Four New Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince TV Spots
by Alex Billington
May 21, 2009
Every challenge, every sacrifice, and every moment, comes down to this. Warner Brothers has released a handful of new TV spots for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince in hopes of making it the biggest movie of the summer. Depending on how well both Terminator and Transformers do, Harry Potter might have a chance. But besides its box office potential, this actually looks really, really good. It seems like they've really stepped up their game this time, improved the visual effects and CGI a lot, and improved the visual style. Since this is now David Yates' second Harry Potter movie, maybe he's figured everything out?
Watch the first new TV spot for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince:
All of the TV spots have been removed at the request of Warner Bros. Sorry!
Any particular favorite TV spot? Is everyone else out there still incredibly excited to see this?
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is again directed by British filmmaker David Yates, of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix previously, and is written by Steve Kloves, who also wrote the adaptations of Sorcerer's Stone, Chamber of Secrets, Prisoner of Azkaban, and Goblet of Fire, but did not write Order of the Phoenix. This is the sixth book in J.K. Rowling's immensely popular series. Warner Brothers will debut Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince in theaters worldwide on July 15th this summer. We'll be there!
Reader Feedback - 10 Comments
AWESOME! Goddamn, look at the cinematography. Bruno Delnonnel is the man.
Jason on May 21, 2009
This is the only movie I'm really looking forward to!
bltzie on May 21, 2009
The giant robots will most likely prevail, in the box office.
Dave Lister, JMC on May 21, 2009
This is the first HP movie I am -really- looking forward to. Dark and less kiddy oriented, and the cinematography is absolutely beautiful. On a completely different note: WHY IS THERE NO SHERLOCK HOLMES TRAILER UP ON THIS SITE, YET? It looks effing amazing! Or did I really miss it? <..>
SuicidalOptimist on May 21, 2009
You missed it SuicidalOptimist...Billington posted it a few days back. And yes it does look friggan amazing...perfect mix of comedy, drama, and action.
peloquin on May 21, 2009
amazing i think this will the blockbuster of the summer season
alan on May 21, 2009
Third one. This summer is cool. I likey (and I likey that I can afford to go to them all this year too :P)
Agent Manders on May 21, 2009
Dear #4, this one's actually rated PG, whereas the last two were rated pg-13. so it's hard saying. (I mean, with DARK KNIGHT getting a pg13, maybe that means a pg13 is the new R and a PG is the new pg 13.) But, I do agree with you, the film looks dark and exciting. I hope they manage to keep the tone of the first trailer they released in the film. But, sadly, I don't really see that happening. This was my favorite book but i'm scared. Steve Kloves is an idiot screenwriter to me. But Yates is a man I trust, so hopefully... hopefully....
crumb on May 21, 2009
Thanks for the info and clarification #5 and #8. =)
SuicidalOptimist on May 21, 2009
Cant wait for this one.. fav book by far and hope the movie lives up to half of what the book was and it will be great.
Adam on May 22, 2009
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