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Hi Res "Deathly Hallows" Images from Entertainment Weekly Now Online

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Posted by: Rosi
August 16, 2010, 07:12 PM

High resolution images from "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" first released in the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly can now be seen here in our galleries courtesy of Warner Bros., starting with this image of Harry and Hermione in the forest.

You can find scans of the article in the same album in the Leaky Galleries at this link and find our account of the article's content in this post.

The high resolution images are as follows - click on the link to be taken directly to the galleries:

Many thanks to Warner Bros. for sending the images along!

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I read the HP articles and they were awesome! Plus, at the end of the magazine, a page had a blip of stuff on Justin Bieber’s new book! It said: “The most unnecessary contribution to American literacy!” I loved it!

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Very nice pix!!!

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