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Jeff Baker, Warner Home Video’s EVP and GM of theatrical catalog, participated in an interview with Home Media Magazine and revealed some interesting thoughts behind Harry Potter Wizard’s Collection.

They confirmed that, like the Certificate of Authenticity suggested, there will only be 63,000 copies of the massive box set made available. Pre-orders are in the “tens of thousands” and once this set runs out they won’t be doing a second run. “In order to make an event out of it and to make it special for people to want to step up and buy it and commit to the type of investment that was required, we felt that it didn’t make sense just to make some ungodly number and sell it forever,” said Baker, “We wanted to make it a special one-time purchase opportunity.

It was also revealed that “a less robust, more cost-effective version of the boxed set” will be made available once the big box set runs out.

As for the price, which has long been criticized ($499.99 retail), Baker said “there is a high-end market for a franchise like this. I can’t say that every film would elicit that kind of response, where people are paying hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of dollars. That’s still a lot of money to spend in a marketplace where you can buy a DVD at Walmart for $5.”

He continued, “clearly it’s for somebody who likes the whole notion of the complete repository of everything that ever existed on ‘Harry Potter’ — that, frankly, is ever going to be released on ‘Harry Potter,’ as far as I’m concerned. This is the definitive collection with everything in it. This is about as good as it’s going to get.”

Harry Potter Wizard’s Collection will be released September 7.

Thanks to Home Media Magazine.

  • Hermione Granger

    “This is the definitive collection with everything in it. This is about as good as it’s going to get.”

    Well that’s complete shit. WB is hoarding all sorts of special features and they know it–bloopers, deleted scenes or other versions of scenes (I really need to see a different version of Voldemort’s death, or else I can never agree with Yates that the one that made the cut was the best).

    Basically this dude just said that Harry Potter fans are suckers and will pay anything. Let’s show him wrong.

    • Marie

      I hate to say this, but we are. All 63k are going to be sold, there’s no doubt about it. After 10 years, WB simply wouldn’t overprice this so much if they didn’t understand the relation between them and fans- at the end of the day it’s still going to be producer-consumer, Harry Potter factor aside.

    • BritishHobo

      Question, what’s your source on all that? I know it’s been stated that bloopers exist, but I’ve not heard about ‘other versions’, and the DVDs all have special features anyway, so I don’t know why you’re including that. So really your list of special features that they’re hoarding is ‘bloopers’.

      • http://twitter.com/MowTheFrontLawn Juan Pedia

        The deleted scenes that have been released so far are only half of the material that was cut from the films (it’s probably less than half, but I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt).
        The original cut of OOTP was 3 hours long, the version they released was 2.2 hours long, and the deleted scenes from OOTP are about 10 minutes long.  That means there are roughly 40-50 minutes of footage from OOTP alone that we’ve not seen.Several scenes in the Harry Potter films were filmed in different ways.  To give a quick example, the Malfoys had 4 different ending scenes in DH2, but only one was used.
        Check out this video for more cool stuff: http://www.youtube.com/watch?&vid=v4IyEw1LWoo&v=f9mUJTmFuZg

      • Hermione Granger

        David Yates said in an interview that they filmed an alternate version of Voldemort’s death… in the Great Hall like in the book. I’m curious to see it. Also Helen McCrory said they filmed a bunch of different versions of the Malfoy family’s ending. That’s only a couple from each film. I want extended versions of ALL of the films. That’s aside from features that will probably be released on this set. It would be cool to know more about how they chose which specific parts of the book to portray and the process behind really turning books to film (other than set design/costume stuff, already covered brilliantly in Page to Screen). I already own all the DVDs and I don’t have a Blu-ray player so I really see no use in buying this ridiculously overpriced set.

        • http://twitter.com/MowTheFrontLawn Juan Pedia

          That’s mostly right.  They only ever scripted Voldemort dying in the Great Hall, but it was never shot.  The alternate version of Voldemort’s death still takes place in the courtyard.

  • Jess

    So they won’t ever release bloopers, extra deleted scenes, and whatever else they keep hidden from us? Disappointing.

  • Kangaroo Be Stoned

    The actual set will likely be cardboard. That alone makes it worth less than the obscene asking price. 

  • Liderc

    You can tell that person doesn’t know anything, calling this the “definitive collection?” It’s not even close. 

  • akacj7

    if they are trying to make me feel like i’m missing out on something special, it’s not working. 

