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Please do not post in this thread. Those who want to discuss the Deathly Hallows movie(s) can do so in the "Deathly Hallows Movie(s): News (With Spoilers) v.5" and "Deathly Hallows Movie(s): Speculation [No Spoilers Allowed]" threads. If you have any info that we have not included, please feel free to send us an owl. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Plot:    


  After the tragic death of Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter has to fulfill the impossible task that Dumbledore has left him: he has to destroy each Horcrux that keeps Voldemort alive. But while Harry waits for the Order of the Phoenix to escort him away safely, Voldemort and his Death Eaters are preparing a huge take-over of the entire Wizarding World. Not wanting to abandon Harry in these dark and difficult times, Harry’s friends Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger decide to join him in his search for the remaining Horcruxes.  



Crew:    


  
  • Director: David Yates
  • Producers: David Heyman/David Barron
  • Screenplay: Steve Kloves
  • Cinematographer: Eduardo Serra
  • Composer: Alexandre Desplat (HP and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 & 2)[source][source]

  



Cast:    


  

Official Warner Brothers cast list for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I.
WB DH 1 Cast List:    


    




Updated October 4, 2010


The Trio:    


  
Harry Potter – Daniel Radcliffe
Ron Weasley – Rupert Grint
Hermione Granger – Emma Watson
  



The Order of the Phoenix:    


  

Aberforth Dumbledore - Ciaran Hinds
Albus Dumbledore – Michael Gambon
Sirius Black - Gary Oldman
Remus Lupin – David Thewlis
Arthur Weasley – Mark Williams
Molly Weasley – Julie Walters
Alastor Moody – Brendan Gleeson
Nymphadora Tonks – Natalia Tena
Fred Weasley – James Phelps
George Weasley – Oliver Phelps
Bill Weasley - Domnhall Gleeson
Fleur Delacour - Clémence Poésy
Mundungus Fletcher – Andy Linden
  



Hogwarts:    


  

Minerva McGonnagol – Maggie Smith
Rubeus Hagrid – Robbie Coltrane
Ponoma Sprout – Miriam Margoyles
Severus Snape – Alan Rickman
Filius Flitwick – Warwick Davis
Horace Slughorn - Jim Broadbent
Sybill Trelawney - Emma Thompson
Madame Pomfrey - Gemma Jones
Neville Longbottom – Matthew Lewis
Ginny Weasley - Bonnie Wright
Luna Lovegood - Evanna Lynch
Draco Malfoy – Tom Felton
Gregory Goyle - Joshua Herdman
Blaise Zabini - Louis Cordice
Seamus Finnegan - Devon Murray
Lavender Brown - Jessie Cave
Cho Chang - Katie Leung
Padma Patil - Afshan Azad

  



Dark Wizards:    


  

Lord Voldemort – Ralph Fiennes
Bellatrix Lestrange – Helena Bonham Carter
Peter Pettigrew – Timothy Spall
Lucius Malfoy – Jason Isaacs
Narcissa Malfoy – Helen McCrory
Fenrir Greyback – Dave Legeno
Yaxley - Peter Mullan
Amycus Carrow - Ralph Ineson
Alecto Carrow - Suzie Toase
Scabior - Nick Moran
Death Eaters - Paul Khanna and Jon Campling[source]
Snatcher - Adam Brashaw [source]

  



Muggles:    


  

Vernon Dursley – Richard Griffiths
Petunia Dursley – Fiona Shaw
Dudley Dursley - Harry Melling
Mrs. Granger - Michella Fairley
Mr. Granger - Ian Kelly

  



Miscellaneous:    


  

Rufus Scrimgeour - Bill Nighy
Lily Potter – Geraldine Sommerville
James Potter - Adrian Rawlins
Dobby – Toby Jones
Kreacher - Simon McBurney
Griphook - Warwick Davis
Dolores Umbridge - Imelda Staunton
Pius Thicknesse - Guy Henry
Reg Cattermole – Steffan Rhodi
Albert Runcorn - David O'Hara
Thorfinn Rowle - Rod Hunt
Elphias Doge - David Ryall
Gabrielle Delacour - Angelica Mandy
Viktor Krum - Stanislav Ianevski
Xenophilius Lovegood – Ryhs Ifans
Young Dumbledore - Toby Regbo
Gellert Grindelwald – Jamie Campbell Bower
Bathilda Bagshot – Hazel Douglas
Ollivander – John Hurt
Madame Maxime - Frances de la Tour
Rita Skeeter - Miranda Richardson
Gregorovitch -Rade Serbedzija
Charlie Weasley - Alex Crockford
Percy Weasley - Chris Rankin
Aunt Muriel - Matyelok Gibbs
Augusta Longbottom - Ninette Finch
James Sirius Potter - Will Dunn
Albus Severus Potter - Arthur Bowen
Hugo Weasley - Ryan Turner
Teddy Lupin - Luke Newberry
Child Lily Evans - Ellie Darcey-Alden
Child Sirius Black - Rohan Gotobed
Mafalda Hopkirk - Sophie Thompson
Charity Burbage - Carolyn Pickles
Scary Face – Martin Ballantyne [source]
Unknown – Pete Perry [source]
Unknown – Louise Walpole [source]
Coffee Customer – Jeanie Gold [source]

  



  



Split, Release Dates, General Comments:    


  
Release Dates

It was announced by Warner Bros and David Yates that the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows will be made into two separate movies. The films are set to hit theaters on:

Release DatesUS and UK
  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 - November 19, 2010 [source]
  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 - July 15, 2011 [source]





Why the Split?
  • In an interview with Vanity Fair, director David Yates explained why the last book will be made into two films:
    Quote:
    Why did you and Warners decide to split the last installment, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows into two parts?

    Three reasons. One is it’s a huge book so there’s so much stuff in it. You go through the list of things you want to put in the movie and there’s so many huge set pieces that by the time you get to the end of it you kind of go, “Whoa this would be the most expensive movie of all time.” Far more expensive than any conventional blockbuster. You have to find a way of somehow keeping all the things you want to do, so it is easy to split it across two films. [Screenwriter] Steve Kloves was working on the adaptation as we were shooting Half-Blood Prince and he just rounded us up and said, “Look guys I am having a real problem stuffing this story into two-and-a-half hours. I think narratively this might suit two parts.” There was that. I get frustrated when fans say, ‘Why didn’t you put this in or put that in?’ So it was a combination of the adaptation process and the fact that I just want to give the audience everything we can from the book, basically.
  • The films will be shot back to back over a course of 54 weeks. Filming officially started on February 15, 2009. Both movies will probably be two and a half hours each. [source].

Splitting Point
  • According to another interview with David Heyman, the split will be ''An Emotional and Very Truthful" break of the two films.
  • In an interview with The Los Angeles Times, director David Yates hinted to where the split might be:
    Quote:
    "We're here in the forest, we've just finished the scene where Harry, Hermione and Ron are captured by the Snatchers after being chased through the woods. The Snatchers are brutal and scary but they aren't the most intelligent of creatures.They're trying to figure out exactly who it is they've caught."

    ...

    I asked Yates if he had decided on the splitting point -- the juncture at which the seventh film will stop.

    "Yes, I think we have," he said. "Things can change when you edit, of course, but the idea now is that it will be not long after the sequence that we are filming here today. That's what we're experimenting with. We've had three or four different ideas about where to cut off the seventh film. Traditionally, the movies have ended with a death or a bereavement, some sort of passage or arrival. This time we think we will end with more a cliffhanger. Again, though, that's the thought as of this moment."
  • In a recent interview, Joshua Herdman, the actor who plays Gregory Goyle, said that the current plan was to split Deathly Hallows just after the trio are captured by the Snatchers and right before they are taken to Malfoy Manor. Many fans had speculated this is where the split would be, as it will provide quite a cliffhanger between films. Please note that - while this may be the current plan - the director and producers have made it clear that they could very well change where they had been thinking of splitting it if they thought a different point worked better after filming was complete.[source]
  • Producer David Heyman was asked about the splitting point in an interview with Empire Magazine. Here's what he had to say:
    Quote:
    Well that's interesting. We've played around with a couple of places, and ultimately settled on a place that we think is very exciting, and I think quite bold, in that it's not necessarily where one might expect. But I don't want to reveal where it is. You want to give a sense of completion, on the one hand, but a sense that there's another piece, more to come. So yeah we tried one and then Steve [Kloves] came up with the idea to try it another way, and when we tried that, it felt just right.
    [scan of interview]
  • In an interview with Mugglecast, producer David Heyman spoke about the splitting point.

    Quote:
    The script was written with an end in mind. The first draft was written with one ending and then as we developed it it went to another ending and then we reverted in part to the original ending because we felt that it allowed us a more emotional conclusion. I felt like it was more complete as it were but we've added this other scene which i think is really amazing. I can't tell you where the break is, i'm sorry, but i do feel that it'll be incredibly dramatic, very moving and will make people want to watch the next film.

    We've seen Part 1 three times in the most rough form since we've finished shooting and things become clear to you when you read it in the script. Things become clear when you see it in a cut version of the film. It became clear when we looked at the first cut that the ending wasn't quite what we wanted it or we thought it could be better and i think we've ended up in a much much better place.
  • The split point was revealed in a preview piece of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in Entertainment Weekly.
    Quote:
    Part 1, by the way, will end at about Chapter 24 of the book, with Voldemort gaining possession of the Elder wand, one of the three Deathly Hallows that allow the bearer to conquer death.

General Comments

David Yates

On Deathly Hallows: Part 1:
  • Yates called Part I a road film, saying it was dynamic, adrenalised, and visceral. He continued, “It’s a refugee story about three kids cut off from everything they know and everybody they love, being pursued relentlessly by people who want to murder them.”

On Deathly Hallows: Part 2:
  • “A big opera, a great big epic, with huge battles.”


Steven Kloves

On the split:
  • Screenwriter Steven Kloves gave a bit of a hint about the split, saying it was the most sound creative decision on where the split occurs. He also stated that the split will give a proper send-off to certain characters, “It should allow us to stretch a bit with the characters and give them the proper send-off.”



Jason Isaacs

On the transition from book to film:
  • "This franchise goes out in an epic way," he concluded. "I think the end of the films will be a fantastically cinematic and visual feast and it will more than satisfy the readers of the books, but what you won't get is the book on screen. You will get something more and different."



3D
  • Two reliable sources in Nikki Finke and The Hollywood Reporter have reported that Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 will be shown in 3D. This has now been confirmed by Warner Brothers.

    Quote:
    Additional titles in 2010 that will be released in 3D (in addition to 2D) include Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore (July), Guardians of Ga’Hoole (September), and Harry Potter and Deathly Hallows, Part 1 (November) -- and I'm told Part II as well at a later date

    Said Dan Fellman, President, Domestic Distribution, Warner Bros Pictures, in the announcement, “We are experienced and have been successful in the conversion of 2D to 3D going back to such hits as The Polar Express, select scenes in Superman Returns and the last two Harry Potter films.” Fellman continued, “The results for Clash of the Titans will be presented onscreen with the highest-quality images available today.”

    Jeff Robinov, President, Warner Bros Picture Group, said, “We’re excited about 3D and look forward to bringing a rich, involving visual experience to audiences around the world.”
    [source]
  • Part 1 will not be released in 3D:

    Quote:
    "Despite everyone's best efforts, we were unable to convert the film in its entirety and meet the highest standards of quality. We do not want to disappoint fans who have long-anticipated the conclusion of this extraordinary journey, and to that end, we are releasing our film day-and-date on November 19, 2010 as planned. We, in alignment with our filmmakers, believe this is the best course to take in order to ensure that our audiences enjoy the consummate 'Harry Potter' experience.

    Producer David Heyman said, "For 10 years, we have worked alongside Alan Horn and the studio, whose priority has always been to preserve the integrity of Jo Rowling's books as we have adapted them to the screen, and this decision reflects that commitment."

    Director David Yates continued, "This decision, which we completely support, underscores the fact that Warner Bros. has always put quality first."

    As scheduled, on July 15, 2011, we will deliver to conventional and IMAX theaters our final installment of the film franchise, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2," in both 2D and 3D formats.

  




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Chapter: 1-3 - on 6 November 2010 updated Chapter 1

The following information is sorted by chapter:


Chapter 2: In Memoriam:    


  

Spoilers on the Scrmigeour at the Ministry Scene from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a review from Edward of the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of Scrmigeour speaking to the reporters at the Ministry.
    Quote:
    The film opens on the Minister of Magic speaking to the press, promising the wizarding public safety and protection of their liberties.
  • There was a review from YuraGammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of the opening scenes of the film.
    Quote:
    The movie opens with an extreme closeup of Rufus Scrimgeour (Minister of Magic) as he's giving a very haunting press conference about all the dangers and horror going around in the wizarding world. The scene zooms out as it turns into a picture in a newspaper.
  • There was an interview from Edward on Pottercast about the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of the press conference at the Ministry.
    Quote:
    Some things that jump out at me. It starts with a very ominous opening with just Rufus Scrimgeour's eyes, like a letter box shot of his eyes and he's holding a press conference for the wizard press. He's talking about how the wizarding people, he will and the ministry, will defend their liberty and protect them from the evil that the death eater and the dark forces are trying to take from them in this world. I thought that that was a really, very ominous opening for the film which really lead into the entire film really following through with this sort of dark, dank, gray, overcast, feeling and color scheme and just overall look. Which I think really sets off the overall danger that the world is facing in that time and how real, how evil is essentially around every corner and lurking behind you as well.


  


Scrimgeour at Ministry
  • There were head shots released, of interest was a shot of Rufus Scrimgeour, the Minister of Magic.
Photo of Rufus Scrmigeour:    


    


  • In a report by comingsoon from the ShoWest Convention is a mention of the Ministry. [source]
    Quote:
    The Ministry of Magic is clearly falling apart and they seem to be after our heroes as well, but as someone who hasn't read the book, it wasn't clear whether the Ministry were working with Voldemort to catch Harry or whether they had their own agenda. We see a bit of Bill Nighy as Rufus Scrimgeour looking very fierce.
  • We have heard of a scene with Bill Nighy as Rufus Scrimgeour where he makes a speech regarding 'dark times ahead.' It says this will take place at the Ministry with fifteen photographers and a crowd of up to fifty plus worried and anxious employees...we also understand Bill worked on one of the blue screen stages for photographs to be included in the Daily Prophet. It may be that Rufus Scrimgeour as the Minister of Magic will convey some of the information given to us in this chapter. [source]
  • Actor Jason Isaacs mentions stealing Daily Prohpets written by Rita Skeeter from the set.
  • A sneak peek for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on the Blue-ray and 2 disc DVD releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince. Of note is footage of the eyes of Bill Nighy as Rufus Scrimgeour and him standing in front of reporters at the Ministry of Magic. [video]
Screencaps of Rufus Scrimgeour the Minister of Magic:    


  

  


  • The audio from the footage at the San Diego Comic Con was released, of interest is a bit of the speech that Scrmigeour gives to the reporters at the Ministry of Magic.
    Quote:
    Our world has faced no greater threat then it does today, but your ministry remains strong!
  • In a podcast by leaky cauldron and mugglenet about the Deathly Hallows footage from the San Diego Comic Con is a mention of the scene with Rufus Scrimgeour at the Ministry of Magic where he speaks to the reporters. [audio]
    Quote:
    We got our first look at Rufus Scrimgeour.

    Quick, but I don't know why it effected me some much. You see sort of from his forehead down and he says 'the Ministry's in control' or whatever. Just the political turmoil of the world has gotten to him and the very gritty realistic way they filmed it. It's got that ominous feeling. The last dregs of a government trying to keep control on it's people and losing. I though heightened the drama.

    'Your Ministry remains strong'. That's what Scrimgeour says. You can tell it's such a lie.

    But I really do think that some of the stuff, the clips, are actually awesome like the press conference that Scrimgeour held. It really got my emotion up for something I wasn't expecting.
  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest are shots of Scrimgeour speaking to the reporters and employees at the Ministry of Magic. He says: 'These are dark times there is no denying. Our world has faced no greater threat then it does today.' [video]
Screenshots of Scrimgeour speaking at the Ministry of Magic:    


  



  




  



Chapter 3: The Dursleys Departing:    


  

Spoilers on the Trio at their homes from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of the Dursleys just being shown to leave.
    Quote:
    The Dursleys do appear! But very, very briefly in the very start of the film. Harry watches them pack up the car before the Order comes.
  • There was an interview from Edward on Pottercast about the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is mention of the Dursleys departing.
    Quote:
    Dursleys or no Dursleys? We see like the back of their heads and we see Petunia sitting in the car. It's actually in that first scene from the logo to the title. We see Hermione at her parents house, Ron, Ginny, and Mrs. Weasley standing in the fully reconstructed Weasley house, and we see Harry watching from the window as the Dursleys pack up their car and leave. There is a little bit of dialogue between Vernon and Dudley saying, 'Why are we leaving, dad?' 'Well Harry doesn't want to come with.' That's really all we see of the Dursleys. Them packing up their car. Petunia sitting in the front seat of the car looking conflicted and confused and scared and that's it.
  • There was a questions and answer session given by yuragammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest are answers on the Dursleys departing and Hermione modifying her parent's memories.
    Quote:
    Do the Dursleys have any lines? Is it a proper farewell for them? They have a few lines. Dudley asks why Harry's not coming and Uncle Vernon just yells that it's because he doesn't want to. They’re in there more than they were in some of the other ones, but nothing special.

    Is there any dialogue during Hermione hexing her parents? Just her parents watching a documentary about Australia and how much they'd like to go there. It's in the background while we see Hermione struggle with what she's about to do.
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of the trio saying goodbye to their homes.
    Quote:
    This leads into a sequence which shows Harry, Ron, and Hermione at their respective homes, preparing for the journey ahead. Harry watches the Dursleys go, Ron and the Weasley's prepare themselves emotionally for the coming months, and Hermione performs the obliviate spell on her parents. In a very sad realization for both Hermione and the audience as photos of the family on the walls and mantelpieces are wiped of Hermione's presence as the spell takes effect. She then walks from their house and down the empty street away from the former home of Wendel and Monica Wilkins.
  • There was a review from YuraGammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of the opening scenes of the film.
    Quote:
    We see the Dursleys packing up, leaving Harry behind, and their house in Privet Drive completely empty. There's another scene that starts out with Hermione looking worried in her bedroom. The filmmakers then decided to show Hermione hexing her parents to forget their current lives and move to Australia. After she does this, she also makes all images of her disappear from the pictures in their house. This scene was very well done and was one of my favorites in the whole movie. It was very effective because it quietly communicated the dread wizards were feeling due to Voldemort. There's a shot in the trailer of Hermione walking towards what looks like a church. She's not really heading there. It's just part of a shot of her walking down her street, as the camera pans up to reveal the titles.
  • There was an interview from Edward on Pottercast about the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest are details on the opening scenes of the trio at their homes.
    Quote:
    At what point do we get the WB logo, the big title? Well the film opens with a big rusty WB logo that's the first scene. Then we basically see a bit of a montage of the trio, Harry, Ron, and Hermione, in their home lives before they all set off on the journey.

    Hermione. I was quite impressed by the acting of all three, of Dan, Rupert, and Emma. There are particular moments especially in this first opening montage with Hermione. It starts out in her room which is that one photo that we saw and then she goes down into her living room where her parents are sitting having tea. This very nice sort of clean, contemporary like homey, house. You see her just torn as she slowly raises her wand and points it at them and she does the obliviate spell. There is a shot of that and their eyes sort of go blank. One of the most perhaps for me emotionally charged moments where they show photos on the mantelpiece and as she is casting that spell Hermione is disappearing from those photos.

    She comes downstairs and points her wand, do they react? No, their backs are towards her. Do you see their faces in full? Yes. She points the wand and you can see her standing from behind and their faces just go blank. Are they old? Middle aged. Late forties. Having Hermione fade away from all the pictures in the room. Like a picture of her dad and Hermione in front and she just fades away so it's just him there and then she goes out of the house and is walking down the road.

    Is it obliviate? Does she say obliviate? No. She's not saying anything, but the majority of spellwork in this film was wordless. They were just pointing and shooting and firing.
    In the film the scene with Hermione modifying her parents memory will be shown as it is happening in time before the Seven Potters scene and not simply be discussed later on at the burrow, therefore it has been added to this chapter where Harry watches his family leave because this is where it will be shown in the film.



  


Dursleys Leave Privet Drive
  • This chapter will appear in the film because both Richard Griffiths and Fiona Shaw reprise their roles of Vernon and Petunia Dursley and this is the only chapter in which those characters actually appear.
  • It has also been confirmed that Harry Melling will return as Dudley Dursley who also only appears in this chapter.
  • TV Spot 11 was released on television, of interest is Harry looking out the window at Privet drive. [video]
Screencap of Harry looking out the window in his bedroom:    


    


Mirror Shard
  • Photos were released, of interest is one of Harry looking into the mirror shard in what looks to be his bedroom at Privet Drive. Notice what looks to be Aberforth's eye in the reflection.
Photo of Harry looking into the mirror shard:    


    


  • There was a photo taken during the filming at Shell Cottage on location at Pembrokeshire, Wales which looks like the mirror shard Harry kept that was a piece from a broken mirror that was given as a gift to Harry by his godfather Sirius Black. The mirror was not introduced in the film Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoneix so it may need some explanation. The mirror shard is used to send for help when Harry and Ron are trapped in the cellar of Malfoy Manor.

    It also looks like Harry is holding what could be the mirror while on the hill with Ron as they wait to disapparate to Gringotts bank.
Photos of Harry holding the mirror shard:    


  



  


  • A sneak peek for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on the Blue-ray and 2 disc DVD releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince. Of interest is footage of Harry sitting near the base of a tree holding the mirror shard. [video]
Screencap of Harry holding the mirror shard:    


    


Wizarding Pamphlets
  • There were two pamphlets released.
Shots of two wizarding pamphlets:    


  

  


The Weasleys at the Burrow
  • Promotional photos were released, of interest is one of Ron speaking to his dad. The caption is: 'Mr Weasley tells Ron he thinks he is being watched by the Ministry of Magic'.
Photos of Ron speaking to Arthur:    


    


  • On a 2011 Harry Potter Calendar we see a photo of Ron speaking to his father in his garage.
Photo of Ron and Arthur in Arthur's garage at the burrow:    


  

  


  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest is a shot of Ron standing outside the burrow the morning before the Seven Potters scene. [video]
Screencap of Ron at the Burrow:    


    


Hermione Modifies Parents Memories
  • Actor Ian Kelly has been cast as Hermione's father. In related news Michelle Fairley has been cast as a muggle dentist Hermione's mother.
  • Actor Ian Kelly who will be playing Hermione Granger's dad in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows commented on his role in an interview by BBC Radio.
    Quote:
    I love Harry Potter. You know I can't tell you much about it. They'll send 'round the men they have from Hogwarts. I play Hermione's dad and it's quite similar to what goes on in the book.
    While Hermione's dad is not actually in the book, Hermione discuses modifying her parent's memories and sending them to hide in Australia in order to protect them. This suggests that there may be a scene shown much like this in the film.
  • A photo was released of Hermione in her bedroom holding the beaded bag and her wand.
Photo of Hermione in her bedroom:    


    


  • The first look at a series of interior pages from the Harry Potter Film Wizardry book. Of note is a photo of Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) in her bedroom at her house. [text]
    Quote:
    When Emma Watson first looked at the set for Hermione Granger's bedroom in Deathly Hallows 1, she told the set decorator Stephenie McMillan emphatically that there should be 'more books'.

    After six Harry Potter films, Emma understands Hermione and the importance she places on reading and learning. 'I know this character inside and out!' she laughs. 'I've been playing her for so long, I feel like intuitively I know what she'd want. She's this voracious reader...so I requested more books.'
Photo of Hermione in her bedroom:    


    


  • There were photos released, of interest is one of Hermione in her bedroom.
Hermione picking up her coat:    


    


  • Promotional shots were released, of interest is a shot of Hermione with her wand raised. Her parents are sitting in the couch where she will modify their memories to make them forget her.
Photo of Hermione and her parents:    


    


  • Actor Emma Watson (Hermione Ganger) walking alone at Green Park, London. It is thought this is an added scene showing Hermione's departure from home after modifying her parents memories. [photos]
Photo of Hermione Granger visibly upset, alone, carrying the beaded bag:    


  
  


  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is a shot of Hermione alone, walking, carrying the beaded bag. [video]
Screencap of Hermione walking alone carrying the beaded bag:    


    




  



Chapter 1: The Dark Lord Ascending:    


  

Spoilers on the Dark Lord Ascending from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of the character of Lucius Malfoy.
    Quote:
    Jason Isaacs brings the character of Lucius Malfoy to new levels as an unshaven, groveling creature before Voldemort.
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of the dark lord ascending.
    Quote:
    We are then transported to Malfoy Manor, where Snape walks through the iron gates of the towering estate and through the house to the Death Eater meeting. Charity Burbage's tortured body looms over the Death Eaters throughout the scene, which adds an extra level of creepy to the whole scene. As I said above, Isaacs gives a stunning performance which plays so well with Fiennes, who lets Voldemort toy with Malfoy, snapping the silver handle off Malfoy's wand and throwing the broken piece on the table.
  • There was a review from YuraGammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of the dark lord ascending.
    Quote:
    If I recall correctly, we then see a shot of Snape arriving at Malfoy Manor, where there's a very chilling sequence of Voldemort explaining to the death eaters about the shared core between his wand and Harry's. The Hogwarts teacher who had been captured and tortured can be seen floating above the table throughout the whole scene. We also get a very intense exchange between Voldemort and Lucius Malfoy, when Voldemort asks for his wand in order to be able to kill Harry. The actor who portrays Lucius does a good job of selling the internal humiliation Lucius feels as his wand is taken away. Then Voldemort brings the teacher forwards, and shortly after she pleads for Severus' help, she is killed.
  • There was an interview from Edward on Pottercast about the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is the dark lord ascending scene at Malfoy Manor.
    Quote:
    Was there a peacock? Yes. That was a real peacock. That was there and just throughout the entire shot you could see Charity Burbage suspended from the ceiling just hovering over that table. There was this point at the end of Voldemort's speech which was very true to the book, he takes Lucius' wand which he confiscates from him and snaps of the silver handle and throws it on the table.

    No. The little snake head? Yes. He does. The entire dynamic and the play between Lucius and Voldemort in this film. Draco is kind of defeated. He lost his will to be powerful and stand up and fight for the death eaters. Charity Burbage is hovered over the table and he [Voldemort] kills her and she thumps down on the table and Nagini slides up on the table in the final shot at the end of that scene, the snake coming toward you and the camera and the mouth like opening and hissing. More then a few people including myself jumped at that point.
  • There are tweets from Gabbytwitter on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of the snake coming at Charity Burbage during the dark lord ascending scene.
    Quote:
    'Dinner, Nagini' happens in the beginning.

    You see Nagini at the meeting and you do see it head toward Burbage to eat her.


  


  • Actor Carolyn Pickles was cast as Muggle Studies professor Charity Burbage whom, if you remember from the book, is murdered by Voldemort in the opening scene.
  • Actor Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) said in an interview that he would be filming with Ralph Fiennes (Voldemort), Helen McCrory (Narcissa Malfoy), Jason Isaac (Lucius Malfoy), and Helena Bonham Carter (Bellatrix Lestrange) in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows at Malfoy Manor.
  • Actor Jason Isaacs (Lucius Malfoy) discusses his character from Deathly Hallows:
    Quote:
    One of the lovely things about these two films is Lucius has gone from the most evil man in the series to being utterly humiliated and emasculated by Lord Voldemort. He's reduced to little more than the man who rushes around with a dishcloth clearing up the spills. It's nice to have that kind of journey as a character and see him get the comeuppance he so richly deserves.
  • Actor Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) mentioned Ralph Fiennes (Voldemort) giving evil speeches.
    Quote:
    I've never worked with Ralph (Voldemort) one-on-one [until recently], Alan Rickman was there and several dark presences so it was very daunting and there are some horrifically evil speeches. There's a lot to look forward to, definitely.
Malfoy Manor During Dark Lord Ascending
  • There were photos released, of interest is a shot of Lucius Malfoy.
Photo of Lucius Malfoy:    


    


  • There were photos released, of interest is a behind the scenes image of director David Yates during the dark lord ascending scene.
Photo of David Yates during filming of the dark lord ascending:    


    


  • A photo from HP4U of the inside of Malfoy Manor.
Photo of the inside of Malfoy Manor:    


    


Snape and Others at the Gates
  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest are shots of the gates of Malfoy Manor. There is also a shot of Snape seeming to cast a spell near the gates possible to gain entrance into Malfoy Manor. [video]
Screencaps of Malfoy Manor and of Snape:    


  

  


  • There was a trailer shown during the Scream Awards, of interest are shots of Snape passing through the gate at Malfoy Manor. [video]
Screenshots of Snape and Malfoy Manor:    


  





  


  • In TV spot 2, of interest is a shot of Snape with the gate behind him. [video]
Screencap of Snape:    


    


The Meeting at Malfoy Manor
  • The first tv spot of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest is a shot of Voldemort sitting down at the table at Malfoy Manor. [video]
Screencap of Voldemort sitting down at the table at Malfoy Manor:    


    


  • Promotional shots were released, of interest is one of Snape in Malfoy Manor on the stairs which look to also be behind Voldemort when he is seated at the table.
Photo of Snape on the stairs at Malfoy Manor:    


    


  • In TV spot 4, of interest is a shot of Snape entering the meeting at Malfoy Manor. Notice in the left top of the shot what looks to be Charity Burbage suspended upside down at the end of the table. [video]
Screencap of Snape entering the meeting:    


    


  • On a 2011 Harry Potter Calendar we see a photo of Snape and Draco at Malfoy Manor.
Photo of Snape and of Draco seated at the table at Malfoy Manor:    


  

  


  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest is a shot of Snape sitting at the table looking at Voldemort saying: 'We have infiltrated the ministry'. [video]
Screenshot of Snape speaking to Voldemort:    


    

  • A shot of Voldemort speaking saying: 'I must be the one to kill Harry Potter.'
Screenshot of Voldemort sitting at the table:    


    


  • In an article from Entertainment Weekly there is a shot of the dark side at Malfoy Manor. From right to left we have Bellatrix Lestrange (Helena Bonham Carter), Narcissa Malfoy (Helen McCrory), Lucius Malfoy (Jason Isaac), and Draco Malfoy (Tom Felton) . Also of note two down from Draco is what looks like Peter Mullan who plays the death eater Yaxley. The person to the right of Bellatrix looks somewhat like Albert Runcorn (David O'hara). Needs Confirmation.
Photo of the bad guys during the Dark Lord Ascending scene:    


    


  • Actor Jason Issacs remarks that his character Lucius Malfoy loses his wand in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. In the book Lord Voldemort asks to borrow Lucius' wand in an attempt to thwart the connection between Harry and himself after finding out that their wands share twin cores.
  • A teaser trailer of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was shown at the MTV awards, of interest is dialogue by Voldemort where he says 'Bring him to me. I must be the one to kill Harry Potter.' This dialogue most likely takes place during the discussion at Malfoy Manor about trying to capture Harry when he is moved from Privet Drive to the Burrow. [video]
  • The audio of the footage at the San Diego Comic Con was released, of interest is Voldemort and Snape discussing Harry being moved from Privet drive.
    Quote:
    VOLDEMORT: 'Where we he be taking the boy?'

    SNAPE: 'To a safe house. I'm told that it's been given every manner of protection possible. Once there it will be impractical to attack him.'

    VOLDEMORT: 'We can agree. I must be the one to kill Harry Potter.'
  • In a report by comingsoon from the ShoWest Convention is another mention of the discussion between the death eaters. [source]
    Quote:
    That sets up the footage which makes it clear that the last two movies are going to be about the final showdown between the two long-time nemeses, and much of what we saw involved Voldemort plotting with his death eaters how he was going to capture Harry Potter and how he wants to be the one to kill him when they do.
  • In a podcast by leaky cauldron and mugglenet about the Deathly Hallows footage from the San Diego Comic Con is a mention of the scenes at Malfoy Manor where the dark side discusses Harry being moved from Privet Drive to the Burrow. [audio]
    Quote:
    We saw the big meeting with Voldemort and the death eaters in Malfoy Manor.

