"Half-Blood Prince" Getting Set Up
Seems things are being quickened for next "Harry Potter" installment. The series art director Stuart Craig has disclosed in a Newsweek interview that he has already commenced work on "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince."
Here Craig revealed that he is now busy designing sets for the project, including the astronomy tower where a beloved character will sadly plummet to his death.
"It has to be impressive and beautiful and poignant," the man remarked. "So I'm looking forward to doing that."
The sixth installment of the mega-hit franchise, "Half-Blood Prince" has been confirmed by Warner Bros. Pictures to come out in theaters on November 21, 2008. While Steve Kloves is expected to pen the screenplay, a director has not yet been found yet, but it was previously reported that Michael Hoffman is in talks for the position.
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