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No one is immune to Harry Potter's magic -- not even rock and roll icons. The Top Five bewitched musicians after the jump.
Has there ever been a franchise-ending movie more hyped than Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows: Part II? I mean, since Steve Martin killed the Pink Panther franchise? (It is dead, isn't it? Please tell me so.)Starting at 11:59 tonight and continuing about every minute through 1 a.m. Friday, th ... More >>
Franchise king and hero of a generation Harry Potter fights his last battle
Daniel Radcliffe says he listened to a lot of Radiohead to get into character for shooting Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, where his character Harry confronts Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes), says Access Hollywood. He also listened to a lot of Hope of the States. "There are certain songs.. ... More >>
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Zombies roam the Block of Orange tonight, but this time it is not to feed on the brains of the unwashed at Dave and Buster's.Moviegoers are invited to dust off that zombie outfit in the closet and join the "Zombie Walk to the Block," which leads up to the screening of Resident Evil: Afterlife--an ... More >>
San Diego Comic-Con is a week away, but it's not too early to start strategizing about what you should see when you're there. Especially if you've seen the size of the event's program schedule.But there's no reason to battle eye strain. We've put together a list of the 10 comic-related events to ... More >>
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This is the real ghost train. San Diego, Wednesday night, downtown, after dark. All that's here is a smattering of oases of light, from cheap drug stores to greasy spoons offering a "really big Taco Plate" for $3.50. The streets, for now, are mostly empty, and those riding the trolley around you ar ... More >>
Harry Potter Midnight Magic Release Party
New Potter mines the depths of adolescent angst