    Oh, the table. It's like blue washed. It's like a light blue sort of wash on the coloring and everything's marble and very cold. You just know what you're looking at right away.

    And a lot of people there. There is a big group. We saw that scene a couple times and we see Snape walk in at one point and confront Voldemort.

    And he sits down and he's talking to him. He said 'They'll be moving him at his birthday, to attack him after that would be impractical.' Already it's more from Snape then we've seen.

    And to see him working with Voldemort, Ralph Fiennes, that was very cool. And I was saying earlier some of my favorite scenes in the series are when it's the adult actors working together doing scenes one on one. So that was very cool.

    The Malfoy Manor stuff is just sticking with me. Snape sitting there talking to Voldemort that was just...he's like leaning forward in his chair and Voldemort just looks like the cat that ate the freaking canary. He's just so happy. He's got this information about...you know.
  • Photos were released, of interest is one of Draco sitting at the table looking up supposedly at Charity Burbage.
Photo of Draco looking up:    


    


Nagini Comes Towards Charity Burbage
  • In TV spot 9, of interest is a shot of Voldemort sending Nagini. He says 'Nagini, dinner'. Also notice that Voldemort is holding Lucius' wand and that Voldemort's wand is laying on the table. [video]
Screencap of Voldemort sending Nagini:    


    


  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest are shots of Voldemort with a big smile on his face shooting the killing curse at Charity Burbage, the muggle studies professor, and then of Voldemort sending the snake at her. [video]
Screenshots of Voldemort and the snake:    


  

  


  • The first tv spot of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest was shots of the snake Nagini slithering down the table on her way towards Charity Burbage, the muggle studies professor that Voldemort kills in the opening chapter. Notice Draco, Lucius, Narcissa, Bellatrix, Snape, and Voldemort behind the snake sitting around the table. [video]
Screencap of Nagnini slithering down the table:    


  

  


  • There were mini clips released, of interest is one of the snake slithering across the table towards Charity Burbage. [video]

There is an inconsistency between the report and the test screening. Harry is not moved from Privet Drive on his birthday, but rather the day before his birthday. The trio arrive at the burrow and only remain there the evening of their arrival through the next day so only about 24 hours. The wedding will take place on Harry's birthday the next day after his arrival therefore Harry is moved the day before his birthday.



  




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Chapters 4-5 5/Nov/10 update ch. 4 & 5

Chapter 4: The Seven Potters:    


  
Spoilers on the Polyjuice Scene and the Seven Potters battle from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • In comments by Dylan who was at the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows we have a description of the everyone changing into the seven potters.
    Quote:
    We then cut to Harry waiting for the Order of the Phoenix to arrive. One of the things that I was very impressed with in the movie was how despite it being the darkest Harry Potter movie of all, it also had a lot of light hearted humorous parts. The seven Harrys scene is one of the best examples of this. As we see the decoys taking the polyjuice potion, the camera pans 360 degrees around the real Harry seeing all of them transforming. After, when they are changing, there's a very funny moment when they're all commenting on Harry's eyesight, and Fleur comments how hideous she is as she takes of her bra. The sight gag of Dan Radcliffe taking off a bra got a lot of laughs from the audience.

    The scene plays out pretty much like the book, with the big exception of Harry and Lupin not having the heated argument they have in the book. In fact, Tonks' pregnancy is brushed aside. It was a little frustrating if you've read the book, because they didn't just omitted it, but literally brushed it aside: just as Tonks is about to make her announcement, Mad-Eye pushes her aside and discusses how important it is to move Harry. Mundungus Fletcher is briefly introduced without much background in this scene, though it is established that he's forced to be there and that he's a sketchy character.
  • There are tweets from Gabbytwitter on the test screening of Deathly Hallows Of interest is a description of Tonks and Lupin at the seven potters scene.
    Quote:
    Lupin and Tonks were only in a couple scenes. You know they are together and she begins to announce that she's pregnant but never gets to finish because they need to get Harry out of the Dursley house. When they arrive at the Weasley's, Lupin pulls his wand on Harry and questions him to make sure its the real Harry.
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is a meniton of the Seven Potters scene.
    Quote:
    The Seven Potters scene was nearly complete in this cut. The transformation takes place in a single 360 degree camera shot, with each character transforming into Harry in their own unique way. Fred and George shrink about a foot, Mundungus grows about a foot, and Fleur gets Harry's eyebrows as the first thing on her body to change. When the Seven Potters are waking around the room in their original character's clothes, they are distinguished by their original voices and mannerisms. They then strip to change into Harry's outfit. The production went all out here- even having Fluer's Harry take off a white, lacy bra in order to change clothes. Once in the air, we see the Death Eaters dive on the Order like bats, swooping in casting spells and curses. Death Eaters take Harry and Hagrid on a chase down the highway, diving in between cars, and even doing a flip around a tunnel ceiling.

    As for Hedwig: she does die. In a change from the book, Harry lets Hedwig fly away before the Order leaves the Privet Drive. During the battle, right before Voldemort appears, she flys back on the scene in an effort to help Harry fight the Death Eaters. A Death Eater casts the Avada Kedavra curse on her, and she falls to the ground.It is Hedwig's appearance alongside the real Harry that clues Voldemort into his identity.
  • In comments by Dylan who was at the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows we have a description of Harry releasing Hedwig at Privet drive and the Seven Potters Battle.
    Quote:
    Right before they leave, we see the scene of Harry releasing Hedwig from his front door, as seen in the recent publicity shots that have been circling around the web. The chase scene that follows is very exciting, though it mostly focuses on Harry and Hagrid (who is stupefied or paralyzed shortly after the chase begins, leaving Harry to fend for himself). The chase itself is very exciting, and takes place high in the sky, and on the street level, including a sequence through a tunnel that has the motorcycle doing a loop and Harry tippy-toeing on a truck as he hangs on for dear life. Hedwig's death is a big change from the book; and one, I think is an improvement. Instead of the Death Eaters finding out who the real Harry is because he used Expelliarmus, they find out because Hedwig is flying close to him protecting him. In the movie, as Harry's about to get hit with a death curse, Hedwig gets in the way and gets killed. Hagrid wakes up as they enter the protected area by the Weasley's and one by one the Order of the Phoenix arrives. We do not see Mad-Eye's death, it is only mentioned that he was killed after Fletcher escaped. The scene where Lupin grabs Harry for questioning is identical to the book, and translated great to the screen.


  


  • The recasting of Brendan Gleeson as Alastor Moody also confirms the aerial sequence because this is the only and last chapter in which he appears.
  • The introduction of Bill Weasley in the movies has been confirmed. He will be portrayed by Domnhall Gleeson. Clémence Poésy will reprise her role as his fiancée Fleur Delacour.
  • It has been confirmed that Mundungus Fletcher will appear in the films. He will be portrayed by actor Andy Linden.
  • The aerial scene in which the Order of the Phoenix escorts Harry away has been confirmed by Robbie Coltrane, who portrays Rubeus Hagrid.

Harry Looks In Cupboard Under the Stairs
  • There was a featurette released, of interest are shots of Harry packing up in his room and going downstairs to an empty house. He takes a moment then to look at the cupboard under the stairs. [video]
Harry in Privet drive:    


  

  



Order Arrives at Privet Drive
  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest is a shot of Moody entering the house saying 'Let's say we get under cover before somebody murders him.' [video]
Moody enters Privet drive:    


    


  • There was an interview from Edward on Pottercast about the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is Tonks announcing her baby.
    Quote:
    Any of Lupin and Tonks? There is one moment when they enter into the Dursleys house. They're sort of standing next to each other and Tonks steps up while they are all sort of hanging out and she says 'Lupin and I have a bit of an announcement' and then Moody walks in and totally changes the subject and mood and it's obvious she is trying to tell them she's pregnant, but she doesn't get the words out because Moody comes in.

Polyjuice Potion
  • In TV spot 6 and 8, of interest are shots of Moody with the flask explaining the plan to everyone in the living room. [video 6] [video 8]
Moody explains the plan:    


  


  


  • TV Spot 12 was released on television, of interest is a shot of Harry saying 'Do you think I am going to let everyone risk their lives for me?' and Hermione responds 'Told you he'd take it well.' [video]
  • There were calendars released, of interest is a shot of Moody holding the polyjuice potion in a flash and a shot of Fred about to take a swig of polyjuice potion. We have our first shot of Mundungus to the right of George.
Fred taking polyjuice potion:    


    


  • There was an edited clip released of the Seven Potters transformation at Privet drive. [video]
  • Dan Radcliffe briefly spoke about the Seven Potters scene in an interview.
    Quote:
    Daniel Radcliffe defends the 'accusations' that he wore girls costumes on camera – more specifically, Fleur's clothes. 'It was a dress, a jacket, and a bra,' jokes the actor.'

    When Fleur takes the form of Harry Potter to help him escape and continues with her own clothes by accident. On screen the actor tries to incorporate the antics of the actors who take his form using polyjuice potion. For Radcliffe, it was more difficult then he expected. 'First, we filmed the scene with them all. I watched and did my best to imitate them.'
  • A podcast by leaky cauldron and mugglenet on the footage from the San Diego Comic Con. [audio]
    Quote:
    What about the seven potters? They were all wearing different clothes.

    It's Hermione and all them. Hermione's the one who stood out to me.

    I didn't know who was who. You could tell who was who?

    Well it's just it was a girl outfit.

    It took a minute for my mind to register that we were looking at the seven potters. That shot is basically like the real Harry confronting the rest of the Harrys, so they are like circled around him.

    It was really well done. Dan has said before that was one of the more challenging and time consuming, scenes because they had to film it multiple times, seven times or eight times.
  • Information on the 7 Potter scene surfaced in a recent set report:
    Quote:
    Part of the Seven Potters is being filmed on the Privet Drive set at Leavesden. The report also points out that "from what we were told, it sounded as if they will use makeup on the actors to make them look like Dan, at least for some part of the scene".
During filming, Daniel Radcliffe's stunt double was badly injured.
  • In TV spot 6 and 8, of interest are shots of the potters changing clothes. The FleurHarry in Spot 8 says 'I'm hideous'. [video 6] [video 8]
Potters Changing Clothes:    


  

  



WB Photo: The Seven Potters:    


  

  


  • TV Spot 12 was released on television, of interest is dialogue where Hagrid says 'Years ago. It seems only right that I should be the one to take you away then.' [video]

Harry Releases Hedwig
  • The MTV Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows teaser included Harry releasing Hedwig in front of Privet Drive. This confirms that Hedwig will not be in her cage during the aerial chase scene. She will probably die trying to protect Harry.
Harry releasing Hedwig:    


  
  



The Seven Potters Take Off

BTS: Moody outside Privet Drive, Hagrid and Harry on bike:    


  


  



WB Photo: Harry and Hagrid taking off on Siruis' Motorcycle:    


  

  


  • TV Spot 11 was released on television, of interest is a shot of Moody counting as the Seven Potters prepare to take off. [video]
  • In TV spot 4 and 6, of interest are shots of Harry and Hagrid about to take off and a thestral flying over Moody. Also one of Moody flying beside Harry. [video 4] [video 6]
Taking off during Seven Potters:    


  
  


  • There were mini clips released, of interest is one of Harry flying in the sidecar beside Moody right before the battle. [video]

Aerial Chase
  • Deathly Hallows footage was screened during ShoWest 2010. Comingsoon.net reported what they saw during the screening, including part of the 7 Potters scene.
    Quote:
    Another unfinished scene showed Hagrid on a flying motorbike that was rocketing through the [sky]...as well as others riding Thestrals (those flying horses) seemingly being chased by a flying Voldemort or another Death Eater.
TV Spot: 7 Potters Battle:    


    


Thestral being chased:    


  

  


  • In TV spot 4, of interest is a shot of Moody flying around during the seven potters battle. [video]
Moody in the battle:    


    


  • The first theatrical trailer featured parts of the 7 Potters scene. We see thestrals being chased by death eaters on brooms and something on fire falling towards the earth. This might be the dragon fire erupting out of Sirius' motorcycle.
Fireball falling towards earth:    


  

  


  • There were mini clips release, of interest is one of Hagrid pushing the button which causes the motorbike to shoot flames. [video]

Motorbike In Tunnel
  • Another fan report reveals more details about the on location filming.
    Quote:
    "the bulk of the shoot was centered on obtaining wide shots of the pair being chased into the tunnel. Harry wearing a grey hoodie with a stripe down the arm and wand at the ready, Hagrid, in his familiar huge coat and sporting his goggles sped at around 30 mph in real time speed, weaving in and out of traffic with great effect. For Friday morning, we were treated to further perspective shots of the pair racing through the tunnels, despite the oncoming traffic, weaving in and out with Hagrid seemingly kicking out at any vehicles which came too close and Harry casting spells to his rear."
Death Eater shooting at Harry and Hagrid:    


  
  


  • In TV spot 3 and the Scream Trailer, of interest are shots Harry and Hagrid being chased by three death eaters. Harry shoots a spelling knocking one to the road. A trailer overturns in front of the motorbike and Hagrid swerves to avoid it. [video 3] [Scream]
Harry and Hagrid on the road:    


  


  


  • Information on the filming of the chase has surfaced in a recent blog entry.
    Quote:
    The 7 Potters!
    More action added to the Seven Potters scenes we brought you last month (exclusive images in gallery)
    Some great stunt scenes were filmed on Tuesday, Wednesday and yesterday evenings and early into the mornings with Hagrid's and Harry's stunt doubles in action at Bovingdon, Hertfordshire.
    This time scenes were added which were difficult to shoot at the Dartford Tunnel location, including crashing through road barriers, flipping over a specially rigged caravan! skidding, getting through and around obstacles and generally just a lot more real time stunt action! this time filmed at an RAF airfield which was set up with a good number of crew, plenty of camera's and lighting rigs - just goes to show, not everything is special effects unless it has to be!
Harry and Hagrid on Sirius' Motorcycle:    


  
  


  • A podcast by leaky cauldron and mugglenet on the footage from the San Diego Comic Con. [audio]

    Quote:
    We saw a lot of Harry and Hagrid on the motorbike.

    Yeah, on the motorbike going up the side of the tunnel.

    Yeah, they were doing like a loopy-loop. And we saw some shots of them flying through the air. You got a nice closeup shot of Hagrid at one point and it looks like maybe he was hit. I don't know. I remember his face sort of like changing, reacting to something.
  • The first TV spot for DH Part 1 featured some shots of the 7 Potter aerial battle, including Harry and Hagrid flying through a tunnel.
TV Spot: 7 Potters Battle:    


  
  


  • In TV spot 6, of interest are shots of Harry danging from the motorbike in the tunnel and running along the roof of a bus. [video]
Harry dangling in the tunnel:    


  
  


  • There were mini clips released, of interest is one of Harry hanging from the motorbike and running on the bus. [video]

Hedwig Dies
  • There was an interview from Edward on Pottercast about the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of Hedwigs death in the film.
    Quote:
    How does Hedwig die? How different is it? She does die. As we saw in the most recent trailer Harry lets her go. That essentially takes place after the order has arrived and I think after they have done the whole transformation. Harry, the real Harry, lets her go, sets her free. Then they go and fly up and up and break into the clouds. The death eaters are basically ascending upon them like bats, like a swarm of bats. Death eaters jump up on them, casting spells and curses, and they fight and they battle. Near the very end of that battle Hedwig flies back to protect Harry to help Harry fight to save him. That is when a death eater AKs poor Hedwig.

    This is the thing that signals Voldemort to knowing which Harry is real. It's Hedwig flying around that particular Harry is how Voldemort knows which one to go after.
  • The first TV spot for DH Part 1 featured some shots of the 7 Potter aerial battle, including Harry yelling seemingly in pain. This could possibly be Harry's reaction to when Hedwig gets hit by the killing curse.
TV Spot: 7 Potters Battle:    


    



Voldemort Comes Towards Harry
  • The first theatrical trailer featured parts of the 7 Potters scene. We see Harry steering Sirius' motorcycle. Hagrid seems to be unconscious. We also see a death eater pulling away possibly when they realize that this is the real Harry.
Harry and Hagrid on Sirius' motorcycle:    


  
  



Death Eater on a broom:    


  

  


  • In TV spot 3, of interest are shots of Voldemort in black smoke coming towards the flying motorbike and Harry looking behind him as he sees Voldemort coming. [video]
Voldemort in black smoke coming towards the motorbike:    


  
  


  • The first TV spot for DH Part 1 featured some shots of the 7 Potter aerial battle, including a flying Voldemort attacking the real Harry. It may be the scene where Harry's wand acts on its own accord.
TV Spot: 7 Potters Battle:    


  


  


  • In TV spot 4, of interest is a shot of the flame as Harry pushes the button again to escape Voldemort who has caught up to him during the chase. [video]
The button is pushed again:    


    


  • There was a featurette released, of interest is a shot of the motorbike crash landing in the reeds around the burrow. [video]


  



Chapter 5: The Fallen Warrior:    


  
Spoilers on Lupin Questioning Harry from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There are tweets from Gabbytwitter on the test screening of Deathly Hallows Of interest is a description of George's ear after the seven potter scene.
    Quote:
    It [George's ear] is too bloody to see clearly.
  • In comments by Dylan who was at the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows we learn about Lupin's reaction at the burrow after the Seven Potters battle.
    Quote:
    Was the Lupin/Harry scene at Grimmauld Place included? No. There is a great part with Lupin though. Right when the seven potters get back to the Burrow Lupin comes in with a bleeding Weasley, puts him on the couch, grabs Harry and slams him against the wall and asks him what the creature that sat in the back of his defense against the dark arts class in Harry's 3rd year was.


  



Arrival at the Burrow
  • Warner Brothers has released a photo of Harry arriving at the Burrow.
Harry arriving at the Burrow:    


  

  


  • A 2011 Deathly Hallows calender featured new images from the films. Of note regarding this chapter is a photo of Molly and Ginny at the Burrow. This is probably from right after the seven potters scene when Harry and Hagrid first arrive at the Burrow.
2011 DH Calender: Molly and Ginny:    


  

  


  • There were photos released, of interest is Lupin holding Harry against the wall with Ginny in the background after their arrival at the burrow from the Seven Potters battle. This photo is Lupin confirming that Harry is in fact Harry.
Lupin interrogating Harry:    


  

  



Sticker book photos of everyone outside of the burrow:    


    


  • There were calendars released, of interest is one of Ron and Hermione hugging outside the burrow and Tonks and Lupin after the Seven potters battle.
Ron and Hermione hugging:    


  

  


  • A photo surfaced on the internet of Dan, Emma, and Rupert all wearing the same clothes (red shirt, blue jacket, dark pants). Ron and Hermione have to wear the same clothes as Harry for the seven Potters plan to get Harry out of Privet Drive. The picture is bad quality but they look to be standing in a field similar to the field surrounding the Burrow in the HBP movie.
Trio wearing the same clothes:    


    


  • A photo surfaced of George covered in blood laying on a couch inside the burrow with Harry and company gathered around him. George loses one of his ears during the aerial battle.
Injured George:    


  

  


  • The DH sneak peek on the HBP DVD included footage of Bill and Fleur's wedding. In it, George can be seen wearing a bandage on his head, confirming that he will be injured during the Seven Potters scene. Snape removes one of his ears during the chase.
Screencap of the Wedding: George is on the top right with a bandage over his head:    


    


  • Brendan Gleeson confirmed that he has finished filming for Deathly Hallows at a press conference after the Emmy Awards.
    Quote:
    Gleeson noted he just wrapped filming "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" and bid farewell to his Mad-Eye Moody. "I waved goodbye to him a week and a half ago. It was great fun, playing Mad-Eye was a hoot."

Trio Discuss Plans at Burrow

Spoilers on the Trio by a Bale of Hay Scene from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a review from YuraGammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of Ron convincing Harry to stay for the wedding right after they arrive at the burrow. This is most likely the scene with the trio standing by a bale of hay talking. This is the same night that the trio arrive at the burrow after the Seven Potters scene.
    Quote:
    After, there's a short scene of Harry trying to leave and Ron convincing him to stay for the wedding.


  


  • A sneak peek for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on the Blue-ray and 2 disc DVD releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince. Of note is footage of the trio standing by a bale of hay possibly in the fields near the Burrow. There is speculation that this scene may be the trios attempt to discuss their plans in private before leaving to search for horcruxes. This scene is later the same night that Harry arrives at the burrow after the Seven Potters battle. [video]
Screencap of the trio by a bale of hay at the burrow:    


    



Harry Tosses Fitfully as He sees Voldemort Torture Ollivander
  • A callsheet was found by a child visiting the filming site on location at Swinley Forest. Of interest was the mention of two scenes filmed in Ron's attic room showing Harry tossing fitfully and another showing Harry waking wand in hand. This callsheet may be confirmation of Harry entering Voldemort's mind during his dreams as he tosses fitfully. Callsheet 78 found for the filming Wednesday 17 June 2009 in Swinley Forest near Bracknell, Berkshire. [source]
    Quote:
    Scene 33 Interior Ron's Attic Room. Synopsis: Harry tosses fitfully upon the floor. Night 2, Summer. Cast: Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) and Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley).

    Scene 35 Interior Ron's Attic Room. Synopsis: Harry awakes, wand in hand. Night 2, Summer. Cast: Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) and Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley).

Voldemort torturing Ollivander
  • Actor John Hurt made some comments to Rotten Tomatoes regarding his role as the wand maker Ollivander for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows mentioning that he has filmed his scenes for the second film and will be filming scenes for the first.
    Quote:
    I've filmed one, which actually is the last one, and now I've got the penultimate one to do which is in November, and that wraps it all up.
    This may suggest that Ollivander will be shown in captivity or being tortured by Voldemort in Deathly Hallows Part 1. In the book, Harry sees into Voldemort's mind and witnesses Voldemort torture Ollivander at the end of this chapter.
  • In Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince Ollivander is taken by the death eaters from his shop. The death eaters also remove boxes of wands from the shop.
Photos of Ollivander being taken:    


    


  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is a shot of Ollivander in Malfoy Manor. [video]
Screencap of Ollivander in Malfoy Manor:    


    


  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest is a shot of Voldemort and Wormtail striding towards Ollivander in the basement of Malfoy Manor. [video]
Screencap of Voldemort walking towards Ollivander:    


    




  




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Chapter: 6-8 - on 6 November 2010 updated Chapter 6, 7, & 8

Chapter 6: The Ghoul in Pajamas:    


  
  • Spoilers from the Test Screening in the Harry/Ginny Burrow Kiss.
Harry Tries to Leave and Ron Stops Him
  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest is a shot of Harry trying to leave the burrow. He says 'Nobody else is going to die. Not for me.' He is referring to Moody's death during the Seven Potters battle. Harry also says 'The longer we stay here. The stronger he gets.' during the trailer. This may take place sometime during these conversations at the burrow because of Harry's desire to leave. [video]
Screencap of Harry trying to leave the burrow:    


    


  • In TV spot 3 and 7, of interest are shots of Ron and Harry outside of the Burrow. In TV spot 3, Harry says 'The longer we stay here the stronger he gets.' In TV Spot 7, Harry says 'We should leave tonight.' Ron says 'And leave Hermione? We wouldn't last two days without her. Don't tell her i said that'. [video 3] [video 7]
Screencaps of Harry and Ron outside the burrow:    


  

  


  • There was an edited clip released of this scene at the Burrow where Harry tries to leave and Ron stops him. [video]
Harry/Ginny Kiss

Spoilers on the Harry/Ginny Burrow Kiss from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of the kiss.
    Quote:
    Ginny and Harry share their only kiss in this part of the film here, which is interrupted in a hilarious way by the bandaged-ear George. (Yes, the 'Saintly' joke remains verbatim in the film.)
  • In comments by Dylan who was at the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows we learn about the Harry/Ginny kiss at the burrow.
    Quote:
    Is the Harry/Ginny relationship shown or do they kiss? And if they do, does Ron burst in on them or anything? Yeah. They're making out in the kitchen in the Burrow before the wedding. And Fred (I think) comes in and just chills out by the sink just looking at them. It's a really funny/awkward scene.
  • There are tweets from Gabbytwitter on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of the Harry/Ginny kiss at the burrow.
    Quote:
    You can't see much of the kiss because the angle was bad. You only see the back of Harry's head for some of it and George interrupts them.

    She [Ginny] asked him [Harry] to zip up her dress.
    There is an inconsistency in these reports, but it is George who interrupts Harry and Ginny while they are kissing and not Fred.

    Also while there is no birthday party in the film, this Harry/Ginny Kiss does take place on Harry's birthday because the wedding is on his birthday.


  

  • Promotional shots were released, of interest is the Weasley's living room with a sign that says 'Bill and Fleur'. It is thought this is where the Harry/Ginny kiss will take place.
Photo of the Weasley living room:    


    


  • Actor Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) mentions filming a kiss scene between Harry and Ginny in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. [video]
    Quote:
    It was kind of odd to do that with someone I've known since they were eight, but this time around much more relaxed, on Seven, we've done another kissing scene on Seven, totally fine with that now because I think it's because I know Bonnie slightly better now.
  • Photos were released, of interest is one of Ginny on the day of the wedding in what looks like the burrow.
Photo of Ginny in the burrow:    


    


  • In an article from Entertainment Weekly there is a shot of Harry and Ginny kissing in what looks like the clothes that they wear to the wedding. It looks to place inside the burrow on the day of the wedding which is also Harry's birthday in the film.

    There was a caption that was attached to this photo:
    Quote:
    Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) and Ginny (Bonnie Wright) kiss. George Weasley (Oliver Phelps) interrupts them. Burrow's Kitchen. (SC37)
    This states that this is Scene 37 which takes place very shortly after the Interior Attic scene where Harry wakes up wand in hand. This suggests that the trio will leave the burrow the next day after they arrive and will only remain at the burrow for around 24 hours.
Photo of Harry and Ginny kissing on the day of the wedding:    


    


  • In TV spot 7, of interest are shots of Harry and Ginny kissing and George interrupts. [video]
Screencaps of Harry and Ginny kissing and George interrupting:    


  



  


  • There was TV Spot 13 released on television, of interest is Harry helping Ginny zip up her dress. [video]
    Quote:
    Ginny: It seems sort of silly to be having a wedding, with everything that's going on.

    Harry: Well maybe that's the reason to have it because of everything that's going on.


  



Chapter 7: The Will of Albus Dumbledore:    


  

Spoilers on the Trio receiving the things from Dumbledore's Will from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of the scene where the trio get the things from Dumbledore's will.
    Quote:
    At the fully reconstructed Weasley House, Scrimgeour arrives before the wedding to read the will of Albus Dumbledore and hand out the three bequeaths.
  • There was a questions and answer session given by yuragammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is an answer on the snitch during the scene where the trio get the stuff from Dumledore's will.
    Quote:
    Could you elaborate on the scene where Harry receives the Snitch from Dumbledore's will? Is 'I open at the close' there? The scene is very well acted, with a lot of tension drawn from great performances all around. The I open at the close isn’t there but much later in the movie, after Ron has left the trio.

    Was it mentioned that the snitch can remember the first person who touched it? Did Harry recall using his mouth to catch the Snitch during his first match? Yes and yes. Though it's a little bit later when he and Hermione are alone in the woods.
  • There was a review from YuraGammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of Scrimgeour giving the trio the things from Dumbledore's will.
    Quote:
    We later see them putting up the wedding tent as Rufus Scrimgeour arrives to read the last will of Dumbledore. I thought the scene was very interesting, and the filmmakers made a very good effort of trying to maintain the relevance of the items Dumbledore left them throughout the movie. The golden snitch is usually seen flying around Harry at various points in the film, Ron's illuminator is used several times. The Tales of Beedle the Bard are kind of ignored upfront, but obviously play a large part later on in the film.
    The scene where the trio receive the things bequeathed to them in Dumbledore's Will happens on the morning the day of the wedding which is also Harry's birthday.


  


Scrimgeour Enters the Burrow
  • There was a trailer shown during the Scream Awards, of interest is a shot of Scrimgeour walking towards the Burrow to deliver the things left to the trio by Dumbledore in his will. [video]
Screencap of Scrmgeour walking towards the burrow:    


    


Rufus Scrimgeour Reads Dumbledore's Will
  • We have heard of a scene with Bill Nighy as Rufus Scrimgeour. The HPU4 article say that. [source]
    Quote:
    He [is] also thrown straight in at the deep end and tasked with the job of reading out the will of Albus Dumbledore and distributing out his belongings; a scene filmed in the sitting room at the Burrows - so yes, to all of you who've written in to ask, it is re-built! We also understand Bill worked on one of the blue screen stages for photographs to be included in the Daily Prophet.
  • Actor Bill Nighy, the Minister of Magic Rugus Scrimgeour, confirms the scene where Harry, Ron, and Hermione receive the things left to them by Dumbledore in his will. [source]
    Quote:
    'Well, there's one where he comes and delivers Dumbledore's (Michael Gambon) legacy to the three children,' Nighy replied, referring to Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), Hermione (Emma Watson) and Ron (Rupert Grint). 'He gives them all of the things that Dumbledore has left them, and that's when it's first indicated that he may not be around for much longer. So it's quite an affecting scene.'
  • Actor Bill Nighy discusses his character, Minister for Magic Rufus Scrimgeour, for Deathly Hallows in an interview.
    Quote:
    Scrimgeour is a tragic figure. He knows what's coming. It's a very moving thing to play.

    He's also very powerful and has had a very complicated progress to the top. And he has an interesting relationship with Harry, who views him initially with contempt. But then it's softened by subsequent events.

    There's a scene where he delivers Dumbledore's legacy to the three children. He gives them all the things Dumbledore has left them, and that's when it's indicated he may not be around for much longer.
  • A teaser of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was shown at the MTV awards. Of interest is a shot of Ron holding the deluminator which Dumbledore left to Ron in his will. [video]
Ron holding the deuminator in the tent:    


    


  • There is a shot of Harry sitting on the floor in Grimmauld Place playing with the snitch that Dumbledore left to Harry in his will. We later learn that the snitch holds the resurrection stone.
Photo of Harry at Grimmauld Place with the snitch:    


    


  • There were photos released, of interest is a shot of Rufus Scrimgeour handing the snitch to Harry at the burrow. Notice that Hermione is holding the book, The Tales of Beetle the Bard, and Ron is holding the deuminator. Also notice that Harry and Ron are already wearing their clothes for the wedding suggesting that this scene happens earlier in the day the same day as the wedding.
Photo of Scrimgeour giving the trio the things from Dumbledore's Will:    


    




  



Chapter 8: The Wedding:    


  
  • Spoilers from the Test Screening in Harry meets Xenophilius, Hermione dances with Krum while Ron looks on Jealously, and Harry speaks to Muriel and Doge.
  • It has been confirmed that Domnhall Gleeson has officially been cast as Bill Weasley as well as the return of Clemence Poesy as Fleur Delacour.
  • It has been confirmed that Stanislav Ianevski will reprise his role as Viktor Krum. Also David Ryall was cast as Elphias Doge an old friend of Dumbledore as well as Matyelock Gibbs as the Weasley's Auntie Muriel.
  • Producer David Heyman discusses the introduction of Bill and Fleur. [audio]
    Quote:
    Heyman discussing Bill: DAVID HEYMAN: Well, we know it's his wedding. So, he's introduced at his wedding and we express it's Bill and Fleur's wedding so you know it's Bill Weasley and it's at the Weasley house. So you know pretty much who he is when you see him and Fleur. It's pretty clear in the end.
  • Filming at Shell Cottage on location at Pembrokeshire, Wales. On set was Domhnall Gleeson (Bill Weasley) with scars from the attack by Greyback.
Photo of Bill Weasley's scars:    


    


  • Two Potter fans were able to visit the set of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows at Leavesden studio and we learned from their report:
    Quote:
    Notable from the report (and as indicated by multiple other sources previously) was confirmation that, yes indeed, Bill and Fleur's wedding scenes are being recorded all this week, complete with one of the Weasley's spotted wearing a bandage over his ear and Domhnall Gleeson (Bill Weasley) was seen sporting prosthetic scars on the left side of his face.

