Did you know that Dobby has a tombstone on the beach where he dropped dead saving Harry? Fans often leave quite dangerous tributes and have already asked not to do so to take care of marine animals
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 made us cry when Dobby was killed by Bellatrix (Helena Bonham Carter). A cathartic moment for all potterheads in the world, to the point of erecting a memorial on the beach where David Yates, the director, filmed that tragic moment in the film saga created by the writer JK Rowling in 2001 that premiered Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.
We had good and bad news in the magical universe: reruns are coming at Cinemex of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Tom Felton confessed his love to Emma Watson in a new book, Robbie Coltrane, the actor who gave life to Hagrid passed away, and recently Daniel Radcliffe gave arguments against the thought of JK due to the controversy between her and the transgender community.
To the black list we add the contamination of Freshwater West Beach by fans who often drop socks at the tombstone erected in honor of the gnome. Trinkets and any number of handicrafts are also seen around. The National Trust, a foundation in charge of protecting the environmental welfare of the Welsh beach, warned fans that they will not remove the tourist site but that they no longer contaminate with gifts to avoid putting the fauna at risk.
When the tide rises many of the gifts are swallowed by the sea endangering fish, turtles and any number of animals that can be caught by any of these objects. The best thing is that Harry Potter fans are understanding and have asked everyone to respect the environment so that they do not remove the tombstone. So far neither Rupert Grint nor other actors have asked for support for this petition.
This afternoon, David Zaslav, CEO of Warner Bros Discovery, said that the intention of the production company is to promote franchises such as those of DC, especially that of Superman now with the return of Henry Cavill, and produce more universe movies Harry Potterthough only with Rowling’s prior permission. This means that, perhaps, the Fantastic Beasts saga, by Eddie Redmayne, may not be canceled.