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Harry Potter in the style of the Power Rangers: Mystic Force Opening

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Polish Potter LARPers from the College of Wizardry are seeking funding via Indiegogo to put on a four day wizardng school event that includes the opportunity for 130 people to attend classes and spend three nights at a real Polish castle, be sorted into a magical house, and roleplay to their hearts' content.

If they manage to raise one million dollars through the campaign, the group intends to purchase a castle in Poland to make their wizarding school real (well, as real as it can get, anyway).  Though last year's event was given permission by Warner Bros. to use terms from the Harry Potter series, future events will not be set in the famed magician's universe, but will instead be a part of an original magical world.  





Check out their campaign for more info.

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TripAdvisor is sending one lucky Harry Potter fan around the world.  You can enter at TripAdvisor.com.

The site provided these details on what the winner can expect from this excursion:

Your adventure begins at the Grand Opening of The Wizarding World of Harry PotterTM at Universal Studios HollywoodSM and continues to Universal Orlando® Resort and Universal Studios Japan®. Plus, experience a behind-the-scenes look at where the Harry PotterTM films were made at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London.


Apparently the sweepstakes is in honor of the grand opening of the Wizarding World in Hollywood.

 

Draco's birthday and harry potter's son keep J K Rowling on Twitter
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J.K. Rowling confirmed a fan June 5 in their celebration of the character Draco Malfoy's birthday. She even let slip his age.



At the ripe, old age of 35, Draco can now officially be elected the President of the United States. Except for the fact that he was probably born in England. Or in the Wizarding World. Or whatever.

But if his parents took a portkey to America for the birth of their son and he was naturalized in the colonies, he could still make a run for it.

Rowling didn't stop there.

She amazingly took on a fan who doubted the legitimacy of Harry's naming his son after Serverus Snape.



What a basic fan complaint. Why do you engage with this J.K.? Don't you have things to do? Where are your children?

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