Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince: estimated release dates

The following are the estimated release dates according to the IMDB (International/Internet Movie DataBase):

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Belgium = 19 November 2008
Argentina = 20 November 2008
Germany = 20 November 2008
Netherlands = 20 November 2008
Russia = 20 November 2008
Singapore = 20 November 2008
Brazil = 21 November 2008
Denmark = 21 November 2008
Finland = 21 November 2008
Italy = 21 November 2008
Japan = 21 November 2008
Mexico = 21 November 2008
Norway = 21 November 2008
Sweden = 21 November 2008
Turkey = 21 November 2008
UK = 21 November 2008
USA = 21 November 2008
France = 26 November 2008
Bulgaria = 28 November 2008
Lithuania = 28 November 2008
Poland = 28 November 2008
Romania = 28 November 2008
Spain = 28 November 2008
Venezuela = 28 November 2008
Australia = 11 December 2008
Egypt = 24 December 2008

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I'm assuming the release date for Canada will be the same as in the USA? I think it usually is.

Anyway...

The IMDB has these listed without saying that they're estimated release dates. I'm the one saying "estimated" because of how often release dates change for things. But - in theory - the dates should be at least close to the actual date. You never know, they may even stay as the exact dates... Stranger things have happened... LOL! :)

Tori

6 comments:

Jayde_Bramblerose said...

yes tori " stranger things have definghtly happened ", and that is good of you to put all those dates up .

Jayde_Bramblerose said...

sorry love i spelt " definightly 2 wrong,oops. :) .

Tori_z said...

Grandma:
Don't worry, I can't spell too well either. LOL!

LadyStyx said...

Yay. I wonder if we'll actually make it to the theatre this time or if hubby's gonna make us wait on the dvd again. Just once I'd like to see one at the movies instead of curled up on my sofa.

Tori_z said...

LadyStyx:
I hope you do get to go to the theatre to see this one. :)

I've seen them all at the movie theatre when they've come out. In fact the first two I saw a couple of times each. Most other movies I haven't bothered going out to watch, but I made the effort for the Potter and LOTR movies.

LadyStyx said...

Me too. The special effects are always great but Im betting they're downright AWESOME on the theatre screen.