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PostSubject: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   April 8th 2009, 03:25

here's a link to the place where you can get recent news on the HP park, just click on e-mail updates at the top. big grin

also, MuggleNet is podcasting and keeping pretty up-to-date with coverage on the park. there's also pics here of the construction taking place. 👽

eee! i'm SO excited about this baby!!

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   April 8th 2009, 04:28

That clown is creepy, I hope that's not in the parks, I'll stab it to death.

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   April 8th 2009, 04:44

haha, mmmmm... and the aggression returns! Wink

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   April 8th 2009, 04:54

Oh, I also meant to put if you want to listen to MuggleCast, go ahead haha, I listened to them back when I was way into the books before the seventh one came out and I have problems with some of the hosts. It can be fun though, just depends if they annoy you like they annoyed me.

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   April 8th 2009, 04:57

oohh, they mentioned their podcast on the section of their site where they discuss the upcoming park, and they made out as if it were maybe separate from their normal HP podcast, like it was strictly talk about the park only. maybe not though, i'll give it a go and letcha know. =)

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   April 8th 2009, 05:00

Okie, definitely let me know tongue

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   April 9th 2009, 03:35

nope, not strictly about the park but they have an episode where they discuss it though. not sure how current it is but i'm about to find out. tongue

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   April 9th 2009, 04:36

Let me know how it is :lol:

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   April 10th 2009, 04:11

listening to it now. they're basically telling things that we've already heard about.

the one girl was just now saying, 'i was thinking about all the lame things they could possibly throw in. like having a character dressed up like hagrid running around and taking pictures with kids!"

...haha, isn't that common sense though? of course they're going to do that. why wouldn't or shouldn't they?

and i wonder how big hogwarts is going to be when they finish?

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   April 10th 2009, 06:20

I wonder that too, anything less than the size of the castle at Disneyland and it'd be a disappointment.

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   April 10th 2009, 08:26

yeah, i think it would to a lot of people. they're expecting huge from what i've read.

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   April 12th 2009, 10:59

Hopefully this delivers, if it does it'll do nothing but good for Orlando, cause it will make Disney have to step up there game :shock:

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   April 14th 2009, 03:30

yeah, i was listening to the mugglenet podcast ep. that covered the new hp park and the girl (i forgot her name), said something i didn't believe. universal studios is more popular than disney world? she said it was because tourists mainly, but seriously? come on..

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   April 14th 2009, 05:53

Yeah, that was Laura. I think though that she's a native of Atlanta, which isn't that far away from Orlando and so I think when you're the age the people at MuggleCast are 18-19 the thrill rides are probably what does it for ya. For old men like me, I can dig them but it has to be all about theming.

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   August 4th 2009, 21:42

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PostSubject: Potential ride names for the wizarding world?   August 4th 2009, 21:47

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A sleuth over at the IOACentral message boards has unearthed a dozen recent trademark applications made by Warner Bros. Entertainment that appear to be for rides, shops and restaurants that will be part of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando.

The most intriguing? "Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey." It is one of three trademark filings in the batch for an amusement park ride, and it has touched off a torrent of speculation that it is the name of the dark ride that will be housed inside Universal's version of Hogwarts Castle.

The other two trademarks for rides include "Flight of the Hippogriff," which has long been rumored to be the future name of the Flying Unicorn, the children's coaster that Universal has temporarily closed down as part of the Potter construction, and "Dragon Challenge," which could be the new name of the Dueling Dragons roller coaster, which will eventually be rethemed and incorporated into the Wizarding World.

The trademark applications also include five for retail locations: "Dervish and Banges," which in the Potter books is a store that sells and repairs magical equipment; "Honeydukes," a candy shop; "Ollivanders," which sells magic wands; "Zonko's," a joke shop; and "Owl Post," which will presumably be themed around the Potter character's owl-based mail system.

There are also trademark applications for restaurant services: "Three Broomsticks," "Magic Neep," and "Butterbeer." And there is one for "Hogsmeade Village," which is described as a "themed area" and will likely be the location of most of the shops and restaurants.

