15 July 2011

Looking back at Harry Potter- THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE

In the run-up to the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, I've written a number of articles reflecting on the Harry Potter films, which will appear throughout the week on Den of Geek. I'll also post them here... 

David Yates stayed on as director for Harry Potter And The Half Blood Prince, along with much of the previous film's crew, but there was consternation at the news that Warner Bros was bumping the film from November 2008, in order to fill out its summer 2009 roster, a delay that Paramount had also made with JJ Abrams' Star Trek.

After some initial unrest in fandom, the move eventually made the film one of the most anticipated of the series, coming after a two-year gap since the previous film and the publication of the final book in JK Rowling's series, Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows. It's to this film's advantage that it's the first of the series to be produced with full knowledge of the story's ending.

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