I find it very interesting what people are searching for to reach this blog and I reall have had the most random stuff. Lately most of my traffic seems to be coming from people searching for David and Victoria Beckham and the term Size Zero which is obviously related to my Size Zero post. What is even more interesting is that I didn’t actually mention either of the Beckhams in the main post, it just came up in the comments.
As for all you 35 [!] people that have asked the question “Does Harry Potter die in the Order of the the Phoenix?” [some with horrendous spelling mistakes], I am not too sure whether or not I should give you the answer. Maybe you should read the book or wait for the film to come out?! But, I think I am in a good mood today.
No, Harry Potter does not die in the Order of the Phoenix.
As for the 16 people asking for the story of ‘Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix’, here it is. Anyone who doesn’t want to know the story, do not continue reading. You have been warned!
Harry Potter is a wizard and goes to a wizarding school called Hogwarts where he has many friends and several enemies. He is an orphan who’s parents were killed by an evil wizard named Voldemort when he was a baby. Lord Voldemort has now returned from exile and with him the dark side, conspiracies, fears and secret organisations, such as ‘The Order of the Phoenix’ [a group of wizards to fight against evil] and ‘Dumbledores Army [a group created by Harry and his friends to train the other students in the Defence against the Dark Arts].
The story escalates when Harrys enemies let him believe that his godfather Sirius Black is being tortured in the ministry of Magic. Harry and his friends come to his rescue and later on receive back up from the ‘Order of the Phoenix’. In the ensuing fight and chase Sirius dies and a prophecy regarding Voldemort and Harry is revealed: “Either must die at the hand of the other, for neither can live while the other survives.”
That’s about the easiest a 600 page book can be combined. Better read it yourself. :P
There have also been several stories lately that Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint were not going to continue acting in the following Harry Potter films. That was wrong and they have now signed the contracts:
Despite recent rumours from a doomsayer tabloid rag, the three leads in the Harry Potter movies have signed on dotted lines to stay a part of the franchise to the end. Which is nice. Personally we think it would have been cooler if they all cut their thumbs and spat in their hands and shook on it, but hey – at least we get to see our favourite teen spell-casters see things through.
They signed contracts yesterday that would mean them being a big part of Harry Potter And The Half Blood Prince and Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows. It’s only to be assumed at this stage that all of the supporting cast will also be returned as and when required.
Great news, any other actors would have ruined it for me.