Guess What?!

This fandom never ceases to amaze me! So heartwarming to see like-minded people all over the world (and Tumblr) who, like me, really believes that the magic never ends!

I just got this from one of my favorite FB pages, Turn to Page 394, and they in turn got it from MuggleNet.com (Click here for their FB page, and here for their website), which is advertised as “The World’s #1 Harry Potter Site” (true, that one)! Rest assured, everything in that site is 100% legit!

News came in today that NESCom is set to adapt ‘The Tale of the Three Brothers’ into a short live-action film! ‘The Tale of the Three Brothers’ is taken from the wizarding world’s children’s book, The Tales of Beedle the Bard, and details the fantastical origins of the Elder wand, Resurrection Stone, and Invisibility Cloak — the Deathly Hallows.

The short film stars 9 year-old Emma Campbell in the role of Death (as we all know little girls are downright creepy when they want to be), as well as Gabriel Clarke as Ignotus Peverell, Brandon Wardwell as Antioch Peverell, and Sean Plourde as Cadmus Peverell.

Quoted below is what was written on the MuggleNet FB page:

Thanks to a group of dedicated NESCom students, ‘The Tale of the Three Brothers’ is becoming a live-action short film!

Check out the full story on the production on MuggleNet!

Check out this still from the production that I found on MuggleNet as well:

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Taken from MuggleNet FB page. Copyright rules apply.

I’m so excited to see this!!! Are you? :) :)

(All information from MuggleNet FB and website.)

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Author: Tracey Yap

Rantings of a raving med student

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