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(no subject) [Oct. 28th, 2006|12:21 pm]
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[music |Back In Black - AC/DC]

Happy Birthday 18th Devon!!

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INterview [Aug. 5th, 2006|03:00 pm]
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Author JK Rowling explicitly clarified tonight on her final appearance at Radio City Music Hall in New York City that Dumbledore is "definitely" dead.

She, along with Stephen King and John Irving, hosted another 6,000 people as they read from their books to raise money for charity. Rowling surprised fans with several tantalizing tidbits about the finale of her popular Harry Potter series.

While the authors all read from the same passages of their books as last night, their introductions were handled by different surprise celebrities. Actor-director Tim Robbins (who starred in The Shawshank Redemption) introduced King and Stanley Tucci welcomed Irving.

Rowling was brought on stage (again to standing ovation) by Kathy Bates, who proclaimed that the author took kids to places "Google does not go," describing the effect Rowling's books have had in shaping an entire generation of digital-age kids. At first fearful of the prospect of seeing the Potter books be made into the very digital creations they were meant to draw children away from (at the same time ruining imagination with special effects), Bates said fans "faithfully returned to the books" after seeing their incarnations light up the silver screen, and that Rowling had created "readers for life."

One audience member greeted Jo by yelling "Don't kill Harry," to which Jo responded: "Oh, no pressure then."

Tonight's audience was treated with much more informative and revealing answers than yesterday. Here are a few highlights (again, paraphrased):

  • If you could bring one of your characters to life -- other than Harry -- who would it be? Hagrid. We all want a Hagrid in our lives.
  • (Question about Aunt Petunia's potential to love Harry): I will say this... There's a little more to Aunt Petunia than meets the eye.
  • (Question about upcoming deaths): You shouldn't expect Dumbledore to pull a Gandalf. I need to be more explicit: Dumbledore is definitely dead. I know there's an entire site out there called DumbledoreIsNotDead.com, and I'm sorry they're not going to like this answer.
  • If you could host five of your own characters for dinner, who would they be? Harry, Ron, and Hermione... [Rowling pauses; thinks about a different character who's dead but does not say his/her name. King interjects: "they could be dead"]. Dumbledore.... [another pause]. Hagrid.

Rowling later revealed that while she thought she had settled on a title for book 7, a new one occurred to her in the shower this afternoon. She declined to elaborate.

She also suggested there were to be plot twists in book 7 that she didn't think anyone has already or could possibly guess about.

Stephen King, reponding to a question about what he is afraid of, said: "When I picked up the Harry Potter books, I was surprised at the depth of the deatheaters." To which Rowling replied tauntingly: "I scared Stephen King."

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(no subject) [May. 4th, 2006|05:02 pm]
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[Current Location |school, world history class]
[mood |creative]

I used to run this community with a friend,It seems to be that I ahve been fired and anyway. Now I have more time to be on livejournal. So I am going to make an effort to comment and try to keep this community going and advertise this place more. The last post was in November, come on people.... This is a Devon and Rupurt.... or we should call it the men of HP community because the guy who plays "Cedric Diggory" is not bad looking at all. I'm going to try and get some graphics to post on here. Bring the life back here!
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Rupert Grint icons. [Nov. 29th, 2005|09:09 pm]
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Thanks to teh_indy for providing screencaps for 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire', I've taken a few of them and made some icons of Ron Weasley from the fourth movie.

Sixteen overall pictures, so of course, if you take any, please credit to reddiej in your icon info, and for more Rupert Grint icons, check out rupertagrint.

1. Image hosted by TinyPic.com 2. Image hosted by TinyPic.com 3. Image hosted by TinyPic.com

( More Ron icons! )
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(no subject) [Sep. 28th, 2005|05:40 pm]
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[mood |ecstaticecstatic]

New GOF picture of Rupert And Devon (Plus Daniel)


x-posted in devon_fans

Edit: Another picture:

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(no subject) [Jul. 30th, 2005|08:29 pm]
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Okay people....we are all bad people because NO ONE posts...so if no one posts then im closing the community.
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De-v0n Biothingy from Mugglenet.com [Feb. 7th, 2005|08:04 pm]
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[mood |stressedstressed]
[music |The Killers - Mr. Brightside]

Devon Murray (Seamus Finnigan) feature in the Irish Sunday Mirror, January 2005. Thanks to Danny for typing it up!