  • Jacob

    If it wouldn’t be very expensive, it would be cool to have a box set with all the disks in the Wizards Collection, as well as all the books. THAT would be definitive.

  • Holly

    My question is around that horrible quote 
    “clearly it’s for somebody who likes the whole notion of the complete repository of everything that ever existed on ‘Harry Potter’ — that, frankly, is ever going to be released on ‘Harry Potter,’ as far as I’m concerned. This is the definitive collection with everything in it. This is about as good as it’s going to get.”…

    Really, dude?  You’re willing to commit to those who buy this set that it will be “everything”?  If that’s truly the case, then I’ll buy it…

    …But I promise you that he will later reference pretty heavily the “ABOUT” part of “…about as good as it’s going to get” and also the caveat of “…as far as I’m concerned”.

    This quote just makes me angry.  New Line didn’t hold out on us for LOTR, and I’m pretty sure they made a nice amount of cash from the “high-end” set they sold. I paid a hundred, maybe two, less for it than this giant cache of nonsense and got every penny back in extra content.

    This guy wants to call Potter fans who are upset with the set, cheap?  Not high-end buyers?

    Is he stoned?

    We’ve spent money on every single other thing you’ve put out.  We’re not cheap; we’re simply smart enough to know when you’re not even trying to give us what we’re paying for.

    You are so right, Hermione Granger…Per usual.

    • BritishHobo

      Dude nobody is calling you cheap. I see a lot of furious over-reactions in Hypable comments, but this is ridiculous. Nowhere in this article does it say anything even remotely close to even IMPLYING fans who don’t want it are cheap.

      God, I’m pretty new to Hypable, but it seems like you guys will literally moan about anything. Is this what it means to not be a slavish fan, literally seeing the absolute worst in everything that happens?

      • Holly

        I certainly don’t want to give you the impression that the collective “we” only whine and moan.  

        I was pretty stoked about the set when it first came out and totally put it on my Christmas list to any of my friends and family who asked. I assumed it would have everything, because Jo usually keeps a tight hold on what’s released in the name of Potter.

        I only really got upset when I found out that they weren’t including true digital copies or all the extra footage.  I had been holding out for the all-time, all-inclusive collection to buy all the discs together, because I wanted to buy them all in the biggest, most awesome set.  I didn’t mind the price premium for all that content.

        I love the series and I tweeted with Andrew earlier today about this article.  This announcement apparently shows some hope and they’re gonna discuss it on the next Mugglecast.

        So, I still feel like I did above – and I’ll have to disagree that he was definitely calling out the upset fans as cheap – but, I’m not above listening to what the gang has to say about it.

        I like (sometimes heated) discourse with other fans, because I just love to talk about Harry Potter.  I’m not fond of the term whiny, though.

        • Dlmarvin05

          I agree with Holly on this one bro. New to hypable or not, do your research before sneering someone. The Ultimate Editions of each of the movies will hold more than this box set content wise when they finally release them all. The ONLY extras is the giant box and some maps and a locket (woo…)
          For the price and the little new stuff you get, it’s not worth it. It really isn’t. And I know for a fact that him saying basically that if we don’t want to fork out the money for it we get shitty stuff later would make anyone upset. Because, once all the Ultimates get released, that would actually be BETTER. But he won’t admit that and is instead chastizing people for complaining that for this set supposidely being “as good as it’s gonna get” that it still really won’t be AND it’s ridiculously priced. So, no, you are bitching and moaning about someone’s legit complaints. Please, educate yourself before commenting next time

          • BritishHobo

            What are you talking about? You do realize that this is a collection of the Ultimate Editions, right? How can the Ultimate Editions hold more than this boxset when this boxset contains all of the Ultimate Editions?
            The fact is, most of the people on here are looking at it in terms of ‘I already own all eight films’. Well of course it’s not worth it then, you bought all the films. This is better for people who don’t yet own the films, and want a ‘complete’ collection. Everyone here needs to stop thinking that WB is going to gear everything to ‘Harry Potter fandom’. You are not entitled to shit. 

            I have educated myself by the way. Not just on the Wizard’s Collection, but on Hypable comments, which are nearly always miserable and whiny. Sony’s new game? Hypable fans don’t have a PS3, so it’s shit. Pottermore? It’s not in book form, so it’s shit. The theme park and the studio tour? Expensive, so it’s shit. This website is filled with people who will only be happy if every single new release is tailored to their specific exaggerated wants, and priced at a hideously low price. Ridiculous.

