$500 Harry Potter Box Set Arrives

Cash Strapped parents are going to love this… Introducing the Harry Potter Wizard’s Collection of 31 discs complete with the theatrical version of every movie, extended cuts, 3D, Ultraviolet digital copies and a few bonus discs with about ten hours of epic Harry falderal with about 5 hours of that never before seen Potter.  

Ready to break the piggy bank? That better be a big pig because it’s gunna cost ya a whopping $499 MSRP plus tax… I was able to find orphan sets on Amazon for about $350. Delivers September 7th.

I Love Netflix!!!

I just want to say that I’m glad I did the 30 day trial of Netflix. When the 30th day came of my trial, and I got cut off of instant TV shows and instant movies on my computer *AND* DVDs delivered to my house- I REALLY FELT THE VOID!!!

I panicked and got online right away to buy a month of Netflix! I love watching TV shows and movies when ever I want! You can lay in bed and stream movies and shows! You can even hook your computer up to your TV and watch movies on the big screen too!

It is endless fun with Netflix! I highly recommend! I’m so done with Blockbuster and the Redbox!

Holy Grail of Michael Jackson Memorabilia “The Glove” to be Auctioned

theglove Holy Grail of Michael Jackson Memorabilia “The Glove” to be Auctioned

Michael Jackson’s original white, sequined glove worn at the legendary, moon-walking performance of “Billy Jean” at “Motown 25” will be auctioned off at the Hard Rock Café in Time Square, NYC.

Arguably the most sought after single piece of Jackson memorabilia, “The Glove” should fetch zillions of dollars.

Presented by Darren Julien of Julien’s Auctions, also on the block this night will be Madonna demo tapes, Jimi Hendrix lyrics, and “Items” from Bob Dylan, Elvis, the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, Kurt Cobain and Janis Joplin.

Harry Potter Makes $58.4 M In Its First Day

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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince made many people happy yesterday, especially Warner Brothers.  The blockbuster film made a whopping $58.4 million in its opening day, including its record-breaking $22 million from midnight shows alone.  That makes it the second-best Wednesday ever.  The best Wednesday ever? That belongs to those giant robots from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

The biggest one-day take for a film still belongs to The Dark Knight, with $67.2 million.

The last Potter film, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, made $44 million on its first day (also a Wednesday) so this movie is sure to pass that in box office receipts.  We’ll see if it can break any weekend records set by Transformers only last month.