When Larry King asked Daniel Radcliffe about filming his last scene as the title character in the "Harry Potter" movies, the actor described it as "very emotional. ... I kind of wept like a child on that last day."
It's an event more than a decade in the making -- after years growing alongside "The Boy Who Lived," Harry Potter fans worldwide will clamber into theaters at midnight Thursday to behold the final battle between their hero and the Dark Lord Voldemort.
Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe said Friday he is already enjoying the new Harry Potter attraction at Universal's Islands of Adventure theme park in Florida -- and he's already ridden the thrilling dragon roller coaster five times.
Michelle Bachelet: The president of Chile was born in Santiago in 1951. Her Web biography tells a remarkable story. The mother of three children is trained as a doctor, with graduate studies in military sciences.
â¢ Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint,
arriving in "disguise" to the U.K.'s Reading Festival to check out the punk
band Gallows. The Harry Potter stars sported matching helmets and
goggles - think old-school biker style! - as they cheered from the
side of the NME/Radio 1 stage. Earlier in the day, the costars met up with
Frank Carter, the band's frontman, for a chat and some photos in an outdoor
It's a difficult age. Fifteen-year-old Harry Potter (the ever-improving Daniel Radcliffe) is at the mercy of his hormones. He's having trouble sleeping, his guardians -- the Dursleys -- want no more to do with him, and he's threatened with expulsion from Hogwarts after pulling out his wand in public. It feels like the whole world is against him.
The New York Times leads with the headline, "Making Good on Bush's Vow Will Require Detective Work." The article refers to "President Bush's vow this week to hold North Korea 'fully accountable' if it shares nuclear material.