New Delhi (ANI): Harry Potter director David Yates has said that the finale of the series adapted from J.K. Rowling"s novels, which is currently being shot, will be the best of the lot.
The finale "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" will be split into two movies. Part one should be out in late 2010 while part two is planned for release in 2011, the China Daily reports. David said: "People are being very kind about what they're seeing in ''Half-Blood Prince'' and I just think you haven''t seen anything yet.
"(Part one) is like a road movie, refugees being chased by all these people who want to kill them. It''s quite intense. "Then the final film is like this big opera, big epic, it''s got more set pieces than any of the others." "It's fights and dragons and battles. It's a real rollercoaster, but with a really oddly uplifting end."
Yates took up the mantle of the helmer from the fifth part of the series. Meanwhile, the new wizard flick 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" is expected to become "one of the year''s two or three top-earning film," according to Variety magazine.