          • Aeo2626

            You know how to fix this, right?  STOP READING THE ARTICLES.

          • PotionWillow207

            Okay, first of all this is not just the opinion of Hypable fans. I have tons of friends who are HP fans but aren’t on Hypable at all. Guess what? They think the new PS3 game is crap, too. It has nothing to do with Hypable and everything to do with the fact that the information, which Jo has always said will be available for free to everyone (or with a contribution to a charity, like Beedle the Bard) now costs hundreds of dollars.

            Same thing with Pottermore. The issue is not, in fact, that it’s not in book form. The issue is that it’s boring and there really isn’t that much new stuff. Also that it takes much too long to get anything new out of them.

            And as far as I’m aware, not one single person has ever said that the theme park is crap. The problem is that it’s so much fun that we all want to go, but it’s too far for some people. We’re not complaining about the park. We’re complaining about our own location.

            So clearly you have NOT educated yourself because your perception of what people want is incorrect. No one is asking for anything exaggerated or for a ridiculously low price. WB has always said that they did this for the fans, and we are asking them to actually do something to show that. To give us something that is actually worth the exorbitant amount of money they are asking us to pay. So maybe YOU are the one who should quit whining. If you don’t like what we’re saying, no one is forcing you to read the comments.

  • http://twitter.com/CassiopeiaDrake Cassie Drake

    Hmmm… a smaller set with all the same discs? Shit, now I kinda want to wait. Cuz I mean, I don’t really care for having this giant fucking huge-ass thing sitting on my coffee table, but I definitely do want all those discs.

    • grandmother janice

      It’s not a smaller set, it’s a smaller number made. Limited Edition.

      • http://twitter.com/greeneggsplusam Sam

         Cassie is talking about the smaller set with a cheaper price they said they’re releasing after the Wizard’s collection runs out.

  • jozefd14

    Ultimate Edition…. where are you? lol

  • DJ Duncan

    we should boycott it

  • Matilda

    Well, I’m getting it. I don’t have any of the films on blu-ray and I think the extras are super cool. PLUS, I don’t believe we know what all of the previously unreleased material to be included in this set is. Some of it COULD be bloopers or further deleted scenes… 

  • a13lubin

    It’s a cool set and all, and I wouldn’t mind the price. But the majority of content has already been released. It’s not worth it. You gotta include more features. YOu got the documentary part done, but include commentaries, more extended editions, director’s cuts. Some of that may be hard to get done but seriously everything has commentaries now, you guys can do them. And they’ve released extended editions on abc family, why aren’t they on disc past the first 2 movies.

  • Katie

    sure this is cool. No way am I paying $500 bucks for it. 

  • HeatherLeighann

    until they elease the blooper reels, I’m not buying any of these ridiculous sets.

  • grapes9h5

    This set is not even good, and a far better HP set could be made, and all likelihood will be. Only a rich sucker would by this waste od space.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/4P37OIFRKDSXVAF34ZSTBSNFLE Paul

    Ultimate Editions. That is all.

  • hpatdh33

    Im getting it, and Im really excited.

  • Alex654

    Look I’m fine with the high price if the set contains EVERYTHING . I will pay £200-300 for ultimate edition I just one final complete set . Lets end the spending with one final movie boxset expirence. I’m still harry potter fan to the day I die but I like one collection for me to watch as adult instead of waiting years for a final set.

  • Monkeygirlkk

    clearly I am Somebody who likes the whole notion of the complete repostory of everything that ever existed on ‘Harry Potter’, but there is no way I am paying 500$ for it.

  • http://twitter.com/NatashaPeartree Natasha Pereira

    I CAN’T  DECIDE!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001323469179 Arialle Renee

    This is BS.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Maria-Wang/542480760 Maria Wang

    Don’t get me wrong, I do want it.  But as i’ve mentioned before, for $500 I could buy a trip to the Wizarding World Orlando.  And that kind of experience would outlast any DVD set.

  • EuanLauder

    It’ amazing because in the UK this box set is amazingly valuable. HMV ( The only retailer in the UK I know that sells the ultimate editions ) is selling the ultimate editions at £30 a piece. £30 x 8 = £240. The Wizard’s Collection is £180. Already it is a bargain ( and an amazing one at that ) BUT THEN… we need to add on the Horcrux locket = £37 plus the other memorabilia, the bonus disc and the box. I’d value it at about £400. I don’t have any of the ultimate edition so I’m saving so much money for much more content. This sets is getting a lot of hate for being too expensive but I’m essentially robbing WB

    • Dlmarvin05

      where the hell can I buy the UK version then??? ._.

