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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire


by J.K. Rowling

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Resources



This is one of the two biggest Harry Potter fan sites out there. This site has a ton of information.

The Leaky Cauldron

This is the second of the two biggest Harry Potter fan sites.

The Harry Potter Lexicon

This is an incredible online encyclopedia of all things Harry Potter, but the maintainers of the site ran into legal hot water when they tried to publish their lexicon a couple of years ago, because J.K. Rowling may choose to come out with her own encyclopedia of Harry Potter details, she and her publishers accused The Harry Potter Lexicon of copyright infringement. Recently, the judge decided in favor of J.K. Rowling. Still, it's a seriously good website.

Harry Potter Wiki

Basically, Wikipedia for the Harry Potter series. Amazingly detailed fan-maintained site.

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter

This Universal Studios amusement park based on the Harry Potter universe looks incredible. We can't wait to go!

What's In A Name?

A fan site looks at the origins of names of spells, people, creatures, and places found in the Harry Potter series.

Bloomsbury's Harry Potter Site

The website for Harry Potter's UK publisher, which includes useful FAQs, info on Rowling, details on the myths that inspired some Harry Potter characters, and a fun trivia site which allows you to "Swot up on Potter."

Scholastic's Goblet of Fire Site

A great site from the American publisher, including a Pronunciation Guide (for those of us who can't figure out how to say "Firenze" properly) and a Trivia Challenge.

The Harry Potter Alliance

This charitable organization has chapters throughout the US. They use Harry Potter as a way to bring together volunteers to improve the world. Their motto, drawn from the books, is: "The weapon we have is love" – very cool.

Movie or TV Productions

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, 2005
One of the best of the film series, we think – directed by the same guy who made Four Weddings and a Funeral and Notting Hill. This one doesn't feature Hugh Grant, though.


Accio Quote!

An absolutely amazing online collection of J.K. Rowling's interviews and TV appearances since 1997. A real treasure trove!

Goblet of Fire Screenplay

Written by Steven Kloves.


"Quidditch for Muggles" (CBS News)

Well, this looks… energetic. And hilarious.

Stephen Fry Interviews J.K. Rowling

English comedian and actor Stephen Fry interviews J.K. Rowling on board the Hogwarts Express publicity tour in July 2000.

Official Trailer

Only the one for Goblet of Fire, but you know you want to take this opportunity to go watch the others again too. We just did.

Goblet of Fire London Premiere

Lots of interviews with the Harry Potter actors as they prepare for the 2005 film to open.

Behind the Scenes

Check out some of the cast members on the set of Goblet of Fire.

Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4: Goblet of Fire

Check out a preview of the game.

Goblet of Fire A&E Special

Interviews with the actors.

Goblet of Fire Deleted Scenes

Only ten minutes long, but we'll take what we can get!


"Harry Potter Fan Fiction"

A presentation for All Things Considered on National Public Radio, Margot Adler, December 29, 2002

"Harry Potter"

Morning Edition, National Public Radio, Margot Adler, October 27, 2000.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Audiobook SPONSORED

Purchase and download the Audiobook from Random House Audio


Robert Pattinson as Cedric Diggory

Yes, that Robert Pattinson.

Emma Watson and Stanislav Ianevski

As Hermione and Viktor Krum, of course.

David Tennant as Bartemius Crouch, Jr.

David Tennant, also known as Doctor Who #9 to British fans and to sci-fi geeks such as ourselves.

Bonny Wright as Ginny Weasley

Looking a bit younger than we last remember her!

Katie Leung as Cho Chang

No surprise Harry and Cedric vied for the gal.

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