SJSU quidditch team heads to World Cup of Harry Potter sport This weekend, she joins 11 of her teammates who might not ever be on the Olympic team ... wrestling and capture the flag," said Campbell, 23. There are players with bad reputations and there are injuries. Quidditch players like to tell tales about wounds ... 04/4/2014 - 11:48 am | View Link
Harry Potter's Quidditch comes to life in England but the main purpose of the game is to capture the "snitch." Rather than a flying gold ball, as portrayed in the books and movies, the snitch is played by a wrestler or track player dressed in yellow or gold with a sock hanging from his waist. Players must ... 07/23/2012 - 7:08 pm | View Link
Quidditch players look to capture Olympic magic Players of a real-life version of the Harry Potter game quidditch are using the Olympics to showcase their sport, which they think is worthy of being included at London 2012. Made famous by JK Rowling's wizard stories, quidditch came to Oxford as part of ... 07/9/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Muggle Quidditch: Scholars House and Sunvilla Tower face off in Harry Potter-themed sport The tournament also offered caldron cakes and pumpkin pasties for spectators and players, as well as a raffle featuring ... McCallister was forced to improvise and used a little magic to make sure the event was still a blast for all who came. 06/20/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
A Look at Muggle Quidditch on the Eve of the 5th World Cup Standard Quidditch—best known as the sport that Harry Potter played when he was in school at Hogwarts—obviously includes elements that don’t translate to the non-magical world: most notably, players flying ... fine handcrafted magic wands”) is ... 11/10/2011 - 11:00 am | View Link
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One thing is very clear whenever new information is released for Josh Trank's THE FANTASTIC FOUR: most of you do not have high hopes for the reboot. I don't either, and I doubt any of these latest comments from writer/producer Simon Kinberg are going to change your thoughts on Trank's upcoming film.
One of the biggest complaints from fans has been the age of the cast for THE
Quentin Tarantino held a staged reading for his leaked THE HATEFUL EIGHT script on Saturday, where the director revealed he is working on a second draft of the script with a completely different ending. Tarantino told the crowd the script is divided into five different chapters, and the fifth chapter (titled "Black Night, White Hell") will be rewritten or removed.
The reading for Quentin
The roster for Cannes Film Festival sidebar Critics’ Week was announced this afternoon with seven films in competition and two special screenings, along with the opening and closing titles. Figuring amongst the mix is Inglourious Basterds star Mélanie Laurent with her second directorial outing, Respire, which grabbed a special screening berth.
Djinn Carrenard’s "Faire L’Amour" will open the sidebar, run by the French Film Critics Syndicate, with Melanie Laurent’s second feature film, "Breathe" getting an out-of-competition screening. read more
Federal prosecutor say former Baton Rouge businessman Gregory M. Walker, who has admitted defrauding buyers of $1.4 million in Louisiana film tax credits that he did not own, allegedly enticed $325,000 from other investors in July.