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HD Sneak Peek Video Shows More 'Deathly Hallows' Scenes

December 07, 2009 09:30:09 GMT

Harry Potter is seen dancing with Hermione Granger in the full and high-definition preview video of upcoming film 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows'.


HD Sneak Peek Video Shows More 'Deathly Hallows' Scenes
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A day after a bootleg video of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" sneak peek came out, a full and high-definition preview that is included in "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" DVD has been available online. Though the half end of the video is the same with the previously released 55-second snippet, the new clip manages to give a look at more scenes from the upcoming "Harry Potter" film.

In the clip, Daniel Radcliffe is seen filming the part when his character, Harry Potter, is dancing with Emma Watson's Hermione Granger. Then, it also gives a glimpse at the making of the scenes which took place in the woods. Additionally, the preview video features commentaries from some filmmakers, including producer David Heyman and director David Yates.

Based on J.K. Rowling's last "Harry Potter" novel, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" will be made into two movies. "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I" is due for November 19, 2010 release in both U.S. and U.K., whereas "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II" is slated to be premiered on July 15, 2011.

Beside Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson, Rupert Grint will also return to reprise his role as their on-screen best friend, Ron Weasley. Moreover, the forthcoming film also casts Carolyn Pickles as Muggle Studies professor Babbage, and Simon McBurney for the house-elf role.



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posted by WhtsMy[NaM3] on Dec 27, 2010
Just wanted to comment and respond to the person who said Harry was "on the most part on his own"...in the final book Harry doesn't go through the jounrney alone...he had Hermonie &Ron...just saying..
posted by JL on Jun 01, 2010
Okay, you guys just need to relax. HBP was not even close to being a bad movie, and OOTP was excellent. This is just first footage we're seeing here, and who says that's just Ollivander talking there or even if he's talking at all. Everyone knows that trailers contain out of sequence clips and audio that doesn't actually match what you're seeing on screen. Oftentimes, they use footage that won't even appear in the movie. It's a good way to advertise without giving away what you will actually see come the movies theatrical debut.
posted by BIGGESTpotterfan on Dec 12, 2009
from what I saw on the trailers,the filmmakers are losing some of the important parts af the book. I mean, Olivander telling harry about the Deathly Hollows, Poppicok. what about them finding about Luna and the fiasco at the lovegood house. in my opinion, that is an important part in the book. I wish they would do most of the movie like the book, I mean, what about the sixth book and movie. they mostly did the story around the end of the book.they hardly told about the little love story with jinny. those parts were so romantic!!! I still cant wait for these movies. they will be AMAZING!
posted by .. on Dec 10, 2009
you need to chillax, kay? just cos david yates didnt do as well with hbp, doesnt mean it was just him.. alot of ppl had to contribute ideas, and clearly, they thought it was pretty good. i think so too, but i know it could've been better. but hey, it aint like you can do better, what with all the pressure and the budget and trying to put everyones ideas together in one movie.
posted by Kumar on Dec 08, 2009
Well, David Yates has officially proven that he was the absolute WRONG choice to end the series. Not only did he not understand that "The Half Blood Prince" was not a story of teenage hormones or even really about Harry, but that it was the story of Voldemort, and how he became the man who ended up killing Harry's parents and seeking to rule the world of magic, but now it appears he's taking all the liberties in the world and changing the story to his own, rather than being as true to the book, and its millions upon millions of fans. Simply showing in the first glimpse of the new movies, that it is Ollivander who gives him information about the Hallows is TOTALLY AND COMPLETELY WRONG! When asked in the book, Ollivander only knows about the wand, and nothing else(being a wandmaker and all), in fact, he's completely clueless about what those words even mean when asked by Harry. Apparently, like with it's predecessor, he is completely oblivious that the journey that Harry goes through in the final book is one that he does, for the most part, on his own, and that by the end, he is the only one who really understands everything he is supposed to, and uses that information to beat Voldemort in the end... What a tool...

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