The end of the Harry Potter film series means the end of many things, among them its licensed video game franchise (Or does it?)
HP's future might seem tenuous with the final film's release. But it's
the perfect opportunity to look back at the best and worst of Electronic
Arts' Harry Potter gaming franchise.
of the best things in life are free, and I don't mean the taste of new
toothpaste or laughing with friends. Sure, those are great, but that
warm fuzzy feeling we call happiness can be achieved with more creative
ways, like scoring free Slurpee's, learning how to make art out of trash
and attending a sand sculpture festival.
Harry vs. Luke: Which sparkly-stick wielding hero do you prefer?
Two heroic journeys go head to head this fall in theatres: George Lucas plans to re-release all six Star Wars films on 3-D, and the second-to-last Harry Potter film will be coming out in 3-D this fall as well. Forbes has already penned a post that pits the franchises against each other, pointing out that Harry Potter is edging up on Star Wars' current standing as richest franchise of all time.
"Harry Potter: The Exhibition"
arrived at the Museum of Science in October, much to the delight of
wide-eyed urchins, fantasy fans, and twenty-somethings who never got
over their childhood dreams of receiving a Hogwarts letter (not to
mention Phoenix art critics). Since then, visitors to the exhibit (on display through February 21)
have noted that although the show is sparkling with enchantment and
imagination and all that good stuff, it’s kinda lacking on the, well,
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