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More Photos of 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince' Uncovered

September 13, 2008 (7:24 am) GMT
New images from the sixth installment of the boy wizard movie bring forward a look into a year older Neville Longbottom, an on-set photo of Daniel Radcliffe and another fresh pic.
More Photos of 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince' Uncovered

Harry Potter's Page has posted more photos from "". This time, the new images take a glimpse into Neville Longbottom as he sits near a window in the Gryffindor room, a sneak peek at when he is shooting for a scene on the movie's set as well as Entertainment Weekly's photo shot of the three leading actors, Radcliffe, and .

Dealing with a darker matter than previous "Harry Potter" films, "Half-Blood Prince" follows Harry Potter in his sixth year at Hogwarts. With Voldermort's strength growing stronger and stronger each day, the wizarding world and Potter are preparing for the impending battle as the walls that used to keep him and his friends away from danger may not be a safe haven anymore.

The sixth movie adaptation from "Harry Potter" book by J.K. Rowlings, it stars also Matt Lewis, , , , Helen McCrory and Hero Fiennes-Tiffin. The flick coming out on July 17, 2009 is directed by David Yates and written by Steven Kloves.

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