Hey, it’s Sam, and we’ve dug up another YouTube treasure, mateys! Fans of Harry Potter? This treasure will leave you stupefied for more! Okay, so Hermione–sorry, Emma Watson–is getting interviewed for Prisoner of Azkaban. The interviewer mentions how Hermione “socked it to” Draco in the movie, and a good “sock” it was. And out of nowhere, he says that he wants Emma to punch him. I’m not lying. He really said it. You can even check the video if you want to. I don’t know how many 5-Hour Energies he had to drink to work up the nerve to say that. And amidst his begging, Emma really sucker punches him hard. Even costing him a couple teeth. If the tooth fairy comes tonight, that guy will be a thousandaire tomorrow morning. 😀
I mean seriously, when Muggles get mad, they get mad! Now, this video got almost 4.5 million views since its release back in January 2006 by christmassacre, so we’re all not really surprised how it went viral. Over 5,000 people liked this video, but almost 500 dislikes grew. Why are there any dislikes? Maybe, besides those overprotective parents. And again, the video isn’t even that long, it’s only almost a minute long. And to tie in, I’ll show you the other video of Hermione sucker punching Draco.
Now this video is almost at 50,000 views, so it’s not strongly viral otherwise. Even if it was released last year in April. When Sammwak basically started. But the surprising note of over 100 likes and absolutely no dislikes is a shocker of awesomeness. Good job, Pokehero2009. This mostly got comments about how Hermione did the sock-it-to-em on Draco, and how he deserved it, and how people kept pressing the seven button…
So this is an important life lesson: never mess with a Muggle, let alone Hermione. 😦 I even got this pic sent by her!
So, remember that, and I’ll see you when we dig up our next YouTube treasure! 😉
Hey guys, it’s Sam again. Yes, it is the start of July today, a very patriotic month on the face of the country! And not only is July the month of America and independence, it’s also the month of everything Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2. Everyone’s waiting for the big finale of the worldwide phenomenon, where it all ends. Not only is the epic fantasy itself releasing on July 15…
But its accompanying video game (again, by EA) and soundtrack (again, composed by the French film composer Alexandre Desplat) are releasing the same month…surprisingly, the same day on July 12, just three days before the big opening. The game has received a rating of E10+ for fantasy violence, or, if you’re talking about the Nintendo DS version, mild fantasy violence.
Harry Potter and the Death…eh, you can read, you know what’s it called. This game continues Harry, Hermione, and Ron’s search to find and destroy the remaining Horcruxes that gave Lord Voldemort immortality, and it all leads up to Harry and Voldemort’s final battle, sort of like the final Transformers. Still a third-person action adventure, this game isn’t entirely just a carbon copy of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, to address complaints from Part 1. The game will use cut-scenes to progress linearly, but without side missions like Part 1. This game’s combat involves button pressing which casts spells as attacks. Three face buttons, usually with either a symbol or a letter, and the second spell of a button can be activated if pressed twice. And if you’ve seen past movies, you’ve heard of Apparition. As a use of defense teleporting in and out of battle, Apparating is now a part of Part 2. With an over-the-shoulder view, you can control several characters including Harry, Ron, Hermione, Professor McGonagall, Neville, Ginny, and more.
HP7 Part 2 (that felt a lot better :D), the soundtrack to the movie of the same name, is composed, as I said, by the returning Alexandre Desplat (responsible for music for movies like Fantastic Mr. Fox, Twilight: New Moon, and The King’s Speech). The release date was announced by Amazon on 7/12/2011. Speaking of Amazon, they’re allowing pre-orders of the soundtrack, priced at just $12! 😉 Warner Bros.’s website confirmed Alexandre’s return to compose Part 2. Desplat himself said scoring was a “great challenge” and that he has “a lot of expectations to fulfill” ahead of him. The soundtrack composes of twenty-five songs, from “Lily’s Theme” to “A New Beginning”. The longest song is “Severus and Lily” at 6 minutes. “The Tunnel”, at almost 1:10, ranks as the shortest.
So, do you know what you’re going to be casting…er, craving…this July? 😀 😉
Later, from Sammwak. And now, I shall Apparate away! d(^_^)b
It’s coming…it’s coming…it’s coming…
That’s right. Hey guys it’s Sam and guess wut? Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I is coming next month! If ur a fan of Harry Potter, scream and jump for joy because part one of the epic finale is almost to theatres.
Now I’m no movie critic, but I’ve never seen one movie of Harry Potter. I ain’t even finished a book of Harry Potter. I’m still trying to finish the Sorcerer’s Stone and the Goblet of Fire.
I don’t even want to read another page anymore.The most pages I’ve read were 337, and that was from The Slippery Slope.
But anyways, back to the movie.
According to Wikipedia, the synopsis of this movie is that Harry, Hermione, and Ron have to find and destroy some Horcruxes that keep Voldemort immortal. Part one will be released in 2D and IMAX formats. Part 2 will introduce 3D. The film will also be published with D-BOX motion code in select theatres.
Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson will OBVIOUSLY return as Harry, Hermione, and Ron. This epic fantasy-adventure is hitting theatres Nov. 19. Its follower, part 2, will be released on July 15, 2011 (right before Nick’s 11th birthday :o)
Now I know some exclusive info according to Harry Potter Wiki.
– Dobby dies in this movie when Bellatrix Lestrange stabs him with a knife. ‘HERE LIES DOBBY, A FREE ELF.’ says Dobby’s grave’s epitaph, carved by Harry.
…And that’s all I know.
But anyways, in the meantime, shampoo a squirrel, pet a duck, sing show tunes with a bear, and scream at the sky. Because Harry Potter’s epic finale is coming…is it not?
CHECK YOUR CALENDAR TO SEE IF NOV. 19 IS AROUND THE CORNER! PART 1 OF HARRY POTTER’S EPIC FINALE HITS THEATERS NOV. 19!…I JUST TOLD YOU THAT.