Wedding Clothes:    


  
Wedding Clothes
  • Actors Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson have been spotted filming in London in clothes that look like they have left a festive occasion in a rush.
Photo of the trio in their wedding on the streets of London:    


    


  • Two Potter fans were able to visit the set of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows at Leavesden studio and we learned from their report.
    Quote:
    Notable from the report (and as indicated by multiple other sources previously) was confirmation that yes indeed Bill and Fleur's wedding scenes are being recorded all this week...exciting too is news that the double for Xenophilius Lovegood was wearing 'mustard colored corduroys, a pale shirt with a yellow waist coat over the top that was covered in flowers and shoulder length blondish-white hair.'
  • A set report by HP4U at Leavesden studio describes in some detail the costumes of Fleur Delacour, Bill Weasley, Madame Maxine, Hagrid, Xenophilius Lovegood, and Luna Lovegood. [source]
    Quote:
    Fleur (played by French actress Clemence Poesy) was radiant in a sleeveless cream dress that rolled off her like velvet waves onto the floor beneath her. On the front of the dress, embroidered in black lace were the images of two phoenixes which are just stunning and the reverse of the dress is equally as wonderful.

    Her husband-to-be, Bill Weasley (Domhnall Gleeson) is a contrast of colors, with his trademark fiery Weasley hair, and a deep claret velvet jacket. One of his most striking features though are the claw marks deeply etched across his face.

    At this time I spotted Hagrid off to one side with none other than Madame Maxine, surely one of the few women in Harry’s world or any other who can give Hagrid a run for his money size-wise. She had on a lengthy blue dress and wore a blue leaf tiara in her hair. Even Hagrid is looking rather unscruffy to celebrate this fine occasion, his hair combed straight, though still rather unkempt, and attired in a brown woolen jacket that he likely put together himself. He’s holding a glass of champagne in one hand.

    As I continued around the set, I saw the man who plays Luna’s father, Xenophilius Lovegood (Rhys Ifans). He was easy to spot, regaled as he was in mustard yellow, bright yellow, and brown. Then Luna (Evanna Lynch) herself appeared near him, and she was dressed in similar colours, daisies in her blonde hair. They reminded me of two hippies from the 60’s, and really seemed to fit well with their roles.
  • In a report from HP4U we get a nice photo of the back of Fleur's wedding dress as well as Bill's purple suit.
Photo of Fleur's dress and Bill's suit:    


    


  • There were photos scanned from the 2011 Wall Calendar for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is Bill, Fleur, and Arthur.
Photo of Bill, Fleur, and Arthur:    


    


  • Promotional photos were released, of interest is a nice one of Bill in his purple suit that he wears to his wedding as well as one of the twins also dressed up for the wedding. Notice Bill's scars and George's bandaged ear.
Photo of Bill Weasley:    


    


Photo of the Weasley twins:    


    


  • Photos were released, of interest is a shot of Fleur in her wedding dress and one of Ginny in her dress from the wedding.
Photo of Fleur in her wedding dress:    


    


Photo of Ginny in her dress from the wedding:    


    


  • A promotional image was released of Remus Lupin and Nymphadora Tonks dressed up for Bill and Fleur's wedding.
Photo of Lupin and Tonks in their wedding clothes:    


    




  



Wedding Tent:    


  
Wedding Tent
  • A set report by HP4U at Leavesden studio mentions the tent during the wedding of Bill and Fleur.

    Quote:
    The film studio is on the site of an old car factory and aerodrome, and is absolutely massive. I’m always awed upon arrival at the set, at just how utterly and truly the place had been transformed into Harry’s world (save of course for the random cameras and trailers which dotted the landscape).

    The wedding tent located at the ‘Burrows’ was awe inspiring in its own right, surrounded as it was by a field of corn grass, with lights twinkling off the water in the distance. As I approached the tent there were many different scenes laid out before me.

    I next got a glimpse into the tent itself which featured numerous guests seated around purple and lilac tables. The tables were covered in delicious fruits and cakes, each different from the next, but all exotic and mouth-watering – sadly made of latex so they don’t disappear. Not to be outdone by any of the table delights however was the wedding cake, which stood a good five feet tall and a good four tiers high, covered with lilac icing, it was a wondrous sight.
  • In a report from HP4U we get our first photo of the tent from the wedding of Bill and Fleur. Of note though they are very small is Bill, Fleur, and Molly standing under the awning between takes. This is most likely from the scene where the wedding party enters the tent.
Photo of the wedding tent:    


    


  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest is a shot of the weddig tent. Notice what seems to be guards standing around the outside of the tent. [video]
Screenshot of the wedding tent:    


    


  • Photos were released, of interest is one of the interior and the tables in the wedding tent.
Photo of the tables in the wedding tent:    


    




  



Wedding Party Enters the Tent:    


  
Wedding Party Enters Tent
  • A set report by HP4U at Leavesden studio mentions three scenes filmed during the wedding of Bill and Fleur.
    Of interest was a scene where the wedding party and family greet guests as they enter the tent.
    [source]
    Quote:
    Guests were lined up outside, being greeted as they entered the tent by numerous members of both families, including the stunning bride herself.

    Following the guests into the tent were the 5 bridesmaids, all with glowing smiles of delight plastered on their faces, and exquisite dresses draped over their bodies, four of silver, and one of blue (the maid of honour perhaps). They shook hands with the Weasley’s as they made their way toward the bride near the tent’s entrance, and once there, they kissed and hugged the bride with excitement, all of them being close friends as it were.

    The Weasley boys were of course quite interested in the bridesmaids, whispering amongst themselves and eying up the ladies approvingly. One of them had bandages wrapped around his head, indicating he had likely been in a recent battle and come out worse for wear. Adding to his chagrin was the fact that Ron had drawn a fake ear on the bandage, in place of where the real one would otherwise have been jutting up into the air.

    As the tent filled up with guests, Molly rushed back and forth, greeting them all in turn, and assuring they were all properly seated and comfortable.
    This suggests that there may be more then two bridesmaids. It also suggest that Ginny is not a bridesmaid.


  



Harry speaks to the Lovegoods:    


  
Spoilers on Harry Meets Xenophilius Lovegood at the Wedding from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a questions and answer session given by yuragammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is an answer on the sign of the deathly hallows that Lovegood wears at the wedding.
    Quote:
    In the wedding, if Krum does not question Mr. Lovegood about the symbol and nothing is mentioned about it in the wedding, then why does Harry goes to visit Mr. Lovegood? When he first meets Mr. Lovegood, he bring Harry in uncomfortably close, the camera makes a point of focusing on the symbol, as does Harry.

    We do not learn its significance until later and there is no argument between him and Krum.


  


  • Photos were released, of interest is one of Xenophilius and Luna at the wedding speaking to another guest.
Photo of Xenophilius and Luna:    


    




  



Dancing at the Wedding:    


  
Wedding Dance
  • A callsheet was found by a child visiting the filming site on location at Swinley Forest. Of interest was the mention of a dance rehearsal for the Weasley wedding. Callsheet 78 found for the filming Wednesday 17 June 2009 in Swinley Forest near Bracknell, Berkshire: [source]
    Quote:
    Other Business: 30 x crowd for dance rehearsals in car park for 5 for the Weasley Wedding.
  • A sneak peek for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on the Blue-ray and 2 disc DVD releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince. Of note is Bill and Fleur dancing at their wedding as Molly, Arthur, the twins, and many other guests look on. Notice that George Weasley has a bandage around his ear from his wound during the seven potters scene. There may be a woman that could be the Weasley's Auntie Murie in the shot as well. Also there is footage of Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter in the wedding tent between takes. [video]
Screencaps of Bill and Fleur's wedding:    


  





  


  • Photos were released, of interest is one of Bill and Fleur dancing. Notice their huge wedding cake.
Photo of Bill and Fleur dancing:    


    


  • There were photos scanned from the 2011 Wall Calendar for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is a shot of Xenophilius and Luna dancing.
Photo of the Lovegoods dancing:    


    


  • Photos were released, of interest is one of Luna and Xenophilius dancing.
Photo of the Lovegood's dancing in color:    


    


  • TV Spot 11 was released on television, of interest is a shot of Luna and Xenophilius dancing during the wedding. [video]

  



Hermione Dances with Krum and Ron gets Jealous:    


  
Spoilers on the Hermione dancing with Krum from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a review from YuraGammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of the wedding scenes.
    Quote:
    The biggest change in the wedding scene is that Harry attends without any disguise. We see cameos from some old characters like Madam Maxine and Victor Krum (who dances with Hermione as Ron jealously watches in the background).
  • In comments by Dylan who was at the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows we learn about Hermione dancing with Krum at the wedding.
    Quote:
    I'm a Weasley fangirl..so please tell me anything you can remember from the wedding. Ron/Hermione/Krum, the reaction to Kingsley's patronus, etc. Oh yeah, the Krum scene is PERFECT. Ron and Hermione are circling the punch bowl and Ron is pretending not to look at her. Krum comes up to Hermione and takes her out to dance. Ron is furiously watching them. As soon as the dance stops, one of Fleur's friends walks by and his eyes go from Hermione's straight to this other girl and he walks away and ditches Hermione.


  


Ron and Ginny Speak
  • Photos were released, of interest is a shot of Ron and Ginny speaking possibly about Hermione dancing with Krum.
Photo of Ron and Ginny speaking:    


    


Hermione Dancing
  • A set report by HP4U at Leavesden studio mentions three scenes filmed during the wedding of Bill and Fleur. Of interest was a scene where Hermione dances with an unknown partner while Ron looks on jealously. [source]
    Quote:
    First out to the dance floor was the wedding couple, followed by duos of other guests, each gracefully swinging to and fro across the dance floor. Everyone clapped and urged the dancers on, and all enjoyed themselves immensely.

    Later on, Hermione herself strolled out onto the dance floor with a partner, oblivious to the fact that Ron was watching her the entire time, quite upset, and no doubt jealous that she would dance with another. After the dance had ended, her partner quickly disappeared, being distracted by one or more of the bridesmaids it would seem, leaving Hermione alone and somewhat embarrassed on the dance floor.

    As she scanned the room for where Ron was seated, Ron quickly turned his back to her so she wouldn’t see him watching her. He then rose to his feet, glanced coolly over his shoulder back at her, and made his way from the tent.

    Hermione was further embarrassed by this, knowing as she must have that Ron had seen her dancing with another. She bowed her head, then turned on a dime, her bright red dress swirling around her, and walked away.
    It is confirmed that the unknown partner is Viktor Krum played by Stanislav Ianevski who dances with Hermione in this scene.
  • There were photos scanned from the 2011 Wall Calendar for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is a shot of Hermione dancing with Ron watching.
Photo of Hermione dancing with Krum:    


    


  • Photos were released, of interest is a shot where Hermione is dancing with Krum while Ron watches. She is smiling in this one.
Photo of Hermione dancing while Ron watches:    


    


  • There was a featurette released from Access Hollywood, of interest is a brief shot of Hermione dancing with Krum at about 25 seconds. We also see the trio grasping hands to disapparate from the wedding early on in the featurette. [video]

  



Harry speaks to Muriel and Doge at the Wedding:    


  
Spoilers on the Harry speaks to Muriel and Doge scene from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of Muriel talking about Dumbledore.
    Quote:
    Harry begins to become uncertain that he knew Dumbledore, with the help of Auntie Muriel and flashes of newspaper headlines about Rita Skeeter's upcoming book, The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore.
  • There was a review from YuraGammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of the wedding scenes.
    Quote:
    Then there's a short, but good conversation between Harry, Aunt Muriel, and Elphias Doge in which some exposition is given to Dumbledore's past. The actress playing Aunt Muriel makes a very good job at teasing Harry for not knowing Dumbledore. The wedding is cut short by the patronus announcing the fall of the Ministry and the impending arrival of the Death Eaters.


  


Dog, Muriel, and Harry Talk About Dumbledore
  • It has been confirmed that David Ryall was cast as Elphias Doge an old friend of Dumbledore as well as Matyelock Gibbs as the Weasley's Auntie Muriel. Readers will recall that Doge and Muriel have a spirited discussion about Albus Dumbledore at the Wedding.
  • Producer David Heyman discusses how the characters will learn about Dumbledore's past mentioning Elphias Doge who speaks favorably of Dumbledore at the wedding. [audio]
    Quote:
    Heyman discussing Dumbledore's past: DAVID HEYMAN: We have Hermione reading parts of the book and we also have a character at the wedding who talks about Dumbledore's past. There's Elphias Doge, who also has a more favorable opinion of Dumbledore. Hermione finds Rita Skeeter's book and she reads the book to them.
  • Photos were released, of interest is one in this calendar page of Harry speaking to Doge at the wedding. Bottom left photo.
Photo of Harry speaking to Doge at the wedding:    


    


Harry Looks Upset
  • Photos were released, of interest is one of Harry looking off.
Photo of Harry at the wedding:    


    


  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest is a shot of Harry looking upset or in pain. It is possible that he has a flash/memory here during the wedding. Possibly of Dumbledore's death. [video]
Screencap of Harrry at wedding:    


    




  



The Patronus Appears at the Wedding:    


  
Patronus Appears
  • A set report by HP4U at Leavesden studio mentions three scenes filmed during the wedding of Bill and Fleur. Of interest was a scene where a glowing ball of light states 'The Ministry has fallen'. [source]
    Quote:
    As the dancing reaches its peak, we see first Lupin and then Harry make appearances into the wedding tent, though both are largely ignored by the guests. This is the point when the madness begins. A strange glowing ball of light (Patronus) appears, and from it, a dire warning in a deathly voice 'The Ministry has fallen. Scrimgeour is dead. They are coming.'
    The light may be used as a stand in for the patronus which could be added later in post production.
  • In a podcast by leaky cauldron and mugglenet about the Deathly Hallows footage from the San Diego Comic Con is a mention of the wedding and the bit about the patronus. [audio]
    Quote:
    The wedding. Can we talk about the wedding? Basically there's a very slow talking voice and it must be Kingsley's deep rumble. He says 'The ministry has fallen. They are coming.' You see Harry looking up toward the sky and the next time we see the wedding things are on fire, people are running, people are screaming, and Lupin is grabbing Harry and going 'Go! Get Out! Go!'

    The one thing about that was it sounded a little weird his voice. Like it sounded echoy. It sounded alright. It wasn't how I pictured it in the books.

    Sounds like it's not going to be a silver animal like we imagined. It sounds like there's a light. Like a pulsing white light, but I don't...maybe they don't do that kind of stuff because it might look a little cartoony if a cat shows up and starts talking.
  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest are shots of the Kingsley's patronus in the tent speaking to the wedding party. It seems as if the patronus shows the Minister of Magic being killed. [video]
Screencaps of the patronus in the tent:    


  



  




  



Death Eaters Attack the Wedding:    


  
  • Photos were released, of interest is a shot of Bill and Fleur at their wedding. Bill has his wand out and is looking up as the wedding is attacked.
Photo of Bill with his wand out:    


    


Tent is Attacked
  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest is a death eater like flying like black smoke into the tent. [video]
Screencaps of the tent under attack:    


  





  


  • Photos were released, of interest is one of fire in the wedding tent. Notice Hagrid and Madame Maxime at the right edge of the photo.
Photo of fire in the tent:    


    


Harry Runs Towards Ginny
  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest are shots of Harry running towards Ginny in an attempt to protect her. Lupin stops him and tells Harry to 'Go!' [video]
Screencaps of Harry running towards Ginny:    


  





  


Ron and Hermione
  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest are shots of Hermione going to Ron in the wedding tent during the attack. [video]
Screencaps of Ron and Hermione:    


  

  




  




  




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Chapters 9-11 4/Nov/10 update ch. 9, 10, & 11

Chapter 9: A Place to Hide:    


  
Spoilers on the Cafe Attack from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • In comments by Dylan who was at the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows we have a description of Hermione erasing the memories of the death eaters during the cafe attack scene.
    Quote:
    After a chaotic exit, we see the trio go into the coffee shop, where they are attacked by another pair of Death Eaters. There's a nice bookend sequence here where Hermione uses the same memory charm on one of the Death Eaters that she used on her parents.
  • There was a questions and answer session given by yuragammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows. Of interest is a description about the cafe attack.
    Quote:
    Was the attack of the death eaters to the cafe a great scene? Yes. It was kinda funny because there's a waitress who's oblivious to the whole thing, and the battle between them is very gritty, especially because it's just after the wedding and they're all really worried. At the end, Hermione casts the same memory hex on one of them as she did her parents.
  • There was a questions and answer session given by yuragammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows. Of interest is an answer about after the trio apparate to London when the wedding is attacked.
    Quote:
    How were the scenes after they apparate from the wedding? Ex. Streets if London, cafe scene. They're nice, I think they've been pretty well described elsewhere. There's a funny moment with Hermione realizing they forgot Harry's birthday.
  • There are tweets from Gabbytwitter on the test screening of Deathly Hallows Of interest is a description of Ron and Hermione's hands being close to each other while they were sleeping at Grimmauld Place.
    Quote:
    Yeah. Their hands were close, but not touching.


  



Trio Disapparte Into the Street
  • Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson have been spotted filming some parts of this chapter in London. They filmed the Apparition of the Trio after they left the Wedding/Birthday at the Burrow. They nearly get hit by a bus after appearing out of nowhere. Together they walk through the streets of London while discussing what happened back at the Burrow. They also change into ordinary clothes.

Trio jumping out of the way of the bus:    


    


  • The DH Part 1 Trailer included the trio dodging a bus after apparating onto it's path.
Trio dodging bus:    


  



  


  • A behind the scenes look shows the trio almost getting hit by a bus after they apparate into it's path.

Fleeing Through the Streets of London
  • This set report provides more details on the filming in London:
    Quote:
    Five minutes later though, with the scene reset, and this time it’s the real deal, with Emma leading the trio through the street, looking (as one may expect for someone who has just heard that the Ministry has fallen) rather shaken. If this few seconds was anything to go by, this could be a good film for Emma to shine.

    After a few more takes of this sequence the crew moves onto the very corner of Piccadilly Circus, where the road is temporarily blocked, and the trio take to the center of the road, as a London double-decker bus drives straight at them, stopping in the nick of time. One can only assume that this is the actual Apparition sequence, and that instead of the Tottenham Court Road setting of the book the movie makers have made this into a much bigger sequence, setting it in the instantly recognizable Piccadilly Circus.

    While we expected to see the actual café attack sequence filmed here tonight a crew member informed me that they were unable to get a license from the City Of Westminster for even controlled explosions – so are we to assume the “London café” will actually be a set at Leavesden, and all we will see of real London will be the sequences of them wondering through the streets towards and away from the café?

    So all in all, the second night of shooting seemed to pick up where the first left off – lots of walking up and down Shaftesbury avenue, just this time with the additional shots of the apparition sequence for fans to really sink their teeth into (either complaining that “That’s not what happens in the book!?!?” as I heard someone say, or “No…but it does sort of make more sense this way” as another said.) whatever your outlook, as has been mentioned above, the real star tonight was Emma Watson, who, despite only acting for all of 5 seconds the whole night did honestly make you believe in those Five seconds that she was scared.
  • Here a video providing a view of the trio pacing down the street.
  • Here's another behind the scenes video of the filming in London.
  • Yet another video showing the trio walking down the street. Hermione leads looking visibly upset while Harry and Ron follow.

More photos of the trio fleeing from the wedding:    


  

  



Screencaps from the DH preview on the HBP DVD:    


  
  



Hermione looking worried:    


    



Filming: London Sequence:    


  

  



Death Eater Attack in the Cafe
  • Actress Jeanie Gold will play a customer in the café when Harry, Ron and Hermione are attacked by Death Eaters
  • A podcast by leaky cauldron and mugglenet on the footage from the San Diego Comic Con. [audio]
    Quote:
    We see the three of them sitting in the cafe and Hermione says 'Voldemorts taken over the Ministry.' And right then you see two people at the front of the cafe in workmen's clothes and one of them is like slowly pulling his wand out of his pocket.

    There was like a flash to the scene in the diner when the snatchers like catch them.

    That's from when they go into get their cappuccinos at Tottenham Court Road. It was great because of the instant...we are so used to the school nature of the magic, doing magic where it's all very measured, and it's so different when it's out in the real world and it's pure survival and someones shooting a spell at you with barely even speaking. You have to react.
Screencaps of Harry shooting a Death Eater with a spell:    


  


  


  • In TV spot 3 and 6, of interest are shots of Ron, Hermione, and death eaters shooting spells in the cafe. [video 3] [video 6]
Shooting spells in the cafe:    


  


  


  • In an ABC Family DH First Look, we see a shot of Harry telling Ron and Hermione to get down after he notices the death eaters. Unlike the book, he is not wearing the invisibility cloak.
    We also get a shot of Hermione pointing her wand at a down death eater to modify his memory.
Trio in the cafe:    


  



  



After Cafe Attack
  • The audio of the footage at the San Diego Comic Con was released, of interest is Ron and Hermione speaking in the cafe right before they are attacked.
    Quote:
    RON: 'We have to get off the streets. Get somewhere safe.'

    HERMIONE: 'If Voldemort really has taken over the ministry none of the old places are safe.'

Photo of the trio after they've changed into normal clothes:    


     


  • Warner Brothers has released the first official picture for Deathly Hallows. It features the trio in normal clothes after being attacked by the death eaters in the cafe. Ron has bruises on his face and Hermione has a cut her right cheek. Hermione is also holding her beaded bag.
First official DH picture from WB: The trio after being attacked at the cafe:    


    


  • There is a video of the trio after the cafe attack filming in London.

Grimmauld Place
  • A recent fan report confirms that Grimmauld Place will be featured in DH1.
    Quote:
    Grimmauld Place set, currently used as Baker Street for the upcoming Sherlock Holmes film is being repainted for use again in DH.

WB Photo: Trio entering Grimmauld Place:    


  

  


  • In an ABC Family First Look, we see a shot of the trio entering Grimmauld Place. It looks like they are going to include Dumbledore's ghost as protection for the entrance
Dumbledore's Ghost:    


  

  



Trio back up as ghost comes towards them:    


  
  



Portraits of the Wizarding World: Trio look out the window of Grimmauld Place:    


  

  


  • The DH sneak peek on the HBP DVD included some brief footage of Grimmauld Place. We see death eaters standing outside #12 Grimmauld Place.
Death eaters standing outside #12 Grimmauld place:    


    




  



Chapter 10: Kreacher's Tale:    


  

Trio Sleeping in Grimmald Place

BTS: Trio sleeping in Grimmauld Place:    


  
  


  • Photos were released, of interest is one of the trio sleeping at Grimmauld Place. Notice that Ron and Hermione's hands are near each other while they are sleeping.
Harry waking up at Grimmauld Place:    


    



Harry Searching the House

Harry walking up the stairs:    


  

  


  • The DH sneak peek on the HBP DVD included some brief footage of Grimmauld Place. We see Harry opening a door, possibly the door to either R.A.B.'s room or Sirius' room.
Screencaps: Harry opening a door:    


  
  


  • The second official image from Deathly Hallows has been released by Yahoo! Movies UK. It's a photo of Dan Radcliffe walking into a room in Grimmauld Place with his wand raised. The trio take refuge in Grimmauld Place after they escape from the Death Eaters at the cafe.
Second official DH photo: Harry walking into a room with his wand raised:    


    



The door to Sirius' room and Harry reading Lilly's letter:    


    



Ron looking up the stairs for Harry:    


    


  • In this online interview, Tom Moorcroft, the actor who portrayed Regulus Black in Half-Blood Prince, says he might come back for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and thinks he will play a bigger role this time around. In Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, he only appeared in a photograph.

Trio Meet Kreacher

WB Photo: Trio discussing where to find the real locket:    


    


  • There was a featurette released, of interest is Harry reading the note from the locket and Harry speaking to Kreacher about the fact that the locket belonged to Regulus' and that there were two. [video]


  



Chapter 11: The Bribe:    


  

Ron and Hermione Sitting at a Piano

Spoilers on the Piano Scene from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • In comments from a viewer during the test screening we learn that there is a scene at Grimmauld Place with Ron and Hermione at the piano.
    Quote:
    The piano scene is Hermione attempting to teach Ron to play a song on the piano, while Harry seems to be getting annoyed by it.
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of the piano scene at Grimmauld Place.
    Quote:
    @hallowedhearts IT WAS! And I just now remembered it because you asked! It’s a rather tender scene where Hermione tries to teach Ron something on the piano and he just isn’t getting it.


  


  • A Deathly Hallows 2011 Calender featured a photo of Hermione and Ron playing a piano inside of Grimmauld place. This is an added scene that will probably take place while the trio are waiting for Kreacher to capture Mundungus.
Hermione and Ron playing piano:    


  

  



Dobby and Kreacher Return with Mundungus

Spoilers on Kreacher, Dobby, and Mundungus from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • In comments by Dylan who was at the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows we have a description of Kreacher discussing the locket and finding Mundungus with the help of Dobby.
    Quote:
    The Grimmauld place sequences are very shortened compared to the ones in the book. The trio discovers that RAB is Regulus Black very quickly and there's no doubt it's him who took the locket. Harry then finds Krecher and sends him after Mundungus Fletcher when he finds out he stole the locket. The whole subplot with the dual portraits in Grimmauld place and the Hogwarts Headmaster's office was cut. There's short sequence at Diagon Alley, where we see Fletcher hiding from people (and the first sighting of the Harry Potter (Undesireable #1 poster). The movie then cuts to Harry, Ron and Hermione sitting around a table, when they hear a noise, then they notice Mundungus Fletcher with Kreacher hanging around his neck. Then, in what got one of the biggest reactions from the audience, Dobby greets Harry Potter as the camera pans to show him dangling from Fletcher's leg. After a quick interrogation, they realize they need to go to the Ministry.
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of Dobby and Kreacher at Grimmauld Place.
    Quote:
    We do see Dobby again, who makes his return at Grimmauld Place helping Kreacher bring Mundungus to Harry for questioning. The next time we see him, he appears in the cellar of Malfoy Manor to rescue Harry and his friends.
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of Kreacher and Dobby at Grimmauld Place.
    Quote:
    Once at Grimmauld Place, Harry sends Kreacher off to find Mundungus, who returns with both Dung and Dobby. The crowd cheered when Dobby appeared on screen, and was further endeared at the elf when he and Krecher vie for Harry's attention. Mundungs' information leads them to infiltrate the Ministry, which also is presented just as it was in the books.


  


  • Andy Linden and Martin Ballantyne will make appearances as Mundungus Fletcher and his associate, respectively. It is rumored that there will be a scene in which the two make one of their illegal transactions. This is probably where Kreacher will capture Mundungus and dissaparate to Grimmauld Place.

Mundungus in Diagon Alley where Dobby and Kreacher find him:    


    


  • Producer David Heyman mentions more Dobby in Deathly Hallows. Dobby helps Kreacher find Mundungus.
    Quote:
    Given there has to be cuts in beloved characters such as the house elves, can you tell us if these things will impact the development of movie seven and eight (ie events at Gringotts/Grimmauld place)? DAVID HEYMAN: Inevitably there will be certain things that we will probably have to introduce and emphasize in the Seventh film. Before we read the Seventh book there had been things in the earlier films that we had not realized how important they were. There was an example in the Fifth film when we were considering cutting Kreacher but Jo [Rowling] said to me…'I wouldn’t do that if I were you'…She didn’t tell us why, but she said we would be advised to keep him. And of course in the Seventh book Kreacher is an important character. It has been a while, for example, since we have seen Dobby and I suspect we are going to have to make more of Dobby in Seven than we might have done. I think we have done a pretty good job of what we need in terms of the plot.
  • TV Spot 12 was released on television, of interest is a shot of Dobby and Kreacher standing on the table with the trio and Mundungus standing there. Kreacher says 'It's so good to see you again.' Ron reaches his hand out possibly to shake Dobby's hand or possible to hand him something. There is another shot of both Kreacher and Dobby holding onto Mundungus when they enter the kitchen. [video]
  • There was an interview from Edward on Pottercast about the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is Dobby being reintroduced.
    Quote:
    How is Dobby reintroduced? Dobby appears twice in the film. First in a very endearing moment when he and Kreacher actually bring Mundungus to Harry, after Harry, Hermione, and Ron go to Grimmauld Place and find Kreacher. Kreacher reveals that Mundungus took the locket and Harry sends him off and Kreacher meets up with Dobby in Diagon Alley on his quest to find Mundungus and bring him back to Harry. There's this very tender and endearing scene that I think a number of the audience members cheered and clapped when Dobby appeared on screen where they are walking along the table and each of them are sort of knocking the other one out of the way in order to get Harry's attention and tell them of their tale to catch Mundungus. It was just really well done and reintroduced Dobby to the characters and to the audience that hasn't seen him in six films.
  • In an interview with harrypotterfanzone.com, Andy Linden spoke about his role as Mundungus Fletcher.

    Quote:
    HPFZ: When did you start filming Deathly Hallows?

    AL: That would have been late February/early March 2009. I do believe mine was the very first scene [shot].

    HPFZ: Was that the Seven Potters scene?

    AL: No, that was later on. This was a scene in Diagon Alley. The scene is set where it's absolutely chucking it down. It's [raining] relentlessly. Needless to say, I was quite the big drip all day.

    HPFZ: Could you talk about what other scenes Mundungus appears in? There's another scene in the book where he gets attacked by a house-elf.

    AL: Yes, Dobby and Kreacher attack him in the kitchen. I do believe it's Kreacher that brings him back from Diagon Alley because he stole the [locket]. Eventually, he's questioned by the three of them regarding it. There are three very good scenes and it's a lovely little cameo. I had such a great time doing it.


  




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Chapter: 12-13 - on 6 November 2010 updated Chapter 12 & 13

Chapter 12: Magic is Might:    


  
  • Spoilers from the Test Screening on the Trio Entering and on the Students on the Hogwarts Express.
Students on Hogwart's Express

Spoilers on the Students on the Hogwart's Express from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a review from Eric and Emerson from the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest was a description of death eaters attacking the Hogwarts express.
    Quote:
    The Death Eater who stops the Hogwarts Express in the trailer is looking for Harry Potter. He meets resistance from Neville and other students that are aboard.


  


  • This scene does take place in Deathly Hallows Part 1. It is still unclear where it will take place in the timeline of the film.
  • In an interview with Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood) and Matt Lewis (Neville Longbottom), they mention that they are not really in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 because they are at Hogwarts, but there is a added scene with the students on the train on their way to or from school. [video]
    Quote:
    And Luna has a lot more interaction with Harry in the next two, doesn't she? EVANNA LYNCH: Yeah, I hope so. Well in the first (film) of the two we're not really in it..., so, the main three are always, Harry, Ron, Hermione, they're going around some forest. We're just back at Hogwarts. I think they stuck is in on a train scene (MATT LEWIS: That's right. I think we are going to be in there somewhere.) They just missed us so they were like put in the Hogwart's express.
    This suggest that this scene will be in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1.
  • There was a fan report from KingsCross which also speaks to the students being on the Hogwart's Express.
    Quote:
    I've discovered through my work (I work for Network Rail in the UK) that the train which is used as the Hogwarts Express in the films goes to Fort William tomorrow so it can be used for filming at the end of this week. Presumably this will be the scene on the train where the death eaters are looking for Harry.
  • There was another fan report from KingsCross which mentions possible scenes on the train with Neville, Luna, and Ginny as well as filming a scene with a death eater flying through the air.
    Quote:
    The guy on IMDb refers to the epilogue finishing with the Hogwarts Express arriving at the school at sunset. Filming with the train did take place during September, but the shoot only lasted a day and a half and comprised of five runs. Because of the weather, they only managed to film on three or four of those. The location was Rannoch Moor (where they did that cool flying shot for HBP in 2007) and I was told by one of the studio chaps that they were filming exteriors for a scene with Neville, Luna, and Ginny on the train. There were none of the actors present and the train was filled with local children from Fort William. The part they did the next morning featured a death eater suspended from a crane according to the guy I was speaking to, though I was unable to go back for that. There were various tape markings on the windows, which I was told were datums for post production CGI.

