According to Reuters, Warner Bros. will release Goblet of Fire in November 2005 and Order of the Phoenix 18 months later.
Thanks again to Mugglenet for the tipoff; DigiCasey.com has posted pics from PoA.
Ah, CBBC to the rescue. Daniel's quitting rumors are rubbish.
That's what that Daily Mail says today:
HARRY Potter star Daniel Radcliffe has revealed he will never again play the schoolboy wizard.
The 13-year-old actor said he wants to concentrate on his GCSE studies.
Daniel's decision means he will not be involved with the fourth film of the series.
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Highland News has a great update on the filming of Azkaban including information on Buckbeak.
According to the CBBC, famed teen singer Charlotte Church said she almost got the part of Hermione in the Harry Potter movies but it was decided she was too old.
HP movie actress Fiona Shaw (Petunia Dursley) did not win the Tony Award this evening; she was nominated for playing the title role in Medea, but Vanessa Redgrave was awarded for her turn in Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey Into Night. Having seen both performances, I think it's worthwhileContinued...
According to HELLO, the upcoming It's Totally Raining Teens of Vanity Fair will have the movie trio striking a "grown-up pose".
In today's CBBC "Celeb Gossip" daily update, they report that Dan Radcliffe has grown 8 inches since he filmed the first movie.
WB has told CBBC Newsround that they are most definitely on schedule with filming. No delays here.
Check out a full list of the MMA winners. The awards ceremony will air on MTV on June 5.
Despite previous reports, the Boston Globe today states that John Williams has signed on to write the score to Prizoner of Azkaban. According to the article, Williams only supervised music from the first two films:
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It appears that the rain and bugs have been too much for the cast of the Potter movies. Much of the big set has had to be moved indoors back in London and it sounds like future movies might be filmed elsewhere.
The Express also chimes in - here's some interesting highlights
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According to this article in the Guardian, Alan Parker, known for his recent film "The Life of David Gale" as well as "The Commitments", "Fame", and "Shoot the Moon", reveals he was originally approached to direct the first Potter film: