Written by Sophie Jayne
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Topics: Harry Potter

Wednesday, 19 March 2008

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After last week announcing that the seventh and final Harry Potter film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows would be split into two parts, producers have now redrawn that proclaiming that it will in fact be split into 67 parts.

"It would be impossible to fit the entire story line into just a few films." David Yates director of the blockbuster told us rubbing his hands together "The only way it will all fit is if we do it in 67 different mini films, this way fans will pay me lots of money... I mean fans will be able to enjoy Potter for longer."

Daniel Radcliffe who plays the boy wizard took the same attitude "Yeah it is all good." He said as he casually burnt a fifty pound note with a diamond studded lighter "It is all for the fans though I value them you know without them I would be nothing. Yeah it has nothing to do with the money I get, did you know I was worth £58,686,686 million?"

Though not everyone is taking it as good news. We snook it to the prison cell where J.K Rowling is being held on suspicion of telling lies and ask her opinion "What these people do not understand is that Harry is a BOY wizard, by the time they finish he will be bleeding 45!" she screamed as she threw her cell mate across the room.

We left then because prison seems to have messed with the authoress head and we were scared.

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