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Voldemort: Why do you live?
Harry Potter: Because I have something to live for.
Sorry, Eclipse, but you can’t hog all the attention these days.
While the third installment of The Twilight Saga has fans around the globe lining up for tickets days in advance, others are focusing on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Based on the final book in this beloved series, the film will be broken into two parts.
The first opens on November 19 and its first official trailer has been released. Check it out now:
In the movie, Lord Voldemort’s power is growing stronger. He’s exerting more control than ever before, and we all know the only person that can stop him: The Boy Who Lived.
While viewers will need to wait until July 2011 to get the conclusion to this tale, they can check out a few scenes from it below. We’re pulling for you, Harry!
- Apr 21, 2010 10:51 PM ET
Andrew W.K., Destroy Build Destroy
Cartoon Network unveiled plans for a 25 new shows and many more returning programs targeted at young boys for next fall. Among the highlights announced Wednesday:
– Hall of Game, the network’s first awards show to honor sports personalities, will feature a full red-carpet presentation also featuring celebrities from movies, music and television. It’s scheduled for early 2011.
– The Looney Tunes Show is a 3-D reimagining of the classic ‘toon for the CGI-animation generation. A fully rendered sneak preview of the new Road Runner was slick and sculptural, like the movie Ice Age, but kept the bird’s legs a decidedly low-tech blur.
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– Scooby-Doo Mystery Incorporated, a similar update of the groovy Hanna-Barbera sleuth series.
– Tower Prep, a live-action mystery series about a rebellious teen who is forced to enroll in a secret boarding school for kids with supernatural gifts (think X-Men meets Harry Potter).
– Firebreather, a special movie event that sounds like Teen Wolf, except the half-human high school kid’s dad is a dragon, thus giving him the titular very special ability.
– Generator Rex, a new series from the creator of the successful Ben 10 franchise.
– The network also announced that it is developing a series of 15-minute blocks of animated shows designed to capture kids’ short attention spans.
– A second season of the breakout hit Destroy Build Destroy — its star, Andrew W.K., performed his hit “Party Hard” at the network’s announcement.
– More episodes of Dude, What Would Happen? — kind of like a mini-Mythbusters.
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– A second season of My Dad’s a Pro, an NFL-produced documentary series, this time starring 8-year-old Nikko Gonzalez, the son of Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez.
Anything catch your eye? Which Cartoon Network shows will you tune in to? (My favorite: the network’s hit surreal animated buddy comedy Adventure Time — check it out!)