Has anyone else noticed that after the initial release of Harry Potter, there hasn't been a whole lot of press or advertising for the film? Certainly it's been doing very well for the past three weeks, but I really expected to be hearing more about it. I remember Titanic constantly in the news during its mamoth run. Of course, I've found that I haven't really given the film much thought since I saw it. As much as I love the books, the movie just doesn't inspire me at all. That's not to say that it's bad of course, it was a remarkably faithfull adaption (poor editing aside) and I would have gladly sat through another half hour for them to flesh it out. That said though, I had no desire to see the movie a second time, nor have I given it much thought since. By the next day I had pretty much forgoten the film. I sure hope that doesn't happen with Fellowship of the Ring. So, what do you all think will happen to Harry Potter when FOTR is released? Do you expect the movie to continue to go strong? Or, having now seen the film, do you expect it's business to drop sharply? I'm leaning towards the latter myself. So far, every review I've come across for FOTR has been glowing, and given my current indifference to the HP flick, I just don't see it keeping up when FOTR comes out. Not unless they pull some clever marketting like Monsters Inc. did. Now that was one supremely marketed film. That brilliant trailer that ran with Harry Potter, the addition of outtakes after the first month of release. The marketing dept. behind MI ought to be really proud of themselves, they turned a potential movie killer in HP into an opportunity to boost their own sales.