    I would expect them to be shooting nearer Glenfinnan or Loch Eilt if the train is supposed to be arriving at Hogwarts - Glenfinnan Viaduct is the large arched viaduct seen in PS, CoS, PoA, and GoF. I'm not aware of them filming at Kings Cross station yet, assuming they will be using the actual location, so presumably there is more train stuff to be shot. That could tie in with the IMDb guy mentioning that they are returning to Scotland in the Spring.
Photos of the Hogwarts Express:    


  



  


  • Filming took place on location at Rannoch Station, Scotland of the Hogwarts Express where a camera was attached to a helicopter to get some overhead shots. [source]
  • In related news filming took place on the Hogwart's express. [source]
    Quote:
    The Harry Potter crew were making a return to the Highlands and the west Highland railway line was once again the location for filming this week, with about 100 pupils from Lochaber High School at Fort William taking part in the filming as extras.

    The camera action focused on Hogwart’s Express as the blood-red train steamed between Tulloch and Rannoch stations with its excited young passengers.
  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is some shots of of a death eater standing on the tracks in front of the Hogwarts Express. Notice the death eater is wearing a holster for his wand. [video]
Screencaps of a death eater on the train tracks:    


  

  


  • In TV spot 2, of interest is a shot of the train with death eaters flying over it. [video]
Screencap of train with death eaters flying over it:    


    


  • There was a Behind the Scenes Featurette released, of interest is a shot of Neville and Ginny sitting on the train in the dining car. [video]
Screencap of Neville and Ginny on the train:    


    


Harry with the Snitch
  • There is a shot of Harry sitting on the floor in Grimmauld Place playing with the snitch that Dumbledore left to Harry in his will. We later learn that the snitch holds the resurrection stone. Harry is wearing the shirt he wears on the day the trio infiltrate the Ministry of Magic suggesting this scene happens earlier that same day.
Photo of Harry at Grimmauld Place with the snitch:    


    


The Ministry
  • On set outside the Ministry of Magic on location at Whitehall near Great Scotland Yard, London was the 'shooting of scenes featuring Harry, Ron, Hermione, Mafalda Hopkirk, Albert Runcorn, Reg Cattermole, and 'Skinny Wizard'.'
  • Another report on location at Whitehall near Great Scotland Yard, London mentions the trio near the bathroom with the 'mysterious wizard'.
    Quote:
    The first action of the day (scene 69) was filmed very early, in fact early enough for us to miss it and [it] was that of the trio and the mysterious Wizard being near the Gents toilets on the main Whitehall Place road.
  • Actor Steffan Rhodi who will play Reg Cattermole in Deathly Hallows mentions his scenes at the Ministry of Magic impersonating Ronald Weasley. [source]
    Quote:
    'But although I’ve not read the books, I’ve read the whole sequence I’m involved in. I basically have to be Ron pretending to be Reg, It means I have to kind of impersonate Ron which is quite a challenge.' Steffan and his new co-stars have already met the young actors so that they could watch their mannerisms which they had to adopt for their own roles. 'They would do a scene and then we would do it after them.'
Ministry of Magic Passports
  • There were photos taken of the filming outside the Ministry of Magic, of interest in these photos was the trio carrying what looks like purple passports with Ministry of Magic stamped on the front of them. These may be used as registration for some sort of proof that one is not Muggle-born. They may also simply be identification needed for Ministry of Magic employees to enter the Ministry.
Photos of Hermione and Ron holding Ministry of Magic Passports:    


  

  


Trio Outside Ministry
  • Another report on location at Whitehall near Great Scotland Yard, London mentions shooting outside the Ministry.
    Quote:
    Scotland Yard scenes (scene 70) centered on the trio making their way past the Old Scotland yard building, turning a corner by the entrance to the Ministry of Magic (same corner used previously with scenes featuring Harry, Dumbledore and the phone box!). We see the trio dressed in their Muggle clothes, hurrying to and from the Ministry with some purpose and being very distracted. Both Ron and Hermione were pictured with their purple Ministry passes in hand at either side of the Ministry entrance. A few extra 'Muggles' were used in the background for these scenes at both ends of the small street, walking back and forth at some speed (for a good 10-12 takes) which should add to the sense of urgency when we see the finished footage.
Stunning Mafalda
  • On the Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4 Video Game there was footage of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Of interest was a shot of Ron peering around the corner outside the Ministry of Magic. [video]
Ron peering around the corner on the lookout for Mafalda:    


    


  • A sneak peek for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on the Blue-ray and 2 disc DVD releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince. Of note is footage of Ron peering around the corner as Mafalda Hopkirk, a Ministry of Magic employee whom Hermione impersonates using polyjuice potion, comes toward him. [video]
Screencap of Ron looking around the corner for Maflada at the Ministry:    


    


  • In an article from Entertainment Weekly there is a shot of Ron and Harry waiting to stun Maflada.
Photo of Ron and Harry waiting to stun Mafalda:    


    


  • A report on location at Whitehall near Great Scotland Yard, London mentions the stunning of Maflada.
    Quote:
    We also got the chance to see a quite funny bit, where Ron walks in front of Mafalda Hopkirk, bends down to tie his shoelace, Harry pops out of a hidden door on the side (in his trademark long creamish jacket, a dark burgundy shirt and I think jeans) stuns Mafalda who then falls into his arms and then Harry drags her inside. It felt like they did that scene about ten times (much to the delight of amused onlookers). After a few more shots of the extras, and in the pouring rain, they wrapped for the day around 4.30, a couple of hours earlier than they'd planned.
  • Another report on location at Whitehall near Great Scotland Yard, London also mentions this scene:
    Quote:
    Fans were also able to watch scene 71 being filmed today. Next sees Ron stage the capture of Mafalda Hopkirk. While Ron walks up the street, he suddenly stops to tie up his shoelace in front of Mafalda, forcing her to double take, Harry steps out of a hidden doorway and stuns her, causing her to fall into his arms while he drags her inside.
Photos of Ron walking ahead of Mafalda while Harry waits to stun her:    


  

  


  • There was a Dutch Featurette released, of interest at about 20 seconds is a shot of the trio in the room where they have hid the Ministry of Magic employees that they have stunned and are going to impersonate using polyjuice potion. Hermione says 'Remember what we said, don't speak to anyone unless absolutely necessary'. [video]

Trio Walking Towards Ministry
  • A sneak peek for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on the Blue-ray and 2 disc DVD releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince. Of note is footage of the trio walking down the road near the Ministry of Magic. [video]
Screencap of the trio walking towards the Ministry entrance:    


    


  • It is reported that the parts of Mafalda Hopkirk would be played by Sophie Thompson, Albert Runcorn by David O'Hara, and Reg Cattermole by Steffan Rhodri. These are the three Ministry of Magic employees that Harry, Ron, and Hermione impersonate by the use of polyjuice potion to infiltrate the Ministry in the search of Slytherin's locket. Below is a photo of the polyjuiced trio walking towards the Ministry during filming at Whitehall near Great Scotland Yard, London. Notice that they are also carrying the Ministry of Magic Passports.
Photo of the trio after taking polyjuice potion, Hermione, Harry, and Ron:    


    


  • A fan report of the filming on location at Whitehall near Great Scotland Yard, London. [photos]
    Quote:
    I arrived around 11.30, and one of the first things I saw was the crew hosing down the set and walls of the buildings so that the camera didn't pick up shadows. The scene was before the trio go into the Ministry, and shot at Great Scotland Yard. One of the crew told me that there were 150 extras on set (all dressed in business wear in dull colours (beige, dark pinks, creams, browns and blacks) who had been told to 'walk with purpose' in the background.

    They had a couple of buses (number 11) that they kept passing through the shot, but what we mainly saw was the trio walking down the street, and then the three older actors portraying the members of the Ministry the trio change into also walking down the street exactly where the trio had gone.
  • There were photos released from a calendar, of interest is a shot of the trio polyjuiced and Harry speaking to Ron.
Photos of the trio polyjuiced:    


    



Man Speaks to Trio Outside Ministry
  • In an interview it is mentioned that 'when the three friends use polyjuice potion to become employees of the Ministry of Magic, in a tense moment of espionage in the corridors of the Ministry, the characters are greeted by colleagues and Ron finds out a woman is in danger and he has to play her husband.'
  • There are photos of a continuation of the Trio Walking where it looks as if a man comes up and speaks to them. He comes up and grabs Ron's arm who is impersonating Cattermole at the time. This is a similar scene then one from the book that happens in the Ministry where Ron learns that Cattermole's wife has a hearing that day to be questioned about her blood status.
  • Another report on location at Whitehall near Great Scotland Yard, London mentions a scene with 'skinny wizard'.
    Quote:
    Fans were also able to watch scene 72 being filmed today. So quite a treat to have them all in such a small area. Hermione, Ron, and Harry walk up the street, Hermione carrying her handbag, Ron and Harry with Ministry passes which they are looking at very deliberately. Finally passing them to Hermione to read, when suddenly Ron is tracked and stopped by this 'Skinny Wizard' wearing a grey shirt and tie and black hat, he grabs Ron's arm while the trio all turn to see what is happening!
    Quote:
    Not only were the trio dressed in their Muggle clothes today, but there was a chance to see them 'transform' after they had taken their Polyjuice potion! Quite a few scenes featuring Albert, Mafalda, and Reg were shot as they hurried once again up the street away from the Ministry and trouble. Being followed closely again by the Wizard, this time wearing a grey overcoat. Plenty of scenes were shot with all the main cast in or out of overcoats, most noticeably Harry with his knee length leather coat for a good few takes and also in his now well worn cream jacket; with some great photos of him holding his wand and casting a spell to come (great video to come of this too!).
Photos of man speaking to the older polyjuiced trio:    


  



  



Photos of man speaking to the original trio:    


  





  


Trio Enter Bathroom

Spoilers on the Trio Entering and the Statue from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a review from YuraGammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of the scenes at the Ministry of Magic.
    Quote:
    The Ministry sequence plays out almost exactly like the book. I have to say, seeing people flush themselves down a toilet to get there was very funny, especially because when we first see the bathroom, every stall has a line of people constantly going in but no one coming out. The statue at the entrance of the Ministry has been replaced by one of Muggles being crushed to death by wizards.
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of the Ministry of Magic scene.
    Quote:
    They've also replaced the former statue in the atrium with a new totalitarian-themed creation, which is made up of jumble of twisted muggles holding up wizards on a pedestal. 'Muggles in their rightful place', says Hermione.


  

  • There was also another scene filmed at Whitehall near Great Scotland Yard, London. The trio walk up to a stairway that looks like it goes to the underground, but it says 'Gentlemen' on the sign above it suggesting it is a bathroom. The trio stop while they speak to each other then Hermione goes around the side of the stairway presumably to enter through the 'Ladies' bathroom entrance. The boys then continue down the stairway. Notice that the skinny wizard that speaks to Ron earlier on as Cattermole enters the bathroom ahead of the boys. This scene was filmed as the others were first with the original trio and then again with the polyjuiced older trio walking in the exact same place. [source]
Photos of the trio by the entrance to the underground bathroom:    


  

  


  • TV Spot 11 was released on television, of interest is a shot of Harry polyjuiced as Runcorn getting flushed down the toilet while Ron looks on saying 'That's disgusting'. [video]
Video of Outside the Ministry
  • There is a video which shows two of the scenes above: First, the Stunning of Mafalda where Ron is walking down the street and bends over to tie his shoe, Harry then stuns Mafalda as he hides in a side door catching her as she falls, Ron and Harry then carry her through the doorway. Second, the Entering the Bathroom where the older polyjuiced trio walk up to the stairway entrance to the bathroom, stop and speak for a moment, Hermione goes around the side and the boys continue down the stairs.
Ministry of Magic Atrium
  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest are shots of what seem to be the trio entering the Ministry of Magic atrium. Notice people who look very like nazis checking a list as the employees enter. [video]
Screenshots of Ministry of Magic atrium:    


  

  


Thicknesse Speaking Inside Ministry
  • Actor Guy Henry announced that he will be playing Minister of Magic Pius Thicknesse for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. In the book, Harry and Hermione meet Thicknesse alongside Umbridge as they infiltrate the Ministry of Magic. Harry speaks briefly to the Minister who is thought to be under the control of Voldemort by the use of the imperius curse.
  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest are shots of Pius Thicknesse, the ministry of magic who is under Voldemort's control, speaking to the ministry of magic employees. The snatchers take people from the crowd. Notice Umbridge, Yaxley, and Runcorn standing beside Thicknesse. Also if you look closely at the shots were the snatchers are leading the man away you can see Cattermole, Mafalda, and what looks to be Percy in the crowd. [video]
Screenshots of Thicknesse addressing the employees and some being taken from the crowd:    


  







  




  



Chapter 13: The Muggle-born Registration Commission:    


  

Spoilers on Umbridge's Office and the Muggle-born Trials from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a review from Edward of the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is descriptions of some of the details during the Ministry of Magic infiltration.
    Quote:
    Ministry of Magic is turned into a propaganda factory, with posters, pamphlets, and other anti-Muggle propaganda.

    Dementors float above the courtroom where Umbrdige interviews.
  • There was a questions and answer session given by yuragammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description about the Ministry Infiltration.
    Quote:
    Do the trio skirmish in the Ministry of Magic scene with Umridge and company? If so does it take place in the courtroom? Is Harry under the cloak in this scene? If not how does he enter the room? Do the trio still split up in the ministry of magic scene or do they stay together the entire time? Does Ron go to stop the raining while Hermione goes with Umbridge to take notes and Harry goes off in search of her office? Yes, Yes, No (which is weird, the cloak is not even mentioned in the movie at all. If I remember correctly, all we get is a conspicuous glance between the three when they hear about one of the Hallows being a true invisibility cloak). They do split up in the scene and they go do exactly what you asked.

    During the ministry of magic infiltration do Harry and Hermione make their patronus?
 When they are trying to escape the dementors from the courtroom chase them and as they board the elevator (I guess you can call it that) Harry makes his patronus, Hermione does not.
  • There was a review from YuraGammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of the scenes at the Ministry of Magic.
    Quote:
    One thing that stood out is that the filmmakers were going to great extents to draw comparisons between the crusade against Muggles and Nazis. Later, when Harry enters Umbridge's office, we see workers making anti-muggle propaganda that looks almost exactly like Nazi propaganda. The guards at the ministry even have red bands around their arms, similar to Nazis. This was a little jarring for me even if it was also very strongly implied in the books, mostly, I think because of how visually obvious it is. The effects from their escape out of the ministry were very unfinished, but they include a run-in with Dementors in the court room, and some back and forth spell casting with Ministry storm troopers. Finally, we see them apparate in the wilderness, and Ron's arm being severely hurt, which puts him out of commission for a while, and sets the stage for his jealousy and eventual leaving.
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of the Ministry of Magic scene.
    Quote:
    Umbridge, portrayed by Imelda Staunton, gets to recapture her former sinister self presiding over a courtroom with a swirl of Dememntors revolving overhead. The Ministry now seems to be operation to create forms of propaganda against Muggles, which are being produced in mass quantities (When Muggles Attack).

    Umbridge's office at the Ministry is filled with ornate gold carvings on the walls, along with the pink brick and purring cat plates. Mad-Eye's eye is seen in the door of her office, but it was not clear whether Harry takes it for or not. Upon escaping from the courtroom and stunning Umbrdige, they are chased through the Ministry and end up disapparating to the forest.


  


Deco Detonators in the Ministry
  • TV Spot 12 was released on television, of interest is a shot of deco detonators going off in the offices where employees are making pamphlets. [video]
In the Courtroom
  • Actor Imelda Staunton will return as Dolores Umbridge. In the book, Umbridge is part of a Muggle-born Registration Commission for which Hermione, polyjuiced as Mafaldia Hopkirk, is forced to take notes. Harry searches Umbridge's office looking for the locket of Sytherin which she is found later to be wearing. Harry stuns Umbridge and takes the locket from her.
  • There were head shots released, of interest is Harry polyjuiced as Albert Runcorn sitting in what looks like a courtroom in the Ministry of Magic. This is during the trials for the muggle-borns.
Photo of Harry polyjuiced as Albert Runcorn:    


    


  • There was a trailer shown during the Scream Awards, of interest are shots of dementors swooping down from the wall where they've been crawling to attack in the courtroom at the Ministry of Magic. [video]
Screencap of dementors attacking in the courtroom:    


  

  


Trio Running from Dementors
  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest are shots of the trio running from dementors in the hallway near the courtroom and one of the trio in the elevator with Cattermole's wife while Harry cast his patronus.[video]
Screenshots of the trio running from dementors:    


  



  


  • Actor Sophie Thompson (Mafalda Hopkirk) mentions running from dementors in the Ministry of Magic.
    Quote:
    We were running away from these dementors, which Harry Potter people will know are these horrible creatures that suck out your very soul and they had to slow me down.

    I was in my high heels and everything because I'm playing this little secretary character ... and they said: 'Soph, you're going too fast! Nobody can keep up!'
  • There were mini clips released, of interest is a clip of Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Mary Cattermole running from dementors in the Ministry of Magic. [video]
Escape from the Ministry
  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest are shots of the trio running through the crowd of Ministry of Magic employees to escape. [video]
Screenshots of the trio escaping the ministry:    


  



  


  • In TV spot 4, of interest is a shot of Harry running for it through the Ministry of Magic atrium shooting spells at the pamphlets behind him. [video]
Screencap of Harry shooting spells at pamphlets:    


    


  • There were mini clips released, of interest is one of Harry shooting spells at undeseriable number 1 posters as the trio escapes the Ministry. [video]
  • There was a trailer shown during the Scream Awards, of interest are shots of Ministry of Magic Nazis chasing the trio in the atrium. [video]
Screencap of Ministry Nazis:    


    


  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is some shots of Ron running away from the death eater Yaxley in the Ministry of Magic. Notice you can see part of the new statue back behind Yaxley. [video]
Screencaps of Ron running from Yaxley in the Ministry of Magic:    


  

  




  




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Chapters 14-15 9/Nov/10 update ch. 14 & 15

Chapter 14: The Thief:    


  
Splinching of Ron

Spoilers on the Splinching Scene from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of the splinching scene.
    Quote:
    Here we see a great performance by Emma Watson as Hermione who sobs over Ron's body as she mends his splinched arm. Bone and muscle in his arm are exposed before the dittany is applied. She then casts the appropriate concealment charms over the Trio and their life in the forest begins.


  


  • The DH sneak peek on the HBP DVD included footage of the trio at the forest they apparated to after the Ministry heist. First we see Harry lying on the ground and then Hermione (with blood on her hands) preparing to cast protective spells. In the background we see Harry tending to an injured Ron who splinched his arm while apparating.
Harry lying on the ground dressed as Albert Runcorn:    


    


  • In TV spot 7, of interest is a shot of Harry on the ground after the trio apparated from the Ministry looking at the real horcrux locket. [video]
Harry dresses as Runcorn with the locket on the ground:    


    


  • There was an interview from Edward on Pottercast about the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is Hermione sobbing as she tries to help Ron after he has been splinched.
    Quote:
    Then when she was sobbing crying after they escaped from the Ministry and Ron has been splinched ans she is basically trying to make him better with dittany, the kind of heaving sobs and cries she's able to produce in that scene are also really good.
BTS: Trio after putting dittany on Ron:    


  


  


  • A photo surfaced of Harry tending to Ron's wounds. Ron has multiple gashes on his left shoulder/arm.
Ron's Wounds:    


  

  


BTS: Ron's shoulder:    


    


Hermione with her wand raised; Harry tending to Ron in the background:    


    


WB Photo: Hermione with her wand raised:    


  

Quote:
Ron gets splinched. Hermione fixes him with Dittany and sets up protection charms. Harry looks after Ron. (SC87)
  



Harry Looking at Marauder's Map
  • A sneak peek for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on the Blue-ray and 2 disc DVD releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince. Of note is footage of Harry looking at the Marauder's Map in the tent. Notice the small radio on the table. It is thought that this is Harry looking at Ginny's dot and this is the first place he does so in the book.
Screencap of Harry looking at the Marauder's Map in the tent:    


  

  



Voldemort Attacks Gregorovitch

Spoilers on Harry seeing into Voldemort's mind from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of the flashes where Harry sees Grindelwald and Gregorovich
    Quote:
    Throughout the film, a series of dreams/visions/memories tell the history of the horcruxes (the ones that we know of) and of Voldemort discovering the Elder Wand. Flashes of the previous films, including Dumbledore falling from the Astronomy Tower and Tom Riddle give us this background, while we get our history of Grindelwald and Gregorovich from Harry's link to Voldemort's mind.
  • There was a review from Eric and Emerson from the test screening of Deathly Hallows. Of interest was a description of Harry trying to figure out who Grindelwald is throughout the film.
    Quote:
    A young Dumbledore and Grindelwald appear together in a photo. Harry is forced to investigate this throughout the course of the film as he recognizes Grindelwald's face from somewhere.


  


  • There were mini clips released, of interest is one of Harry having a flash/memory. [video]
  • In this chapter, Harry sees into Voldemort's mind and discovers that Voldemort is looking for something (the Elder Wand). Voldemort tortures Gregorovitch, a wandmaker, in an attempt to find the location of the wand but Gergorovitch insists he doesn't know because it was stolen from him long ago. Voldemort looks into his mind, sees that he's telling the truth, and then kills him.
  • There was an interview from Edward on Pottercast about the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is mention of the horcrux flashes.
    Quote:
    Are horcruxes more adequately defined, described, addressed? Horcrues and hallows are really explained through a series of flashback and memory links between Harry and Voldemort throughout the film. They are sort of interspersed between major scenes where we see flashes of clips from previous films as well as audio such as Slughorn's conversation with Riddle, parts of that are played during these flashbacks that remind everyone what the horcruxes are and how they are created and why. We also see Voldemort's hunt for the elder wand and his interaction with Gregorovitch.

TV Spot 2: Outside of Gregorovitch's Shop: Sign of Deathly Hallows:    


    


Screencaps of Gregorovitch:    


    



TV Spot 3: Voldemort Speaks to Gregorovitch:    


  
  



TV Spot 9: Gregorovitch Cowers from Spell:    


    



Attempt at Destroying the Locket
  • Recent photos of Rupert Grint and Emma Watson taken on the Deathly Hallows set show Rupert Grint wearing a homemade sling. Ron splinches his arm during the trio's escape from the Ministry of Magic. We can assume the photos were taken sometime during the filming of the camping sequences after the Ministry heist.
Rupert & Emma on the DH set: Rupert wearing a sling:    


    


TV Spot 11: Hermione in the forest:    


    



The trio in the forest attempting to destroy the locket horcrux:    


    


  • A sneak peek for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on the Blue-ray and 2 disc DVD releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince. Of note is footage of Harry shooting spells in the forest with the tent on a hill in the background. He is shooting spells at the locket horcrux in an attempt to destroy it.
Harry shooting spells in the forest:    


  
  



TV Spot 7: Harry turns to look at Ron:    


    


  • There were photos released, of interest is one of Hermione with the locket. Harry gives it to her to wear after they are unable to destroy it.
Harry handing Hermione the locket:    


    


Hermione with Locket:    


  

  


  • There was a featurette released, of interest is one which shows a scene where Harry and Hermione try to destroy the locket horcrux and fail. [vide]


  



Chapter 15: Goblin's Revenge:    


  
  • Warwick Davis will play the role of Griphook

Summer Scenes
  • Fan reports from set on location at
    Swinley Forest near Bracknell, Berkshire where they mention:
    Quote:
    Scenes 89, 91, 98, 100 featuring Summer scenes and Ron constantly scanning his radio for updates! They hear news of Snape while Harry checks the Marauders Map. The trio hear a funny ticking noise and seek to find out what it is.....

Hermione Comforts Ron

Ron laying on a cot in the tent:    


    


Harry and Hermione sitting at the table in the tent:    


    


  • A 2010 Deathly Hallows calender featured new photos from the films. Of note regarding to this chapter is a picture of Hermione comforting Ron while he is laying down. Ron is wearing a sling.
Hermione comforting Ron:    


  

  



Hiding From Death Eaters
Trio hiding from dog in barn:    


  



  



Trio hide from death eaters flying overhead:    


  

  



The Locket Effect
  • New photos from on-location filming feature the trio in tall grasses. Hermione speaks to Ron and gives him some water. She runs up to Harry giving him water. Then Ron and Harry exchange words and Ron gives Harry the locket and Harry walks off.
Trio with locket:    


  








  



Trio Camping Under a Cooling Tower

Spoilers from Test Screening on Cooling Tower:    


  
  • There was a questions and answer session given by yuragammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows. Of interest is an answer about a scene while camping near a cooling tower.
    Quote:
    Was there a shot with a Cooling Tower? Did the trio walk past some Cooling Towers in their travels? There was a shot of them under something that looked like a cooling tower, but it couldn't have been because they were literally under it. It looked like silos almost. I don't remember a cooling tower, but it's possible it was there.


  


  • An on location report states that Daniel Radcliffe was on set in the Midlands area of the United Kingdom filming near a cooling tower.
    Quote:
    During the day, Daniel Radcliffe was kind enough to come over and talk to her for a while, shook hands with her and my husband, and encouraged her to shout her name up the cooling tower where they were filming, to hear the echo. She was too star struck to do that, so he shouted her name for her.

Hermione looking at Ron's shoulder:    


    


Trio Under Cooling Tower:    


    


  • There was a featurette released, of interest is the trio camping under a cooling tower. Ron says to Hermione 'He doesn't know what he's doing, does he?' and Hermione responds 'None of us do'. [video]

Burnt Out Trailers
  • Two Potter fans were able to visit the set of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows at Leavesden studio and we learned from their report:
    Quote:
    Finally of particular interest is word that there is another new attack sequence, minor and not contained in the book by J.K. Rowling, has been added to the film to showcase the ongoing war. The report says 'It appeared to be a bunch of burned trailers / mobile homes. Apparently in this scene, Harry and Hermione show up at this camp site only to find that the Death Eaters have already attacked and destroyed some of the trailers.'
  • In a video by London Taxi, we see on set at Leavesden studio what looks like burnt out trailers or mobile homes. It is unsure what this set will be used for, but there is speculation that possibly Harry and Hermione are camping while on the run and come upon these trailers which have just been attacked by death eaters. [video]

Horcrux Featurette: Trio by a lot of burnt out trailers:    


    


  • There were photos released, of interest is one of the trio by some burnt out trailers. It is has been thought that the trailers were death eaters/snatchers attacks on muggles or on those in hiding.
Trio by burnt trailers:    


  

  



Harry and Ron on Hill

Calendar: Harry running on hill:    


  

  


  • A sneak peek for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on the Blue-ray and 2 disc DVD releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince. Of interesting is footage of Harry and Ron running up a hill with their wands out. This is possibly their attempt at finding food. [video]
Screencaps of Ron and Harry on hill:    


  


  



Harry on the ground:    


    



Trio by a Lake

Spoilers on the radio from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of the use of the radio to learn snape is headmaster.
    Quote:
    In regards to Snape, @Valeria, the wizarding wireless is played while they are camping, and a quick audio clip from the radio is heard announcing Snape as Headmaster. PotterWatch, as it is featured in the book, is not part of the film, though.
  • In comments by Dylan who was at the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows we have a description of the Ron listening to the radio while the trio were camping.
    Quote:
    It is interesting to note that, while Ron listens to his radio, the Potterwatch subplot is mostly overlooked. Since the movie is very much focused only on what Harry, Ron and Hermione are doing (think, for example, how in War of the Worlds or Signs we never really see what's going on in the outside world), I thought the underuse of Potterwatch was a missed opportunity to show how horrible things were out in the rest of the world.
  • There was a questions and answer session given by yuragammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows. Of interest is a desctiption of the use of the radio in the film.
    Quote:
    Do the trio ever hear about Ginny, Neville, and Luna trying to take the sword from the heads office? If so where do they hear it, on the radio, or somewhere else? This was entirely cut. No scenes at Hogwarts. Potterwatch was reduced to a bunch of static with the radio saying names of people who had disappeared.
  • There was a questions and answer session given by yuragammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows. Of interest is an answer to why Ron leaves.
    Quote:
    Do we get to see Ted, Dean and Griphook in the forest talking about the fake sword in the Gringotts Wizarding Bank and the punishment given by Snape to Ginny for trying to steal the sword? If not then why does Ron get angry and leave? No, there are no scenes at Hogwarts, and we don’t see many of the Hogwarts students. No mention of punishment. Ron gets upset from a combination of jealousy, Harry having no clue what to do the locket’s influence and Harry telling him to stop listening to the radio (a very cut down version of Potterwatch)


  


  • There were photos released, of interest is one of Harry looking into the mirror possibly the day Ron leaves.
Harry looking into the mirror:    


  

  


  • There was an interview from Edward on Pottercast about the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is the radio in the film.
    Quote:
    Do we know what potterwatch is? No. They are listening to the radio throughout the camping experience. It is never something that is mentioned or labeled. So it doesn't sound like their friends on the radio? It's not even their friends. It's just radio. So they are listening basically for obituaries names? Yeah.

Calendar: Ron by a lake with the radio skipping stones:    


    


Hermione and Ron by the lake:    


    



Harry/Ron Fight, Ron Leaves

Spoilers on the Ron/Hermione fight from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a questions and answer session given by yuragammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows. Of interest is a description on the argument between Harry and Ron before Ron leaves.
    Quote:
    Can you describe more the scene of Harry and Ron argument? Harry and Hermione come into the tent from doing something outside, when they come in, Ron is listening to the radio, and Harry says something along the lines that he shouldn't listen to it anymore, because there's nothing he can do. At this point, Ron gets livid and starts yelling about how Harrry doesn't care because he has no family to worry about, how he has no plan, how Dumbledore didn't give him any clues on what to do. After that, Ron decides to leave and asks Hermione to come with him and she says no.
  • There are tweets from Gabbytwitter on the test screening of Deathly Hallows Of interest is a description of the scene when Ron leaves.
    Quote:
    Ron & Harry's fight was hard to watch. Poor Hermoine was devastated, but you could see how worn out Ron was. You couldn't blame him.

    He [Ron] doesn't cry but he's upset and he accuses Hermione of liking Harry before he leaves them.
  • There was a questions and answer session given by yuragammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows. Of interest is an answer as to how the trio figure out the sword will destroy the horcruxes.
    Quote:
    You have written that the whole subplot with the dual portraits in Grimmauld place and the Hogwarts Headmaster’s office was cut in the movie, then how does harry finds out that Griffindor’s sword can destroy a horcrux in the forest? Hermione figures it out by herself one day out of the blue.


  



Harry and Hermione speaking in the tent:    


    


  • Comingsoon.net reported the Deathly Hallows footage they saw during ShoWest 2010. Of note for this chapter was the bit about Harry and Ron arguing:
    Quote:
    With all of this happening, the friendship is also having trouble withstanding all of the strain, and in one scene, we see Harry and Ron really going at it, even more than we've seen them arguing in the past.
  • A report from comingsoon on the footage from the San Diego Comic Con.
    Quote:
    Fast cuts lead to the famous three, looking haggard and in hiding. Ron is yelling at Harry. Ron has been listening to the radio every night to make sure he doesn't hear that any of his family has died in the war. Harry barks back 'Don't you think I've been listening too!' Ron nastily reminds Harry that his family is already dead and the two begin to fight.
  • A podcast by leaky cauldron and mugglenet on the footage from the San Diego Comic Con. [audio]

    Quote:
    Another thing we saw was the Harry and Ron fight. Intense.

