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Part I of 'Harry Potter 7' Gets Official Release Date

April 25, 2008 (8:19 am) GMT
The first part of 'Harry Potter' last film, 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows', is now expected to arrive in theaters in November 2010.

Harry Potter's fans don't have to continue guessing on when the last installment of the J.K. Rowling's adaptation movies will be outed as new report has revealed the exact date of the release of the first part of "Deathly Hallows". The seventh "Harry Potter" movie, which is entitled "" is now coming in theaters on November 19, 2010.

Earlier, "Part I" simply scheduled to be open Holiday 2010 and "" will follow in Summer 2011. Though the release date of the first part has been unveiled, the exact theatrical debut date for the second part is still in the haze. Still, the two parts of "Harry Potter" seventh and last book will see once again as the titular character and and as his two best friends, Ron and Hermione.

Set to be directed by "" and "" helmer David Yates, the two films will follow the three young wizard characters as they search for the scattered Horcrux in order to bring Potter's nemesis, Lord Voldemort, to his end for good. At the time, all the cast and crew of the "Harry Potter" franchise are undergoing the production of "Half-Blood Prince" in various location in the U.K. as well as in Bjorli, Norway for its winter scenes.

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