The folks at Cinema Sins will eventually get through all the movies, I’m sure, so here’s Everything Wrong with Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.  And it’s quite long.


Scholastic Reveals All Seven New Harry Potter Covers

Scholastic has officially released all seven of the new Harry Potter book covers! The new look was illustrated by Kazu Kibuishi and will be released on the paperback editions of the books starting August 27th!








Will you be picking up the newest paperbacks or sticking to the original book covers?

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Kazu Kibuishi unveils ‘Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets’ cover art


The artist, whose stunning Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone art has been well received, has revealed his latest addition to the series.

Scholastic announced earlier in the year that the company was going to release brand new editions of the entire Harry Potter saga that are poised to hit the store shelves in August. The company has been generating significant buzz surrounding the cover art created by award winning artist Kazu Kibuishi. Today at Book Expo America, the artist and Ellie Berger, President of Scholastic Trade Publishing, Arthur A. Levine unveiled the new cover art.

The new cover for Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets features the flying car that Harry and Ron rode to Hogwarts. In the background is the Weasley family home and many people are considering this art to be the best ever done for the franchise. Subsequent cover art will be revealed during the next few months for the remainder of the books.


Source: Good eReader



Pottermore set to release final chapters of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Chapter by chapter, Pottermore users have been able to explore The Chamber of Secrets. Tomorrow, the entire book will finally be released!

We’re pleased to officially announce that from tomorrow, 31st October, 12 noon GMT, the final chapters of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets will be available on Pottermore for you to explore.

Help us spread the word by telling your fellow Harry Potter and Pottermore fans about the great news.

What a great Halloween surprise! Now, who’s ready for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban?

Source: Pottermore Insider

LEGO Harry Potter!

I recently had the chance to attend my local fair, and guess who was there? The local chapter of LEGO builders!

They had an enormous display that pretty much looked like this:

…And that’s a small corner! It was about 15 feet long and 5 feet wide, and consisted of about a billion pop culture references, including LOTR, Star Wars, Doctor Who, and who can forget our own Harry Potter?

I was able to get a couple of pictures with my phone, and though they’re not very good, I’d still like to share them with you. 🙂

Like I said, they’re not very good pictures, but this is the mouth of Salazar Slytherin in the Chamber of Secrets!

And, of course, our beloved Hogwarts castle.

I was going to get a picture of the Durmstrang ship, but right about then was when my phone died. Sadly, the LEGO version of the ship will forever be shrouded in mystery…

Oh well. Have a Potter-ific day!

Intriguing Harry Potter fact list debuted

Lots of websites have Harry Potter fun facts, but this list includes some even a dedicated potterhead might not know.

List 25 brings us these nuggets of wisdom and more.

Rupert Grint dressed up like his female drama teacher and rapped about Ron Weasley for his audition tape. His rap began, “Hello, my name is Rupert Grint, I hope you don’t think I stink.”

…Contrary to popular belief, the ‘t’ at the end of Voldemort is silent. The name comes from the French words meaning “flight of death.”

…An outbreak of lice occurred among the children cast members during the filming of “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.”

…J.K. Rowling is the first person to become a billionaire (U.S. dollars) by writing books.

…One of the flying cars used in “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” was stolen off the set. It was discovered seven months later when an anonymous caller informed police of its whereabouts.

What were your reactions to these facts?