ITALY: Watch David Tennant In Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire On Italia 1 Tonight



The 2005 movie Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire airs tonight on Italia 1 in Italy from 21.10 under the title Harry Potter e il Calice di Fuoco. The film stars Daniel Radcliffe as Harry with Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Robbie Coltrane, Michael Gambon and Maggie Smith among many familiar faces returning for the fourth installment in the film series.  David Tennant appears as Barty Crouch Jr., a Death Eater loyal to Lord Voldemort who has recently escaped from Azkaban to serve his master.

This year Hogwarts is one of three schools of magic competing in the Triwizard Tournament. Harry finds that he has been selected to compete alongside the Hogwarts champion Cedric Diggory (Robert Pattinson). Harry must overcome the dangers of the trials, but there are darker forces at work as Voldemort is determined to return to power. 

Harry Potter e il Calice di Fuoco
Italia 1, 21.10
Nel corso del suo quarto anno a Hogwarts, il giovane mago Harry Potter viene coinvolto suo malgrado nel Torneo Tremaghi, che comporta il superamente di tre pericolose prove. Per la prima volta il Calice di fuoco annuncia che a rappresentare Hogwarts saranno ben due maghi, Cedric e Harry.

Dovrà anche affrontare la sua nemesi, il malvagio Voldemort, determinato a tornare al potere e ad eliminare Harry una volta per tutte...


Thank you to Sabrina for the information.


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