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Potter Cast has also interviewed Matthew Lewis (the actor who portrays Neville Longbottom), Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood), Jamie Waylett (Vincent Crabbe), Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley), Chris Columbus, Alfonso Cuarón, Mike Newell (directors of the first four films), Arthur A. The two sites are friendly rivals and have aired several combined episodes, which they call "The Leaky Mug", a separate podcast released on a separate feed from time to time.
Levine and Cheryl Klein (editors of the books at Scholastic), and the author of the book series, J. Live joint podcasts have been held in New York City, Las Vegas, and California.
It also was the first Potter podcast to produce regular interviews with people directly involved with the books and films.
The first show featured interviews with Stuart Craig, art director of the films, as well as Bonnie Wright, who plays Ginny Weasley.
The authors' works, including this project, were featured in an article in The Wall Street Journal discussing the growth in popularity of fandoms.
In 2007, a web-based novel, James Potter and the Hall of Elders' Crossing, was written by a computer animator named George Lippert.
I read someone once who said, "If she didn't want us fantasizing about her characters, she needs to stop having these handsome men portraying them." And that's the truth: It's very hard not to look at Alan Rickman [Professor Severus Snape] and Jason Isaacs [Lucius Malfoy] and not get erotic thoughts. You want to write stories about the characters that J. is not writing, about their love lives that you don't see in the book.' Prior to the publication of Deathly Hallows, much of the energy of the Potter fandom was devoted to speculation and debate about upcoming plot and character developments.
Produced by The Leaky Cauldron, it differed from Muggle Cast with a more structured program, including various segments and involvement of more people on the Leaky Cauldron staff compared to Muggle Cast.
The attorneys have sent cease and desist letters to sites that host adult material.
Tracey "T" Proctor, a moderator of Fiction Alley.org, a Harry Potter fanfiction website, said 'I don't really get into the children's aspect of it, but rather the teachers, the adult characters.
The book was written as a supplement to fill the void after Deathly Hallows, and received eventual approval from Rowling herself.
Rowling has said, "I find it very flattering that people love the characters that much." She has adopted a positive position on fan fiction, unlike authors such as Anne Mc Caffrey or Anne Rice who discourage fans from writing about their books and have asked sites like Fan Fiction.Rowling called the project "extraordinary" and "most inspirational", and paralleled its mission to "the values for which Dumbledore's Army fought in the books".