"Harry Potter" co-stars Daniel Radcliffe, left, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint attended the U.S. premiere of "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" in New York Saturday.
Are you primed for 'Potter'?
Shows begin at midnight Thursday. Tickets are available in advance for showings through Sunday at the box offices of most Oahu theaters. For online purchases visit www.fandango.com for Regal Cinemas; www.movietickets.com for Consolidated Theatres.
Opening this weekend:
"Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire": This promises to be a more action-packed sequel, as the movie chronicles the teenage Harry's participation in the TriWizard Tournament -- while he's simultaneously unraveling a sinister conspiracy, discovering girls and dodging creepy glances from a spooky new teacher named "Mad-Eye" Moody -- plus there's the grotesque rebirth of Lord Voldemort to top it off. (PG-13)
Ralph Fiennes plays the evil Lord Voldemort. Photographs of him in character haven't been released, but he was willing to play the villain with Radcliffe.
Grendan Gleeson joins the "Potter" cast as Mad-Eye Moody.