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Maggie Smith as Minerva McGonagall: The Transfiguration teacher at Hogwarts and head of Gryffindor House. [4]

a b Teo, Leonard. "3D Festival: The VFX of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets". 3D Festival. p.2. Archived from the original on 26 February 2003 . Retrieved 17 May 2020. Amanda Awards (Norway) 2003". Mubi. Archived from the original on 19 May 2020 . Retrieved 19 May 2020.

Deiss, Richard (2013). The Cathedral of the Winged Wheel and the Sugarbeet Station: Trivia and Anecdotes on 222 Railway Stations in Europe. Books on Demand. p.61. ISBN 9783848253562. Archived from the original on 2 August 2021 . Retrieved 14 May 2020. During a Quidditch game, Harry's arm is broken by a rogue Bludger. Dobby visits him in the infirmary and reveals that he closed the barrier to Platform Nine and Three-Quarters and made the Bludger chase Harry to force him to leave the school. He also reveals that the Chamber had been opened in the past. When Harry communicates with a snake, the school believes he is the heir. Disguised as two of Malfoy's friends, Harry and Ron learn he is not the heir, but come to know that a Muggle-born girl died when the Chamber was last opened. Harry finds an enchanted diary owned by former student Tom Riddle, who opened the Chamber and blamed Rubeus Hagrid, leading to his expulsion. When the diary is stolen and Hermione is petrified, Harry and Ron question Hagrid. Professor Dumbledore, Minister of Magic Cornelius Fudge, and Lucius arrive to take Hagrid to Azkaban and remove Dumbledore from office, but he discreetly tells the boys to "follow the spiders". In the Forbidden Forest, Harry and Ron meet Hagrid's giant pet spider, Aragog, who reveals Hagrid's innocence and provides a small clue of the Chamber's monster. Domestic Grosses". Box Office Mojo. Archived from the original on 4 April 2018 . Retrieved 17 May 2020.

In detention, Harry hears a strange voice and later finds caretaker Argus Filch's cat, Mrs Norris, petrified beside a message written in blood: "The Chamber of Secrets has been opened, enemies of the heir... beware." One of Hogwarts' founders, Salazar Slytherin, supposedly constructed a secret Chamber containing a monster that only his heir can control, capable of purging the school of Muggle-born students. To solve this mystery, Harry, Ron, and Hermione plan to question Malfoy, using polyjuice potion, which they brew in a bathroom haunted by Moaning Myrtle, a ghost. In the book, Harry's conversation with Dumbledore after the defeat of the basilisk is set in McGonagall's office, and Arthur, Molly, and McGonagall are present at the start of the scene. In the film, the scene is set in Dumbledore's office instead, and Arthur, Molly, and McGonagall do not appear. Production designer Stuart Craig returned for the sequel to design new elements previously not seen in the first film. He designed the Burrow based on Arthur Weasley's interest in Muggles, built vertically out of architectural salvage. [27] Mr. Weasley's flying car was created from a 1962 Ford Anglia 105E. [28] The Chamber of Secrets, measuring over 76 metres (249ft) long and 36.5 metres (119.8ft) wide, was the biggest set created for the saga. [29] Dumbledore's office, which houses the Sorting Hat and the Sword of Gryffindor, was also built for the film. [30]Robertson, Barbara (April 2003). "When Harry Met Dobby". Cinefex. Archived from the original on 1 March 2019 . Retrieved 16 May 2020.

In the book, Ron and Harry eat sandwiches in Snape's office after being caught by Snape. Ron wants to know which house Ginny was placed in and Professor McGonagall tells him she's a Gryffindor. This scene is not in the film, but Ron does find out about Ginny being in Gryffindor from his mother's howler. Premios GoldSpirit - II Edición (2002): Sala de Trofeos". BSOSpirit (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 20 October 2019 . Retrieved 19 May 2020. For the thoughts of the actors, you can delve into the "Interviews with Students, Professors and More" feature. Apart from finding out what their favourite scenes are and what their friends and family think of them being in a Harry Potter movie, the tone of this material is more promotional than revelatory. Rupert Grint is fun, though, and his enthusiasm for spewing slugs is a new interview topic for any DVD! Worldwide Box Office". Box Office Mojo. Archived from the original on 18 May 2020 . Retrieved 17 May 2020.Ebert, Roger (15 November 2002). "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets". Chicago Sun-Times. Archived from the original on 13 October 2018 . Retrieved 17 May 2020. In the book, Mr Weasley repairs Harry's glasses in Diagon Alley, but in the film, Hermione repairs them and the knowledge of her using under-age magic is unnoticed. Though it is revealed in one of the following books that the Ministry of Magic only knows where there is used magic and not who it is that is using magic. (This explains why Harry is believed to be the one to perform the levitating spell on the pudding though it is Dobby. Also this could explain why Hermione didn't get a letter on the Hogwarts Express in the previous film; too many students and pre-students, plus two adults.) Cagle, Jess (3 November 2002). "When Harry Meets SCARY". Time. Archived from the original on 2 February 2017 . Retrieved 9 October 2012. Hugh Grant up for Harry Potter role". The Guardian. 29 June 2001. Archived from the original on 6 January 2020 . Retrieved 13 July 2020.

MTV Movie Awards nominations 2003". Newsround. CBBC. 15 April 2003. Archived from the original on 13 January 2020 . Retrieved 19 May 2020. Teo, Leonard. "3D Festival: The VFX of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets". 3D Festival. p.1. Archived from the original on 21 April 2003 . Retrieved 17 May 2020.

A. O. Scott from The New York Times said: "instead of feeling stirred you may feel battered and worn down, but not, in the end, too terribly disappointed". [6] Peter Travers from Rolling Stone condemned the film for being over-long and too faithful to the book: "Once again, director Chris Columbus takes a hat-in-hand approach to Rowling that stifles creativity and allows the film to drag on for nearly three hours". [96] Kenneth Turan from the Los Angeles Times called the film a cliché which is "deja vu all over again, it's likely that whatever you thought of the first production – pro or con – you'll likely think of this one". [97] Accolades [ edit ] In the film, when Draco mentions that "you'd never know" the Weasleys were pure-bloods the way they behave along with an added line that was not mentioned in the book—"They're an embarrassment to the wizarding world. All of them."—Ron makes a fist and looks furious, but in the book, Ron's face is just contorted with fury and there is no fist.

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