Harry Potter to Stop Shipping at the End of Year

Written by Nick Workman October 25, 2011

Warner Bros. has announced that the final Harry Potter film (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt. 2), to be released on November 11th, will only be available for a limited time before the entire film series will no longer be printed or available to order. The halt on DVD, Blu-ray, and Blu-ray 3D will occur on December 29th.

The official press release states:

Harry Potter, the #1 motion picture franchise of all time, will soon disappear from shelves, as Warner Bros. stops shipping all Harry Potter theatrical film titles (including Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows™ – Part 2, and Harry Potter: The Complete 8-Film Collection) as of December 29, 2011 (moratorium does not include digital – Electronic Sell-Through & VOD – or games). The Harry Potter franchise has grossed more than $12.1 billion for Warner Bros. Entertainment – with $7 billion at the worldwide box office for Warner Bros. Pictures and $5.1 billion for Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.

Source: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment

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Nick Workman: Co-host of Nerd Alert, editor of news, writer of reviews, and lover of all that involves imagination. If he is not on his computer working on We Eat Films or Nerd Alert, you can probably find him in a big comfy chair, sipping a cup of coffee, with his nose deep in a book.

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