A glimpse into the battle happening outside the Burrow in the latest installment of the "Harry Potter" series has been let out through new photo.
Fans are treated with another new image from the sixth installment of "Harry Potter" franchise, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince". Posted by Snitch Seeker who claimed to get the picture from an anonymous email, the photo captures the moment when Harry, Arthur, Ginny, Tonks, and Lupin are standing amidst a field of reeds during the battle outside the Burrow.
Dealing with an impending war atmosphere around the wizarding world, "Half-Blood Prince" has been said to be darker than previous movies. When asked about his comment on how scary the new movie will be while attending "The Duchess" London premiere on Wednesday, September 3, the actor who portrayed the evil Lord Voldemort, Ralph Fiennes, confessed,"I haven't seen it yet so I'm not sure if it's scarier than the others."
Directed by David Yates from the script by Steven Kloves, the Warner Bros. film puts up Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Michael Gambon, Helena Bonham Carter, Alan Rickman, Maggie Smith, Tom Felton and many others as the cast ensemble. It has been pushed back from its November 21, 2008 release to July 17, 2009.
In this flick, dark wizard Voldermort has expanded his terror, even to the safest haven of all, Hogwarts. Though Harry is suspecting that the danger now is lurking from within the stone wall and Dumbledore is preparing him for the worst that will ultimately strike them, he and his friends are sidetracked as they try to unfold the mystery behind the nickname 'Half-Blood Prince'.