply at the Kremlin using a poisonous Amazonian frog.
If you didn’t know, there’s a comedy coming out that stars Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, titled The Internship.
They’re two adults who end up taking an internship at Google after they lose their sales jobs. What’s interesting is that apparently, at Google, they play a certain game that you may all be familiar with. Check out the trailer below (around the 1:36 mark)!
The wizardly wonders of “Harry Potter” got an infusion of royal charm today when Prince William, Duchess Kate and Prince Harry visited the Warner Bros studio where the hit movies were produced.
Before they could get to their official duties, inaugurating the studio in Leavesden, about 20 miles outside London, Prince William, 30, poked a little fun at his younger brother.
“Harry’s just excited to see a real-life talking owl in the Harry Potter studios,” he said of the 28-year-old prince. “I haven’t told him yet that Harry Potter is fictional, so please keep the secret for a little longer.”
With that, the fun-loving trio was off, giggling and joking while visiting the Great Hall, learning to cast spells on Diagon Alley and getting a wand lesson and an invitation to “duel” with one another in the Gryffindor Common Room.
Getting a glimpse at the royals at ease were 500 children and their parents, all pulled from charities that have one of the royals as their patron, who joined the tour of the studio’s “The Making of Harry Potter Attraction,” according to the U.K.’s Mirror.