Life has been a fairytale come true for Dublin-born Harry Potter star Devon Murray.

At only 16 years of age, he has already enjoyed huge success in the world of films - most notablywith his role as Seamus Finnegan in the screen adaptaion of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter books.

But when asked what his hopes hold for the future it's not to become Hollywood's next Colin Farrell.

Instead his dream is to win a show jumping gold medal at the 2012 Olympics - and with Ireland's recent gold medalist Cian O'Connor as his coach, it might not be an altogether impractical ambition.

Devon said, "I really want to keep up acting but horses are my real passion. In fact, my ideal role would be in some kind of horsey film - that way I'd have the best of both worlds. If they ever made Shergar again I'd do anything to star in it.

"At home I've six horses and one foal and they're the first things I want to see when I get home - after my family of course." Sitting in the plush Crown Moran Hotel in Cricklewood in London, Devon's manner belies his age.

Despite his mere 16 years he exudes the confidence and charisma of someone twice that - but he said: "There's no way I'd ever think above my station. Firstly my mum would knock me downagain but secondly it's just not a nice way to be.

"I've just been very lucky in getting to do what I do."

From the age of three it was obvious Devon was destined for great things. Born in Co. Dublin as an only child to parents Michael and Fidelma Murray, Devon's constant singing, dancing and performing antics encouraged them to send him to Billie Barry who honed talents such as Samantha Mumba and Brian McFadden.

Within two weeks of his enrollment Devon landed a Tesco television ad and within six months of that he appeared in his first movie - acting alongside Aidan Quinn in "This Is My Father".

He then joined the National Performing Arts School before making his breakthrough in Angela's Ashes and acting with Jane Seymour in the TV show, Yesterday's Children.

Devon thinks being an only child had a lot to do with his success. He said: "I've always been quite confident but i think that comes with having to speak up as a child.

"Everything kind of took off when I went for an open audition for Angela's Ashes in 1997 and got it. The manager who cast me for that approached me about playing a part in Harry Potter and it's been mad ever since." Looking back on his first Harry Potter film he said: "We were all terribly nervous.

"I remember seeing Richard Harris and Robbie Coltrane and was completely overwhelmed - but now it's really normal. Every time we resume filming it's like a big family reunion."

He also spoke of his greatest "Potter" moment: "My proudest moment was when JK Rowling came over, hugged me and told me I was perfect for the part. For the creator of the character to believe I truly encapsulated what she was trying to achieve was better than anything anyone could have said. I was gobsmacked but absolutely thrilled at the same time."

On average, Devon spends about seven to nine months of the year filming each Harry Potter adaptation - but he still finds the premiere of each film magical: "There are so many magical and imaginary elements within every scene it's fantastic for us to see it all come together on the big screen."

(FunFact:You bitches need to update -_- Show the Irish love.)
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Hey Peeples....lol... [Jan. 30th, 2005|06:53 pm]
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Hey guys im sorry i havent been posting but ive been really busy and everything so yeah whatever. i know you dont want to hear my excuses. but everyone really needs to start posting again. because I suck....we all suck...lol. ummmm yeah so how many more days until the new hp book is released? anyone?
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I'm Back! [Jan. 6th, 2005|01:07 am]
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Hello everyone i'm sorry about my lack of posting in the past months. I have not done my duty at co-owner of the community and i'm willing to tlak my punishment, but i ask that everyone give me another chance. This is new year and the time to forgive. I hope that my partner isnt too angry at me. I will be posting much more. After today
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(no subject) [Dec. 24th, 2004|02:11 pm]
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from mugglenet.com:

James and Oliver Phelps (Gred and Forge Weasley) and Devon Murray (Seamus Finnigan) will be signing autographs at "The Coolest Show on Earth", taking place from January 28th to 30th in Orlando, Florida.

thanks to my good friend/devon obessor irishanglesomethingsomething.

anybody else live in florida? I DO!!!!!
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