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Sunday, December 16, 2012

Breaking News, after all there will be a 9th Harry Potter movie

Members of the cast of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2'
Photo © Lucas Jackson/Reuters

Fans of Harry Potter will surely be excited to know that 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2' may not have been the last film of the young wizard. Lasting less than that of its predecessors, a new movie is being filmed for release in a few theme parks.

A film series about the adventures of wizard Harry Potter at Hogwarts, based on the books of homonyms J. K. Rowling, came to an end last year leaving many fans shocked by the end of the film so fantastic adventure. However, for the thousands who viewed thrilled the eighth and final film in the saga, 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2', the British studios 'Potter' will have a good surprise in store.
A ninth short film will be, says the British press, to be shot in secret in the studios 'Potter', in Hertfordshire, England.
According to the 'site' of the British newspaper 'The Telegraph', is not expected in theaters estreie world but, instead, appears in some of the Harry Potter theme parks, notably in 'The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Florida , United States, and two others in California and Japan respectively, which are still under construction.
The details of the plot remain a mystery but the actress Helena Bonham Carter, who gave life to the witch Bellatrix Lestrange, is a cast member who was caught in the filming of new scenes.
When British tabloid 'The Sun', a source confirmed that indeed is being recorded a ninth film, saying: 'The cast loved to meet again, they are so united. "
According to the same source, "the time of the filming is nearly as long as in previous films, so although the footage is intense, the stars love the ability to appear and disappear," cites the 'The Sun'.
It remains to wait for official confirmation, there is still no set dates or cast.

Sources : DN Artes, Sun, The Telegraph
Writen by Aldara Rodrigues, Edited by por Ricardo Simões Ferreira
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