One thing to keep in mind: It's unlikely that these names are set in stone. After all, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter isn't scheduled to open until sometime next year (Universal says by summer 2010 at the latest), giving Warner Bros. and Universal ample time to change their minds and think up new ones, particularly for the rides.
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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   August 4th 2009, 21:50

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Each of Orlando's theme-park resorts is promoting new attractions this year, but it's something that won't open until next year that really has people talking.

"The Wizarding World of Harry Potter," the $200 million-plus "theme park within a theme park" that is scheduled to open by next summer in Universal Orlando's Islands of Adventure, has sparked a near-constant stream of speculation about just how the resort will bring Harry Potter's universe to life.

"The industry scuttlebutt is that it will be fabulous," said Bob Rogers, founder of BRC Imagination Arts, a Burbank, Calif.-based attractions-design company. "I see the gleam in the eyes of the people who are working on it. They think they've got a real winner here."

Universal has kept the project — based on the wildly lucrative, seven-book series by British author J.K. Rowling and the movies it inspired — largely shrouded in secrecy. Contractors working on the project have been required to sign confidentiality agreements, and the resort has offered few clues beyond a handful of artist renderings. Universal has also fueled the hype with a series of Potter-themed Internet polls asking fans questions such as what dragon they would like to ride (a Chinese Fireball beat out a Hungarian Horntail) and what they would like to drink (butterbeer bested pumpkin juice).


Shops, eatery, more
But interviews with people in and around the project, and a review of public records, offer some details about what to expect.

Plans for the 20-acre Wizarding World show more than a dozen buildings, including at least three shops, a restaurant and multiple forced-perspective decorative buildings. The centerpiece will be the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, the iconic castle and keep from the Potter books and movies.

Universal's Hogwarts, records show, will be 150 feet, or 15 stories, high.

The castle will also house what is expected to be the Wizarding World's signature attraction. Several people familiar with the project, including one person directly involved, said the ride will be what's known as a "robocoaster" — a ride system in which guests sit in seats suspended from a robotic arm that can swivel and swoop in multiple directions while it advances along a track.

Plans show the track snaking through more than a dozen scenes, though what those scenes will be remains a mystery. The attraction, according to the people familiar with it, will also feature an elaborate pre-show queue with special effects such as floating candles and snow falling indoors.

Before they arrive at Hogwarts, guests entering the Wizarding World will pass through Hogsmeade Village, an old-Europe-style town from the Potter novels. Universal's plans for Hogsmeade include The Three Broomsticks restaurant, shops and stylized locker and stroller-parking areas. The few clues Universal has provided indicate the stores will include Dervish & Banges, which sells and repairs magical equipment, and Honeydukes, a sweet shop whose treats include chocolate-covered frogs.

In between Hogsmeade and Hogwarts, Universal is building Hagrid's Hut, home of the friendly half-giant. It has also said it plans to re-create the Forbidden Forest, an ominous setting from the books that's home to creatures such as centaurs, unicorns and spiderlike "acromantulas."


Re-themed coasters?
There is little yet to indicate what rides will be included in the Wizarding World beyond the Hogwarts "dark" ride. Part of the Wizarding World is being built in the Lost Continent section of Islands of Adventure, and documents indicate that two existing attractions there — Dueling Dragons, where riders choose between two intertwined roller coasters, and the Flying Unicorn, a children's coaster closed last year as part of the Potter construction — will be incorporated into Harry Potter's world.

Both rides are expected to be re-themed with Potter story lines. Records show, for instance, that Universal plans to add a large tent at the entrance of Dueling Dragons, which fans have speculated will ultimately be converted into a re-creation of a wizarding tournament from one of the books in which one of the events involves stealing eggs from dragons.

Of course, the rides are almost secondary for fans when it comes to the Wizarding World, said Robert Niles, publisher of the Web site themeparkinsider.com.

"People are expecting to immerse themselves in the whole Harry Potter universe," Niles said. "Really, a lot more than other attractions, people are going to be paying a lot of attention to the theming, the attention to detail and the atmosphere of the place, more so than the rides."

Universal would not elaborate on any of its plans last week.

"We will be excited to talk about the Wizarding World of Harry Potter — when we are ready to do so," spokesman Tom Schroder said.

The off-the-charts anticipation surrounding the Wizarding World of Harry Potter comes with some risk for Universal, said Rogers, of BRC Imagination Arts. "If you're dealing with one of the great intellectual properties like, for example, Star Trek or Harry Potter, you have to work very hard to make sure that you don't disappoint the fan base," he said.

