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  Final chapter of Harry Potter written
Updated 27 December 2001, 16.04
Harry, Ron and Hermione
JK Rowling has revealed that she has written the final chapter of the last Harry Potter book.

'More deaths coming'

In an interview that will be broadcast on BBC One this Friday, the author admitted that she knows what's going to happen to all the major characters - including some untimely deaths!

She said: "I basically say what happens to everyone after they leave school, those who survive - because there are deaths, more deaths coming."

Rowling admits that she has already sketched out the plots for the three remaining books.

More romance!

There will be more "boy-girl stuff" in the next books as the characters are now 15.

Harry Potter

In book four, Harry fancied a member of the Quidditch team, but in the next book JKR promises more romance - though probably not between him and Hermione!

The second film is currently being made and is due to be released in the middle of next year.

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