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For Harry Potter fans all around the world, this is the first sign of the end times. Fans of the books experienced their last adventure with the boy who lived and his loyal cohorts in 2007, and now the final chapter in one of the most loved franchises of all time is about to come to a close. And I'd be lying If I said I wasn't a little broken up about it.

USA Today recently spoke with the three heroes and the films' director, David Yates, about the how the first installment is going to play out. With the vast majority of it taking place away from the usual setting of Hogwarts, producer David Heyman says they're considering this a “road movie” which for readers will be no surprise. Yates snuck in a few comments about the realism of the film; about the Muggle world be featured much more prominently than the wizard world we're so used to.

“We're going for a vérité approach. Being away from Hogwarts, they're like these three refugees on the run. They're out in the big bad world, facing real danger, unguarded by those wonderful benign wizards at Hogwarts. They don't have a home to go to.” -Yates to USA Today

To go along with the article, Warners sent us the below image of Harry, Ron, and Hermione looking as if we're hiding their next heroin fix from them. Warner Bros has had a tendency to just release plain ol' images like this one early on just to tease us. I'm sure once we get closer to the first installments November 2010 release we'll be seeing all kinds of set pieces, new characters, and creatures galore. For now, hopefully this will hold you over.

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