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Topic - Death Eaters
"Glee" co-creator Ryan Murphy didn't hesitate when given a chance to pay tribute to his American idol, legendary TV producer Norman Lear, at the 40th International Emmy Awards.
British television productions received a leading seven International Emmy nominations Monday, including best actor and actress nods for Jason Isaacs in "Case Histories" and newcomer Joanna Vanderham in "The Runaway."
British television productions received a leading seven International Emmy nominations Monday, including best actor and best actress nods for Jason Isaacs in "Case Histories" and newcomer Joanna Vanderham in "The Runaway," the Associated Press reports.
So this is the face of evil: Ice-blue eyes, an imperious brow, the sculpted features of Lucius Malfoy, the Muggle-hating wizard supremacist and implacable foe of Harry Potter.
The release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I on Blu-ray this Friday delivers some of the darkest imagery of the film series, but includes an extra treat for fans of the mythology
"The books are all about death and loss and mortality, so they are very emotional and they make people emotional," he said. "You find this wherever you go in the world. Harry Potter just seems to light up the world."
"I got to be part of this enterprise that gave so much pleasure all over the world," he said. "I'll miss that."