Whatever is ultimately included when the Wizarding World opens next year, newer additions will soon follow. Universal's licensing contract with Warner Bros. requires the resort to add elements from the final movies in the series — the last of which isn't scheduled to arrive in theaters until 2011.

The contract even states that the later movies must be represented "in generally similar per-movie proportion" as the first five films.

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   August 6th 2009, 10:31

Like I was saying last night, my only concern for this is the fact that I don't know how well Universal does themeing. I mean things like Dragon Challenge, either seems like two nerds beating each other up at an anime convention or something else lame like that. I like the name of Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey, because again, that fits the theme of the books. If they take your Whomping Willow idea, then I think the roboarm could really work, if they don't, it'll be a little WTF moment in the middle of the park.

Another thing that worries me is that they have fans deciding this shit. History has proven, especially in geek culture that fans have no fucking clue what they're talking about when it comes to this stuff, that's why it's always better to let the IP holders decide. I mean, Disney would never ever do something like that, I can't imagine.

Other than that, I'm real psyched about the Hogsmeade Village stuff, the restaurants and shopping makes me feel like this:


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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   August 25th 2009, 01:24

So I'm listening to Pottercast ep 202 and I'm not quite understanding it but they're talking about how you'll be able to buy a "wand" and interact with various other things in the park, in the other lands as you want your wand at these objects. Sounds vaguely like the Kim Possible communicator thing at Epcot.

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   August 25th 2009, 01:41

Also a rumor that in the queue things will happen, like snow etc.,

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   August 25th 2009, 23:28

*sigh* don't want to go to Disney wif me.

Anyway, can't think of where else to put this but Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I comes out Nov 10th '10 so I'm going to wait and see the movie until our trip =)

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   September 3rd 2009, 03:54

haha whatevers, i do too. tongue

and all of this sounds really cool. i'm going to download that episode and give it a listen so i can have more to comment on.

i read about how there'd be snow but i thought it would be something similar to what they do on main street in magic kingdom. either way, i like shnow, shnow ish good. big grin

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PostSubject: Re: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter   September 9th 2009, 07:00

Yeah, I had heard that it would be snow covered as well, so I wonder what that means.

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PostSubject: Details revealed -- Finally! =)   September 15th 2009, 22:49

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Wizarding World to open Spring 2010, rides confirmed

At a press conference earlier this morning, Universal Studios confirmed that the Wizarding World of Harry Potter will officially open in the Spring 2010. No specific date was given.

Names of the three main park rides are Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey, Flight of the Hippogriff and Dragon Challenge. Flight of the Hippogriff will include interaction with Hagrid as you fly on a Hippogriff for training.

Other attractions include Ollivander's Shop, Owl Post, Dervish and Banges, Three Broomsticks, Honeydukes, Zonko's and Filch Emporium.

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the exterior of hogwarts --


The presentation included a video introduction from Dan Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson who all expressed their excitement about the park. Tom Felton was live at the event speaking with the creators.

Scenes for the theme park were filmed right after they finished filming Half-Blood Prince.

there should be some video footage going up sometime, i'll post whenever it does! clapping excited dance 2 boogie down

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PostSubject: the news straight from universal --   September 15th 2009, 23:28

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Universal Orlando Resort Reveals Highly Anticipated Details about The Wizarding World of Harry Potter
ORLANDO, Fla. (September 15, 2009) - Universal Orlando Resort, together with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, today revealed first-ever details about the incredible scope of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Universal also announced that the highly anticipated land will open in spring 2010.

Inspired by J.K. Rowling's compelling stories and characters - and faithful to the visual landscapes of the films - The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal's Islands of Adventure will provide visitors with a one-of-a-kind experience complete with multiple attractions, shops and a signature eating establishment. This completely immersive environment will transcend generations and bring the wonder and magic of the amazingly detailed Harry Potter books and films to life.

