Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Illustrated Edition Release Date
Bloomsbury publishing announced the illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban will be released October 3, 2017 in both the US & UK. As with previous editions, the book will contain original illustrations by artist Jim Kay.
James and Oliver Phelps Will Attend Harry Potter: The Exhibition Netherlands Opening
Harry Potter: The Exhibition opens in Utrecht on February 11, 2017. In a video posted to ?? James and Oliver Phelps announced they are making an appearance at the opening. Tickets for the exhibition are available now by using this link. Harry Potter: The Exhibition is a traveling exhibition where guests have the opportunity to see costumes and props up close as well as visit reproduced film sets. There are several interactive areas where guests can toss a Quaffle ball, pull their own Mandrake in the Herbology classroom and tour a re-creation of Hagrid’s hut.
More Tickets Released for ‘Cursed Child’
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child production announced another 75,000 tickets will go on sale January 23, 2017 at 11 GMT. Tickets are for performances from February 7th, 2018 to April 29th, 2018. Tickets will be priced from £15 per part, including over 300 tickets under £20 per part available for every performance. In addition, regular ticket releases will be announced on the Cursed Child website and other official social media throughout the year.
The regular performance schedule is as follows:
Monday – no performance
Tuesday – no performance
Wednesday – 2 pm Part One & 7:30 pm Part Two
Thursday – 7:30 pm Part One
Friday – 7:30 pm Part Two
Saturday – 2 pm Part One & 7:30pm Part Two
Sunday – 1 pm Part One & 6:30 pm Part Two
Current List of ‘Fantastic Beasts’ Award Nominations
We’ve been reporting on the nominations that Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them has received and they keep pouring in!
Here’s the current list of award nominations:
Casting Society of America – Achievement in casting – winners announced January 19th – follow this link for more information – Did not win
Oscar Finalist – Visual Special Effects – nominations announced January 24th – follow this link for more information – Nominated for production design (Stuart Craig) and costume design (Colleen Atwood) – Won for Costume Design 🏆
VES Awards – Film and VR game – Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Feature, Outstanding Visual Effects in a Real-Time Project, Outstanding Animated Performance in a Photoreal Feature, Outstanding Animated Performance in an Episode or Real-Time Project – winners announced February 7th – follow this link for the full list of nominees – Did not win
Art Directors Guild – Stuart Craig – Excellence in production designs – winners announced February 11th – follow this link for more information – Did not win
BAFTA’s – Outstanding British Film, Special Visual Effects, Production Design, Costume Design and Sound – winners announced on February 12th – follow this link for the full list of nominees – Won for Production Design 🏆
MUAHS Awards – Feature Motion Picture: Best Period and/or Character Hair Styling, Best Period and/or Character Makeup, Best Special Makeup Effects – winners announced February 19th – follow this link for a full list of nominees – Did not win
Costume Designers Guild Awards – Colleen Atwood – Excellence in Fantasy Film – winners announced February 21st – follow this link for a full list of nominees – Did not win
Empire Awards – Eddie Redmayne – Best Actor, Best Costume Design, Best Make-Up and Hairstyling, Best Visual Effects, Best Production Design, and Best British Film. Follow this link to place your vote! The Empire Awards will be held on March 19th. Follow this link for a full list of nominees and to place your vote