A couple of months back, we ran a fairly popular infographic about the value of the Wealey family home, The Burrow. Now, we’re back with a new Harry Potter themed infographic.
Have you ever wondered how much a disappearing six-floor house in the middle of London is worth? Well, if you’d read Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, you’d probably be a little interested in how much the Order’s headquarters would have set them back if it wasn’t the ancestral home of the Black family. Fortunately, our friends at Movato have an answer for us.
The Burrow never sounded like the height of luxury in the Harry Potter universe. However, it was home to the franchise’s iconic Weasley family and they thought that it was plenty good enough for them. And while The Burrow might not be the lap of luxury for wizards, for muggles, the Weasley abode is a great place to raise a family thanks to all the space and bedrooms.
It’s time for another weekly edition of the Entertainment Link-Off. Given that Friday Night Lights just recently wrapped up its run on NBC, let’s kick off the entry with one of its stars Aimee Teegarden.
After the jump, Alison Brie and Gillian Jacobs get a little frisky for GQ, some Harry Potter related links, Justin Timberlake earned himself some cool points, movie trailers galore, first look at Disney’s John Carter and new music videos from AJ Rafael and Kina Grannis. Continue reading
After a two week hiatus, I am back! Steve has done a wonderful job with the ELO over the past two weeks, so I can safely assume he didn’t scare off any readers right? Yes? Awesome! Anyway, this weekend marks the release of the first part of the final chapter of the Harry Potter franchise. There is no better way to kick things off with the HP leading lady Emma Watson.
After the jump, sports athletes tackle popular movies, what if David Fincher didn’t make The Social Network, a few movie trailers to check out, Supernatural meets The X-Files and Harry Potter decided to turn evil. Continue reading
It’s Saturday night, so it’s time for the obligatory ELO post. Kicking off this entry is Emma Roberts who is starring in the dramedy It’s Kind of a Funny Story alongside Keir Gilchrist and Hangover funnyman Zach Galifianakis.
After the jump the title for Transformers 3 revealed, a special deleted scene from Let Me In, first look at The Thing, Supernatural animated, Stan Lee is doing business with the NHL, McFly’s new video and find out how you can smell like a monster. Continue reading
Comic-Con 2009 is finally here! I will be posting tidbits on a handful of events from the convention very soon and that includes my thoughts on the unaired Dollhouse episode Epitaph One. Meanwhile keep an eye out for the trailer watch. Anyway it’s time for another edition of the Entertainment Link-Off! Sorry for the slight delay in posting this, but I was overwhelmed with nerdism. Headlining this article is BoA, who recently released the music video for her latest single ‘Energetic’ through Entertainment Weekly. The song was also featured in our Lowdown Music Special earlier this year.
After the jump, some funny Harry Potter stuff, brief movie/TV updates, BoA’s new music video and Darth Vader does MC Hammer. Continue reading
As mentioned in my Entertainment Link-Off, here is the movie review for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
The latest entry to the Harry Potter film series drops the bright, light-hearted tone of the previous films and attempts to capture the dark nature of… teenage romance? Continue reading
Sorry but today is a slightly shortened edition of The Humanoids. By slightly shortened, I mean that I could only think of eight instead of nine victims. Mind you, with the readership number I usually get, I would have to think that no one will notice. But I’m sure that someone cares that my column was abbreviated because I had to be elsewhere today. I figure that, even though we have more visitors to the blog in a day than listeners to our radio show in a season, most people are here for the pretty pictures.
Anyway, we’ve been working hard on the radio show over the last week. For the next season, we are planning on launching a Facebook fan page, a Twitter account, a Talkshoe account, and a YouTube channel. That’s all the fun technical stuff that involved in running a crazy bi-weekly radio show. Meanwhile, we’re still pulling together segment ideas for the next season. Expect a lot more of us and less of those big feature segments. One new segment we’re going to frequent is “It’s New But Is it Any Good?” where we’ll review new products on the market to see if they’re worth buying. It’s not a great idea but we’re working on it. I’m sure we’ll have a great season upcoming. But that’s then, this is now so let’s roll on. Continue reading