The expectations of Harry Potter fans are high and Universal Orlando Resort is collaborating closely with J.K. Rowling, Warner Bros. Consumer Products and the Warner Bros. Harry Potter brand team to ensure that The Wizarding World of Harry Potter will be an experience of a lifetime. The Harry Potter films' production designer, Stuart Craig and art director, Alan Gilmore, in cooperation with a corps of artisans from Universal Creative are working daily to construct the most authentic Harry Potter experience possible. Guests will be able to sip Butterbeer in Three Broomsticks, buy Extendable Ears at Zonko's and experience a state-of-the-art attraction that brings the stories of Harry Potter to life in a way never before imagined.

"All of the action and adventures of Harry Potter's world will come to life here at Universal Orlando Resort," said Tom Williams, chairman and CEO, Universal Parks and Resorts. "The Wizarding World of Harry Potter will be unlike any other experience on earth and we can't wait to see the looks on our guests' faces as they enter this rich environment."

"Harry Potter continues to spark the imaginations of fans of all ages and we really have seen the anticipation continue to build for The Wizarding World of Harry Potter," added Brad Globe, President, Warner Bros. Consumer Products. "We are excited to share with fans a first glimpse into the truly enchanted world we are bringing to life with all of our partners at Universal Orlando Resort."

From the front archway of Hogsmeade to the immensity of Hogwarts castle, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter will feature the locations listed below:

At the entrance of Hogsmeade, billowing steam and an iconic whistle signal the arrival of the Hogwarts Express into Hogsmeade station

Across the way is Zonko's, a joke shop with a collection of tricks and jokes, including Extendable Ears, Boxing Telescopes and Sneakoscopes

Honeydukes is next door and full of treats like Chocolate Frogs and Bertie Bott's Every-Flavour Beans

The Three Broomsticks and adjacent Hog's Head pub will feature traditional British fare and drinks including Butterbeer and pumpkin juice

Across from the Three Broomsticks is The Owlery, where owls roost and await their next delivery

The Owl Post sends letters with a certified Hogsmeade postmark and sells official stamps from The Wizarding World of Harry Potter

Ollivanders wand shop is an incredible interactive experience where the wand chooses the wizard

Completing Hogsmeade is Dervish and Banges, the magical instruments and equipment shop featuring Quidditch equipment, Triwizard apparel, Spectrespecs and Remembralls

The first attraction, Dragon Challenge, features a twin high-speed roller coaster with many iconic elements from the Triwizard Tournament

Next is Flight of the Hippogriff, a family coaster simulating a Hippogriff training flight over the grounds of Hogwarts castle

Located in Hogwarts castle, Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey is a thrilling new state-of-the-art attraction that uses entirely new technology to bring the magic, characters and stories of Harry Potter to life in ways never before experienced

Before exiting back into Hogsmeade, Filch's Emporium of Confiscated Goods is full of Ministry of Magic and magical creatures merchandise, Omnioculars, and even remote control Golden Snitches

"This Universal Creative and Warner Bros. team shares an incredible passion and commitment to making this destination an exceptionally immersive environment that will touch the lives of our guests," said Mark Woodbury, President, Universal Creative.

"The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is yet another way that fans will be able to experience and enjoy Harry Potter for many years to come," said Diane Nelson, President of Warner Premiere, who is also responsible for overseeing the Harry Potter brand team worldwide. "The power of this brand speaks for itself, as the enthusiasm of our dedicated fans around the world continues to grow even stronger as we move into the future."

Universal Orlando Resort is a theme park destination that places you and your family in the heart of pop culture's most incredible and timeless stories - making you the superstar in a world-class adventure story and allowing you to discover your own inner hero. Guests experience two exciting theme parks - Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure as well as Universal CityWalk, a 30-acre restaurant, shopping and nighttime entertainment complex; and three magnificently themed on-site hotels - the Loews Portofino Bay Hotel, Hard Rock Hotel and the Loews Royal Pacific Resort. Flagship experiences featured in the theme parks include "The Simpsons Ride," "Revenge of the Mummy - The Ride," "The Incredible Hulk Coaster" and "The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man." More information is available at www.universalorlando.com.

Warner Bros. Consumer Products, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company, is one of the leading licensing and retail merchandising organizations in the world.

Harry Potter continues to be a global phenomenon. The series of books by author J.K. Rowling has been translated into 67 languages with more than 400 million copies sold in over 200 territories around the world. The films, produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, have grossed more than $5.3 billion at the box office worldwide, making Harry Potter the largest-grossing film franchise in history.

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