New 'Half-Blood Prince' Pic Exhibits Harry Potter at Professor Slughorn's Dinner Party


New 'Half-Blood Prince' Pic Exhibits Harry Potter at Professor Slughorn's Dinner Party
A look at Harry Potter standing up to greet Ginny Weasley when she comes to Professor Slughorn's dinner party through a brand new 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince' photo.


Another brand new "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" image has been uncovered. This time, it came from BonnieWrightOnline, offering a sneak peek into Professor Slughorn's dinner party. In the picture, it can be seen that Harry stands up from his seat to greet Ginny Weasley when she comes to join the party.

Apart from giving out the photo, the fansite has also included a translated Recreio Magazine's interview with Harry Potter's depicter, Daniel Radcliffe, about the relationship between Harry and Ginny. "Harry dates Ginny," Radcliffe explained when asked about scenes with Harry's new girlfriend. "There is a really funny scene about this."

He then continued, "In the beginning, Ginny dates Dean Thomas, and Ron says: 'You have to hate anyone who goes out with their sister as a matter of principle'. Harry, ashamed, says: 'Yeah, I suppose so...'. He gets a little embarrassed. It's even more complicated than dating Cho. But it's a sweet and important story in the movie."

"Half-Blood Prince" will follow Potter in his sixth year at Hogwarts during which the ever growing threat to the wizarding world by the evil dark wizard, Lord Voldemort grows even stronger by day. Being the only one who has survived his attack years before, Harry accompanied by his two loyal friends, Ron and Hermione has to prepare for his ultimate battle while the walls that used to keep him and his friends away from danger may not be a safe haven anymore.

Directed by "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" helmer David Yates, it stars also Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Bonnie Wright, Helena Bonham Carter, Robbie Coltrane, Michael Gambon, Alan Rickman and many others. Initially set to be released on November 21, it has been pushed back to see a U.K. and U.S. release on July 17, 2009.

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