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Magazine Misses Memo On 'Potter' Postponement

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Magazine Misses Memo On 'Potter' Postponement

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Magazine Misses Memo On 'Potter' Postponement

Magazine Misses Memo On 'Potter' Postponement

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Warner Bros. announced last week that it's postponing the release of the sixth Harry Potter movie, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. The film was set for a November release, then was pushed back to July. The news apparently didn't reach the offices of Entertainment Weekly in time for its fall preview issue, which features the star of the film, Daniel Radcliffe, on the cover and a six-page spread on the movie — all of which is a little odd, since the magazine and Warner Bros. have the same parent company, Time Warner.