Harry Potter & Sherlock Holmes
Harry Potter is a series of seven fantasy novels written by the British author J. K. Rowling. The books chronicle the adventures of a wizard, Harry Potter, and his friends Ronald Weasley and Hermione Granger, all of whom are students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Sherlock Holmes is a fictional detective created by Scottish author and physician Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. /5
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Campaign to promote Brexit Britain leans on Harry Potter and Sherlock Holmes
كتاب بتحبو ؟ — Harry Potter. the three musketeers. the invisible man. Sherlock Holmes. Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Robinson …
by that same token, Harry Potter, James Bond, Sherlock Holmes are only for Brits
Sherlock Holmes meets Harry Potter in the film favorite - Young Sherlock Holmes April 11:
At Baker St station youll see Sherlock Holmes, at Kings X its Harry Potter. Wheres the William Wilberforce images at Clapham
Same question again and again..Harry Potter, Sherlock Holmes and Arthur Conan Doyle Books The Oath of the Vayuputras The Silkworm...
2020 Casting contacted us this week to help them spread the word that they are seeking crowds for a 'major Hollywood production' to be shot in Southampton in November (they wouldn't reveal details!) They were responsible for extras in Harry Potter, Sherlock Holmes, Star Wars, World War Z etc. Photo shoots taking place next week. People selected will be well paid. Details below.. Please share this around!
Okay shot Hamish Clark for the tag. But this is a really hard one. I don't know if i can narrow down my 10 favourite books but i'll give it a good crack. 1 - The Book Thief - Markus Zusak. 2 - Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - JK 3 - Atonement - Ian McEwan 4 - Hamlet - Shakespeare (counts as a book) 5 - The Hobbit - J.R. 6 - The Big Sleep - Raymond Chandler. 7 - Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen 8 - Casino Royale (1953) - Ian Fleming 9 - The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes - A.C. Doyle. 10 - 1st to Die - James Patterson. ps definitely forgotten about some. Nominate Dee Penno, Adam Fern , Searle and Emily Woods. - Only people i could think of that actually read... ;)
10 Books that Matter to me. Looks like I've been challenged by Ben Tanzer and Jessica Hatch, thanks! Rules: Don't take more than a few minutes and do not think too hard. They don't have to be the "right" books or great works of literature, just ones that have affected you in some way. Then tag (pick a number) friends including me so I can see your list. If i'm saying which ones affected me and start back in the day: 1. The Young Carthaginian - G. A. Henty (or any of his historical fiction novels) 2. Where the Red Fern Grows - Wilson Rawls 3. The Call of the Wild - Jack London 4. 1984 - George Orwell 5. Lord of the Rings - J.R.R. Tolkien 6. Harry Potter - J.K. Rowling 7. The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins 8. Any of the Sherlock Holmes novels - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 9. The Bible 10. Sailing Alone Around the Room - Billy Collins Your turn: Andrew Thomas Barber, Jessica Barber, Paul Bowers, Coe Douglas.
The newest addition to my fantasy bucket list: Benedict Cumberbatch reading one of my favorite books (very likely Harry Potter) to me in the style of Sherlock Holmes or Smaug. He can choose the character of his liking, or a delightful mixture of the two.
Name: Francis Anne Manalo Age: 17 Nationality: Filipino Hometown: Scarborough High school: St. Joseph's Morrow Park Major: Kinesiology Hobbies: Tumblr, TV marathons, reading, eating, playing with my dog, hanging out with friends Favourite music: Anything really with a really good beat or gets me pumped. Favourite TV shows: Games of Thrones, Criminal Minds, Bob's Burgers, Sherlock, Merlin, Supernatural, ATLA/ATLOK, Reign, Pushing Daisies, 2 Broke Girls, American Horror Story Favourite Movies: Frozen, any Disney movie or movie from Tim Burton really. Harry Potter series Favourite Books: I haven't actually read anything in a while. The Fault in Our Stars, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (not done yet) Favourite Food: I will always be craving sushi. Favourite Sports: I am counting dancing as a sport and no one will tell me otherwise. Do you drink: eh. on occasion. Do you smoke: nope Are grades important: extremely. Shy or Outgoing: Shy but once I open up to you I'm pretty outgoing.