  • darkl61

    I just wish that they would tell us all about the smaller box set already. I really dont know why they would wait untill after the Wizards Collection is sold out to tell us, because everyone who has or is going to buy this boxset already knows everything about it. There is no need to keep promoting the Wizards Collection anymore. I dont think its fair that the people who buy the Wizards Collection get the last two documentaries before everybody else. They should’ve released both box sets together!

    • http://twitter.com/greeneggsplusam Sam

       Because if it has a lot of the stuff that this collection does, people will cancel their order for the Wizards Collection and wait for the cheaper one.

    • BritishHobo

      The announcement of the smaller set has probably come because fans have got their panties in a wad over special features they’ve never been promised, and have taken to Amazon to bitch about the fact that they already bought all the DVDs and so buying the complete set isn’t worth it for them specifically. WB needs to please the fans because apparently in the wake of the movie series finishing, the fandom seems to have become hugely whiny and entitled. 

      • Joel Cruz005

        lol.. Your fucking hilarious.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=636033419 Maritere Domínguez

    Being  a Harry Potter fan is getting far too expensive throughout the years

  • VideoKilledSeverusSnape

    Still am not going to buy it. Unless it’s half the price. 

  • Teranel

    I still just want the maps.

    • http://twitter.com/MowTheFrontLawn Juan Pedia

      They maps aren’t even accurate.  I’m very disappointed with this in every way.

  • PotionWillow207

    “…clearly it’s for somebody who likes the whole notion of the complete repository of everything that ever existed on ‘Harry Potter’…” Really, dude? You just completely alienated at least 95% of the Harry Potter fandom. Because that’s how many people would actually LOVE to have this stuff, but can’t afford it and aren’t stupid enough to pay the exorbitant price. Snobby, much? And really, it’s not the “complete repository of everything that ever existed on Harry Potter.” You forget that there are boxes of stuff from Jo that we have yet to see. I’d pay way more than $500 for that. But for what is essentially a cardboard box of paper with a few discs? Um, no thank you. Especially when you consider that all of that extra content will be online within hours of the release.

  • BritishHobo

    Christ these comments are miserable. Bitch bitch bitch is all I ever see on this website. Just endless hyperbole and exaggerating every single thing that happens into the worst thing ever. I get being cynical and discerning and not taking crap, but you guys are a whole new level of self-entitled whingers. I mean christ, the guy says ‘This will appeal to completists, but to those worried about the price tag we will offer a less extravagant set’, and Hypable commenters turn that into ‘I hate Harry Potter fans and Harry Potter fans are cheap and stupid and gullible’. God, you bitch when this boxset is all they’re offering, you bitch when they announce a smaller set. I get the feeling that even if they gave all of the things people mention in this comment thread, you’d all just invent new reasons to bitch about why it isn’t good enough.

    • PotionWillow207

      We’re bitching about the smaller set because, according to this guy it won’t have near as much in it as the overpriced, overhyped set. And if you don’t want to see people whining, then don’t read the comments. It’s as simple as that.

  • writergirl8

    In my opinion, what would really sell- more than anything else- is a collection of DVDs specifically devoted to bonus material. Extended editions of the movies, commentaries, deleted scenes and never-before-seen bonus features. Nothing original or that we already have. THAT would be their selling point. The promise of DVDs that do not hold anything that the other DVDs we bought already hold. THAT would be the thing that tipped us into excitement. “Oh, you already bought the DVDs? Well this isn’t your average-joe Harry Potter DVD! This is extended edition only, with ALL deleted scenes and extra bits ADDED INTO the movie, no original version. Plus bonus features. Oh, you already have the DVD bonus features? Well these ones are brand spankin’ new!” 
    That, ladies and gentlemen, would be the ultimate fan experience. Not a box with stuff that we as fans have already forked money over for. No, these DVDs would be SO LONG that only the most dedicated would sit through the 5 hour movies to watch. And we would love every minute. THAT would be where they could sucker us in and make their REAL money. Because in that case, for a small window of time, the story can be new once more, and live on someplace other than our hearts. 

