How many points can you win playing this Harry Potter picture reveal game?

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By: Narra Jackson

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Harry Potter is a classic fantasy that takes you to an amazing world of witches and wizards. Try our picture reveal game and see how much you remember about the movies!

Which Harry Potter movie correlates to this scene?

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is the only movie that does not feature Mark Williams, who plays Arthur Weasley, which is Ron's, Ginny's, Percy's, Fred's, and George's father.

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Which Harry Potter movie correlates to this scene?

In Harry Pottery and the Order of the Phoenix, Katie Leung (Cho Chang) was nervous about kissing Daniel Radcliffe onscreen and spent many weeks preparing herself for it. On the day of shooting the scene, Radcliffe came down with an illness, and filming had to be postponed while he recovered.

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Which Harry Potter movie correlates to this scene?

In Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Hermione is seen performing magic on the Hogwarts Express train to fix Harry's broken glasses. This was not a scene that took place in the book, it was added later on to the film to build report between the characters.

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Which Harry Potter movie correlates to this scene?

Did you know that throughout the series, and most predominantly in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, most of the books inside Dumbledore's office are phonebooks that have been rebound and covered in dust to make them look old and like they would realistically be from Hogwarts.

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Which Harry Potter movie correlates to this scene?

This scene is from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. In this film, fourteen Ford Anglias were destroyed to create the scene where Harry and Ron crash into the Whomping Willow. Although Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is based on the second shortest book, this is the longest film that was made.

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Which Harry Potter movie correlates to this scene?

In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, there was at least one full-scale dragon constructed on set, which could even blow real fire. The dragon was created partially from the basilisk puppet that is seen in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets in 2002. Harry Potter logged 41 hours underwater during the course of filming, and once accidentally signaled that he was drowning, sending the crew into a huge panic to bring him back up to the surface asap.

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Which Harry Potter movie correlates to this scene?

In Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Hero Fiennes-Tiffin was cast as the 11-year-old Tom Riddle, and his uncle Ralph Fiennes was cast as Lord Voldemort, also known as Tom Riddle. David Yates said he hired Hero because of his resemblance to his uncle, but mostly because he really liked the dark haunted quality about Hero.

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Which Harry Potter movie correlates to this scene?

In the opening of this film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1, when Hermione is called down for tea, you can hear her parents talking about Australia. This is a reference from the book where Hermione says that she wiped her parent's memories and gave them new identities which made them think that they would love nothing more than to move to Australia.

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Which Harry Potter movie correlates to this scene?

In the epilog of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, the cast plays their characters in the future, using a combination of prosthetics, CGI, and good acting, just like in the film, 'The Curious Case of Benjamin Button'. In this epilog, the wife of Draco Malfoy, Astoria Greengrass, is played by his real life girlfriend Jade Olivia.

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Which Harry Potter movie correlates to this scene?

Early in the film, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry sees a newspaper article with a photograph of the Weasley family in Egypt. Though it isn't discussed, this is a very important plot point. While on an inspection in Azkaban the Minister of Magic had a copy of that paper and gave it to Sirius Black who recognized Peter Pettigrew disguised as Scabbers. This is what made him break out of Azkaban, track down Scabbers, and kill him for revenge.

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Which Harry Potter movie correlates to this scene?

Rupert Grint in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets has severe arachnophobia, so much so that he won't watch the entire scene where Aragog and the spiders appear. In that scene, the look of fright on Ron’s face and his ucomfortable squirming throughout was not from acting, it was from Rupert's terrified face.

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Which Harry Potter movie correlates to this scene?

During the filming of Harry Pottery and the Order of the Phoenix, Alan Rickman forbid Neville Longbottom and Ron Weasley from being within 5 meters of his car, a new BMW. He did this because they spilled a milkshake in his car while filming Goblet of Fire.

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Which Harry Potter movie correlates to this scene?

In the book version of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Hermione uses the Sleekeazy’s Hair Potion to straighten her hair for Yulle Ball. J.K. Rowling revealed later that Pottermore was part of the Potter family background, and that this potion was invented by Fleamont Potter the paternal grandfather of Harry Potter.

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Which Harry Potter movie correlates to this scene?

The filmmakers wanted to go the extra mile with the characters of Hermione Granger and Harry Potter, in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone", so they fitted Hermione with big buck teeth and gave Harry contact lenses. When Harry's reaction to his lenses was less than ideal and Hermione couldn't talk clearly with her teeth, they opted to give up on those hopes.

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Which Harry Potter movie correlates to this scene?

In Harry Pottery and the Order of the Phoenix, J.K. Rowling gave over 70 names for the Black family tree tapestry, complete with details of the relations between each and every single member, which were to be scorched, saved, and so on.

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