To the extent that the Warner Brothers studio is known for anything these days, it's for greenlighting mega-franchises: the Harry Potter movies, the Matrix trilogy, Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy, the "Lord of the Rings" and "Hobbit" trilogies (made by Warner Brothers indie division New Line Pictures), the "Sherlock Holmes" movies, the "Hangover" comedies, and the Superman movies (including this year's upcoming "The Man of Steel").
The Royal Avengers a.k.a. Justice League of England. Role call: The Doctor from Doctor Who, James Bond, Sherlock Holmes, Harry Potter and Laura Croft from Tomb Raider (she counts, as her original Core Design ARE British). I would certainly be interesting to see how these characters would play off each other. But I say either Doctor or Bond would be the leaders and Harry Potter I would see as the voice of reason.
Decisions, decisions. I have so many books to read! I have ALL of the original Star Trek episodes transcribed into novel form, The Star Wars trilogy books, the Star Wars Thrawn trilogy books, all of the LOTR books (including te Hobbit, all of the Hitchhikers Guide books, the first four Harry Potter books, the first three Sword of Truth books, Eragon, the Chrinicles of Narnia, four Michael Crichton books, four Dan Brown books, the Complete Sherlock Holmes collection, the first book in the Wheel of Time series and a whole box of various fantasy and fiction books...,, I don't even know where to start. Do any of my nerds have suggestions? Whatever I start is going to be a pretty long endeavor because I have whole complete series of novels...
a movie on netflix: The Starving Games: In this satirical take on The Hunger Games, a young girl named Kantmiss takes part in a vicious competition that pits adolescents against one another. The tongue-in-cheek comedy also spoofs The Avengers, Sherlock Holmes and the Harry Potter saga.
My friend and I came up with some great fandom insults: Harry Potter: "Quirrell was right, there is a troll in the dungeon." "Yeah cool, you mixed chemicals. You're not the Half Blood Prince." "Did Azkaban run out of jobs for you, little Dementer?" Hunger Games: "I can see why no one would volunteer for you." "You should all die first in the arena from pure stupidity." Supernatural: "If I don't exorcise you will you promise to shut up?" Doctor Who: "I think you'd scare Amy more than the crack in her wall." "Someone's getting their Dalek on." "Man, I wish you had two shadows." "Oh, look, the Slitheen have arrived." Lord of the Rings: "Shouldn't you be leading Frodo and Sam to Mordor?" "You look like an orc." Sherlock: "Yes, you solved a math problem but you're not Sherlock Holmes." "Don't let her read aloud, she'll lower the IQ of the entire school." Percy Jackson: "Medusa wouldn't want you as a statue." "You're going to another class, not on a quest." Did you get cursed by Athena or were you born looking ...
My parents' first date was a James Bond 007 film. I've seen most of them. Except for maybe one or two of the Roger Moore ones and one of the Timothy Dalton ones. This is a natural team-up. Tony Stark and Bond. James Bond. Right now I'm reading the original Fleming novels. Very eye-opening. They were not filmed in the order that they were written, like Harry Potter. Bond and Sherlock Holmes share that, unless you're considering the PBS Sherlock Holmes starring the late, great Jeremy Brett. Here's a cool team-up courtesy of Super-Team Family: The Lost issues!
did you know The set for Sherlock Holmes' home is the same one used for Sirius Black's home in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007).
Tour guide by the Bod today: 'Oxford is most famous for Inspector Morse, Sherlock Holmes (??) and Harry Potter' None even real
Hey guys, I'm looking for some new book series to drown myself in... throw me some suggestions! Side note - if you were gonna mention... - Lord of the Rings - Harry Potter - Game of Thrones - Chronicles of Narnia - Jurassic Park - Sherlock Holmes (crap, I need to return that to Amelia...) ...I've already read all of 'em, so don't worry about those.