    More of it. Oh my god it was heartbreaking.

    Rupert really did a great job.

    He was fantastic. He says you know 'Every night I listen to that radio just to make sure that Ginny and Fred and George.' and Harry's like 'What? And you think I don't? You don't know how this feels.' And the rest of it you've seen and you see Hermione like break up the fight.

    It was emotionally charge. It was very pulled the heart strings.
  • The MTV Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows teaser included part of the fight between Harry and Ron before Ron leaves. The two get into an argument and Harry lunges at Ron. Ron is wearing the locket around his neck and has the deluminator in his hand.
Screencaps of Harry and Ron yelling in the tent:    


  


  



Harry/Ron fight:    


  
  


  • This is a collection of the dialogue we have from this scene. The order is just my best guess and may not be completely correct.
    Quote:
    Harry: I thought you knew what you signed up for.

    Ron: Yeah I thought I did too.

    Harry: In case you haven't noticed we've found a horcrux already.

    Ron: Yeah and we're about as close to getting rid of it as we are to finding the rest of them aren't we?
    Quote:
    Ron: Do you know why I listen to the radio every night? In case I don't hear Ginny's name or George's or mum's?

    Harry: And you think I'm not listening too? You don't think I know how this feels?

    Ron: No. You don't know how this feels! Your parents are dead. You have no family.

    Hermione: Stop, please!

    Ron: Don't expect me to be great full just because there's another damn thing we've got to find.
    As Ron is about to leave the tent he turns to Hermione and says.
    Quote:
    Ron: I saw you two the other night.
  • There was a featurette released, of interest is footage from the Harry/Ron fight where Ron leaves. [video]
  • A full clip of Harry and Ron arguing has been released.[video]

Hermione with wet hair returning after following Ron outside:    


    




  




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Chapter: 16-17 - on 6 November 2010 updated Chapter 16 & 17

Chapter 16: Godric’s Hollow:    


  
  • Spoilers from Test Screening in Harry and Hermione Find Danger, Harry and Hermione Dancing, the Graveyard, and Harry and Hermione Discuss the Snitch.
Paranoia from the Trio
  • In an article from Total Film magazine David Yates, Rupert Grint, and Daniel Radcliffe.
    Quote:
    DAVID YATES: It's about these kids dealing with the outside world, this very dangerous place, and having to grow up fast. I think it'll help invigorate the series and charge it up a bit. And I think we need that now, because we're on the seventh film. You can't stay in a comfort zone. What's great is that Dan, Rupert, and Emma are so much older and they're benefiting from the complexities that they have to deal with in this story.

    RUPERT GRINT: It's all got kind of grown-up. The first part is mostly set outside Hogwarts – we're camping out and living rough and there's a lot of paranoia and anger, particularly from Ron. In the other films there's kind of a routine – you're on the train, then you get to the school...This feels like a very different Harry Potter.

    DANIEL RADCLIFFE: He has no idea how to find the horcruxes or how he's going to destroy them. So he's pretty useless, but he's getting through it with sheer bloody mindedness.
  • Actor Natalia Tena (Nymphadora Tonks) mentions in an interview Ron leaving and the relationship between the trio.
    Quote:
    I like the last because it’s trial times. You really get a sense of what everyone is worth. There’s a point where Ron leaves and I was like, 'Wow, Ron actually isn’t up for it for a bit'. Also, I really got a sense in the script that while Harry is important, it’s his mates that do a lot. Actually, if he didn’t have these two mates he really wouldn’t be winning. He needs everyone to believe. It’s quite an interesting concept because then you ask, well, is it interchangeable? Could it be anyone else that could have been the Chosen One?
  • Actor Rupert Grint (Ronald Weasley) also mentions Ron's paranoia in the final film. 'For Ron’s character there’s a lot of paranoia. There’s a lot going on, he loses his brother. It’s a war, really. It’s a war film. It’s quite intense.'
  • Actors Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) and Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) discuss the trios feelings of isolation from the wizarding world in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
    Quote:
    EMMA WATSON: It was so nice to be outside, in the forest and out of the studio - running about. It was so much fun. Because it’s such an emotional, heavy film, it was nice to get out and do some action stuff. They were very fun scenes to film. Being out of Hogwarts just makes it really different. It just gives the audience a whole different experience. I’m so excited to see it together.

    It's challenging in every way - physically, emotionally. They’re away from home. They’re isolated, they don’t have any news. They don’t know what they’re doing. They’re pulling at shreds. Dumbledore had hardly left them anything to go on.

    DANIEL RADCLIFFE: Harry is like a Roman Emperor in his last days and everyone is turning on him. Harry is completely paranoid about what Ron and Hermione are saying about him. He thinks they’re doubting his leadership, but while he is asking people that, he himself is doubting his leadership. He has no plan, so he is pretty useless.
Harry Looking at Marauder's Map
  • A sneak peek for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on the Blue-ray and 2 disc DVD releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince. Of note is footage of Harry looking at the Marauder's Map in the tent. Notice the small radio on the table. This is Harry looking at Ginny's dot and this is the first place he does so in the book. [video]
Screencaps of Harry looking at the Marauder's Map in the tent:    


  

  


  • There were behind the scenes photos released, of interest is one of Harry at the table in the tent.
Photo of Harry at the table in the tent:    


    


Hermione and Harry Find Danger While Camping

Spoilers from the Test Screening on Hermione Seeing Snatchers by Protections:    


  
  • There are tweets from Gabbytwitter on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of the snatchers smelling Hermione behind their protections while camping.
    Quote:
    She can see them but they can't see her but they do smell her perfume.
  • There was a questions and answer session given by yuragammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is an answer about camping scenes.
    Quote:
    What could you tell about the 'encounters' with Death Eaters during the camping scenes? Other than the one when they were captured, there is a scene where Hermione comes very close to a snatcher who can smell, but not see or hear her. She never seems to be in danger, she just gets worried the spell isn't strong enough.


  

  • There were photos released from a sticker book, of interest is Harry and Hermione in the woods.
Photos of Harry and Hermione in the woods:    


    


  • There was a behind the scenes featurette for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows called 'On The Run' with footage from both parts shown during the ABC Family Harry Potter Marathon. Of interest is shots of Harry and Hermione on a hill. Harry says 'We have to leave. We aren't safe here.' as they are walking down the hill. There is also shots of Hermione which seem to be the same day where snatchers are walking near her. Hermione is inside the protections that she has cast around their camp and the snatchers are outside of it, but they are still able to smell her through the protections. The foremost snatcher seems to be carrying someone which may be muggleborns. It is unclear if this scene happens after Ron leaves or before early on in the camping. [video]
Screenshots of Harry and Hermione in the forest:    


  

  


  • In TV spot 7, of interest is a shot of Harry in the forest. [video]
Screencap of Harry in the forest:    


    


  • Photos were released, of interest are shots of Hermione very near the snatchers.
Photos of Hermione and snatchers:    


    


  • Promotional shots were released, of interest is one of Hermione standing in the woods with the tent behind her.
Photo of Hermione in the woods:    


    


Harry and Hermione Camping Alone
  • A callsheet was found by a child visiting the filming site on location at Swinley Forest near Bracknell, Berkshire. In the article the fans mention seeing a scene where 'Harry emerges from tent to see distraught Hermione by the river'. This takes place after Ron has left and Harry and Hermione are camping on their own.
  • Photos were released, of interest is one of Hermione walking by the lake and Harry exiting the tent.
Photo of Hermione and Harry:    


  

  


  • Photo’s of Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson camping in the highlands of Scotland as their characters Harry Potter and Hermione Granger for Deathly Hallows. Harry and Hermione are wearing the same clothes that they are wearing in the photos from the Harry and Hermione Dancing in the Tent Scene suggesting this is the same day.
Photos of Harry and Hermione outside the tent alone:    


  

  


Harry by Himself On Rocks
  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest are some shots of Harry standing alone on some rocks. It is not certain if this takes place before Ron leaves or after. [video]
Screencap of Harry standing on some rocks:    


  

  


  • There were photos released, of interest a shot of Harry looking off to the side.
Photo of Harry with stubble looking off:    


    


Harry and Hermione Dancing

Spoilers on the Harry and Hermione dancing scene from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a review from YuraGammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of a scene where Harry comforts Hermione by asking her to dance after Ron leaves.
    Quote:
    The filmmakers added a very very good scene of Harry and Hermione setting the locket (and therefore, their worries) aside, and they have a very awkward, but touching dance in the tent. It was also one of my favorite scenes in the movie, because it brought some levity to all the bad moments they'd been through up to that point.


  

  • Director David Yates stated in an interview that Harry and Hermione will dance in Deathly Hallows. This scene will take place in the tent while they are camping after Ron has left them.
    Quote:
    It's very difficult to find a favorite scene, but something we just did as part of the movie truly is priceless. It's a scene where Hermione and Harry dance together and it's not in the book - it's something we created for the film and is actually very tender, very nice and respectful, and they also reveal some secrets about each other while dancing.
  • In TV spot 6, of interest is a shot of Harry and Hermione dancing in the tent. [video]
Screencap of Harry and Hermione dancing in tent:    


    


  • A sneak peek for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on the Blue-ray and 2 disc DVD releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince. Of note is footage of Harry and Hermione dancing in the camping tent. Notice again the small radio by the light. This scene takes place after Ron leaves because Harry and Hermione are wearing the same clothes they were wearing in those of them camping alone. [video]
Screencaps of Harry and Hermione dancing in the tent:    


  

  


Harry and Hermione Discuss the Snitch

Spoilers on Harry and Hermione Discuss the Snitch from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • Report repeat there was a questions and answer session given by yuragammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is an answer on the snitch during the scene where the trio get the stuff from Dumledore's will.
    Quote:
    Could you elaborate on the scene where Harry receives the Snitch from Dumbledore's will? Is 'I open at the close' there? The scene is very well acted, with a lot of tension drawn from great performances all around. The I open at the close isn’t there but much later in the movie, after Ron has left the trio.

    Was it mentioned that the snitch can remember the first person who touched it? Did Harry recall using his mouth to catch the Snitch during his first match? Yes and yes. Though it's a little bit later, when he and Hermione are alone in the woods.


  

  • There were photos scanned from the 2011 Wall Calendar for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is a shot of Harry in the tent playing with the snitch.
Photo of Harry in the tent with the snitch:    


    


  • Promotional shots were released, of interest is one of Harry in the tent with the snitch.
Photo of Harry with the snitch:    


    


Godric's Hollow
  • It is confirmed that actress Hazel Douglas will portray Bathilda Bagshot.
  • In February the first pictures of the sets appeared online. These buildings look similar to the ones behind the graveyard in Godric's Hollow as seen on the sneak peek of Deathly Hallows found on the 2 disc dvd and the blue-ray releases of Half-blood Prince.
Photos of construction of Godric’s Hollow:    


    


  • In an article was mention of an interview from the manager of the Lavenham Guildhall who stated that the crew took photos of the town of Lavenham, England to use as Godric's Hollow as well as the use of the Guildhall as James and Lilly Potter's house. [source]
    Quote:
    Although none of the cast was present for the filming, the characters of Harry Potter and Hermione Granger will be added through computer wizardry – meaning film fans will actually see the Warner Bros blockbuster's main protagonists appearing in Lavenham's streets.

    'It was all very exciting. What the film-makers are going to do is turn parts of Lavenham into Godric's Hollow (a village featured in the book and film series) and the Guildhall will be Harry Potter's parents' house. It is all very clever. They filmed parts of Lavenham and will edit out any modern houses and bits they don't want digitally.'

    'The film crew were planning to fly in a squadron of helicopters over the village to dump fake snow across the Market Place. In the end they didn't need to, the village was already covered in snow, which is quite ironic really. They took still frames of the front doors in the village which will appear as picture frames in the movie that open to reveal further magical scenes inside.'
Photos of the town of Lavenham, England:    


    



Photos of the Lavenham Guildhall:    


    


Graveyard

Spoilers on the Graveyard and Bathilda Leads Them to her House scenes from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a review from Eric and Emerson from the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest was a description of Harry and Hermione visiting his parents grave at Godric's Hollow.
    Quote:
    The Godric's Hollow scene where Harry visits his parents grave with Hermione is very moving. Hermione conjures a wreath for the Potters' grave.
  • There was a review from YuraGammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of the scenes at Godric's hollow.
    Quote:
    After Ron leaves, Harry and Hermione decide to go to Godric's Hollow. The scene right when they arrive is another one of my favorite scenes from the movie. The setting and tone are very dark, like the rest of the movie, but it is contrasted with the snow and the caroling they hear from a nearby church. The scene when Harry finds his parent's tomb is as close to perfect as possible. A very creepy Bathilda Bagshot shows up at the cemetery and leads them to her house.
  • There was a questions and answer session given by yuragammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a comment on the scenes at Godric's hollow.
    Quote:
    One thing I realize people have been asking is about the scenes at Godric's Hollow. The sequence goes like this: They arrive and they notice the Christmas caroling. Then, they see the cemetery and they go in. Hermione finds the tomb of one of the three brothers. Harry calls her over to show her his parents' grave. She lays a wreath. While they're talking Hermione notices Bathilda Bagshot. She calls Harry over and Harry decides to follow her. As they're walking to her house, the walk past the Potter house. Harry stops and makes a comment to Hermione about the significance of that place (can't quite remember what was said, sorry) There are no flashbacks or anything else. It's a nice quiet moment, and they they go to Bathilda's house.


  

  • On a 2011 Harry Potter Calendar we see a photo of Harry and Hermione in the graveyard.
Photos of Harry and Hermione in the graveyard:    


    


  • A sneak peek for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on the Blue-ray and 2 disc DVD releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince. Of note is footage of Harry and Hermione in the graveyard at Godric's Hollow looking at the graves of Ignotus Peverell and Harry's parents, James and Lilly Potter. This is further proof that Harry and Hermione will not be polyjuiced while in Godric's hollow because the parts of Harry and Hermione were played by Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson instead of random muggles. [video]
Screencaps of Harry and Hermione in the graveyard at Godric's Hollow:    


  

  


  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest are shots of Harry and Hermione searching the graveyard and Harry crying over his parents grave. [video]
Screenshots of Harry and Hermione at Harry's parent's grave:    


  

  


  • There were photos release, of interest is one of Hermione kneeling down before she creates the wreath to put on the grave. Notice along the bottom the quote: 'The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death.'
Photo of Hermione kneeling down in front of Harry's parent's grave:    


    


  • There were photos scanned from the 2011 Wall Calendar for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest are shots of Hermione finding a grave with the sign of the deathly hallows on it and a shot of Harry's parent's grave with the wreath in front of it.
Photos of the the deathly hallows sign on the grave and the wreath:    


  

  


  • Photos were released, of interest are shots of the grave with the wreath and Hermione comforting Harry.
Photo of Harry and Hermione by his parents grave:    


    


  • There was a behind the scenes featurette for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows called 'The Story' with footage from both parts shown during the ABC Family Harry Potter Marathon. Of interest is shots of Harry and Hermione in the graveyard. Notice what looks like Bathilda standing behind Hermione in the first shot. [video]
Screencaps of Harry, Hermione, and possibly Bathilda in the graveyard at Godric's hollow:    


  

  


  • Behind the scenes photos were released, of interest is one of Harry and Hermione leaving the graveyard.
Photo of Harry and Hermione leaving the graveyard:    


    




  



Chapter 17: Bathilda's Secret:    


  

Spoilers on Bathilda's Secret and Harry Seeing Into Voldemort's Mind from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a review from YuraGammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of the scenes at Godric's hollow.
    Quote:
    Just as in the book, she [Bathilda] does not speak in front of Hermione, and takes Harry upstairs, where she speaks to him in Parsel (a change from the book, where we do not learn that it's Parsel until later.) The effect of Nagini coming out of Bathilda were mostly incomplete. In particular, we saw what seemed to be a place holder for the most graphic scene of Bathilda's skin falling to the ground as Nagini comes out. What we saw were a couple of quick shots of her jumping out. Voldemort does not show up at Godric's Hollow before they disapparate out.
  • There was an interview from Edward on Pottercast about the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is the snake coming out of Bathilda at Godric's Hollow.
    Quote:
    What big effects weren't finished? The second bit was the scene where Nagini essentially comes out of the mouth of Bathilda Bagshot at Godric's Hollow. That was something that wasn't finished at all yet. There was a dot on the stage floor where that, they had a shot of the actress opening her mouth very wide and you could sort of start to see something come out of it but the actual appearance of Nagini was not finished.
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of the scenes in Bathilda's house at Godric's hollow.
    Quote:
    At Bathilda's, Hermione discovers the bloody cupboard where she was killed while Harry turns to see Nagini coming out of Bathilda's mouth, leaving what remains of her body and clothes in a pile on the floor. This particular shot was not complete in the film, for it was among the CGI effects yet to be finished. The fight with Nagini spills over into a children's room in the house next door, and leaves Harry bitten by the snake. Once they make their escape to the Forest of Dean, Harry lays unconscious for a few days, during which time he finds his way into Voldemort's mind and we discover more backstory about Grindelwald and Gregorovich.
  • There was a questions and answer session given by yuragammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is an answer on Harry breaking his wand during the Godric's hollow scene.
    Quote:
    Does Harry's break his original Wand or not? Yes, he does break his wand after Godric’s hollow. The core is phoenix red.
  • There was a review from YuraGammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of Harry going into Voldemort's mind when he passes out after he and Hermione disapparate from Godric's hollow.
    Quote:
    We see Harry having another of the dreams / shared memories he's had throughout the movie, bringing him one step closer to finding out about the elder wand. When he wakes up, Hermione tells him he's been out cold for a while.
  • There was an interview from Edward on Pottercast about the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is Harry seeing into Voldemort's mind after the Godric's Hollow scene.
    Quote:
    Are references made to how more and more Harry's getting joined into Voldemort's mind? Well that's sort of played up in those flashback and memory links. Harry's bitten by Nagini at the end of Godric's hollow, that is one of the main memory links or experiences we have between Voldemort and Harry and that is sort of how it is building and growing and there are references made. Specifically by Hermione who says I thought that you had blocked Voldemort, that you weren't going to do that anymore, let him into your mind, but any further or concrete explanation was not made towards that.


  

  • There were some head shots released, of interest was a shot of Bathilda Bagshot.
Photo of Bathilda Bagshot:    


    


  • There were photos from a wall calendar, of interest is a shot of Bathilda entering her house.
Photo of Bathilda entering her house:    


    


  • Promotional shots were released, of interest is a shot of Harry and Hermione in Bathilda's house at Godric's hollow.
Photo of Harry and Hermione in Bathilda's house:    


    


  • On a 2011 Harry Potter Calendar we see a photo of Hermione inside what is most likely Bathilda's house.
Photo of Hermione in Bathilda's house at Godric's Hollow:    


    


  • There were photos scanned from the 2011 Wall Calendar for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is a shot of Bathilda looking creepy holding a candle.
Photo of Bathilda with candle:    


    


  • There were photos released in Empire magazine, of interest is Harry walking around the house at Godric's Hollow.
Photo of Harry walking around Bathilda's house alone:    


    


  • Promotional shots were released, of interest was a shot of Harry in the room where the snake is attacked. Notice the snake head on a stick.
Photo of Harry and the snake head:    


    


  • There was a behind the scenes featurette for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows called 'On The Run' with footage from both parts shown during the ABC Family Harry Potter Marathon. Of interest is shots of Harry. Harry is wearing his coat and the camera dips toward him. The camera is being the snake. [video]
Screencaps of Harry in an unknown room:    


  

  


  • There were photos from a calendar, of interest is a shot of Harry on the ground in the hole between the two houses.
Photo of Harry on the ground at Godric's hollow:    


    


  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is some shots of the snake, Nagini, attacking Harry in what looks like a child's room. Notice Harry is wearing the locket horcrux around his neck. [video]
Screencaps of Nagini attacking Harry at Godric's Hollow:    


  

  


  • In TV spot 7, of interest is a shot of Hermione looking in the cabinet which we have learned is full of the blood. [video]
Screencap of Hermione opening the cabinet:    


    


  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest are shots of the snake attacking and of Hermione shooting a spell in the house. [video]
Screenshots of the snake attacking and Hermione shooting a spell in the house at Godric's hollow:    


  

  


  • There was a trailer shown during the Scream Awards, of interest are shots of Hermione attacking the snake which seems to be engulfed in flame. [video]
Screencaps of Snake and fire:    


  

  


  • In an interview with Regis and Kelly, Daniel Radciffe (Harry Potter) discusses a mishap while filming a scene about the snake Nagini where he attempts to fight off the snake with a chair.
    Quote:
    Didn't you have an episode with a snake? DANIEL RADCLIFFE: There was this whole bit I had to do in the film that we are doing at the moment, number 7, where I'm fighting this snake Nagini and the snake was being played by a guy called Greg Powell who's a big stunt coordinator and he's got a boxing glove on the end of a pole. And I'm fighting it off, it's really high tech this stuff, you know, and I'm fighting it off with a chair. [video]
Harry After Godric's Hollow
  • Photos were released, of interest is a shot of Harry with injuries possibly after the scenes at Godric's hollow.
Photo of Harry with injuries:    


    




  




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Chapters 18-19 4/Nov/10 update ch. 18 & 19

Chapter 18: The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore:    


  

Hermione Reading The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore

Cover of The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore:    


  
  


  • Producer David Heyman discusses how the characters will learn about Dumbledore's past: [audio]:
    Quote:
    Heyman discussing Dumbledore's past: We have Hermione reading parts of the book and we also have a character at the wedding who talks about Dumbledore's past. There's Elphias Doge, who also has a more favorable opinion of Dumbledore. Hermione finds Rita Skeeter's book and she reads the book to them.
  • There were photos released, of Harry and Hermione sitting in the forest discussing Dumbledore's past as written in The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore and discussing Harry's broken wand. This is the same day the evening of the Silver doe scene.
Hermione sitting by a tree:    


  

  


Harry sitting in the forest talking to Hermione about the book:    


    


  • Hermione hands the book to Harry and leaves him alone outside to stand guard for the night.
WB Photo: Hermione handing Harry The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore:    


  

Quote:
Harry and Hermione discuss Dumbledore and Grindelwald. Harry finds out his wand is broken in the Forest of Dean (SC139)
  


Harry reading the book:    


    




  



Chapter 19: The Silver Doe:    


  

Spoilers on the Silver doe scene from Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • In comments by Dylan who was at the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows we have a description of the silver doe scene..
    Quote:
    Afterwards, we see the scene of the Doe patronus leading Harry to Griffindor's sword, and the scene plays out much like the book, including a very dramatic reveal that it's Ron who rescues Harry from drowning in the freezing water. After they get Griffindor's sword, Harry opens the locket so Ron can destroy the Horcrux. When it opens, a massive creature that looks a little like the Smoke monster from Lost appears and tries starts taunting Ron with everything that made him leave in the first place. The sequence hits a high point with what I think will be one of the most talked about things in this movie: a silvery illusion Harry and Hermione are shown making out topless. Great acting by Rupert Grint in this scene.
  • There was a review from Edward of the test screening of Deathly Hallows. Of interest is descriptions of some of the details of the silver doe scene.
    Quote:
    In the Silver Doe scene, Harry breaks his way though the ice to retrieve the sword. When he gets close, the locket around his neck chokes him and drags him under the ice.

    When Harry opens the locket, a Voldemort horcrux tornado appears from the locket, speaking to Ron, and unleashing spiders onto the ground before Ron.

    When Ron is destroying the horcrux, Harry and Hermione appear as silver porcelain figures, taunting Ron. The engage in a very sensual kiss, which ignites Ron into destroying the horcrux.
  • There are tweets from Gabbytwitter on the test screening of Deathly Hallows Of interest is a description of the Harry/Hermione horcrux kiss.
    Quote:
    Also, Hermione is topless during the HHR horcrux kiss. You only see side boob. lol. And her arm his angled so that it covers her up a little more. Same with Harry, he's shirtless but smoke covers everything below his torso.
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of the silver doe scene.
    Quote:
    This leads into, perhaps, the most thrilling and emotional part of the film: the Silver Doe. Rupert Grint's performance is spectacular as he makes his return, pulling Harry from underneath the icy depths and destroying the Horcrux. After Harry opens the locket, a tornado of Voldemort's dark soul rises above Ron, unleashing spiders on the ground and taunting him. In a very sensual turn, silvery porcelain visions of Riddle-Harry and Riddle-Hermione appear in the tornado and taunt Ron's jealousy by sharing a long and intense kiss. In an effort not to truly represent the evil of Voldemort and the situation, the Riddle-Harry and Riddle-Hermione, in the swirling mass of the tornado, appear topless during the final seconds of their kiss before Ron swings Gryffindor's sword down on the locket, destroying it.
  • In comments by Dylan who was at the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows we learn about the locket horcrux's reaction during the Silver Doe scene.
    Quote:
    Was the locket scene like you imagined it would be? When Harry opened it, Voldemort played on Ron's fears and it's great. His fears for his family, but very vividly his fear that Hermione is in to Harry. And the smoke that comes out of the locket is almost like the smoke monster from LOST. It has smoke versions of Harry and Hermione saying the most vicious and hurtful things to Ron. Then they start making out with very little clothes on.


  



Harry Following the Doe Patronus
  • HP fan site HP4U provided some information on scenes from this chapter:
    Quote:
    For those of you who wanted exact details of the BURNHAM BEECHES location shoot (seen it reported as Burnley Beeches on a few sites) and the 'Forest of Dean' set we can give you some details.
    Mainly 'tent' scenes, being filmed were 139 & 145 with the trio in their tent during Winter, they are discussing Dumbledore and Grindlewald, Harry realises his wand is broken while Ron is busy explaining how he found them.
    Scenes 140 and part 141 Harry sees the silver doe patronus and follows.
  • The scene where Snape's doe patronus leads Harry to the Sword of Gryffindor is possibly confirmed by these photos of Daniel Radcliffe walking through a forest. In the photos, Dan seems to be following a bright white light.
Filming: Forest Sequence:    


  


  


  • The Deathly Hallows sneak peek in the Half-Blood Prince DVD included some brief footage of what appeared to be Harry looking into the mirror shard before the silver doe scene and then one of him walking towards the doe.
Before the silver doe:    


  



  


BTS: Harry standing on the frozen pond:    


  


  



Diving for Gryffindor's Sword
  • The DH Part 1 trailer featured Harry swimming in the pond and reaching for Godric Gryffindor's sword.
Harry diving for Gryffindor's sword:    


  


  


Horcrux Featurette: Harry stuck under the ice as the locket strangles him:    


    


TV Spot 3: Ron's hand grasping the sword:    


    



Destroying the Locket Horcrux
  • David Yates spoke about the locket horcrux scene in a recent interview:
    Quote:
    In one scene, “a horcrux [carrying a piece of Voldemort’s soul] defends itself by producing nightmarish visions, and one shows Hermione and Harry embracing and kissing,” explained Yates. “It’s something intriguing and sensual for Rupert to react to, and Dan will be bare for that.”
  • In an interview with lavibra.com, David Yates talked a little bit more about the locket horcrux scene.
    Quote:
    "Well, Dan (Radcliffe) has appeared nude in the past, but there are a couple of scenes in the new film that will undress, but we're still thinking about how we present it."

    "It's a fascinating scene in which Harry and Ron (Rupert Grint) trying to kill a Horcrux (a magical creature). He tries to defend itself and creates an image of Voldemort's soul, that his look has a series of images between which are the Harry and Hermione (Emma Watson) kissing and embracing. And we will create something that feels very sexy and very intriguing to bring about reaction of Rupert (who Hermione is in love)."
  • In an interview with One Magazine, Emma Watson confirmed that she has to kiss Dan Radcliffe during the Locket Horcrux scene.
    Quote:
    I have to kiss Dan! It's a scene where Ron imagines a kiss between Harry and Hermione.
  • There was an interview from Edward on Pottercast about the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is details on the locket horcrux during the Silver doe scene.
    Quote:
    How creepy is evil Harry and Hermione and the locket? It's really good. The entire silver doe sequence is probably the best of the film. It was sort of like the smoke monster from LOST. I describe it as more of a tornado because there is wind and thunder and this big black tunnel of smoke of soul, of Riddle soul, this dark black soul coming from the locket. A lot of the parts of the film are taken directly from the book, so a lot of the dialogue is verbatim which is the case for this scene. It was really fantastic because this smokey Voldemort unleashes these creepy spiders, thousands of spiders upon Ron, they sort of engulf him or surround him rather.

    Then the speech about son least loved from a mother who wanted a daughter, second best friend who is in love with another referencing Hermione. Then these silvery porcelain Harry and Hermione appear from the middle of this tornado and they engage in a very sexual and sensual kiss in front of Ron to taunt him. They are both topless, but you cannot see anything really. When they kiss it is sort of from the side. You can tell they are topless, but you can't see anatomy, let's say.

    Harry was sort of behind the horcrux tornado shouting at Ron 'no don't believe it'.

    Dan is in his boxers a lot in this film. Both when the seven potters are changing and when he strips down to dive into the pond to first retrieve the sword. Ron pulls him out of the pond he is dripping wet in his boxers. They don't hold back. They don't try and change to be anything less then is in the book.

TV Spot 7: Voldemort eye in the open locket:    


    


  • From the Scream Teaser we see Ron move towards the locket with the sword raised and a pillar of black smoke seems to explode out of the locket knocking Ron and Harry to the ground.
The locket explodes in black smoke:    


  
  


Ron Moving away from the horcrux tornado:    


  

  


  • In the first theatrical trailer we see Ron fall back after he sees the illusion of locket Harry and locket Hermione embracing. We also see Harry telling Ron to kill the horcrux.
Scream Teaser: Ron moves away from spiders:    


    


Ron looking up:    


  

  


Scream Teaser: Harry in pain possibly seeing a flash into Voldemort's mind:    


    

  • There was a featurette released, of interest is a shot of Ron running at the horcrux with his sword raised and you can see a very fast shot of the horcrux Harry and Hermione kissing. [video]
Horcrux Harry and Hermione kissing:    


    



Harry telling Ron to kill the horcrux:    


  

  


Ron destroying the locket horcrux:    


  
  



Hermione Hits Ron After His Return

Spoilers on Hermione hitting Ron from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There are tweets from Gabbytwitter on the test screening of Deathly Hallows Of interest is a description of the scene after Ron returns.
    Quote:
    When Ron explains how he got back to them was really cute.

    My favorite Ron and Hermione moment was when she was mad at him. It was cute and you see how great they are for each.

    When Ron came back, Hermione was first surprised and then angry at him for leaving. Harry had to hold her back. It was a bit funny. Ron explains what made him come back, how he heard Hermione's voice whisper his name and ball of light went through his heart. Hermione softens a little, but still acts angry with him.

    She [Hermione] was angry and tried to beat him up and Harry held her back.
  • There was a questions and answer session given by yuragammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows. Of interest is an answer on Hermione's reaction when Ron returns.
    Quote:
    Do you see how Hermione reacts to Ron coming back like she does in the books? Does she hit him? Hermione get incredibly angry at Ron, and demands for her wand back (Harry took it when he went to get the sword) so she can cast a spell on him. Yes, she hits him.


