Hundreds of Muggles Camp Out for Harry Potter’s London Premiere

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These guys are true fans. Josh is not.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 premieres in London tomorrow. Why aren’t you in line already?

If you’re reading this on your computer, it’s too late – the longest red carpet in the history of over-the-top movie premieres has been laid, and it’s already lined with thousands of teenage Muggles hoping to grab a piece of Potter magic (or just Daniel Radcliffe). The route between Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square will be transformed into Diagon Alley, where Harry and his pals shop for their wizarding gear.

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The weather forecast for tomorrow shows something stormy this way comes, but what is a bit of rain to a die-hard Potterphile? “Frankly I think they would turn out in earthquakes and tornadoes,” Jason Isaacs, who plays Lucius Malfoy, told Moviefone. While Isaacs may be feeling a bit smug about the turnout, it is star trio of Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint that will likely elicit the loudest squeals of delight from fans.

Judging by the trailer, Deathly Hallows II elevates the Potter stories to its dramatic height. What will happen? You can find out on July 15, when the film arrives in cinemas everywhere. (Or just refer to the plot of every previous Potter film.)

If you yourself are not willing to brave the weather and wannabe wizards, never fear. NewsFeed will be on the scene tomorrow to bring you all the excitement from premiere night. Watch the owl post, ahem, NewsFeed for updates!

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