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Harry Potter stars step out for London premiere
Published: Wednesday 8th of July 2009
The young stars of the Harry Potter films braved the elements last night for the premiere of their latest flick.
Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint all stepped out on to a drenched red carpet to talk to reporters and pose for photographs with fans.
"It's going to be very, very sad to finish these movies but, at the same time, it will be exciting," Radcliffe - who plays the young wizard - told the press.
JK Rowling, the author of the highly successful novels, was also on hand to lap up the attention of avid fans, some of whom had pitched up tents overnight to secure their spots.
Cinema fanatics can make the most of their visit to the capital with the London Pass, which gives free entry to the Curzon Mayfair.
A visit to the grade II listed building would normally cost £12 per adult but is free with the London Pass.
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