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  • Harry Potter (films)
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  • Mark Twain was once quoted as saying "When you are an author in this world and you write the biggest load of shit of all time, you get the book not only published, but Hollywood comes a-knocking on your door to beg for the rights to make a movie based on it." Not always is the case of the adaption from paperback to film script kept true to its original story. As in this case, the book versions of Harry Potter were written by British mass-murderer JK Rowling as an unofficial sequel to "A Fish Called Wanda" but were rejected by Hollywood on the principle that "Scene of a Woman" has already been filmed. So the books were rewritten until the story no longer featured its original graphic violence, coarse language and constant racial undertones. It now involved a kid actually named Harry Potter
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Starring
  • Alan Rickman
  • Kidnapped Korean orphans
  • Maggie Smith,
  • Michael Gambon,
  • Robbie Coltrane,
Runtime
  • Eight mins before you get bored and turn it off
Producer
  • Artificial insemination
Release Date
  • 1998
movie language
  • English
  • American
  • Canadian
  • Welsh
  • Australian
Movie Name
  • Harry Potter
Distributor
  • Warner Brothers
Budget
  • 11.5
Writer
  • Jack Michealson
Director
  • Michael Bay
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  • Mark Twain was once quoted as saying "When you are an author in this world and you write the biggest load of shit of all time, you get the book not only published, but Hollywood comes a-knocking on your door to beg for the rights to make a movie based on it." Not always is the case of the adaption from paperback to film script kept true to its original story. As in this case, the book versions of Harry Potter were written by British mass-murderer JK Rowling as an unofficial sequel to "A Fish Called Wanda" but were rejected by Hollywood on the principle that "Scene of a Woman" has already been filmed. So the books were rewritten until the story no longer featured its original graphic violence, coarse language and constant racial undertones. It now involved a kid actually named Harry Potter who suffered from child abuse for most of his early life before being shipped of to a supposedly magic boarding school. The new story attempted to connect with as many people as possible: abused children, heart attack victims, wizards, people with growth disabilities and so on. Of course, as with any best selling novel, once the Hollywood executives got their grubby little hands on it, everything was changed even further - entire scenes were removed to cut costs, sensual scenes from the original book were added even though they now made no sense - until the only similarities between the book and the finished film script were the fact that the main character believes he is a wizard.
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