Emma at 'OotP' DVD launch
Emma at 'OotP' DVD launch

Photos & report from 'OotP' DVD press launch

Published November 5, 2007 at 22:31 PM
by Geri
from HPANA (via News Tips)

The press junket for the release of the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix DVD took place on Saturday in London and a report and some pictures from the event are now online.

You can see some pictures of Emma at the event hereopens in new window, which were taken by her father.

This articleopens in new window is a recap of the event in which the author met Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint, as well as Matt Lewis (Neville Longbottom), Katie Leung (Cho Chang), Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood), and Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley).

According to the article:

The others however were surprisingly exactly as you'd expect them...only not wielding wands. Am serious, not projecting. Matt Lewis is tall and much more confident than Neville. Like a boy who is finally growing out of his awkward, gangly looks and finding relief in the fact that he's really just a regular dude and not destined to be a dweeb forever. Katie Leung is tiny and meek. Darts her eyes around furtively and giggles shyly for no apparent reason. Disappointingly a total Hello Kitty. And by all accounts, not terribly articulate. Evanna Lynch is, like Luna, a space case. Wearing long white extensions down to her ass, pulled in a low pony to one side under a red beret, a black sweater, shorts, black tights, and cool yellow chucks, she is wide eyed and dreamy and speaks in a soft, lilting voice that isn't so much soothing as it is a little annoying because it's one thing to go around on film asking about nargles and entirely another to actually BE that person in real life. Finally, Bonnie adorable. A fresh face, a appropriately dressed in a white polo shirt tucked into skinny jeans and flats, hair a mousy brown, is polite and unassuming, walks with the gait of a girl still growing into her body, without the insolent boredom of an adolescent or the desperate need to impress of a young adult. If she wants it, I hope she becomes a big, big star.

The DVD will be released in the UK on Tuesday, November 12th and in the U.S. on December 11th.

Thanks to Jo and Jessica for the tips.

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