Wild about Harry
AS it has done for millions of people around the world, the Harry Potter series has cast a spell over brothers Jacob and Adam Baguley.
The St Mary’s School pupils have waited for months the arrival of the instalment of the final Harry Potter film – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 – which opens in Warwick Twin Cinema today.
Older brother, 11-year-old Jacob, has read the seven-book series within the past year, after he was introduced to them by his year five teacher.
“My favourite character is Dumbledore and the best part of the book is the fight at the end,” he said.
Eight-year-old Adam hasn’t been able to read the books yet, but said he has been cheering his favourite character Ron Weasley on from the beginning. Harry Potter: The Deathly Hallows is showing today at 12.01am, 10.15am and 6.30pm; and 12.01am, 3.40pm and 9.15pm in 3D.
The Freestone State School is hosting a movie fundraiser to raise money for their playground. Attend the 6.30pm session tonight and for $15 entry with wine and cheese.