These are not all of my movies but some of them. Yes my taste is all over the place. Some movies I like more than others :P * 50/50 * 500 Days of Summer * Alice in Wonderland (2010) * Blade Trilogy * Blood Diamonds * Brave * Burke and Hare * Captain America * Clash of the Titans * Conan the Barbarian (2011) * Crazy, Stupid, Love * Daybreakers * Death Race * Donnie Darko * Drive * Eat, Pray, Love * Fast and Furious (ALL) * Fantastic Mr Fox * Friday the 13th * Friends with Benefits * Gamer * Harry Potter (ALL) * Immortals * In Time * Iron Man * Just My Luck * Law Abiding Citizen * Les Miserables * Lilo and Stitch * Love and Other Drugs * Love Happens * Magic Mike * My Sister's Keeper * Mulan * Orphan * Paul * Planet 51 * Priest * Prince of Persia * Reel Steel * Red * Resident Evil (ALL) * Sherlock Holmes * Shutter Island * Splice * Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li * The Bucket List * The Cabins in the Woods * The Haunti ...
June 21 - This Friday - ONE NIGHT ONLY! Our Orchestra's concert, "Of Stories and Songs" will feature Mussourgsky's "Night on Bald Mountain," music from "Harry Potter," highlights from "Jurassic Park," as well as many other selections that will bring to life the characters, settings, and action of great literature such as "Moby *** " "The Odyssey," and "Sherlock Holmes." More info at
Any Sherlock fans out there, eh? Well, I'm thinking of maybe writing a Potterlock fanfiction (Sherlock/Harry Potter), And I was wondering if this sounded interesting, for the plotline and whatnot? Basically, there is a Death Eater attack on Muggle London, and a few members of the Order of the Phoenix (Sirius and Remus, in this case) have to go clear away the bodies and wipe the memories of any eye-witnesses, etc. etc. But what they didn't count on was that the London police force had took matters into their own hands, and that they'd called in the help of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson... And then I have ideas for a good few chapters ahead of that, but that's all I'm telling you for now ;) ~The Hermster
I just wrote an paragraph on how I'd like to spend a Friday with Nikola Tesla, & how much I love Harry Potter, Darcy, and Sherlock Holmes.
So I had to post an introduction of myself for my online Cultural Anthropology class. They asked for it. "Greetings, my fellow students. My name is Shane Trunnell. I was born July 31, Harry Potter's birthday (Coincidence? Probably), and can boast an impressive 21 years of not having fatally injured myself. I'm majoring in Philosophy, because nothing thrills me more than grand ideas and unemployment. I'm a man of one talent (beatboxing), which is my favored method of wooing the ladies. I'm currently single. My hobbies include reading, illegal street racing, and sarcasm. I own a Sherlock Holmes costume that I wear in public probably more than is socially acceptable, and really enjoy debating theology and politics probably more than is socially acceptable. Other than that, picture your stereotypical geek and you're probably in the right ballpark. I'm taking this class because the only way to see yourself is to look through another's eyes. Seeing other culture's assumptions and myths make you look a ...
So earlier today I texted a picture of Martin Freeman to my nana and she said "that's hysterical!" And she's at my house now and she said something was hysterical, so I say, "Like Martin Freeman!" Nana: Doctor Who! Me: Nana: Nooo, it's Sherlock Holmes! Me: Nana: Nevermind, he's Twilight! Me: *walks away* Nana: (talking to sister) It's the Hunger Games person!!! Sister: Guess who he is! Nana: Doctor Who or Sherlock Holmes! Sister: Nana: He's Harry Potter!! Sister: (finally) No, he's John Watson Nana: Whats that famous line with John Watson? "John Watson, you're my man"? I love my nana:)
The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Adele, James Bond, Sherlock Holmes, Harry Potter and that's just the...
