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Paul Nelson, KSL NewsradioSeats are already going fast for "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix." Many midnight showings have already sold-out.
In this movie he's 15, rebels against his teachers and has unexplained fits of rage.
Harry Potter says, "I just feel so angry all of the time."
You could call it Harry Potter and the Curse of Puberty. Megaplex movie buyer Cal Gunderson says they've already sold 90,000 tickets, and they expect to sell the most in the country.
"We average probably double the amounts of people of these big theater conglomerates," he says.
He says people are very excited. "There's lots of people dressed up in their favorite character outfit."
I told Gunderson, "I say we slap on a red wig, and you go as Ron."
"Sounds good," he agreed.
Gunderson says for some reason, people may also come as Captain Jack Sparrow and Spider-man.