'Goblet of Fire' wows audience at Comic-Con

  July 29, 2005 at 1:20 AM ET
  Cheeser     HPANA (via AOL Moviefone)
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The film version of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire got star treatment at this year's Comic-Con, which showcases the sci-fi/fantasy genre of entertainment.

Along with peeks at Pirates of the Carribbean 2 and The Chronicles of Narnia, AOL Moviefone saidopens in new window of the latest Potter flick: "The footage looks dark and fantastic... All the smart Potter fans couldn't keep from cheering in excitement."

The specially cut trailer gave a sneak peek at the Tri-Wizard's tournament, Durmstrung's aquatic appearance, a perfectly creepy Mad Eye Moody, and best of all, even the tiniest glimpse of He Who Shall Not Be Named.

What stood out most about the footage was how quickly the young stars are growing up. Newell wasn't kidding when he quipped the biggest fear Harry may have to conquer is girls!

(Prior coverage on HPANA of this year's Comic-Con can be found here and here.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire debuts in November.


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