Parseltongue

June 29, 2011 | 10:00 a.m.

‘Harry Potter': New Parseltongue translator lets muggles hiss like Slytherin

"Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets"
THE LAST SPELL: “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2” closes out a decade of Hogwarts in Hollywood. Hero Complex is counting down to the release of the final film in the magical franchise with exclusive interviews and photos. Today: Hero Complex debuts a new Parseltongue translator from Warner Bros. Muggles with a penchant for the Dark Arts can now hiss their way into the Chamber of Secrets or speak to Voldemort‘s serpentine pet Nagini. A new app from Warner Bros. translates words into Parseltongue, the wizarding world’s rare and raspy language that allowed Salazar Slytherin and his heirs to communicate with snakes. It’s a fitting feature to mark the end of Harry Potter‘s journey. Long before he set off to hunt down horcruxes, Harry was a 10-year-old boy shocked to discover that he was conversing with a […]
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