May 23, 2008 09:14:04 GMT
Though the filming of the sixth 'Harry Potter' series have been stalled for several times earlier, it has finally come to an end on Saturday, May 17.
Though not without experiencing a series of bad luck during the filming, the sixth installment of "Harry Potter" series finally comes to the end of its production. The latest of J.K. Rowling's novel adaptation movie entitled "Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince" has been completed its principal photography last weekend on Saturday, May 17.
The wrapping up of production news came from report on the official site of one of the film's star Emma Watson. The posted news read, "We just thought you might like to know that filming of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince has now finished (filming finished on Saturday May 17th) and now we're eagerly awaiting the November release."
Directed by David Yates, "Half Blood Prince" brings back the three young wizards-in-training, Harry Potter, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger. The fantasy movie follows Potter and his two best friend as they enter their sixth year at Hogwarts and prepare themselves for the final battle with the dark wizard Lord Voldemort. In the latest film, Potter will get to know more about his arch nemesis. Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Watson and many others, the movie is expected to bow in theaters on November 21, 2008.