Thieves have disrupted the magical world of the Harry Potter countdown.
They are arguably the most recognizable book covers in America. Rich colors swirl across the page, centering on the focal point - a young boy with messy hair, green eyes, glasses and a highly identifiable scar.
As vivid as it may seem to some readers, the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
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Hollywood suddenly has a sense of humor. Or maybe it just has economic sense - comedies tend to be cheaper to make than effects-laden blockbusters like this weekend's "Spider-Man 3" - but whatever the reason, a laugh-laden summer awaits. Get ready to guffaw at everything from "Superbad" to "The Simpsons Movie."
In 2007, film distributors continued to assume folks in towns smaller than New York and Los Angeles are morons.
Harry Potter just keeps topping himself.
So astounding was the response of the book-buying public to J.K. Rowlings' fifth bestseller about Harry Potter that some might wonder if wizardry were responsible.
BAXTER - Muggles at the July 10 opening of "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" at Movies 10 weren't just buzzing about the movie.
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