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GoF Potter Death a Classic, says EW

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Posted by: Melissa
July 18, 2008, 03:52 AM

Entertainment Weekly online has posted the top 25 “new classic” death scenes, and in at number three is Cedric’s book four demise. The ranking refers to the scene in the film, in which Cedric, played by Robert Pattinson, dies swiftly at the soon-to-be-reborn Voldemort’s creepy feet.

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