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The Warner Bros. chairmen have paid half a million dollars to release Radcliffe from his appearance in a Broadway play due to the promotion of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II'.
The movie's bosses have persuaded London's mayor Boris Johnson to allow them to hold a red carpet event at London's iconic venue.
The film series would receive Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema trophy among others at the ceremony held later this month.
While Harry and Hermione show a bit of worry in their expressions, Ron seemingly is not bothered at all with the bright light from up above.
According to the film's art director, the location where Snape dies is changed to give a more dramatic atmosphere.
A very short promo video shows scenes featuring Chris Evans' Steve Rogers in one of Captain America costumes.
Comics about beloved superhero Captain America as well as a story uniting cowboys and aliens are some works turned into big screen versions that their fans and moviegoers must have been expecting for.
The reshoot involving Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint started just before Christmas in Leavesden studios.
The British actress revealed she has just returned from the U.S. to do a re-shoot for the final 'Harry Potter' film.
Emma Watson reveals there will be an action scene, set in Hogwarts and involving her character, Rupert Grint's and Nagini, which allegedly does not exist in the book.
The November 19 release has set a new worldwide opening record with $16.1 million from screenings in 340 IMAX theaters globally.
Daniel Radcliffe and his co-stars will go back to the film's set at London's King's Cross train station for a pivotal scene re-shoot.