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Warner Bros. Sets Release Date for “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I”

Warner Bros. has set an official release date for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I.  The film will release on November 19, 2010. That puts a two-year gap between the the next film Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (November 21, 2008).  WB hasn’t yet set an exact date for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II, but they did note that it’ll release in May 2011.

  • Personally I believe you are waiting too long for the release of the last Harry Potter Movie. Two years is much too long. People will lose interest. I think it is GREAT that you are not going to ignore all the information in the final chapter of Harry Potter, I think it is a shame you did not do it for the last three. So much of the book was missed in the Order of the Pheonex. Shame on you for taking so long and letting people wan from the whole story. Hope to see the rest of Harry Potter SOON/

  • Personally I believe you are waiting too long for the release of the last Harry Potter Movie. Two years is much too long. People will lose interest. I think it is GREAT that you are not going to ignore all the information in the final chapter of Harry Potter, I think it is a shame you did not do it for the last three. So much of the book was missed in the Order of the Pheonex. Shame on you for taking so long and letting people wan from the whole story. Hope to see the rest of Harry Potter SOON/

  • Anonymous

    It’s all about the buttom line. Shame on Warner Brothers for being so greedy and taking three more years to finish releasing the Harry Potter movies. How many kids will not be alive in three years to enjoy the final of books they so loved. I just may boycott the movies!

  • Anonymous

    It’s all about the buttom line. Shame on Warner Brothers for being so greedy and taking three more years to finish releasing the Harry Potter movies. How many kids will not be alive in three years to enjoy the final of books they so loved. I just may boycott the movies!

  • Skye

    Yeah I’m sure you will boycott them Anonymous, my foot. Personally I’m looking forward to the releases and if they take three years then so be it, I want quality not some movie that is pumped through just to make a deadline target.

  • Skye

    Yeah I’m sure you will boycott them Anonymous, my foot. Personally I’m looking forward to the releases and if they take three years then so be it, I want quality not some movie that is pumped through just to make a deadline target.