Me: Harry Potter is, like, the gateway fandom. You start reading the books, then all of a sudden you have a Sonic Screw driver, you're carrying salt everywhere and awkwardly in love with Sherlock Holmes and you don't really know how any of it happened, but you're pretty sure it started because Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dursely of 4 Privet Drive were proud to say that they were perfectly normal thank you very much. Friend: I don't even know how to respond to that. ~Ginny
I laugh with both Fred and George Weasley. I am best friends with Harry Potter and Ron Weasley. I love both Simon Lewis and Jace Wayland. I couldn't be without Will Herondale and Jem Carstairs. I couldn't giggle as much without Merry Brandybuck and Pippin Took. Bromance would be dead without Sherlock Holmes and John Watson. I'd be alone without Arthur Pendragon and Merlin. Without The Doctor there would be silence. I would keep both Peeta Mellark and Finnick Odair with me always. Rivalry wouldn't be the same without Ian O'Shea and Jared Howe. I need my fandom boys. Feel free to add to the list (Just no Twilight) ;) -Weaslette
JJ Roby: What is your fave book/movie? Apart from Harry Potter!? Guess for books, it's got to be any of the Sherlock Holmes series by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Closley followed by anything by Darren Shan, Edgar Allen Poe, Shakespeare, P.C. Cast or Terry Pratchett. - Yeah, I read a lot. - AS FOR MOVIES: Anything by Tim Burton, Any of the Pokemon movies or Labyrinth. Off the top of my head. :) ~Firenze
Somehow me and Pete have just told the boys that Sherlock Holmes and Harry Potter killed Jimmy Saville.
We have been TOTing for 15 years now between all the kids. We have had some great costumes thru the years, ghostbusters, Sherlock Holmes, Krispy Kreme delivery guy, garbage man, washing machines, laundry baskets, crocodile hunters, Harry Potter, jesters, knights, Peter Pan, dragons, Woody from Toy Story, super heroes... For the most part their costumes reflected their interest for the year. I am a little teary eyed that its all coming to an end. I always complain about creating the costumes when I am down to crunch time but in the end it leaves me what lots of great memories. This time has flown by. They have grown up too fast I now realize.
My all time favorite modern composers: Hans Zimmer and John Williams. Why? Between the two of them they have composed/arranged the music to Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, Saving Private Ryan, Home Alone, Superman, Hook, the modern day Olympic Fanfare, E.T., Jaws, Gladiator, Pirates of the Caribbean, Narnia, The Batman Trilogy (Nolan), Spirit, Inception, The Lion King, Sherlock Holmes, The Last Samurai, Crimson Tide, The Da Vinci Code, and more. All good movies, all epic soundtracks.
I'm bored. So I'm going to list my favorite movies, in no specific order lol. Sherlock Holmes, The Dark Knight, Natural Born Killers, The Cleaner, The Shining, The Exorcist, How High, The Boys from Brazil, The Boy in the striped pajamas, Straw Dogs, The hangover, Harry potter & the prisoner of azkiban, Pirates of the Carribean ( all 3 ), Kill Bill ( all 3 ), Marathon man, the sixth sense, Artificial Intelligence, Edward Scissorhands, Sweeney Todd, Coraline, Friday ( all 3 ), Paranormal Activity( all 3), Saw ( all bagillion of.them lol ), Borderland, the skeleton key, What's love got to do with it, The brother's Grimm, Interview with a vampire, Underworld ( all of em ), Benjamin Button, The green mile, Saving Private Ryan, Castaway, Dracula vs. batman lol ( animated ), Ponyo, Howl's moving castle, The Jungle book, Anastasia, Mulan, the Black cauldron, Queen of the damned, Cabin fever, Resident Evil I cant think of any more atm lol :/
If I'm lucky enough to be blessed with a wife and child one day, that child is going to grow up being told some of the best bedtime stories: The Very Hungry Catepillar, Where The Wild Things Are, Treasure Island, The Lord of The Rings, Harry Potter, and Sherlock Holmes to name a few. They should love being told stories and providing them with a few of my favorites can only help! (Thank you brain for giving me the most random dream to make me think about this lol)
To those who borrow Movies from us: we are missing the following movies if you have any let me know asap: Sex & the City2, Jack & Jill, Apollo 18, Harry Potter and the deathly hollows pt. 1, Paul, Unknown, Alpha Dog, Sherlock Holmes, Storm of the Century, The Thing, 50/50, Silent Hill, Going the Distance, Life as we know it, and Due Date. I need to know by tomorrow thanks!!!
