“Harry Potter” Exhibition Has Frightening New Addition
By Hanako M. Ricks
HollywoodNews.com: If you happen to be visiting Harry Potter: The Exhibition at the Ontario Science Center and begin to feel the happiness draining from all around you, there’s a perfectly logical reason for it. The exhibition, which opened at the center in April and will remain in Ontario until August 22, has added a 10-foot tall Dementor to the traveling exhibit.
Dementors, for those of you muggles who know nothing of the Harry Potter world, are magical beings whose sole purpose is to drain all others of any happy thoughts, even going so far as to suck out your soul. Harry Potter fans first encountered the creepy creatures in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, and then saw them again (slightly re-vamped) in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.
Harry Potter: The Exhibition has been open to the public since Spring 2009, featuring more than 200 costumes, props and other artifacts items taken directly from the film sets and put on display for Potter fans everywhere. The exhibit debuted in Chicago, then traveled to Boston before moving to our neighbor up north. The next location for the traveling exhibit has not been announced yet, but with the Exhibition closing out in Canada in less than a month, an announcement should be made very soon.
For more information on the exhibit, you can visit the official website.
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