  



Ron returning to Hermione:    


  
  


  • Hermione's reaction to Ron's return.
Hermione looks at Ron:    


    


Ron holding the destroyed locket:    


  

  


Harry standing there wet watching:    


    


Hermione hits Ron and walks off:    


  
  


  • TV Spot 11 was released on television, of interest is a shot of Hermione hitting Ron after his return. [video]
Hermione hitting Ron:    


  

  




  




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Chapter: 20-22 - on 6 November 2010 updated Chapter 20, 21, & 22

Chapter 20: Xenophilius Lovegood:    


  
Harry Tries The New Wand

Photo of Harry and Ron speaking in the tent:    


    


  • TV Spot 11 was released on television, of interest is a shot of Harry seeming to test his wand. This is most likely the wand that Ron brings with him that Harry uses as a replacement because his was broken at Godric's hollow. The wand causes flames to shoot from a jar and Harry yells 'reducio' and the flames stop. Hermione enters and says 'What's going on in there?' Ron and Harry both say 'Nothing' together. [video]
Screencaps of Harry and Ron and the flame in the jar and one of Hermione entering:    


  

  


Ron and Hermione Speak About the Book
  • Photos were released, of interest is one of Ron and Hermione on the stairs in the tent discussing the book, The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore. This is thought to be the conversation where they discuss the sign of the deathly hallows in the book and discuss visiting Lovegood.
Photo of Ron and Hermione on the stairs:    


    


  • In TV spot 6, of interest are shot of Ron with his hand raised. This is thought to be the scene where Ron votes with Hermione when she suggests going to visit Lovegood. [video]
Screencap of Ron raising his hand:    


    


Descriptions of the Lovegood's House
  • There were head shots released, of interest is Xenophilius Lovegood at his house.
Photo of Xenophilius Lovegood:    


    


  • A set report by HP4U at Leavesden studio mentions Luna's house and the Quibbler.
    Quote:
    I also saw numerous other sites within the studio, witnessing such places as Luna’s home, which held the many printings of the Quibbler papers being prepared. Around her door were numerous paintings of varied creatures, some of which it seems only Luna herself bears witness to. In the attic above was her printer which she uses to make the many copies of her work for all her readers to mull over.
    It also had some photos from the door of the Lovegood's home.
    Quote:
    The first ever look at some of the etchings Luna has created at the entrance to her home!
Photo of the door of the Lovegood's house:    


    


  • In another report from HP4U we see a photo of the outside of the Lovegood house. It is thought that the house will be heightened in post production. Notice the many holes blasted into the side of the building.
Photo of the outside of the Lovegood's house:    


    


  • Two Potter fans were able to visit the set of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows at Leavesden studio and we learned from their report.
    Quote:
    The Lovegood house set complete with Dirigible plums (bright orange plants) growing outside, is built with a stone base.
    Also a mention of the bust of Rowena Ravenclaw:
    Quote:
    A glimpse of the sculpted bust of Rowena Ravenclaw and the diadem perched atop her head. 'Stunningly beautiful detail!'
    It is unknown if this refers to the bust in the Lovegood's home or the statue in the Ravenclaw common room.
  • It has been confirmed that Rhys Ifans will appear as Xenophilius Lovegood. The Lovegood house is going to be in the film and there will be a huge printing press on the set according to director David Yates. [source]
Small photo of large Printing Press:    


    


  • A photo was released of the front cover of the Quibbler of which Xenophilius Lovegood is the editor. He writes against Harry once he finds out that the evil side has taken his daughter Luna and is threatening to kill her. The trio find a copy of the Quibbler in the Lovegood house on the day of their visit. Notice that the photo of Harry on the cover seems to be from the beginning of Half-blood Prince when the reporters are taking photos of Harry as he leaves the Ministry of Magic.
Photo of the front cover of the Quibbler:    


    



Trio Enter the Lovegood Home
  • There was a trailer shown during the Scream Awards, of interest is a shot of the trio walking over a hill and seeing the Lovegood house. [video]
Screencap of the trio on a hill:    


    


  • There were photos released of the calendar, of interest was one of the trio entering the Lovegood's house.
Photo of the trio entering the Lovegood's house:    


    


  • Photos were released, of interest is the trio in the main room of the house with Xenophilius.
Photos of the trio and Xenophilius:    


  

  


Xenophilius Lovegood in His Home
  • On the French Ultimate Collectors Edition of the first two Harry Potter films we see the first photos of Rhys Ifans as Xenophilius Lovegood. This looks to be the scene in the Lovegood's home with Harry and Ron also in the photos. Notice what most likely is the Erumpent horn to the left of Xenophilius as well as what could be Quibblers. Also in the first photo to the right of Xenophilius is a similar creature drawn on the wall as was in the previous photos that were of the door to their home.
Photos of Xenophilius Lovegood in his house:    


    


  • Behind the scenes photos were released, of interest was a shot of Xenophilius in his house. Notice the printing press.
The Lovegood house:    


    




  



Chapter 21: The Tale of the Three Brothers:    


  

Spoilers on the character of Xenophilius Lovegood, The Tale of the Three Brothers, and the Snatcher Chase and Capture scenes from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of the character of Xenophilius Lovegood.
    Quote:
    Rhys Ifans plays the desperate father who will do anything to get his child back to a tee.
  • There was an interview from Edward on Pottercast about the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is the character of Xenophilius Lovegood.
    Quote:
    How is Xenophilius? The best part of his performance was later on back when they visit him at his house which, essentially looks like a tree stump, is this broken shell of a father will do anything to get his daughter back. Do we see Luna's room? No. I'm afraid we don't.
  • There was a review from YuraGammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of the trio learning about the hallows at the Lovegood's house by reading the Tale of the Three Brothers.
    Quote:
    After that, they decide to visit Mr. Lovegood, where they finally learn about the symbol of the Hallows. In an inspired choice by the filmmakers, we do not only hear the Tale of the Three Brothers as Hermione reads it, but also shown it through an animation sequence. It's a little tough to describe, but I'll try my best. It's a pretty barebones animation set against a simple background that looks like old and yellowed paper. The characters look basically like 3D animated stick figures, and almost like a scaled back version of something Tim Burton would do. Everyone I talked to thought that the sequence was a very clever way to get through a lot of exposition.
  • There was a questions and answer session given by yuragammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description on the Tale of the Three Brothers.
    Quote:
    Can you give us a detailed description about how was the hallow's story told? Like I wrote on my original review, Hermione's telling the story but the movie cuts to an animated sequence that looks like a cross between stick figures and a Tim Burton movie. (Though it's not as creepy as what Tim Burton would do) It's kinda hard to describe the visuals to be honest. The actual story is almost verbatim to the book.
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of the Lovegood, Snatcher Chase, and Capture scenes.
    Quote:
    This intense sequence is followed by the reunited Trio seeking out more information from Xenophilius Lovegood about the strange symbol he wore at the wedding. In a truly spectacular animation, the story of The Three Brothers is told in a completely unique style where the characters of Death and the brothers transform from shrouded skeletons to semi-formed puppets to, finally, puppet like mannequins as they relate the tale. Hermione's voice reading the tale accompanies the animation, which lasts nearly three minutes. In my opinion, it is truly one of the best three minutes these films have produced. Xeno's broken state of mind is played beautifully by Rhys Ifans. The Death Eaters are called to the tree stump-shaped house by Xeno who says Voldemort's name, which is now tabooed. The Trio escapes briefly, but run into a gang of Snatchers, who chase them down in the forest. During this time, Harry also drifts into one final connection with Voldemort which shows the Dark Lord questioning an aged Grindelwald, who tells him the Elder Wand remains with Dumbledore in his grave.
  • There was a questions and answer session given by yuragammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is an answer about how Voldemort realizes that Dumbledore's wand is the elder wand.
    Quote:
    The only thing that confused me was no talk with Ollivander before Voldemort goes to Dumbledore's tomb. Is it made clear that Dumbledore's wand is the elder wand before Voldelmort takes it? How? I think he finds out through Gregorovitch and Harry sees it through one of the times he sees Voldemort's mind. He realizes Voldemort will have the Elder Wand.
  • There was a review from YuraGammer on the test screening of Deathly Hallows, of interest is a description of the snatchers attacking the Lovegood house which leads to the snatchers chasing the trio through the woods where they get captured.
    Quote:
    Another change from the book is that Mr. Lovegood calls the Death Eaters to his house by saying Voldemort's name out loud. (The taboo was mentioned by Ron earlier in the movie, but not really explained.) After they manage to escape the attack, they apparate immediately to where the snatchers are. They get chased down through the forest, shooting spells from their wands. The scene seemed to be shot with a hand held camera, and there was a lot of shaking and quick cuts, like a Jason Bourne chase sequence. The effects on this scene also looked like a work in progress, and there was no music (and since most of the movie had a temporary score, we don't know if they intentionally left no music for this sequence.) They get caught, but not before Hermione deforms Harry's face so that he's not recognized, and then they get taken to Malfor Manor.
    The trio go to visit Xenophilius at his home. Hermione then reads The Tale of the Three Brothers and Xenophilius explains the deathly hallows. Lovegood then says the taboo word, Voldemort's name, which causes the snatchers to arrive. The trio escape into the forest near the house and are immediately chased and captured, but not before Hermione is able to sting Harry to hide his identity. The trio once captured are taken to Malfoy Manor.


  

  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest are shots of a book with the sign of the deathly hallows on it. [video]
Screencap of a the sign of the deathly hallows:    


    


  • There was a promotional video for the Harry Potter Film Wizardry book released, of interest is a shot of the interior of Lovegood looking at the sign of the deathly hallows in a book. Another shot was released, of interest is the front cover of the The Tales of Beedle the Bard and the shot beside the cover looks like black on parchment which may be an example of how the tale of the three brothers is shown as Hermione reads from the book. [video]
Photo of Lovegood looking at the sign of the deathly hallows:    


    


Photo of the cover of Beedle and an example of the animation shown during the story:    


    


  • In TV spot 2, of interest is are shots of Lovegood speaking to Harry. Xenophilius says 'It's really you they want.' This is probably right before the he says Voldemort's name and the death eaters arrive. [video]
Screencaps of Lovegood speaking to Harry:    


  

  


The Lovegood House Attacked
  • In an article from Entertainment Weekly there are shots of the Lovegood house under attack. There is one shot of Xenophilius Lovegood on the stairs outside his house while spells explode to the right of him. The second shot is of Harry on the ground inside the house and you can see that spells have damaged the wall behind him.
Photos of Xenophilius on the stairs and Harry on the floor during the skirmish at the Lovegood's house:    


  

  


  • There were mini clips released, of interest is one of the Lovegood house being attacked and the trio all grabbing hands to disapparate from inside. [video]
  • Two Potter fans were able to visit the set of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows at Leavesden studio and we learned from their report.
    Quote:
    The Lovegood house set complete with Dirigible plums (bright orange plants) growing outside, is built with a stone base with 'the right side of the house pitted with holes where Death Eater spells had hit (squib explosions)'. The report also states that 'they were prepping the house again for a much bigger version of that fight, apparently. They were adding even more squibs for the new fight.'
    This may be confirmation that the Lovegood house is wrecked by the explosion of an Erumpent horn during the trios visit. It may be that the explosion is set off when the trio exchange spells with death eaters and not with Xenophilius Lovegood. The report does suggest that there is more to this scene then was in the book.
  • The first tv spot of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest are shots of death eaters flying around the Lovegood house and then a shot of the house collapsing. [video]
Screenshots of the Lovegood house being attacked by death eaters:    


  
  


  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest are shots of the inside of the Lovegood house being attack as well as the outside as it collapses. Xenophilius exits the house 'I've got him'. Also of interest is a bird flying around the house. [video]
Screenshots of the attack on the Lovegood house:    


  








  




  



Chapter 22: The Deathly Hallows:    


  
Trio In The Forest
  • In TV spot 4, of interest is a shot of Ron in the forest between the scene at the Lovegood house and the Chase and Capture scene. Ron says 'Is there no one we can trust?' [video]
Screencap of Ron with Harry behind him:    


    


Harry Sees Voldemort Speak to Grindelwald
  • The first tv spot of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest are shots of Harry on the ground. It is thought that this is when Harry sees in his mind Voldemort speaking to Grindelwald about the elder wand. [video]
Screencaps of Harry on the ground and Voldemort speaking to someone:    


  
  


  • In TV spot 3 & 4, of interest are shots of Voldemort arriving at Nurmengard to try and find where the elder wand is hidden. Voldemort enters in black smoke form through a small hole and Grindelwald smiles up at him and Voldemort smiles down. [Video 3] [Video 4]
Screencaps of Nurmengard and Voldemort and Grindelwald:    


  



  


  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest is a shot of Grindelwald smiling most likely at Voldemort. [video]
Screenshot of Grindelwald smiling:    


    


Snatchers
  • A continuation of the fan report on location at Swinley Forest near Bracknell, Berkshire discusses Fenrir Greyback and multiple doubles of Harry, Ron, and Hermione.
    Quote:
    No doubt a surreal moment on set and as shown in some of Ashley’s photos was the number of ‘body doubles’ for Harry, Ron, and especially Hermione! – ‘it was hard to get pictures of Hermione, there were so many of her wearing the same clothes, they all had similar hair and features they all looked like her as they came to and from the base’. I’ve been asked to make a special mention by one female fan of Dave Legeno who judging by the photographs looks every bit perfect in his casting as Fenrir Greyback. The well known UK Actor was seen in full make up setting off to get his lunch (on a plate!); and on his return playfully growled at a couple of fans 'What you looking at!'
  • The fan on location at Swinley Forest near Bracknell, Berkshire was able to take a few very blurry photos of what may be snatchers as well as photos of Rupert and Emma. [photos]
Trio Running From Snatchers
  • A report on location at Swinley Forest near Bracknell, Berkshire.
    Quote:
    The scenes being shot here will be featured in both parts 1 & 2 of The Deathly Hallows. Night scenes and day action were shot by both film units.
    Quote:
    Regulars on location were Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson and in addition there were around 20 Death Eaters, including the very scary Fenrir Greyback!! Plus the Snatchers, (two of which are played by Chase Armitage and Adam Brashaw) whom are well known already in the UK as ‘urban acrobatics’ (or experts in ‘free running’), and also trained in various forms of Martial Arts.
  • Fan reports from set on location at Swinley Forest near Bracknell, Berkshire where they mention that.
    Quote:
    Filming was well underway in Swinley Forest, Berkshire with scenes of up to 20 death eaters hunting the gang through the various forest locations, sending curses flying everywhere.

    Using five specially prepared areas, Harry, Ron, and Hermione were running through the trees at full speed in their attempt to get away once again following their escape from the trap at Luna's house, set by Xenophilius.
  • In a report by the MTV moviesblog about the Deathly Hallows footage from the San Diego Comic Con there are comments on the snatcher chase scene.
    Quote:
    There was one awesome shot that has stuck with me of Hermione firing her wand at bad wizards chasing the three of them in the woods, and the aggression in her movements made her fear palpable.
  • In a podcast by leaky cauldron and mugglenet about the Deathly Hallows footage from the San Diego Comic Con are some interesting comments on the trio casting spells and the urgency of the fight. [audio]
    Quote:
    There was also when they were running through the woods, something that you really notice, both in that and the cafe scene is the different way that the kids are using the wand work. Like it's a much more adult, defensive, instantaneous. It's not just pointing your wand and saying 'stupify'. Hermione at one point is running and she just like whips her wand behind her and something blows up because she's running so fast and she doesn't even have control of her limbs.
  • There was a behind the scenes featurette for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows called 'Forest Run' with footage from Part 1 shown during the ABC Family Harry Potter Marathon. Of interest is shots of the Snatcher Chase scene. [video]
  • There were photos released of snatchers and Greyback running in the forest. They are chasing the trio near the Lovegood house.
Photos of snatchers and Greyback running in the forest:    


  

  


  • A sneak peek for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on the Blue-ray and 2 disc DVD releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince. Of note is footage of Harry, Ron, and Hermione running from the death eater/snatchers, one which looks like Greyback, into the forest. Thanks to lcbaseball22 for the lightened screencaps of the fourth person which i believe to be a snatcher/death eater. They are running from Xenophilius' Lovegoods house after the death eaters attack and chase them from it. [video]
Screencaps of the trio being chased by snatchers/death eaters:    


  



  



Screencaps of Harry jumping over a tree as he and Hermione are chased by snatchers/death eaters:    


  

  


  • A teaser of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was shown at the MTV awards. Of interest is shots of Ron running getting during the chase. [video]
Screencaps of Ron running and getting knocked over during the chase:    


    


  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is some shots of snatchers/death eaters shoot spells at Harry and Hermione. [video]
Screencaps of Harry and Hermione running as snatchers/death eaters shoot spells at them:    


  

  


  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest are shots of Hermione shooting spells and Ron running through the forest. [video]
Screenshot of Hermione shooting spells:    


  

  


  • In TV spot 8, of interest is a shot of snatchers being blasted off their feet by Hermione's spell. [video]
Screencap of snatchers being blasted off their feet:    


    


  • There were mini clips released, of interest is a clip of the trios being chased through the woods by snatchers. [video]
Harry Being Stung
  • The first tv spot of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest is a shot of Hermione casting a spell in the forest, stinging Harry. Notice the two death eaters behind her. [video]
Screencap of Hermione in the forest casting a spell:    


    


  • A fan report on location at Swinley Forest near Bracknell, Berkshire they discuss Harry's face being stung.
    Quote:
    Another young visitor who was lucky enough to catch a glimpse of Harry before filming commented at how scary he looked after special effects make up was used, no doubt to film his clash with the Death eaters – "it looked like he’d been run over by buses" she said.
  • Two Potter fans were able to visit the set of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows at Leavesden studio and we learned from their report.
    Quote:
    Photos and sculptures of Dan’s hexed makeup where he’s hexed to hide his identity from the Snatchers. This looks amazing! The right side of his face is all lumpy and deformed. It’s hard to see Dan under this makeup.
  • Actor Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) on the set of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows mentions 'he was wearing prosthetic for the scene (being tortured he joked) in Malfoy Manor'. Because Daniel Radcliffe was wearing this makeup his photo was taken with a book covering his face. Also on set that day were Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley), Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy), Helena Bonham Carter (Bellatrix Lestrange), and Jason Isaacs (Lucius Malfoy).
Photos of Daniel Radcliffe on set with the interviewer:    


    


  • The first tv spot of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest is a shot of Harry's face looking puffy while he lays on the ground in the forest. This may be after Hermione has stung Harry before they are captured. [video]
Screencap of Harry on the ground:    


    


Capture of Trio by Snatchers
  • A callsheet was found by a child visiting the filming site on location at Swinley Forest. Of interest is the mention of a scene where the trio are questioned by Greyback, Scabior, and other snatchers. Callsheet 78 found for the filming Wednesday 17 June 2009 in Swinley Forest near Bracknell, Berkshire. [source]
    Quote:
    Scene 159. Exterior Pine Forest. Synopsis: Greyback and Scabior question them, they give false names. Evening 18, Winter. Cast: Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter), Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley), Emma Watson (Hermione Granger), Dave Legeno (Fenrir Greyback), Nick Moran (Scabior), Samuel Roukin (Snatcher), and 4 stunt snatchers and 2 sets of stunt doubles.
  • Actor Nick Moran (Snatcher Scabior) discussed his scenes for Deathly Hallows Part 1.
    Quote:
    The scenes I did were really, really dark, really, really dark, but when I went to see them they cut some of the worst bits out, and I was talking to producer David Heyman, saying, 'Oh no, why's that gone?' He said, apparently it was like watching Saw.
  • A map was found alongside the callsheet of the five areas where filming was taking place in Swinley Forest. Of interest was location 3 for the capture scene. Map found for the filming in Swinley Forest near Bracknell, Berkshire. [source]
    Quote:
    Location 3 - South Hill Park - Capture Scene.
  • A report on location at Swinley Forest near Bracknell, Berkshire stated that:
    Quote:
    The scenes being shot here will be featured in both parts 1 & 2 of the Deathly Hallows. Night scenes and day action were shot by both film units; these include the capture of Harry, Ron, and Hermione by the Snatchers (who then deliver them to Malfoy Manor) [and] several scenes involving the Death Eaters.
  • The First Official Part 1 Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released, of interest is a photo of Ron captured by the snatchers in the forest. [video]
Photo of Ron captured by snatchers:    


    


  • Actor Nick Moran (Scabior) discussed parts of the film being cut where he is violent towards Ron.
    Quote:
    I’ve seen all my bits although as you are probably aware some of them were watered down a little but because they were too gory. Some of the scenes became very real and when you leave my character in the woods with a load of kids what am I going to do? I’m going to do whatever I want.

    It was all a bit of a shock and they pruned down my torture scenes where I beat up Rupert, call him ginger and stamp on him. It’s going to be great, there is loads going on and then there is the second film which is going to be absolutely spectacular.
  • Photos were released from a calendar, of interest are shots of Hermione being questioned by Sabior. He smells her hair just like he could smell it in the earlier scene where she was behind the protections.
Photos of Hermione captured:    


    


  • Director David Yates discusses the scene where the trio are captured by snatchers/death eaters.
    Quote:
    We're here in the forest, we've just finished the scene where Harry, Hermione, and Ron are captured by the Snatchers after being chased through the woods. The Snatchers are brutal and scary but they aren't the most intelligent of creatures. They're trying to figure out exactly who it is they've caught.
  • Photos were released, of interest is a shot of Harry stung captured by snatchers and being questioned.
Photo of Harry being questioned:    


  

  


  • TV Spot 10 released on television, of interest are shots of Harry being blown off his feet by Hermione as she stings him and then Harry being held by Greyback. Scabior walks towards Harry saying 'What happen to you ugly?' both Harry and Greyback look towards Scabior and Scabior points at Greyback and says 'No. Not you.' [video]
  • In the photo of Xenophilius Lovegood at his home Harry and Ron are wearing the some clothes that they are wearing when they apparate to the beach at Shell Cottage after the scene at Malfoy Manor suggesting that this all happens on the same very long day.


  




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Chapters 23-24 4/Nov/10 update ch. 23 & 24

Chapter 23: Malfoy Manor:    


  

Spoilers from the Malfoy Manor scenes from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • There was a review from Gabby from the test screening of Deathly Hallows. Of interest is a description of the bad guys during the Malfoy Manor scene.
    Quote:
    When the trio is captured and taken hostage. You finally get some quality Death Eater scenes. You see Lucius Malfoy's desperation, Draco's struggles with indecision, and the nut case that is Bellatrix Lestrange. Hearing Hermione's screams while Bellatrix tortures her was enough to make me cringe. It was a complete relief when Dobby appeared to save them.
  • There was a review from Eric and Emerson from the test screening of Deathly Hallows. Of interest was a description of Hermione being tortured at Malfoy Manor.
    Quote:
    Hermione's torture really brings out a side of Bellatrix, an aspect of her character that we haven't seen before. What drives her to torture Hermione is both interesting and exciting on film. When Hermione awakens from being tortured she notices the word "mudblood" carved into her arm.
  • In comments by Dylan who was at the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows we have a description of the trio being taken to Malfoy Manor where Hermione is tortured.
    Quote:
    Given that the movie was going to be split, I thought that the escape from Malfoy Manor would be emphasized more, and the action increased, so as to give the movie one final large action sequence before the cut. However, it seemed to go much faster than I anticipated. After Bellatrix notices Griffindor's sword, she keeps Hermione for torture and sends the rest of them to the dungeon. The torture scenes are very intense, but a lot of what makes the scene work is seeing the characters in the dungeon react to Hermione screaming in pain. Bellatrix cuts the word Mudblood into Hermione's forearm. Harry looks into the mirror shard (something he's been holding the entire movie, while looking at Dumbledore's eye the whole time), and soon after, Dobby apparates to help Harry. An interesting note is that Wormtail is stunned by Dobby but he does not die in the movie. Given how much I hate that character, I hope they're just saving it for the second part.

    After they escape the dungeon, the confrontation and escape from the Manor goes very quickly. Dobby drops the chandelier, Harry dodges and wrestles Draco's wand from him (another interesting point is how Tom Felton played Draco with a lot of uncertainty of what's happening around him. In this sequence, for example, Draco barely puts up a fight with Harry for his wand, and the whole time, Draco has a conflicted look on his face). The scene ends with Dobby gathering everyone around him in order to apparate in Bill and Fleur's house. Before they leave, we see Bellatrix throw a knife at the group, and the whole scene is set in slow motion, so you see the knife flying towards Dobby, while at the same time we see the apparition portal opening up. We do not see what happens with the knife at this moment.
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of the scenes at Malfoy Manor.
    Quote:
    The Malfoy Manor scene saw a few changes from what was in the book, none of which greatly altered the outcome of the story as it has been told in the films. For instance, Wormtail does not definitively die in the film. Rather, he is stunned by Dobby which allows for Harry and Ron to escape. Wormtail aside, Emma Watson's shrieking as Bella's character tortures her own (Bellatrix brands "mudblood" onto Hermione's arm) still gives me chills. Bellatrix continues to be in top form when she uses her wand as a whip to take the sword from the low-rank Snatchers who captured the Trio. The Malfoy's also get to show their complete desperation, with Lucius, drink in hand, talking a defeated Draco into identify Harry. Throughout this sequence the suspense builds until that final moment when the dagger is thrown by Bella and disapparates along with Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Dobby to Shell Cottage.


  


  • Dave Legeno will reprise his role as Fenrir Greyback.
  • One of his associates, Scabior, will probably be portrayed by Nick Moran.
  • John Hurt has finally officially announced his return as Mr. Ollivander. We see Mr. Ollivander being held captive in the Malfoy Manor cellar during this chapter.
  • In a recent BBC Radio 5 interview, John Isaacs (Lucius Malfoy) has confirmed that he has completed filming the Malfoy Manor scenes. [source]
  • Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) has also confirmed that he has completed filming the scenes that take place at Malfoy Manor. [source]
Inside Malfoy Manor:    


    



Malfoy Manor
  • A recent fan report described the exterior of Malfoy Manor. It also described how Harry will look after Hermione configures his face to hide his identity:
    Quote:
    Giant hedges (15 feet tall or more) and two large, stone pillars flanking either side of the entrance adorn the exterior of one of the Malfoy Manor sets.
    Photos and sculptures of Dan’s hexed makeup where he’s hexed to hide his identity from the Snatchers. This looks amazing! The right side of his face is all lumpy and deformed. It’s hard to see Dan under this makeup
  • In an interview with MTV News, Tom Felton spoke about Draco's vulnerability and the choices he makes in Deathly Hallows. Felton mentioned a specific scene in which Draco must choose whether or not to help Harry during the Malfoy Manor scene. [video]
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Tom Felton
    "From my character's point of view, a lot has been left to interpretation. Even when we did takes, we did three or four different versions, so I'm intrigued which ones they're actually going to use."

    "[There is] one take where you want to help Harry. The books, I think, kind of left it up to the interpretation of the reader, really, so one way you internally want to help him, the other side where you're just confused, so I'm intrigued to see which bits David [Yates] cuts out of it."

    "Jo always talked about him as being vulnerable," Felton said. "Most bullies are. They're actually hugely insecure and have their own problems, and he has the worst parental guidance of any child I've ever seen in my life."

    "Daniel and I talk about him as two sides of the coin. Harry has these great influences, even though his parents have passed. But Draco’s just … he’s damned if he does and damned if he doesn’t, really. He’s kind of stuck there."
  • Parts of the Malfoy Manor scene were shown during the ShoWest 2010 screening of Deathly Hallows footage. Comingsoon.net reports:
    Quote:
    We see...as well as quite a lot of Helena Bonham Carter's Bellatrix Lestrange acting suitably crazy as she interacts with the kids after they've been captured and are being brought to the Death Eaters safe house.

TV Spot 9: Bellatrix and Scabior with Ron and Hermione captive behind her:    


    


  • The audio of the footage at the San Diego Comic Con was released, of interest is Bellatrix and a snatcher speaking at Malfoy Manor.
    Quote:
    BELLATRIX: 'We've got Harry Potter.'

    SNATCHER: 'Well we won't be forgetting who actually caught him.'
  • A podcast by leaky cauldron and mugglenet on the footage from the San Diego Comic Con. [audio]

    Quote:
    And also a lot of Bellatrix being crazy. She's crazy.

    She's worst then ever.

    Yeah. There is one shot close up on her mouth and she's just making these weird noises like 'eeee'.

    She's like 'We've got Harry Potter' and you see them pushing him towards...we see the big hedges and the gate that you approach Malfoy Manor. You see her pushing Harry towards the door. And there's also, I don't know who this was, like a snake kind of whip thing that comes out of somebody's wand and gets somebody around the neck.

    That wasn't Nagini was it?

    Was it Nagini? It wasn't an actual whip, but I am not sure if it came out of a wand. It looked to me like Ron that got it maybe like disfigured. I don't know. But Hermione Bellatrix is holding her with the knife.

    Tom and Dan had to be face to face, like an inch apart from each other like staring at each other.
  • The first TV Spot for Deathly Hallows Part 1 featured Bellatrix holding the Gryffindor sword while using her wand as a whip to attack the snatchers.
Bellatrix with wand whip:    


  

  



Bellatrix Tortures Hermione
  • In an interview with MTV, Helena Bonham Carter spoke about her role in Deathly Hallows and mentioned Bellatrix torturing Hermione. The interview can be seen here.
  • There was an interview from Edward on Pottercast about the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is Hermione being tortured at Malfoy Manor.
    Quote:
    What's going on with Hermione getting mudblood carved into her arm? Another great acting performance from Emma Watson where Hermione is being tortured by Bellatrix for information about Gryffindor's sword. So basically Bella has her on the floor of Malfoy Manor, sort of like pining her down, and their faces are millimeters apart and she's asking questions and Hermione's screaming and shrieking and crying. Then Hermione says she doesn't know how the sword was changed and then you see Bellatrix stretch out her arm and put her wand there. Then there is a shot a few minutes later of Hermione just laying there after Bella jumps off of her after Dobby comes back and they have there own exchange where you can see 'mudblood' in bloody read letters on her forearm. The kind of shrieks and screams that Emma Watson is able to do are quite chilling in that scene. It is really rather powerful.

Cellar of Malfoy Manor
Ollivander in the Malfoy Manor cellar:    


  
  


  • While filming at Shell Cottage on location at Pembrokeshire, Wales a picture was taken in which Dan Radcliffe is seen holding up a small object. It looks like the mirror shard from the mirror Sirius gave Harry in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. While trapped in the Malfoy Manor cellar, Harry notices a bright blue eye looking up at him from the mirror shard. He frantically calls for help and Dobby comes to the rescue.
Photo of the Mirror Shard:    


    


  • TV Spot 12 was released on television, of interest is a shot of Dobby with dialogue saying 'Dobby has come to save Harry Potter and his friends'. [video]

TV Spot 6: Dobby in the cellar:    


    



TV Spot 7: Dobby, Ollivander, and Luna disapparate from the cellar:    


  
  


  • There were mini clips released, of interest is one of Dobby disapparating from the Malfoy Manor cellar with Luna and Ollivander.[video]

Escaping Malfoy Manor

TV Spot 3: Harry shooting a spell in Malfoy Manor:    


    


Lucius getting blown off his feet:    


    


  • Another photo shows Emma Watson walking with a scar on her neck. This looks like the cut Hermione receives from Bellatrix's knife during Harry and Ron's attempt to save her. It seems that they will stay very true to the book.
Hermione's cut:    


    



WB Photo: Dobby in Malfoy Manor:    


  

  


  • In an ABC Family First Look, we get a glimpse of Hermione avoiding a falling chandelier and running to Ron. In the book, Hermione appears to be unconscious while Bellatrix holds a knife to her neck. After the chandelier falls, Ron grabs Hermione's unconscious body from the wreckage.
Hermione avoiding the chandelier:    


  



  


  • There was an interview from Edward on Pottercast about the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, of interest is the knife coming at Dobby as they disapparate.
    Quote:
    What big effects weren't finished? He [Dobby] also comes back to the big Malfoy Manor scene and the part that wasn't finished was one of the most crucial parts of the film was when Bella throws that dagger at them right as they are disapparating, so instead of seeing the actual characters it was more of a computer rendering of where their bodies and faces will be and the knife going into this like swirl of their bodies as they disapparating and disappearing and going pop. That was one bit that wasn't fully finished.