//So. Erm. I should say something about myself. I'm a literate roleplayer. Hello, that's me! I'm also a writer as my profession. That means para. Multi-para. My responses can be as long as 15 paragraphs, but more likely, they're around nine or ten upon average. I've never roleplayed John before, and I'm slightly new to the fandom of BBC Sherlock, so I don't expect my responses to be that long yet, but they'll get there. I'm a fan of British stuff - including Doctor Who, Harry Potter, Sherlock, Torchwood, and Merlin. That's just films. Also included are The Lord of the Rings and the Sherlock Holmes short stories/novels. And Charles Dickens. I...let's see. As far as Doctor Who, David Tennant is and always will be my Doctor, with Peter Davison and Christopher Eccleston vying for second place. Donna will always be my companion, followed closely by Jack. I ship Nine/Rose and Ten/Rose, but that's it. Sherlock? I like John. And I like Mycroft. No specified pairings. Harry Potter? Marauder Era, or Teddy Lupin. Pa ...
So, I can understand Lego video games, but now, they're making a Lego movie. With some characters from the Lego games(Harry Potter, Star Wars etc.) It is said to be released February 28th 2014. Also being released in February, if your a fan of "Cloudy with a chance of meatballs" then your gonna love this, a sequal. Cloudy2: Revenge of the Leftovers. The directors are the ones who directed movies such as "Sherlock Holmes" and "21 Jump Street".
Like this status if you have a friendship that is like Harry Potter and Ron Weasley, James Potter and Sirius Black, The Doctor and Donna Noble, Scaggy and Scooby, Arthur and Merlin, Sherlock Holmes and John Watson, The Boondock Saint Brothers and Rocco
The set of Holmes' house in the 2009 movie "Sherlock Holmes" was previously used as Sirius Black's home in Harry Potter
Taking a break and reading the latest Entertainment weekly, featuring 50th anniversary of the James Bond franchise. I'm a big James Bond fan. Came across an interesting fact. Here is a list of actors who were considered to play James Bond by the producers (and some were screen-tested). Most I knew but there couple actors I had no idea. Here's the list of "Almost Bond" actors: James Brolin, Burt Reynolds, Clint Eastwood, Michael Gambon (Harry Potter's Dumbledore), Rex Harrison, Sam Worthington (Avatar), Sam Neill, Mel Gibson, Michael Cain, Richard Burton, Henry Cavill (upcoming Superman) and Cary Grant. The writer missed one - Jeremy Brett (Granada BBC TV Sherlock Holmes).
lik karna n duryodhana in Mahabharath, lik rajni n mammooty in Thalapathy, lik aamir khan, sharman joshi n madhavan in 3 *** lik Sherlock Holmes n John Watson in all versions n titles of Sherlock Holmes, lik Harry, Ron n Hermione in Harry Potter, lik Frodo Baggins n Samwise Gamgee in LOTR... i hope all of us hav atleast one friend on whom v can always count on!!!...HAPPY FRIENDSHIP DAY TO AL...
So when they brought out Mr. Bean in the opening ceremonies, I yelled at the TV, "Mr. Bean? Give me Harry Potter, Doctor Who, James Bond, or Sherlock Holmes!" How did the opening ceremonies respond? By playing the TARDIS engine noise over Bohemian Rhapsody. Alright, opening ceremonies. We're cool.
Harry Potter, Hunger Games, and Sherlock Holmes on audio book? I THINK SO!
