First Look at the Pottermore’s Website
The graphic design stays true to the ‘Hogwartian‘ spirit that fed the books and the movies. The iconography is clear but rich with an analog feeling I always loved with J.K. Rowling‘s Universe. The second picture is an extract of the famous 18,000 words Rowling penned for Pottermore and that contains revelations about Potter’s world.
Two days ago, the London Premiere took place at Trafalgar Square and you could watch it stream live from all over the world and in 18 theaters in Europe. This was a First and thus made it the virtually biggest worldwide Film Premiere. I would love to know how many people watch it on the Internet (and I’m sure they were millions), and it certainly sounds like a great marketing tools for other Blockbusters. I would personally never go and wait for hours or days to take a peak at the back head of a star, but I would have a Premiere streaming in one of my window on my computer.
Below is Rowling final speech who concluded with an inspiring: ‘Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home.’ The last four speeches were made by the fab 3: Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint, Rowling closed the ceremony and the end of an era.