Harry Potter Ends All Filming

Saturday marked the end of filming for Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows, the seventh and final book of J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter novels. The end of filming for the book’s film adaptation (which will be split into two parts) also meant the end of filming Harry Potter altogether.

“Everyone was really devastated. It was really, really sad,” Daniel Radcliffe said on Sunday. “Were crying quite a lot.” Fortunately, Rupert Grint popped by in his ice cream truck with ice creams for all to enjoy in their time of sorrow.

It’s been 10 years since the release of the film adaptation of the first novel Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone, and 13 since the first release of J.K.Rowling’s Harry Potter novels; you can see how far they’ve come from the image at the top.

This is without a doubt my favourite book out of the seven. The story follows the wizarding trio as they are left to find Horcruxes and hallows in attempt to finally defeat Voldemort. But which should Harry search for? And how is he supposed to find them? Hopefully, you’ve read the books to know what happens, which would have only left you in more excitement for the film’s release.

Part one will be released at cinemas on 19th November 2010, and the second part on 15th July 2011 (beginning as the trio return to Hogwarts to find and destroy Voldemort’s final Horcrux).

157 days to go! (:

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  1. I was really crying when i found out that last june 12,2010 was the last filming of harry potter and the deadly hallow movie 2. Hp is really one of the best movie i’ve ever seen.


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