Harry Potter Shower Scene Cut From Movie At Last Minute

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Thursday, 18 November 2010

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Shower Scene Goes Down The Drain

Although Harry Potter fans will love "Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows", they will be disappointed that the 'shower scene' was cut from the final editing of the movie which comes out today.

"I could see no harm in it", stated one co-producer, Lance Helms. "I mean, 'Harry' has been nude on the stage some time ago so what's the big deal?"

The big deal, according to those we asked, was the average age of the audience that are watching the show and the ratings.

"We don't want to louse this thing up by taking chances", stated a rep for the movie. "Maybe we'll run it again with an adult rating and include all the scenes."

Since the show began, the actors have aged ten years from about 12 to 22 on the average so maybe the scenes will be included once the two-part final has been shown to it's full capacity.

The scene involved the invisibility cloak that gets stolen and winds up over one of the characters while he's at the lady's shower room. One thing about it, Hermoine is no longer a kid."

"There was one we pulled and destroyed is the naked monster played by Kirstie Alley. Believe me, nobody wanted to see that!"

This is Clarence Briant for The West Coast Post!

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