lead & cyanide (oakenshield) wrote in ohnotheydidnt,
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another blow to an already failing movie >:O


ANOTHER CHARACTER CUT FROM HALF BLOOD PRINCE

Following the footsteps of Moaning Myrtle, another "Harry Potter" character has also been reported to be left out from the forthcoming "Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince". This time, the fans would miss out the eccentric Hogwarts professor, Sybill Trelawney, in the sixth installment of the wizardy movie.

Giving affirmation to Snitch Seeker, a Hamilton Hodell representative stated that the professor of Divination that has been portrayed by actress Emma Thompson since her first appearance in "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" will not be included in the drama fantasy tidbit. "She is not in the half blood prince," confirmed the rep.

Like Myrtle, Trelawney supposedly plays an important part in the sixth book. She is the one who hinted to Harry that Draco was 'celebrating' in the Room of Requirement and that Snape was the one who had overheard her telling Dumbledore about the Prophecy involving Harry and Voldermort.

Adapted from J.K. Rowling's sixth "Harry Potter" novel series, "Half Blood Prince" will get into theaters on November 21. It will see once again Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson as the three main characters. Supporting them are a list of notable actors, like Helena Bonham Carter, Alan Rickman, Maggie Smith, and Julie Walter. This Warner Bros. Pictures' flick is directed by David Yates.



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Current characters cut: Fleur, Bill, Percy, the Gaunts, Trelawney, Hepzibah Smith and Myrtle - anyone else?

Let's not even talk about the epic scenes they've cut - ie the funeral, wedding, awkward Christmas visit from Percy etc
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