Trio, Dobby, and Griphook disapparating from Malfoy Manor:    


    


  • There were mini clips released, of interest is one of the trio, Dobby, and Griphook disapparating from Malfoy Manor. [video]
  • In the first trailer we also see Bellatrix throwing the knife that kills Dobby
Bellatrix throwing knife:    


  
  




  



Chapter 24: The Wandmaker:    


  

Spoilers from Dobby's death and Voldemort gaining the elder wand from the Test Screening Reviews:    


  
  • In comments by Dylan who was at the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows we have a description of the trio apparating at the beach near Shell Cottage where Dobby dies.
    Quote:
    Then the movie cuts to a beach, where Harry yells happily that they're all OK; until he notices that Dobby had been stabbed in the heart with the knife Beatrix threw. Dobby dies in Harry's arms, and he declares he wants to bury him traditionally, with no magic. This is the last we see of our heroes.
  • There was a test screening of Deathly Hallows and in a question and answer session is mention of Dobby's death and burial as well as the last scene where Voldemort takes the elder wand.
    Quote:
    Hands down, one of the most emotional sequences of this film was Dobby dying in Harry's arms on she shores of Shell Cottage. The burial of Dobby takes place on a bluff overlooking the sea. Harry digs the grave himself, and places the small House Elf in his resting place with Ron and Hermione. The final scene in the movie takes place at Hogwarts, on a small island just off the banks of the lake. Dumbledore's tomb is cracked open by Voldemort, who looks into the blank face of Dumbledore before taking the wand from his grasp and firing a lightning bolt into the air.
  • In comments by Dylan who was at the test screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows we have a description of Voldemort taking the elder wand from Dumbledore's tomb.
    Quote:
    The final shot of the film is the only to take place in Hogwarts, (I didn't see the castle, but it is likely that it will be added later) and it's Voldemort flying towards Dumbledore's tomb, cracking it open, and taking the Elder Wand from his dead hands. The camera focuses on Voldemort's joyous face as he obtained the only Hallow he was looking for, the camera zooms out and we see he's conjuring up a massive and ominous cloud. The end.


  


  • The scenes at Shell Cottage are confirmed and much of the filming will take place at South Pembrokeshire in the summer of 2009:
Construction: Shell Cottage:    


  

  


Shell Cottage Completed:    


    


Screenshot of Shell Cottage from the DH Seak Peek on the HBP DVD:    


    



Apparating to the Beach
  • A youtube video shows the cast's first take at Shell Cottage. In the video, we see Ron stooping over Hermione's body, Harry lying on the ground a few meters away, and Griphook standing motionless staring at the ocean. Harry stands up and staggers over to Ron and Hermione. He then turns around and scurries over to Dobby's body laying in the sand. Ron helps Hermione up but she then falls to her knees as Bill and Luna arrive. Luna stoops over to help Harry with Dobby while Ron holds Hermione and Bill and Griphook stand watching.

    Here's the video of the final take of the same scene. The only notable difference from the first take is that Bill kneels next to Ron as Luna kneels down next to Harry and Dobby.
Screencaps of trio arriving at Shell Cottage:    


  
  


Screencaps of Ron and Hermione at Shell Cottage from the first theatrical trailer:    


  

  


  • We also see a shot of the trio arriving at Shell Cottage in an ABC Family First Look.
Trio after just arriving:    


  


  



Dobby's Burial
  • Dobby's burial has been filmed. The movie burial will vary slightly from the book burial however because photos of filming in Pembrokeshire, Wales show Hermione carrying Dobby's body while Harry digs the grave and Ron watches. In the book, Harry buries Dobby alone.
Photos of Dobby's Burial:    


  








  



Voldemort taking the Elder Wand/End of Part 1
Dumbledore's Tomb and the elder wand:    


  




  


WB Photo: Voldermort hovering over Dumbledore's corpse:    


  

  


WB Photo: Voldemort with the Elder Wand shooting a spell into the air:    


  

  


  • It was revealed in Entertainment Weekly magazine that part 1 will end with Voldemort taking the Elder Wand. Voldemort breaks into Dumbledore's tomb and steals the wand.
Trailer Screencaps: Voldemort stealing the Elder Wand:    


  


  


  • There were mini clips released, of interest is one of Voldemort cracking open Dumbledore's tomb and shooting a spell with the elder wand. [video]


  



End of Part 1



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Chapter: 25-27 - on 18 September 2010 updated Chapter 26

Chapter 25: Shell Cottage:    


  
Griphook Trades Information for Sword
  • Photos of the filming at Shell Cottage with Warwick Davis as Griphook have emerged. There is one of interest showing Griphook carrying the sword of Godric Gryffindor. This confirms that the sword will be given to Griphook in exchange for helping the trio to plan and infiltrate Gringotts Bank. [source]
Two photos of Griphook one of him carrying the Sword of Godric Gryffindor:    


  


  




  



Chapter 26: Gringotts:    


  
Disapparation to Gringotts Bank
  • Two Potter fans were able to visit the set of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows at Leavesden studio and we learned from their report:
    Quote:
    Photos were seen of Ron. The report says 'from the looks of this, they will actually be putting very realistic prosthetic makeup on Rupert. In the final stage makeup picture of him, you would not recognize him as Rupert.'
  • Actor Helena Bonham Carter (Bellatrix Lestrange) confirms the transformation of Hermione Granger by polyjuice into Bellatrix Lestrange for the break in of Gringotts bank. 'For Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Helena also helped Emma Watson by inviting the actress to her house to talk through a scene where Bellatrix becomes Hermione after taking a magic potion. Helena wanted to know everything about Hermione in order to get the transformation right.'
  • A teaser of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was shown at the MTV awards. Of interest is a shot of Harry standing beside Dobby's grave at Shell Cottage. This is thought to be on the same day that the trio plus Griphook disapparate to Gringott's Bank. It is possible that Luna joins Harry beside the grave where they speak before she disapparates: [video]
Screencap of Harry by Dobby's grave at Shell Cottage:    


    


  • Filming at Shell Cottage on location at Pembrokeshire, Wales. On set were Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter), Rupert Grint (Ronald Weasley), Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood), Domnhall Gleeson (Bill Weasley), Warwick Davis (Griphook), and Helena Bonham Carter (Bellatrix Lestrange). They were filming the scene where the trio with Ron in disguise and Hermione impersonating Bellatrix by the use of polyjuice potion disapparate to Gringotts bank. [photos]

    In the photos we see Harry speaking to Luna who, it is thought, then disapparates. Harry is joined on the hill by Ron in disguse. Hermione polyjuiced as Bellatrix and Griphook carrying the sword of Gryffindor join them. Hermione points her wand at Ron's face, maybe to complete the disguise. Harry, Ron, Griphook, and Hermione then join hands in a circle to disapparate to Gringotts bank.

    Of interest is Hermione as Bellatrix carrying the beaded bag.

    Hermione impersonating Bellatrix comes up the hill pulling out her wand and points it at Ron. This may suggest that they will attempt to shock the audience by keeping the plan of Hermione impersonating Bellatrix through the use of polyjuice potion a secret until she strides towards Harry and Ron with her wand out on the hill.

    This order of events is just speculation based upon what we see in the photos and the clothes they are wearing.
Photos of Harry speaking to Luna, Luna then disapparates:    


  



  


Photos of Harry being joined by Ron:    


  



  


Photos of Hermione as Bellatrix and Griphook with the sword as they join Ron and Harry:    


  






  


Photos of Hermione pointing her wand at Ron:    


  





  


Photos of the trio plus Griphook holding hands to disapparate to Gringotts bank:    


  

  


Photo of Ron in disguise, Bellatrix as Hermione, and Griphook between takes:    


    


  • Also of interest is Dobby's headstone in the shot with Harry, Ron in disguise, and Hermione as Bellatrix right before the trio disapparate to Gringott's Bank.
Photo of Harry, Ron, and Hermione by Dobby's grave:    


    


Gringotts Bank
  • At the San Diego Comic Con there were props from the films, of interest was a photo of the Hufflepuff cup which the trio find in Gringotts bank:
Photo of the Hufflepuff Cup:    


    

  • It was confirmed that Mike Edmonds will be portraying a goblin charged with guarding Gringotts Bank.
  • Two Potter fans were able to visit the set of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows at Leavesden studio and we learned from their report:
    Quote:
    Scenes with 'lots of Goblins' are about to be filmed.
  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is some shots of Harry, Ron in disguise, Hermione polyjuiced as Bellatrix, Griphook, and another unknown personvin the cart in the vaults under Gringotts. The fifth person behind Griphook may be another goblin or may be a death eater. They seem to pass some bit of light which may be the enchantments that turn Hermione and Ron back into themselves: [video]
Screencaps of the group on the cart in the vaults under Gringotts:    


  

  


  • In a report by comingsoon from the ShoWest Convention is mention of 'footage of the kids being chased by a dragon'. [source]
  • Director David Yates discusses Deathly Hallows Part 2: [source]
    Quote:
    So you’re hearkening back to your gritty days of State of Play? DAVID YATES: Yeah, indeed. In Harry Potter Seven Part One, very much so. But, of course, Hallows Part Two brings that fantasy world back in full cinemascope. It’s full of dragons, and big wizard battles, and magic. To keep the thing interesting for me as a filmmaker, I want to serve the wonderful stories Jo has given us but I need to move it around a bit. I can’t feel that I am making the same film. Tonally, I need to shake it up a bit. Like Half-Blood Prince had a lot more humor in it than Order of the Phoenix and that was important for me, and I think it was important for the audience to not get the same journey. And Hallows Part One will feel very different than Half-Blood Prince.
    This confirms that the dragon will be kept as part of the scene where the trio break into Gringotts.
  • In a report by Cinemablend from the ShoWest Convention mentions the dragon: [source]
    Quote:
    We saw little bits of everything, from the seven Harry Potters escaping from the Dursleys house (totally surreal) to the attack at Bill and Fleur's wedding to the escape from Gringotts on the pale dragon.
  • There was a promotional video for the Harry Potter Film Wizardry book released, of interest is a shot of the teller room in the bank. [video]
Screenshoot of the teller room in Gringott's bank:    


    


  • A teaser of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was shown at the MTV awards. Of interest is shots of a pale dragon with chains around it's neck breaking through a wall in the Gringotts vault. [video]
Screencaps of the dragon at Gringotts bank in the vaults:    


  

  


  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is some shots of the dragon in the teller room at Gringotts as well and the dragon perched on top of the bank: [video]
Screencaps of the dragon at Gringotts Bank:    


  



  




  



Chapter 27: The Final Hiding Place:    


  
  • As stated in the list for the previous chapter a dragon has been mentioned by director David Yates, therefore, suggesting that the trio will escape by flying on a dragon.
  • We do know that the scene at Gringotts is confirmed and afterwords Harry, Ron, and Hermione do go to Hogwarts which suggests that they learn somewhere that the final unknown horcrux is at Hogwarts which is essentially what happens in this chapter.
  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is a shot where the camera moves downward fast over a lake. This may be the dragon swooping over the lake where the trio drop: [video]
Screencap of a lake:    


    


  • There was a behind the scenes featurette for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows called 'On The Run' with footage from both parts shown during the ABC Family Harry Potter Marathon. Of interest is some shots of what looks like the trio in the clothes that they wear for a disguise in the Bank Heist walking up a hill. This seems to be after the trio jump off of the dragon into the lake because the trio seem to be wet: [video]
Screencaps of the trio walking up a hill:    


  

  





  




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Chapters 28-29 18/Oct/10 update ch. 29

Chapter 28: The Missing Mirror:    


  
  • Ciaran Hinds has been cast as Aberforth Dumbledore! Aberforth plays a major role in this chapter.
  • A recent fan report described a little bit of the Hog's Head set:
    Quote:
    There is an Animatronic Hog’s head that is used in front of the pub, with the pub set open for cameras and more from recent filming

Apparating to Hogsmeade
  • A screencap from the Deathly Hallows sneak peek on the Half-Blood Prince DVD features the trio standing in a deserted Hogsmeade. "Undesirable # 1 posters can be seen on a wall. Since the trio are wearing the same clothes in the final battle, we can assume this is right before they meet Aberforth. The fog may be caused by dementors.

Screencap of trio at Hogsmeade:    


    


  • In an ABC Family First look, we get another shot of the trio after arriving at Hogsmeade. They seem to be hiding, presumably from the death eaters.

Trio hiding in Hogsmeade:    


  

  



Aberforth Explaining Dumbledore's Past
  • Ciaran Hinds, the actor who plays Aberforth, spoke about his role in an interview with the Hill-Man Morning Show:
    Quote:
    Basically I'm there to play one long scene where I explain to the kids - who are not kids anymore - about some part of the history of Albus Dumbledore's life that they weren't fully up to the mark in. But I did get, for one split second, someone put a wand in my hand and I got to flash it.
  • Ciaran Hinds revealed more about his role as Aberforth in an interview with movieweb.com:
    Quote:
    He is not in it for very long. I must warn you. Again, it was a great thrill just to be in it. He's not that involved in the story. I think he comes in near the very end, where he comes in and saves the gang from being torn apart by Dementors. He actually explains to Harry and Hermione, and Ron, the history of his brother when they were young. Even though he's gotten a few black marks for his behavior. They go through the whole cycle of it. But I'm not sure where that is going to be added to the story. It was a mystery to me why I was thrown into the pot.

    It all looked pretty crazy. My major scene took place in a small room. It was a room under the pub that he ran. It was very much contained, the scene that I had to do. Then I had to shoot for two more days, where they had me running around this huge set. It had been ripped apart in a Morlock battle. It was covered with people running around waving a wand in a certain direction. That was the mad part of it that I just had one day on. Last January. Most of the stuff I did in the film was contained in a small room.
  • Oclumencia posted a photo of Harry and Hermione inside the Hog's Head. They are looking at the mirror shard.

Grindelwald
  • It has been confirmed that Jamie Bower will portray Gellert Grindelwald, Dumbledore's childhood friend who appears in a flash back during this chapter. Grindelwald steals the Elder Wand from Gregorovitch. Here's an excerpt from a recent interview:

    Quote:
    "I play Gellert Grindelwald, who is an old friend of Dumbledore's," explained the 21-year-old actor. "It's a flashback character, which is good fun. I did a little bit before I went off and did 'New Moon.'"

    "No, I'm just doing number one," he answered when we asked if Grindelwald was scheduled to be in both halves of the split-for-the-cinema-sequels made from J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" novel. "Thus far, I mean. I haven't seen the script for the second one; I don't think anyone has seen the script for the second one."

    As for the look of Gellert, the actor revealed: "We're pretty much keeping it straight; the costume is fantastic — we had this idea that he's very bird-like. He's described in the book as almost looking like a crow or something like that, and we [latched] onto that; I have a nice jacket which makes me look cool."
  • In an ABC Family DH First Look, we get a glimpse of Harry and Hermione after Ron leaves. Harry says "we have to leave, we aren't safe here."
Screencap: Harry and Hermione alone:    


  

  




Harry & Hermione:    


  
  



  



Chapter 29: The Lost Diadem:    


  
Room of Requirement Tunnel
  • During his visit to the National Media Museum, Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom) participated in an interview in which he stated that he worked for two weeks earlier in the year, doing a tunnel sequence involving Neville, Harry, Ron, and Hermione. Matt states that during this sequence there was a great deal of dialogue (notably the scene where Neville leads the trio from the Hog's Head to Hogwarts' Room of Requirement).[video]
  • Matthew Lewis spoke about Neville's role in Deathly Hallows in an interview with the Yorkshire Evening Post.

    Quote:
    "He has become a reckless resistance leader with no concerns for his own safety. He wants to do the right thing."
  • Matthew Lewis spoke about Neville's role and how he has evolved in an interview.

    Quote:
    The teeth and the ears were the first to go, and then the fatsuit came shortly after - I look a lot more like him in the new film.
    I didn't mind wearing all those things because it was appropriate for the character. He's been a bit more bloody and battered as he's been living underground so we've made him slim out.
    Over the years, he has more depth and can stand up more for himself. In the seventh one, he's almost a completely changed man. He's a reckless resistance leader who wants to go and fight, and do the right thing. He's become more heroic, he's got heart, courage and loyalty. He's still not perfect, but he comes through where it counts.
  • A photo surfaced of students hiding out in the room of requirement. Cots and sleeping bags fill the room.

Students hiding in the RoR:    


  

  



  




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Chapter: 30-31 - on 18 September 2010 updated Chapter 31

Chapter 30: The Sacking of Severus Snape:    


  
In this chapter Harry, Luna, and Mcgonagall overpower the Carrows. Mcgonagall and Snape duel, but when reinforcements arrive Snape makes a run for it. The professors and students of Hogwarts prepare for battle as Harry looks for Ron and Hermione.

Needs Confirmation.


  



Chapter 31: The Battle of Hogwarts:    


  
  • Actor Ninette Finch was cast as Neville's grandmother, Augusta Longbottom, who is only in the scenes at the Battle of Hogwarts.
  • Actor Emma Thompson has now been spotted on set so this suggest that she will return as Sybill Trelawney in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

Battle of Hogwarts:    


  
  • It is confirmed that the Battle of Hogwarts is in the last film. Also director David Yates mentions this is the ‘Ultimate Battle’ in an interview that appeared in one of the first looks of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
  • Producer David Heyman mentions that the final battle will be very character driven:
    Quote:
    Ultimately, what makes these books work, what I love about the books, is that for all the spectacle, for all the adventure, (there are) the characters. Part I will be 'the road movie' with the young stars on the run. The final battle comes in Part II. And what we are trying to do in this final battle, as much as we can, is root it in characters. For me, it’s really all about the characters and it’s about the people who are battling and, if you’re invested in that, that is what will make it work.
  • Producer David Heyman discusses in small part the final battle of Hogwarts: [source]
    Quote:
    The ending of Book 7 is really climatic in so many ways. Is that going to be like a 20-minute part of the movie or a 30-minute part of the movie? Have you guys already started thinking about that? DAVID HEYMAN: Absolutely. I mean we’ve got a script version of it. I think it’ll probably be 30 minutes, they get to Hogwarts fairly early on, but there’s a lot of build up before the battle happens, you know? And there are 2 parts to the battle. There’s the first part and then there’s the post-death of Harry part, if you know what I mean.

    I know exactly what you mean. DAVID HEYMAN: Yeah, so in a way there’s a couple of different parts to that battle.

    Well, it’s almost like the ending of Book 7 and the ending of movie 2-part 2 is almost like what people have been waiting for all the movies to see, which is the big, big showdown.DAVID HEYMAN: It’s funny, yes I think that’s true and the showdown will be…that poses its own challenges in terms of adaptation. Not only the expectation of that final showdown but also what I love about Jo’s work is that’s it’s emotionally rooted. And in the book, actually, Harry doesn’t do much fighting back. In fact, he’s…I’m not going to use the word but he has the 'blank' beaten out of him. I just said well, there’s more engagement in our version of the final battle.

    I was going to ask you about that because that’s one of the things, to me, is amazing about the ending of that book is that Harry accepts his fate without knowing what’s going to happen. It can go either way, you know? And it’s sort of he’s… DAVID HEYMAN: That’s true up until…when he’s reborn, Harry is aware that Voldemort is vulnerable and is a defeated man. And that’s something that we’re wrestling with and determining right now just so that it works in cinematic terms and not just on a…yeah that it works cinematically.
    Heyman stated that the battle will be around thirty minutes long. He also said that there will be more 'engagement' then happens in the book while discussing the 'final showdown'. We are unsure whether this means there will be more spells cast during the final duel between Harry and Voldemort then in the book where each throws only one spell apiece or if it simply means that we will see more spells thrown throughout the battle at large.
  • Actor Rupert Grint mentions a lot of house elves which suggest they may be included in the battle:
    Quote:
    There are a lot of house elves in the last Harry Potter. Now they just dress up dwarves, which makes it a lot easier.
  • In an article from an unknown crew member was the mention of a long list of those to return for the Battle of Hogwarts as well as a little bit about the intensity of the battle:
    Quote:
    Member of the team announced that their production decided to intensify this battle, giving it an atmosphere of profound final war for the Harry Potter saga involving a lot of extras and secondary characters.

    An army of death eaters was created, with approximately 20 to 30 death eater-extras.
  • Two Potter fans were able to visit the set of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows at Leavesden studio and we learned from their report:
    Quote:
    A prop of Aragog is being used as model for bigger larger spiders in DH (presumably for Battle of Hogwarts).
  • Actor Chris Rankin (Percy Weasley) twittered that 43 principal cast members would be on set filming for a 5am wake-up call. It is thought this is for filming scenes during the battle and this is confirmation that they are trying to get as many characters back for the battles as is possible.


  



Actors discuss the Battle:    


  
  • Actor Chris Rankin (Percy Weasley) discusses a scene where Voldemort comes right up to him as well as discussing his character's story:
    Quote:
    Have you worked with Ralph Fiennes yet? What was that like? CHRIS RANKIN: That was scary. There was a scene we were shooting where he comes right up to my face. I thought I was going to wet myself. I have to say, it took a lot of concentration to not just scream like a girl and run for the hills.

    On his character Percy. CHRIS RANKIN: Now in this film we are seeing almost the reverse. Seeing Percy become quite a humble, apologetic character. A whole new change. And seeing how that effects his relationship with his family is quite enjoyable.

    Which Percy have you like playing the most? CHRIS RANKIN: I'm actually quite enjoying this Percy. Mostly because it's the one that's challenged me the most as an actor. There's a lot of emotion and obviously with the underlying theme of the loss of his brother and we see Bill with his scars and George without his ear, all this kind of stuff and all of the terrible things that have happened to the family. Seeing the underlying emotion in Percy that comes across from the 'oh my God, I ran away from my family' and here they are...the family is falling apart. You know I think there's almost a little bit of guilt from Percy that what if I had been there to protect them would that have helped.
  • Actor Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom) discusses his character and the destruction during the Battle of Hogwarts:
    Quote:
    So what have you learned in terms of acting in Deathly Hallows compared to your character in the previous six films? MATTHEW LEWIS: Ooh, that's a good one. Well, Neville’s really, really come on a lot this year. While Harry, Ron, and Hermione have been out of school, Neville’s assumed Harry’s position of leader of Dumbledore’s Army. It's literally all that training that Neville’s been through throughout the last couple of years. It all leads up to this point. Neville’s taken on a much bigger role this year and it's been so much fun to do. I've had a lot more scenes to do, and tougher scenes as well. Not just physically. Some of the stuff stunt-wise and the physicality of some of the bigger action sequences are tough, but I've enjoyed that, but then also the more subtle stuff.

    ‘Cause at the end of the day, as much fun as all that is, there's also the idea that it is a war going on and people are dying. Neville, though he's very adrenalized - he's just really reckless in this film - he's not immune to the death and destruction around him. A lot of it’s really sad. We're seeing the destruction of these sets, these buildings that have been with us since the beginning. The Great Hall, the courtyards and stuff, and they're all getting wrecked. So it's been quite interesting as an actor to take all that on board. It’s quite good. It's the last film as well because it really helps you when you're acting to think, ‘This is the last one’ and literally its all coming to this one point. But it's been cool.
  • Actor Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) gives his opinion on the intensity of the battle:
    Quote:
    It's unquestionably more exciting, and just far more substantial, as well. It usually takes us about seven months to film; we've been here for sixteen months doing two films. There's a lot more into this, especially with the action and the battle sequences. The final half-hour, or the final hour, really, of the final movie will be non-stop carnage, and I can't wait to see it.
  • Actor Rupert Grint (Ronald Weasley) mentions Voldemort's character:
    Quote:
    What’s Ralph Fiennes like on set? He looks pretty sinister at the best of times… RUPERT GRINT: This is the first film that I’ve been on set with him. My character doesn’t usually come into contact with Lord Voldemort thank god. Obviously he has to stay in make-up for most of the day when he’s shooting. He managed to reduce one young child who visited the set to tears recently, he definitely enjoyed that. But he gives everything to all the scenes he’s in and he’s got some really good scenes in this one.
  • In an interview with Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) and Rupert Grint (Ronald Weasley), they discuss filming battles in Deathly Hallows: [video]
    Quote:
    DANIEL RADCLIFFE: I'm in every day, basically. I was lying in a pool of mud and dust and smoke and it irritated my throat and I developed a cold.

    RUPERT GRINT: Yeah, it is very physical, there is a lot of kind of battle scenes and kind of wand action which is always quite fun.
  • Actor Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) mentions filming some of the final scenes including the Battle of Hogwarts:
    Quote:
    What's it like working on the set, because obviously they are quite grand sets? TOM FELTON: It is. Especially at the moment we are shooting some of the final scenes and there is two hundred cast members on set including ten of Britain's finest actors, so yeah obviously there's a lot of energy on set and everyone's very keen to do the best work they could possible do now that it's the last one of the series.
  • Actor Gemma Jones (Madam Poppy Pomfrey) discussed her character getting some battle time in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
    Quote:
    I did have to do a lot of fighting with my wand. At my age and station it was a very good workout. I’m fighting the death eaters with my wand so I had a good time.
  • Actor Jessie Cave (Lavender Brown) confirms Lavender will be attacked by Greyback during the Battle of Hogwarts: [video]
    Quote:
    Do you know if you're character (like in the book) gets attacked by Fenrir Greyback? JESSIE CAVE: Yeah, that is in, so that's exciting. A bit scared 'cause he's quite a big guy, but it'll actually be fun.
  • Actor Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) mentions the Battle of Hogwarts and the 'evil' side:
    Quote:
    It's kind of cool, because this is the first time we've had so many cast members on one set at one time, especially everyone from the evil camp and everyone from the good camp in a Western-style showdown — without revealing too much. It's an amazing last scene, what we've shot of it so far. It's very exciting.

    I've rarely had an opportunity to work with the evil family. I'm working with Helena Bonham Carter, who's a lovely lady and also a completely scary witch when she wants to be. I'm enjoying working with adult cast tremendously.
  • Actor Jason Isaacs (Lucius Malfoy) discusses a little bit about the Battle of Hogwarts:
    Quote:
    They made the last book into two films, and it was a fantastic experience because everyone who is left alive is back… and even some of the dead people. There is one long sequence where everyone who is left standing is there when the forces of good meet the forces of evil.
  • Actor Ciarán Hinds (Aberforth Dumbledore) mentions his character taking part in the battle at Hogwarts:
    Quote:
    Then I had to shoot for two more days, where they had me running around this huge set. It had been ripped apart in a Morlock battle. It was covered with people running around waving a wand in a certain direction. That was the mad part of it that I just had one day on.


  



Sets for the Battle:    


  
Hogwarts Castle
  • In a report by Cinemablend from the ShoWest Convention is a mention of Hogwarts being 'on fire'. [source]
  • Actor Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) mentions filming outdoor scenes at Hogwart's:
    Quote:
    We’ve been shooting outdoors at the moment and they built basically this decrepit castle that’s all been smashed up and it’s quite incredible… so a lot of credit goes to Stuart Tozer who’s the set designer, it’s never an easy task.
  • In a tweet from FirstShowing from the ShoWest Convention is a mention of the Quidditch pitch during the battle: [source]
    Quote:
    Yep, just saw the Quidditch arena burning down and Harry flying with Hagrid on his motorcycle – footage from Deathly Hallows. Looks awesome!
The Bridge
  • A fan report from Swinley Forest near Bracknell, Berkshire gives observations on the filming as well as photos of what looks like the doorway to the bridge near Hogwarts: [photos]
    Quote:
    They were filming chase scenes with free runners - the Snatchers? (he called them Catchers) - running down a slope (i think there's a picture of the slope) towards a crowd of extras, I heard lots of shouting ('Go, go, go!' that kind of thing) which sounded like they were rehearsing the running.

    They were going to be filming this till the early hours of the morning, but it eventually would be edited down to a clip less than 30 seconds long. I assume this could only be something for the Battle, with the many people and the section of Hogwarts nearby.
Photos of Bridge Set:    


  

  


The Entrance Courtyard
  • A photo was taken at Levensden Studio, London of a new bridge that Voldemort will cross to enter Hogwarts during the final confrontation:
Photo of bridge that Voldemort uses to enter Hogwarts:    


    


  • Photos of Hogwarts from HP4U showing a lot of rubble left over from the battle:
Photos of Hogwarts Entrance Courtyard:    


  



  




  



The Battle begins:    


  
Filch by a Cell
  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is a shot of Filch walking away from some students in a cell behind some bars then an explosion takes place. It is possible that this scene takes place during the battle. It could also take place sometime in Part 1 if they should show any scenes of the secondary trio (Neville, Luna, and Ginny) at Hogwarts. [video]
Screencaps of Filch with explosion behind him in cell:    


  

  


Voldemort Destroys Protections
  • A teaser of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was shown at the MTV awards Of interest is was a shot of Hogwarts with the protection spell degrading: [video]
Screencap of Hogwarts with the protections failing:    


    


  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is some shots of Voldemort seeming to attack the protections of Hogwarts: [video]
Screencaps of Voldemort attacking the protections around Hogwarts:    


  



  

  • Also shots of the death eaters and Voldemort lining up:
Screencaps of Voldemort and death eaters:    


  

  


Snatchers/Death Eaters Attack
  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is a shot of what seems to be the either snatchers or the defenders of Hogwarts running: [video]
Screencaps of snatchers or defenders running:    


  

  


  • There was a behind the scenes featurette for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows called 'The Story' with footage from both parts shown during the ABC Family Harry Potter Marathon. Of interest is shots of the snatchers and defenders running: [video]
Screencaps of snatchers and defenders running:    


  

  


Explosions Near the Entrance Courtyard
  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is some shots of Hogwarts on fire in the entrance courtyard: [video]
Screencaps of Hogwarts on fire:    


  

  




  



The Ron and Hermione kiss / Chamber of Secrets:    


  
  • There was a behind the scenes featurette for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows called 'The Story' with footage from both parts shown during the ABC Family Harry Potter Marathon. Of interest is shots of Ron and Hermione running through Hogwarts Castle on their own. They may be on their way to the Chamber of Secrets to get the basilisk fang to destroy the cup horcrux: [video]
Screencaps of Ron and Hermione running through Hogwarts:    


  

  


  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is some shots of Ron running on his own: [video]
Screencap of Ron running:    


    


Chamber of Secrets
  • There was a behind the scenes featurette for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows called 'On The Run' with footage from both parts shown during the ABC Family Harry Potter Marathon. Of interest is a shot of Ron and Hermione near the ladder entrance to what looks like the Chamber of Secrets: [video]
Screencap of Ron and Hermione in the Chamber of Secrets:    


    


  • In an article from Entertainment Weekly there is mention of the scene in the Chamber of Secrets. It is possible that the cup horcrux fights back when Hermione tries to destroy it just as the locket horcrux did in the Silver Doe scene:
    Quote:
    The three of them were shooting a scene in the Room of Requirement in which Harry, Ron, and Hermione are searching for a horcrux – in this case, the tiara-like Ravenclaw diadem. Watson and Grint were both sopping wet. (In the film, Ron and Hermione have recently destroyed another horcrux in water and were pursued by a Voldemort-shaped tsunami.)
Ron/Hermione Kiss
  • Two Potter fans were able to visit the set of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows at Leavesden studio and we learned from their report:
    Quote:
    An enormous Basilisk skeleton. Above it an artists’ sketch of the skeleton, in the Chamber, with Ron and Hermione standing next to it.
  • Director David Yates states on the Ron and Hermione kiss: 'We're in the middle of a huge battle when they snog. It's pretty intense'.
  • According to an interview with Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) and Emma Watson (Hermione Granger), Daniel was not on set during The Kiss between Ron and Hermione in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: [video]
    Quote:
    DANIEL RADCLIFFE: Rupert, he kissed Emma in that scene in the seventh film, which I imagine was quite odd. Although I was desperate to be on set, but they knew. They so had predicted I would be a nightmare if I was on set and I would be giving Rupert and Emma nothing but grief if I was on set that day that they actually sent me into the forest to film that day. They sent me about thirty miles away from the studio so that I was just going to be no where near the studio.