  • Guest

    The sad thing is that there are people out there who will actually spend their money on this.

  • ErinHP

    do you think the bonus material will be able to find it’s way online since their are so few copies being sold? (documentaries, harry potter auditions, behind the scenes, etc.) because unfortunately i cannot afford the set and i really don’t want this to be my only opportunity of seeing this interesting material!

    • http://twitter.com/MowTheFrontLawn Juan Pedia

      We’re not missing much by not buying this set.  All of the most interesting special features still haven’t been released on any DVD set.

  • http://twitter.com/MowTheFrontLawn Juan Pedia

    It’s not the price that’s bothering me.  It’s the fact that they’re keeping deleted scenes, bloopers, and other special features away from us.  If this set actually included everything, it could be worth the price.  

  • Andrew_ww

    “there is a high-end market for a franchise like this”. So in other words they set the price at $499.99 too get the most money out of fans possible regardless of how much it is actually worth. It just proves they couldn’t care less about the fans, just our money.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=690341156 Andrew Davies-Land

    63,000 really is not that much of a limited edition at all!! I collect Piggin figures and when they do a limited edition run its in numbers of 1,500 -2000 depending of the piece. 

    So basically WB are saying they are charging an idiotic price for this because they believe their are idiotic fans that will pay it…like others have said its hardly definitive when they are leaving out extended/directors cuts of films 3-8 plus lots and lots of deleted scenes. (peeves, the malfoys alternate endings etc) theirs just no possible way to justify it the only thing that makes it sort of worth it is the amazing look into the Graphic Design side of the potter films. (and I say that as a graphic designer not a potter fan)

  • Guest

    So, people who can’t afford it, you shouldn’t even care about what is in this set as you can’t buy it…and for the people who can afford it, people who are rich, if they can afford it maybe its a great buy for them, maybe they have been waiting for this opportunity and haven’t bought any of the dvds…like the guy said they have preorders in tens of thousands so obviously people want to buy this set…so maybe you wouldn’t buy it but for people who can and will, why are you discouraging them? The pessimism is ridiculous on this article..

  • http://harrymyland.com/ Harry Myland

    I don’t have any bile to S.P.E.W (lolz) about this release, I know WB is going to package and repackage this series to kingdom come. I just know that I won’t be buying any Potter sets UNLESS they’re extended cuts of all the films, and ideally if possible, Deathly Hallows Parts 1 and 2 merged into one giant epic film.

     “… that,
    frankly, is ever going to be released on ‘Harry Potter,’ as far as I’m
    concerned. This is the definitive collection with everything in it.
    This is about as good as it’s going to get.”

    That made me laugh a hearty laugh. Who do they think they’re fooling?

  • Tomas

    I NEED TO HAVE THIS BUT I CAN’T AFFORD IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    LOWER THE FUCKING PRICE,I NEED ONE OF THESE

  • Allison Shannon

    BUT EVERYTHING THAT EVER EXISTED IS NOT IN THAT BOX.

  • SnitchSocks4Dobby

    I’m actually a little concerned. I’m saving up to buy this, but what if once I have enough money they are out? 

  • http://www.facebook.com/taylorjsmith2008 Stephen Marks

    gotta think tho.   for someone like me, who has been waiting to buy the ultimate editions until they were all released….buying all 8 ultimate editions would be about the same price as buying this boxset, based on the preorder price on amazon.   maybe 20 or 30 dollars more.  and then theres all the extras…the never before seen docs….the replicas and all.   i say its well worth it for someonje who dont have the ultimate editions

  • http://www.facebook.com/taylorjsmith2008 Stephen Marks

     and not to mention….resale.    limited editions….buy one.  keep it put up.    in 10 years or so, you can easliy get your money back…and more

    • PotionWillow207

      That’s what they used to say about Beanie Babies. In real life, stuff like this almost never gains or retains its value. Not to say that Harry Potter will ever fade away to obscurity. On the contrary, I think the books will become classic literature. However, the chances of this cardboard box of DVDs becoming more valuable in 10 years is slim to none.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1536644078 Mikey Tonkin

    Seriously, I think the idea of making a limited number is ridiculous. What about the fans that didnt have an opportunity to preorder, know they are going to miss out on ALL the bonus features and experiences that are on here. Its really unfair to the poorer demographic. 