Whew 10 hours of season 2 game of thrones, Super 8, Sherlock Holmes 2, Pirates of the Caribbean 4, Harry Potter Hallows P2 & The Avengers. After I get some rest I think I'll do: Drive, Cowboys & Aliens, Apollo 18, Contraband, Columbiana, Limitless, Immortals & maybe Paul or Killer Elite before going & getting my check and running errands tomorrow. Night All.
Aww, Sherlock Holmes Museum costs £6 ): will save up for Harry Potter instead! Sorry, 221B Baker Street! ]:
My bookshelf is almost good. I have Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, Twilight, A Game of Thrones, Sherlock Holmes and Percy Jackson.
Holmes and Watson's residence in "Sherlock Holmes" is the exact same house Sirius Black lives in during "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix."
There is no more horrific enemy than the Daleks. There is no more significant science fiction phenomenon than Doctor Who. In the history of British fiction, certain characters stand out and last. Sherlock Holmes. Bilbo Baggins. Frankenstein. Dracula. Keith Richards... ;-) Perhaps James Bond and Harry Potter are at that level. Doctor Who deserves to be recognized as one such character. He is transcendent and his impact has been incredible.
Best Movies of 2011-2012 :- 1- Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011) Jack Sparrow and Barbossa embark on a quest to find the elusive fountain of youth, only to discover that Blackbeard and his daughter are after it too. (136 mins.) 2- Fast Five (2011) Dominic and his crew Find Themselves on the wrong side of the law once again as they try to switch lanes between a ruthless drug lord and a relentless federal agent. (130 mins.) 3- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 Harry, Ron and Hermione search for Voldemort's remaining Horcruxes in their effort to destroy the Dark Lord. (130 mins.) 4- Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows Sherlock Holmes and his sidekick Dr. Watson join forces to outwit and bring down their fiercest adversary, Professor Moriarty. (129 mins.) 5- Transformers: Dark of the Moon The Autobots learn of a Cybertronian spacecraft hidden on the moon, and race against the Decepticons to reach it and to learn its secrets. (154 mins.) 6- The Hangover Part II Two years after the ba ...
Send this to anyone to see if they qualify to be your best friend. Also, post your answers in the comments to see how you score! BEST FRIEND TEST: 1.) Batman or Spiderman? 2.) Pirates or ninjas? 3.) Sherlock Holmes or James Bond? 4.) Pokemon or Dragonball Z? 5.) Black or white? 6.) Apples or pineapples? 7.) Hunger Games or Harry Potter? 8.) NYC or DC? 9.) Horses or wolves? 10.) Cats or dogs? 11.) Long hair or short? 12.) Cake or pie? 13.) Spoon or fork? 14.) Chris Colfer or Andy Biersack? 15.) Fire or ice? 16.) Hot or cold? 17.) Music or art? 18.) Black Veil Brides or One Direction? 19.) Emo or goth? 20.) Popular or hipster? 21.) Vans or Converse? 22.) Hats or glasses? 23.) Finding Nemo or Lion King? 24.) YouTube or DeviantArt? 25.) Red or blue?
I'm currently reading: 1. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (never read the books before, though I've seen all the films); 2. Star Trek: Vanguard - Declassified; 3. Prelude to Foundation (reading through Asimov's Foundation & Empire series); 4. 1634: The Bavarian Crisis (trying to catch up on the Ring of Fire alternate history series); 5. A Study in Scarlet (starting up the Complete Sherlock Holmes collection) and for the summer class I'm taking: 6. Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans by Plutarch 7. The History of Rome by Livy Yes, I like to read a half-dozen books at once. And yes, I love my Kindle. My list of books I plan to start as I finish these is, shall we say, extensive. There's more than 250 just in the Star Trek books, not to mention the other series I'm reading (Ring of Fire, Honor Harrington, Foundation & Empire, Sherlock Holmes, etc), or the collected works of classics like L. Frank Baum, H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, and so many others... I've probably got 1000 books on my Kindle wai ...
