Flaw in Potter film

Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter
Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter

Numerous fans of Harry Potter worldwide have spotted two errors in a publicity image for Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire and have demanded Warner Bros take action on it. According to The Courier Mail, the producers have made blunders in a tombstone’s inscription. The still shows Daniel Radcliffe, in front of a tomb whose inscription reads "Tom Marvolo Riddle 1915-1943." This was the birth name of Potter’s arch-enemy, Lord Voldemort, who is still alive for he was born on December 31, 1926, if fans are to be believed. If the name refers to his father, whom they insist could not have had Marvolo as a middle name, he would have been only 11 years old when his son was born. Dozens of die-hard Potter fans have e-mailed The Leaky Cauldron website, one of author J.K. Rowling’s favourite fansites, to point out the glaring mistake. — ANI


Don Brando, the greatest

Marlon Brando

Marlon Brando’s role as Vito Corleone in 1972 flick The Godfather has been voted the greatest movie character of all time in a new poll by Premiere magazine. According to Contactmusic, Brando’s Oscar-winning performance in the classic by Francis Ford Coppola beat Humphrey Bogart’s Fred C Dobbs from the 1948 movie The Treasure of the Sierra Madre.

Vivien Leigh’s Scarlett O’Hara from 1939 movie Gone With The Wind and Anthony Perkins’ Norman Bates in Psycho got the third and fourth places respectively. — ANI