  • Brittanaheya13

    Waste of money. Anyways who can afford it???????? Rich people who won the lottery or someone who is paid alot or also someone who has saved up alot of money knowing it would come out sometime and has never bought any of the movies or books. No ones gonna be able to afford this. What was Warner Brothers. Nothing that’s what they were thinking. People are out of work and on unenployment and also losing their home because no ones did anything about the loss of jobs. Warner Brothers just wants people not to be able to put food on their table for their familys and lose their house’s.

    Alex who currently HATES Warner brothers 

  • Amelie

    Why is everyone tagging anyone who buys this set as “RICH”?!

    Seriously for someone who never bought a single Harry Potter DVD in the last 10 years knowing a really cool boxset would come out eventually, this sets means 35$/year (price is discounted on Amazon and at other retailers)

    You do NOT have to be rich to pay that. I for one am not rich, and I have already preordered it, and I am glad I did.

    And for those who say 63 000 is not limited at all… Yes, for most companies, 1000/2000 would be a standard limited edition. But for Harry Potter? Come on guys you know very well 63 000 is not THAT much. Limited means limited. It does not mean extremely scarce and hard to get. 

  • Slytherinhero01

    I’m actually thinking about buying this, but I won’t be able to pre-order it at the moment.  I think it all depends on the type of fan you are, and of course the type of money you’re willing to spend. I think the fact that it’s in ‘limited stock’ is a great way to encourage people to buy it. And even if you do, can you imagine how much you could sell this set for on ebay years after it’s been released? There are a few things that I don’t like about the set. I think the price tag is still a bit steep. Maybe $250 dollars would have sufficed.

  • writtenbyarose

    I always agreed this pile of hocus pocus ‘its everything your could ever get your hands on’ crap was not worth $500 however I have now pre-ordered it because the price has gone down substantially to about $250 on amazon uk.. I’m fairly sure it will continue to drop because they are afraid it wont sell.. i’d suggest to major fans out there – preorder the set if you have the money, it’s worth it just for the cloth map in my opinion! if we’re lucky we’ll end up paying just under or about $200 and thats the equivalent of buying each of the dvds new.. I can do that without feeling too ripped off.. but hey if more deleted scenes do arise in the future.. you can bet your bottom dollar i’ll just be downloading them illegally!!! ;)

    • writtenbyarose

      Also guys! PLease note that extended cuts of the last 6 potter films are unlikeyl because none of those directors want to release on.. it was only chris columbus who was willing to! so dont hang on for those any time soon!

  • Kiran

    Since this is a costly limited edition box set, it is better to wait for the widely-available cheaper edition that’s yet to be released.

  • Crystal

    So they are not going to make the same original giant set anymore?

  • http://www.facebook.com/samuel.chung.1232 Samuel Chung

    i know everyone is so negative about this but i consider myself happy! of wb brings out something else, great!! just be grateful for what has been released and reflect on this: a) how much extended/deleted footage have you seen b) how much extended/deleted footage is their left to see? im a harry potter fan that is happy for what they get and see and not what their is left to see, OK???!!!

  • Kat

    There is no way I am buying any Harry Potter DVD that is not a true extended version, like what Peter Jackson did with Lord of the Ring’s. I don’t care about behind the scenes extras, interviews, bloopers or commentary, all I want is footage added back into all the movies, I would gladly (alright not gladly but willingly and without regret) pay this kind of money for Harry Potter movies that were 4 or more hours long, heck I’d probably even settle for 3.5 hours for each movie.

  • http://www.facebook.com/zach.jonesmay Zach Jonesmay

    The collection is complete, and probably worth it! – Zach Jonesmay

  • http://www.facebook.com/kitty.rose.5494 Kitty Rose

    I really want oneof these but my mum wont let me coz there too expensive !!!! feel like crying !!!!!!!!!Xxx

  • random girl

    this set looks so cool but that is probly just it i mean all the draws and secret compartments just makes you want it but i would probly only watch 8 of the 31 disks in there because thats the movies all the special features would be random stuff on how the films were made and blueray is the same movie with better quality, im fine with the quality at the moment AND i dont have a bluray dvd player

    they are just milking the money from you they make it look all cool and secretive but then yeah you defiently dont get your moneys worth i would pay 200 for this and the fact that they are only selling 63k is just because they want everyone to rush in and buy one before they all run out but will they

    i want one yes i do but is it worth 500
    no its not so yeah thats just my opinion

    PS read the books ; so much better

  • mike b

    its awesome and only paid 200 for it… Brilliant

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