South Florida fans of Hogsmeade’s most famous boy wizard have helped push him into the record books.
South Florida moviegoers helped the ‘first Avenger’ take down a boy wizard at the box office.
Across South Florida fans of Harry, Ron and Hermione line up for hours to see their young heroes in the final battle against Lord Voldemort. Their actions were echoed nationwide as millions went to see the final installment of the popular Harry Potter movies.
Harry Potter still has that magic touch — even before dawn.
“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2,” the film based on J.K. Rowling’s final book in the popular series, will open in theaters across South Florida at midnight, and many South Floridian fans are lining up hours before.
South Florida Harry Potter fans have to wait until July 15th before watching the final film in the series but that’s not the case across the pond where thousands of Harry Potter fans camped out in central London ahead of Thursday’s premiere.
It’s a big week for South Florida Harry Potter fans. Not only did The Wizarding World of Harry Potter celebrate its one-year anniversary at the Islands of Adventure theme park at the Universal Orlando Resort in Orlando, now fans can dive into the boy wizard’s wild adventures digitally.
There could be a shake up in the land of Harry Potter and superheroes to our north.