There's so many writers in the world who would love JK Rowling's level of success with Harry Potter.
Actually, writer or not, who wouldn't love to be a billionaire?
I admit, I never thought that Hammer Films, the classic British horror studio of yore, could ever be resurrected, but never count out the magic of Harry Potter.
It's no surprise Hunger Games had an enormous opening weekend at the box office, although still not the biggest of all time.
All seven Harry Potter books are finally available as e-books, through the Pottermore online shop.
As expected, The Hunger Games had an enormous three day weekend, pulling in a cool $152 million.
Daniel Radcliffe is perhaps best known for portraying the bookish Harry Potter, a popular character created by the bestselling British author J. K. Rowling.
The ultimate set of discs for the Harry Potter fan will be the Wizards Collection, which is particularly notable due to its $500 price tage, and, well, its sheer coolness.
Little Brown Book Group (LBBG) has clinched a deal to publish J.K.Rowling’s next novel, which the company says will be for adult audiences.
Summit Entertainment acquired the rights to adapt The Night Circus - a young adult fantasy novel - about a year ago.
Fox and Warner Brothers tried, they really did, but neither Rise of the Planet of the Apes, nor Harry Potter got Oscar nominations beyond the usual stuff, the technical awards.
The Harry Potter movies are finally done, but Daniel Radcliffe isn't looking back or resting on his laurels.
Hammer was the British film company that produced such classics as The Horror of Dracula and The Curse of Frankenstein, while making stars out of Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.
Another year is already behind us, but the box office results were pretty clear by the end of December.
As Oscar season approaches, Warner Brothers has been pushing for a big Harry Potter win
Driving around L.A., which is definitely an industry town, you see billboards everywhere for Harry Potter asking CONSIDER in big letters.
Considering the cash cow the Harry Potter franchise continues to be, the news that Warner Brothers is pulling the movies off the market definitely surprises me.
Fox has purchased a new urban fantasy series called The Magicians, which is based on a bestselling 2009 fantasy novel of the same name.
It's amazing how fast time flies. This summer was the end of Harry Potter at the movies, and it was back on November 16, 2001 that the first film - Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in the UK) - hit the theaters.
Although The Dark Tower was ultimately turned down by Universal, it seems as if the key screenwriter and director behind the Harry Potter movies are planning to make The Stand their next big film - with a little help from Warner Bros.
Michael Bay is a lot like the line in Spinal Tap: the amps go to eleven, or in his case, more like twenty.
Like heavy metal itself, Bay wants everything bigger, fast, and more ear-splittingly louder than before.