Flippen awesome masterclass with Oscar and BAFTA nominee Chas Jarrett VFX Supervisor on Sherlock Holmes, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Sweeney Todd, Troy, Harry Potter, 007 etc. Thinking...that's what you studying for !!!
it just occured to me how dimished art in general would be if the UK didnt exist. think of it, no Shakespeare, no Sherlock Holmes, no Doctor Who, no Beatles, no Gilbert and Sullivan, no Jame Bond, no Harry Potter, no Neil Gaiman or Alan Moore, no Monty Python! Would you want to live in a world like that!?
There's also several Sherlock Holmes, Doctor Who, Harry Potter, Hunger Games, and Marvel teas; all by the same person.
My mum just gave me Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in English and he complete series/stories of Sherlock Holmes.
The VES nominations have been released a tad early it seems by the Hollywood Reporter, which is claiming James Cameron’s “Avatar” led the list of nominations scoring 11 nominations. The animated “Coraline,”also released in Stereo, followed with four nominations. New Zealand-based Weta Digital, which worked on “Avatar,” led the company noms with nine. For visual effects in an effects-driven motion picture feature, the nominees are “2012,” “Avatar,” “District 9,” “Star Trek” and “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.” Noms for supporting visual effects in a movie went to “Angels & Demons,” “The Box,” “Invictus,” “The Road” and “Sherlock Holmes.” “9,” “Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs,” “Caroline,” “Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs” and “Up” were nominated for outstanding animation in an animated feature. VES noms in 20 categories, covering film, animation, TV, commercials and video games were chosen Saturday by blue-ribbon panels of VES ...
author J. K. Rowling. The books chronicle the adventures of a wizard, Harry Potter and his friends Ronald Weasley and Hermione Granger, all of whom are students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The main story arc concerns Harry's quest to overcome the Dark wizard Lord Voldemort, whose aims are to become immortal, to conquer the wizarding world, subjugate non-magical people, and destroy all those who stand in his way, especially Harry Potter. Since the release of the first novel Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone on 30 June 1997, the books have gained immense popularity, critical acclaim and commercial success worldwide. The series has also had some share of criticism, including concern for the increasingly dark tone. As of June 2011[update], the book series has sold about 450 million copies, making it the best-selling books series in history and has been translated into 67 languages, and the last four books consecutively set records as the fastest-selling books in history. A s ...
I also have all (but 2) of the Harry Potter books, all of the Sherlock Holmes stories, and all of Edgar Allen Poe's writings.
From The A.V. Club: In between pointing at celebrities they recognize and cackling like babies entranced by a dangling set of car keys, spoof movie duo Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer announced that The Starving Games would follow the comic formula of predecessors like Meet The Spartans and Vampires Suck, i.e. borrowing the backdrop of The Hunger Games and then inserting references to unrelated movies such as The Avengers, Sherlock Holmes: Game Of Shadows, and Harry Potter that people will immediately identify and therefore find funny. "We hope to cram as much mirthless incorporation of mainstream Popular Culture into our film as our short attention spans and total creative indolence allow," Friedberg and Seltzer said in the statement we just made up that is an example of actual spoofing, adding, "Also, her name will probably be Fatness, and she'll be real fat."
Anyone know anyone who likes Thomas Kincade puzzles? Mom was a fiend for 'em. Most are open but complete but I have 8 unopened 1000 piece ones. Those & her Tony Hillerman, harry Potter (yes, Mom read Harry Potter, lol), Sherlock Holmes books are going to have to be sold but I haven't figured out out since I don't want to do the whole Ebay mess again. Lose more than I make usually.
Check out Toronto Public Library's special collections: Harry Potter, Sherlock Holmes and Audubon’s Birds of America
Harry Potter, Sherlock Holmes and Audobon's Birds of America among Toronto ... - Toronto Star
The picture of Dorian Gray! The Lost Symbol! The collection of all Sherlock Holmes books! Harry Potter! These things shaped me!
18. I'll love you if: You like Harry Potter, Doctor Who, Sherlock Holmes and my obsession with Gary Oldman.
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