    EMMA WATSON: Everyone wanted to come and watch it and like Rupert and I were struggling so much with the pressure of it anyway and you know especially if Dan had been there it would have been, it would have been too much I think.
  • Producer David Heyman states that Harry will not be there during the Ron and Hermione kiss and that he is not in the scene:
    Quote:
    Dan Radcliffe said he wasn't present when Rupert and Emma did their kiss scene. Was that deliberate – so he wouldn't distract them?
    DAVID HEYMAN: No.
    Harry's not in the scene?
    DAVID HEYMAN: No.
    So it's not like it is in the book?
    [HEYMAN shakes his head no]
    These reports confirm that Harry is not there when Ron and Hermione kiss and has led to the speculation that they may kiss when they are in the Chamber of Secrets retrieving the basilisk fangs which they use to destroy one of the horcruxes.
  • Actor Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) discusses the kiss between Ron and Hermione in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows:
    Quote:
    RUPERT GRINT: There's a worse one in Number 7, I have to kiss, I say have to, I have to kiss Emma Watson and that was a bit weird that one, but it's...A worse kiss in what way? It was just more embarrassing because we have known each other for so, I've known her since she was nine, and it just felt wrong really, but, yeah, it was fine in the end and I think it's quite sweet.
  • Actor Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) says that during the kiss with Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) she 'ended up pouncing on him'. They both also say similar things in a second interview. They both also talk about the kiss in this interview.
  • Actor Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) mentions that Ron was 'leaning in close to her (Hermione's) face... and we have to look kind of lovingly at each other'.



  



The Harry and Ginny kiss / Harry Searching for the Diadem:    


  
Harry/Ginny Kiss
  • Actor Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) mentions filming a kiss scene between Harry and Ginny in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: [video]
    Quote:
    It was kind of odd to do that with someone I've known since they were eight, but this time around much more relaxed, on Seven, we've done another kissing scene on Seven, totally fine with that now because I think it's because I know Bonnie slightly better now.
  • A teaser of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was shown at the MTV awards. Of interest is a shot of Harry and Ginny kissing. It is thought that this kiss will take place in Hogwarts before the battle. [video]
Screencap of Harry and Ginny:    


    


  • On the Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4 Video Game there was footage of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Of interest was shots of Harry leaning against the wall near the stairs. You can see students evacuating near him. This may be one of the times when Harry sees into Voldemort's mind through the connection between them: [video]
Screencaps of Harry leaning against a pillar in Hogwarts:    


  

  


Harry Searching for the Diadem
  • There was a behind the scenes featurette for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows called 'The Story' with footage from both parts shown during the ABC Family Harry Potter Marathon. Of interest is shots of Harry moving through the castle on his own possibly looking for information about the diadem horcrux: [video]
Screencaps of Harry on his own during the battle of Hogwarts:    


  



  

  • There is also a shot of Harry running through some battling students and death eaters.
Screencap of Harry running through the battle:    


    





  



Fiendfyre in the Room of Hidden Things:    


  
  • At the San Diego Comic Con there were props from the films, of interest was the diadem of Ravenclaw which the trio find in the Room of Hidden Things and which is destroyed by the fienfyre:
Photo of the Diadem of Ravenclaw:    


    

  • Two Potter fans were able to visit the set of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows at Leavesden studio where we get another confirmation of the Fiendfyre scene which takes place in the Room of Hidden Things:
    Quote:
    The Room of Requirements filming is also underway, with two doubles recently who 'were perched atop one of the stacks of furniture and rigged into a harness.'
  • Director David Yates mentions the Fiendfyre scene in the Room of Hidden Things: [source]
    Quote:
    Tomorrow we're shooting the scene in the Room of Requirement, where Harry, Ron, and Hermione are being chased by Fiendfyre and it's a very cool scene.
  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is some shots of the trio running away from the Fiendfyre in the Room of Hidden Things: [video]
Screencaps of the trio running away from the fiendfyre:    


  





  


  • Actor Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) comments over twitter about 'many hard days spent in the harness with the stunt guys'. This is assumed to be during the escape from the Fiendfyre in the Room of Hidden Things because this is the only moment in which Draco is on a broom during Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
  • There was a fan report from the London Film and Comic Con in which Josh Herdman (Gregory Goyle) stated that there will be a larger focus on Blaise Zabini, a young Slytherin played by Louis Cordice, instead of Vincent Crabbe.
  • There was a fan report from Muggle Mayhem, a Harry Potter convention in Nothhampton, England stating that Joshua Herdman (Gregory Goyle) confirmed that Jamie Waylett will not reprise his role as Vincent Crabbe and that his character of Goyle will die instead.

    It is thought that Blaise will take Crabbe's place in the Fiendfyre scene in the Room of Hidden Things alongside Gregory Goyle and Draco Malfoy as they attack Harry, Ron, and Hermione.
  • There was a behind the scenes featurette for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows called 'The Story' with footage from both parts shown during the ABC Family Harry Potter Marathon. Of interest is a shot of what looks like Draco, Blaise, and Goyle hiding around a corner: [video]
Screencaps of Draco, Blaise, and Goyle hiding during the battle:    


  

  


  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is some shots of Draco, Goyle, and Blaise trying to climb some of the junk to escape the fiendfyre in the Room of Hidden Things: [video]
Screencaps of Draco, Goyle, and Blaise climbing junk in the Room of Hidden Things:    


  

  


  • In a report by Cinemablend from the ShoWest Convention mentions Hermione on a broom: [source]
    Quote:
    One of the final shots was of Hermione riding a broom, by herself, escaping from a fireball that's likely the curse that Crabbe and Goyle set off in the Room of Requirement near the end.
Harry In Pain
  • A teaser of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was shown at the MTV awards, of interest is a shot of Harry in pain. This may be the moment of the explosion that kills Fred. It may also be one of the moments when Harry is seeing into Voldemort's mind. It is thought that this scene takes place during the battle of Hogwarts based on the gray stone and what Harry is wearing. [video]
Screencap of Harry on the ground in pain:    


  

  





  



Trio outside at Hogwarts:    


  
Trio in the Courtyard
  • In a report by comingsoon from the ShoWest Convention is a mention of giants: [source]
    Quote:
    There was some footage of...[an] anamatic of the giants smashing up some building (Hogwarts?) with their clubs.
  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is a shot of the trio seeming to be confronted by something large: [video]:
Screencaps of Harry, Ron, and Hermione during the Battle of Hogwarts:    


    


  • There was a behind the scenes featurette for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows called 'The Story' with footage from both parts shown during the ABC Family Harry Potter Marathon. Of interest is shots of Harry, Ron, and Hermione running outside during the battle of Hogwarts: [video]
Screencaps of Harry, Ron, and Hermione going outside:    


  

  





  



  




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Chapters 32-33 6/Sep/10 update ch. 32 & 33

Chapter 32: The Elder Wand:    


  
  • In an ABC Family First Look, we get a shot of Snape looking uneasy in the same room as the shot explained below. This may be him realizing that Voldemort is going to kill him.

Snape looking uneasy:    


  

  


  • In the first teaser trailer, we get a shot of the camera zooming in on Snape while he's backed up against some windows. This may be his death from Nagini's point of view. There is also a lamp and multiple oil cans right next to Snape. This supports the rumor that Snape will die in the boathouse rather than the Shrieking Shack. The windows in the background also support this rumor.

Snape:    


  

  


  • Production designer Stuart Craig commented on Snape's death in an interview with The Telegraph:
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Stuart Craig
    "The last time I cried was a few days ago when we filmed the death of Alan Rickman's character, Snape. It's quite difficult to cry in rushes -- where we watch the previous day's work -- but he is an extraordinary actor and he dies an extremely good death."
  • The audio of the footage at the San Diego Comic Con was released, of interest is Voldemort talking to Harry after he kills Snape.
    Quote:
    VOLDEMORT: 'Harry Potter. You have allowed your friends to die for you rather then face me yourself. Dispose of your dead with dignity and confront your fate. If you have not given yourself up then I shall punish every last man, woman, and child who tries to conceal you from me.'

  



Chapter 33: The Prince's Tale:    


  
  • A report from comingsoon on the footage from the San Diego Comic Con.

    Quote:
    Voice-over during the shots is Voldemort speaking about the people who have died and those who have suffered as a result of Harry. During the speech, shots of Dumbledore and others. The voice-over closes with Voldemort saying that he will 'punish every last man, woman and child that tries to conceal you from me.'
  • A report from geeksofdoom on the footage from the San Diego Comic Con.

    Quote:
    The footage opens on Harry and also Voldemort. Voldemort is saying something to Harry about how his friends have hidden him and put themselves in danger because Harry won’t come out of hiding and face Voldemort. We hear Voldemort talking to Harry while getting clips from the film.
    I think he says: 'You have allowed your friends to hide your existence from me instead confronting your fate.'
    Voldemort threatens Harry: 'If you will not give yourself up, I shall punish every last man, woman, and child who tries to conceal you form me.'
  • A podcast by leaky cauldron and mugglenet on the footage from the San Diego Comic Con. [audio]

    Quote:
    You hear Voldemort and let me tell you I've had criticism about Ralp Fiennes' Voldemort in the past being way over the top and I am so glad when we heard this portion of Voldemort's duties in Seven he was just very calm. He was 'Bury your dead with dignity, attend to your wounded, and confront your fate.' It was just very calm and controlled Voldemort.

    It was like a weak Voldemort like he's sort of loosing his confidence.

    No. I thought it was sort of commanding like you know...he's like you've battled well, but I'm the winner here, so let's all just wrap up the game.
  • A report from ugo entertainment on the footage from the San Diego Comic Con.

    Quote:
    The Great Hall as a makeshift hospital.
  • In an ABC Family First Look, we see a shot of Hermione comforting Ron on a set of stairs. This may be from the moment of calm in the battle when they round up all the dead bodies and Harry goes to Dumbledore's office to look at Snape's memories.

Hermione comforting Ron:    


  

  


  • During an interview in Dumbledore's office at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Dan Radcliffe spoke about the pensieve scene in which Harry looks at Snape's memories.

    Quote:
    DANIEL RADCLIFFE: I think one of the key scenes in the series happens in this room, which is, towards the end of the Seventh film where Harry learns something about Snape's past in relation to him. That takes place in this room in fact actually it takes place pretty much here.
    INTERVIEWER: Am I Snape or am I you?
    DANIEL RADCLIFFE: No, Snape's not here because there's just a pensieve and I am going into it like that and that is kind of pretty much, possibly the key scene in the series, you might say there is a certain...you could put an argument forward for that, so that's going to be a pretty amazing, I hope if I've done my job, it should be a pretty good scene.
  • Rohan Gotobed has been cast as the child Sirius Black. He will be featured in the scene when Sirius, James, Lily, and Severus meet for the first time aboard the Hogwarts Express in their first year at Hogwarts.

  




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Chapter: 34-35 - on 11 July 2010 updated Chapter 34

Chapter 34: The Forest Again:    


  
  • There was a behind the scenes featurette for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows called 'The Story' with footage from both parts shown during the ABC Family Harry Potter Marathon. Of interest is a shot of Hermione comforting Ron on the stairs at Hogwarts. This is thought to take place while Harry is walking to Voldemort in the forest: [video]
Screencap of Hermione comforting Ron on the stairs:    


    


  • Actor Geraldine Sommerville is confirmed for this last Harry Potter film, so she will probably appear to Harry in the Forbidden Forest together with Adrian Rawlish, Gary Oldman and David Thewlis as Harry walks to his death.
  • In an interview actor Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) states that 'the final walk into the forest is what I'm kind of dreading, because I don't know still how I'm going to do that'. This confirms the scene where Harry walks to his death at the end of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. [source]
  • Fan reports from set on location at Swinley Forest near Berkshire where they mention that: [source]
    Quote:
    We’re awaiting confirmation if ‘Hagrid’ or Robbie Coltrane filmed a scene but definitely there was a screen double, possibly ex-England Rugby star Martin Bayfield (as featured in previous films) shooting one or more of the scenes.
    This suggest that they may have done some filming with the body double of Hagrid in the clearing where Harry is 'killed' by Voldemort. Needs confirmation.
Forest Confrontation
  • In a report by latinreview from the ShoWest Convention is a mention of the confrontation between Harry and Voldemort in the forest: [source]
    Quote:
    Next they showed a ton of Harry Potter footage with the opening scene being the one that actually happens near the end of the book when Harry confronts Voldemort in the woods. Ralph Fiennes did not have the full CGI Voldemort look and had blue dots on his face for the CGI to be added later. But he didn't really need the makeup because he came across just as creepy without it. Harry went up to confront him and Voldemort flicked his wand at him before cutting to another scene.
  • In a report by Cinemablend from the ShoWest Convention is a mention of the forest confrontation between Harry and Voldemort: [source]
    Quote:
    Much of the effects work was unfinished and a major character -- Ralph Fiennes' noseless Voldemort -- had dots on his face marking the future digital alteration that really makes him who he is. But they weren't just bold in what they showed us, but how they did it -- the first scene of the extended trailer was Harry and Voldemort's confrontation in the woods outside Hogwarts, bloodied and visibly terrified, [Harry] approaches a cold Voldemort (flanked by Bellatix Lestrange). Voldemort taunts Harry, 'The boy who lived...come to die'.
  • In a report by comingsoon from the ShoWest Convention is another mention of the confrontation: [source]
    Quote:
    The footage opened with Ralph Fienes as Voldemort in a clearing followed closely by his Death Eaters. Being unfinished footage, Fiennes still had dots on his face and there were placement dots for FX, but soon, they meet up with Harry Potter and Voldemort snarls, 'Harry Potter...come to die'.
  • In a report by collider from the ShoWest Convention is also a mention of the confrontation between Harry and Voldemort: [source]
    Quote:
    The footage started with Voldemort walking in the forest with all his followers around him. He was looking for Harry. While I assumed the footage was going to be just from the first Harry Potter movie coming this November, I think the opening was from Part 2 and it was from the big climatic battle between Harry and Voldemort! I couldn't believe what I was seeing. So we see Harry coming towards Voldemort partly beat up and with a look of nervousness. It was then we cut away...
    This report states that Voldemort is walking which suggest that some of the shots they saw may have been of Voldemort leaving the Forbidden Forest after Harry 'died'.
  • A teaser of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was shown at the MTV awards Of interest is shots of Voldemort in the forest. Notice a death eater to the right entering the clearing who says 'No sign of him, my lord'. Voldemort also has dialogue saying 'The boy who lived...come to die' which is thought to be from this scene. [video]
Screencap of Voldemort in the forest:    


    


  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is some shots of Voldemort facing away from Harry as he enters the forest clearing. There is similar dialogue as there was in the MTV Teaser with a death eater saying 'No sign of him, my lord' as the death eater enters the clearing. Voldemort then turns to face Harry and says 'Harry Potter...the boy who lived...come to die...AVADA KEDAVRA!' Voldemort using the elder wand then shoots the killing spell at Harry who closes his eyes. Notice Bellatrix pointing her wand at Harrying and while Harry is carrying his wand in his hand when he enters the clearing he is not holding it when Voldemort uses the killing spell: [video]
Screencaps of Voldemort facing away from Harry with the death eaters behind him:    


    


Screencaps of Harry entering the clearing and Voldemort turning to face him:    


  



  


Screencaps of Harry closing his eyes as Voldemort shoots the killing spell at him:    


  











  




  



Chapter 35: King’s Cross:    


  
  • Actor Michael Gambon (Albus Dumbledore) confirms that he will return in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2.
  • In an interview Daniel Radcliffe confirmed that this part will appear and is supported by the fact that Michael Gambon has signed up to return as Albus Dumbledore.
  • Director David Yates confirmed in an interview that Daniel Radcliffe will be nude in two scenes in Deathly Hallows one being the scene in King's Cross station:
    Quote:
    Well, Dan (Radcliffe) has appeared nude in the past, but there are a couple of scenes in the new film in which he will undress, but we're still thinking about how we present it.

    There is another scene in Kings Cross station, where Harry almost dies and sees Dumbledore. In that scene he will also be naked.
  • Actor Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) mentions being completely naked for a scene in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. There has been speculation of the possibility that Harry may be naked during the Silver Doe scene as well:
    Quote:
    In the Deathly Hallows, you'll see Harry as you never saw him before. For example, I shot a scene where I'm entirely naked. When I read the script, I thought that I would carry underwear but no. I've already done it for Equus so it wasn't so difficult. I'm wondering how people will react, even if any things will be hidden in the screen.


  




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Chapter 36: The Flaw in the Plan:    


  
The Showdown
  • In an interview, Tom Felton made mention of a showdown between the forces of good and evil:
    Interview: Tom Felton "It’s kind of cool, because this is the first time we’ve had so many castmembers on one set at one time, especially everyone from the evil camp and everyone from the good camp in a Western-style showdown — without revealing too much,'' said Felton, who plays the nefarious Draco Malfoy. ''It’s an amazing last scene, what we’ve shot of it so far. It’s very exciting."
  • In March 2010 a visitor of Leavesden Studios photographed one of the outdoor sets of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows:

    Set: Hogwarts Bridge:    


        


    Because of the absence of similar sets used in previous movies, it can be assumed that this set will be new and therefore there will be introduced another bridge of Hogwarts. According to the witness, they filmed a scene at night where actor Ralph Fiennes walked across the bridge as Lord Voldemort.

    But the second preview of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows showed the exterior of Hogwarts during the Battle of Hogwarts, and noticeable was a bridge connecting the castle to the grounds, which was absent during previous movies:

    Picture: Hogwarts under Siege:    


        


    It can be assumed this enormous bridge will act as the way for Lord Voldemort and his Death Eaters to bring the body of Harry Potter to the remaining defenders of Hogwarts.

Neville beheads Nagini
  • During a fanchat, actor Matthew Lewis mentioned the beheading of Nagini by his character Neville Longbottom:
    Interview: Matthew Lewis "I don't have a script yet so I can't be exactly sure how everything is going to work out. However, I think my answer will be a bit predictable! The scene I'm looking forward to the most is when Neville swings the sword and kills Nagini. That is going to be intense! In fact, the whole final battle sequence is going to be amazing. Still can't believe they're going to trust me with a sword though! "

The Battle Resumes
  • The Official Teaser Trailer showed a moment where Voldemort and his Death Eaters charge on the remaining Defenders of Hogwarts, shooting and blocking spells which are absent due to unfinished visual effects:

    Picture: Charging:    


      
      

  • An exclusive sneak peek at Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows from ABC Family showed footage of the Death Eaters battling the Defenders of Hogwarts right after the battle resumes at the courtyard:

    Pictures: Battling:    


      


      

  • The same preview also showed the Defenders of Hogwarts retreating during the final part of the battle. Among them Ron, protecting Hermione, Neville, carrying the Sword of Gryffindor and Arthur shepherding Ginny:

    Pictures: Retreating:    


      


      

  • The trailer also showed Ron protecting Hermione amidst of the battle, standing inside the completely ruined and wrecked Entrance Hall with the same achromatic sky in the background as seen in other pictures:

    Pictures: Ron and Hermione:    


      

      


Molly Weasley and Bellatrix Lestrange Duel
  • In an interview with What's On TV, Julie Walters spoke briefly about the duel between Molly and Bellatrix:
    Interview: Interview: Julie Walters "It is back to Harry Potter. Mrs Weasley has a lot to do this time. I kill Helena Bonham Carter for a start – and not many can say that. We have a bit of a wand contest, I can’t wait. "
  • Helena Bonham Carter mentioned the death of her characters Bellatrix in an interview with Rotten Tomatoes:
    Interview: Helena Bonham Carter "I'm mostly in Deathly Hallows: Part 2, " she told RT. "But it was fun. I died on my last day, which was really weird -- to actually be [killed] on my last day. Molly Weasley - Julie Walters - kills me."

    "And it'll be quite the moment. I do get a good death scene," she told us. "It was really exhausting. As usual! [I'm] duelling, with a wand, on a table. I fell right off. I was clever enough to say, 'If you're going to ask me to duel, backwards, can we put a stuntman at the end?' They said, 'Ah, you won't need one.' And what did I do? Walked straight off. "

The Final Confrontation
  • In the Official Teaser Trailer of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, there was an unknown face-to-face confrontation between Harry Potter and Lord Voldemort inside the castle of Hogwarts:
    DailogueLord Voldemort: "Why do you live?"

    Harry Potter: "Because I have something worth living for."

    Picture: Face-to-Face Confrontation:    


        

  • The same Trailer gave us an exclusive look at the actual final confrontation between Harry and his arch-nemesis, which is set at the Entrance Courtyard instead of the Great Hall:

    Pictures: The Final Confrontation:    


      



      


    Something noteworthy is the connection between the Elder Wand and Draco Malfoy’s hawthorn wand, which is similar to the connection between Lord Voldemort and Albus Dumbledore’s wands in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.
    This most likely indicates a change in the wand-plot, to make it more understandable and less complicated for the audiences to understand.
  



Epilogue: Nineteen Years Later:    


  
  • The final chapter has been confirmed by Rupert Grint in an interview. In another interview, producer David Heyman confirmed that the original actors will play their adult fictional counterparts.
  • Producer David Heyman spoke briefly about the epilogue in an interview with Snitchseeker.com:
    Interview: David Heyman SnitchSeeker.com: "Tom Felton mentioned his girlfriend Jade might play his wife in the epilogue. Did you cast her or the children of the trio yet? "
    David Heyman: "I have no idea, no. Unfortunately we haven't yet cast that section. He may want to cast his girlfriend. "
    SnitchSeeker: "Yes. "
    Heyman: "He does? "
    SnitchSeeker: "He really does. "
    Heyman: "Okay, good. Well, I'll keep that in mind ... Nobody's been cast yet for that part. "

    It was confirmed later that Tom Felton's real-life girlfriend Jade Gordon would indeed be portraying Astoria Greengrass in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
  • Tom Felton also spoke about the epilogue at a memorabilia convention:
    Interview: Tom Felton Tom was asked if he was to be used in the epilogue and as yet doesn't know but he told us that a mold of his face and the others was made last year and he was asked to provide photos of his brothers & father and remarked he couldn't wait to see himself wrinkly.
  • Actor Luke Newberry was confirmed to play Teddy Lupin, son of Remus Lupin and Nymphadora Tonks, and was photographed as he entered Kings Cross Station to shoot the epilogue:

    Behind the Scenes: Luke Newberry:    


      

      

  • Pictures of Harry Taylor, the actor who portrayed a Muggle Station Guard in the first two movies, surfaced online, showing him on set and fully dressed up as his unnamed yet famous fictional counterpart:

    Behind the Scenes: Harry Taylor:    


        

  • In an exclusive visit to the set of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in Leavesden Studios, HP4U posted a picture they took of the interior of the Hogwarts Express. Because this is probably the only chapter in which the Hogwarts Express makes an appearance, it's possible it will appear during this final part:

    Set: Interior Hogwarts Express:    


         

  • The filming took place in late May 2010 at Kings Cross Station, and was one of the final last parts to be shot. Several pictures of the actors fully made up as their characters were taken by bystanders:

    Behind the Scenes: The Potter Family:    


      











      


    Behind the Scenes: The Weasley Family:    


      





      


    Behind the Scenes: The Malfoy Family:    


      





      


    Behind the Scenes: Platform Nine and Three Quarters:    


      



      

  • Two videos shot by visitors feature some great glimpses of the actors at Kings Cross Station. The first one features mostly the main actors fully dressed and made up as their characters, while the second one features the child actors and their stand-ins.
  




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Added & Unknown Scenes - on 5 September 2010 updated Unknown Scenes
  • This post will include scenes that are not in the book, but have been added to the films or scenes that have been added to the films and it is also unknown as to where to place them in the list.

Added Scenes:    


  
Scrimgeour at Ministry
  • We have heard of a scene with Bill Nighy as Rufus Scrimgeour where he makes a speech regarding 'dark times ahead.' It says this will take place at the Ministry with fifteen photographers and up to a crowd of fifty plus worried and anxious employees...we also understand Bill worked on one of the blue screen stages for photographs to be included in the Daily Prophet. [source] It may be that Rufus Scrimgeour as the Minister of Magic will convey some of the information given to us in this chapter.
  • A sneak peek for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on the Blue-ray and 2 disc DVD releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince. Of note is footage of the eyes of Bill Nighy as Rufus Scrimgeour and him standing in front of reporters at the Ministry of Magic. [video]
Screencaps of Rufus Scrimgeour the Minister of Magic:    


  



  


Hermione Modifies Parents Memories
  • Actor Ian Kelly has been cast as Hermione's father. In related news Michelle Fairley has been cast as a muggle dentist Hermione's mother.

    It is possible that the two actors will only be used in photos, but there is speculation that there will be a scene where they show Hermione Granger modifying her parents memories for their own safety which was only discussed in the book.
  • Actor Ian Kelly who will be playing Hermione Granger's dad in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows commented on his role in an interview by BBC Radio.
    Quote:
    I love Harry Potter. You know I can't tell you much about it. They'll send 'round the men they have from Hogwarts. I play Hermione's dad and it's quite similar to what goes on in the book.
    While Hermione's dad is not actually in the book, Hermione discuses modifying her parent's memories and sending them to hide in Australia in order to protect them. This suggests that there may be a scene shown much like this in the film.
  • The first look at a series of interior pages from the Harry Potter Film Wizardry book. In one is a photo of Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) in her bedroom at her house. [text]
    Quote:
    When Emma Watson first looked at the set for Hermione Granger's bedroom in Deathly Hallows 1, she told the set decorator Stephenie McMillan emphatically that there should be 'more books'.

    After six Harry Potter films, Emma understands Hermione and the importance she places on reading and learning. 'I know this character inside and out!' she laughs. 'I've been playing her for so long, I feel like intuitively I know what she'd want. She's this voracious reader...so I requested more books.'
Photo of Hermione in her room:    


    


  • Actor Emma Watson as Hermione Ganger walking alone at Green Park, London. It is thought this is an added scene showing Hermione's departure from home after modifying her parents memories. [photos]
Photo of Hermione Granger visibly upset, alone, carrying the beaded bag:    


  
  


  • A sneak peek for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on the Blue-ray and 2 disc DVD releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince. Of note is footage of Hermione walking down the road alone carrying the beaded bag. This is thought to be after Hermione modifies her parents memories. [video]
Screencap of Hermione walking alone away carrying the beaded bag:    


    


Hermione Dances at Wedding
  • A set report by HP4U at Leavesden studio mentions three scenes filmed during the wedding of Bill and Fleur.
    There was a scene where Hermione dances with an unknown partner while Ron looks on jealously:
    Quote:
    First out to the dance floor was the wedding couple, followed by duos of other guests, each gracefully swinging to and fro across the dance floor. Everyone clapped and urged the dancers on, and all enjoyed themselves immensely.

    Later on, Hermione herself strolled out onto the dance floor with a partner, oblivious to the fact that Ron was watching her the entire time, quite upset, and no doubt jealous that she would dance with another. After the dance had ended, her partner quickly disappeared, being distracted by one or more of the bridesmaids it would seem, leaving Hermione alone and somewhat embarrassed on the dance floor.

    As she scanned the room for where Ron was seated (she, Ron, and Harry, had been kept apart for much of the planning and festivities), Ron quickly turned his back to her so she wouldn’t see him watching her. He then rose to his feet, glanced coolly over his shoulder back at her, and made his way from the tent.

    Hermione was further embarrassed by this, knowing as she must have that Ron had seen her dancing with another. She bowed her head, then turned on a dime, her bright red dress swirling around her, and walked away.
    It is thought that the unknown partner could be Viktor Krum played by Stanislav Ianevski who is confirmed to return for Deathly Hallows.
Hermione Playing the Piano
  • On a 2011 Harry Potter Calendar we see a photo of Hermione playing the piano in what looks like Grimmauld Place with Ron sitting beside her.
Hermione playing the piano with Ron sitting beside her:    


    


Summer Scenes
  • Fan reports from set on location at Swinley Forest near Bracknell, Berkshire where they mention:
    Quote:
    Scenes 89, 91, 98, 100 featuring Summer scenes and Ron constantly scanning his radio for updates! They hear news of Snape while Harry checks the Marauders Map. The trio hear a funny ticking noise and seek to find out what it is.....
Burnt out Trailers
  • Two Potter fans were able to visit the set of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows at Leavesden studio and we learned from their report:
    Quote:
    Finally of particular interest is word that there is another new attack sequence, minor and not contained in the book by J.K. Rowling, has been added to the film to showcase the ongoing war. The report says 'It appeared to be a bunch of burned trailers / mobile homes. Apparently in this scene, Harry and Hermione show up at this camp site only to find that the Death Eaters have already attacked and destroyed some of the trailers.'
  • In a video by London Taxi, we see on set at Leavesden studio what looks like burnt out trailers or mobile homes. It is unsure what this set will be used for, but there is speculation that possibly Harry and Hermione are camping while on the run and come upon these trailers which have just been attacked by death eaters. [video]
  • There were photos released in Empire magazine, of interest is a shot of the trio walking through some burnt out trailers.
Photo of the trio walking through some burnt out trailers:    


    


Ron and Harry on hill
  • A sneak peek for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on the Blue-ray and 2 disc DVD releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince. Of interesting is footage of Harry and Ron running up a hill with their wands out. [video]
Screencaps of Ron and Harry on hill:    


  



  


  • A teaser of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was shown at the MTV awards, of interest is a shot of Harry on the ground looking. Harry seems to be wearing the same shirt as Harry is wearing in the Ron and Harry fight scene. [video]
Screencap of Harry on the ground:    


    


  • On a 2011 Harry Potter Calendar we see a photo of Harry running on the hill.
Photo of Harry on the running on the hill:    


    


Harry and Hermione Dancing In Tent
  • Director David Yates stated in an interview that Harry and Hermione will dance in Deathly Hallows. This scene will take place in the tent while they are camping after Ron has left them.
    Quote:
    It's very difficult to find a favorite scene, but something we just did as part of the movie truly is priceless. It's a scene where Hermione and Harry dance together and it's not in the book - it's something we created for the film and is actually very tender, very nice and respectful, and they also reveal some secrets about each other while dancing.
  • A sneak peek for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on the Blue-ray and 2 disc DVD releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince. Of note is footage of Harry and Hermione dancing in the camping tent. It is thought that this scene takes place after Ron leaves because Harry and Hermione are wearing the same clothes they were wearing in photos we have where Ron was also not present. [video]
Screencaps of Harry and Hermione dancing in the tent:    


  





  


Harry and Hermione Camping Alone
  • Photo’s of Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson camping in the highlands of Scotland as their characters Harry Potter and Hermione Granger for Deathly Hallows. Harry and Hermione are wearing the same clothes that they are wearing in the previous photos from the Harry and Hermione Dancing in the Tent Scene suggesting this is the same day.
Photos of Harry and Hermione Camping:    


  









  




  



Unknown Scenes:    


  
Snape Speaking to Three Hundred Kids
  • Actor Alan Rickman (Severus Snape) mentions a scene with Snape talking to three hundred kids:
    Quote:
    What is the mood like on the set with everyone? ALAN RICKMAN: You have to remember that it's a bit like an army camp. I was saying downstairs, it's an organizational thing, so it's not as if you are there with everybody all the time. I mean I was there a couple of weeks ago and it was just Ralph Fiennes and myself and the crew so I haven't on this last one shot anything with Daniel yet. It's very peace meal. Except I have got a scene coming up with talking to 300 kids, so mainly I won't be worrying about the mood on the set. I'll be thinking do I know these lines. [video]
Harry In Pain
  • A teaser of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was shown at the MTV awards, of interest is a shot of Harry in pain. This may be the moment of the explosion that kills Fred. It may also be one of the moments when Harry is seeing into Voldemort's mind. It is thought that this scene takes place during the battle of Hogwarts based on the gray stone and what Harry is wearing. [video]
Screencap of Harry on the ground in pain:    


  

  


Filch by a Cell
  • The First Official Teaser Trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released with footage from both parts. Of interest is a shot of Filch walking away from some students in a cell behind some bars then an explosion takes place. It is possible that this scene takes place during the battle. It could also take place sometime in Part 1 if they should show any scenes of the secondary trio (Neville, Luna, and Ginny). [video]
Screencaps of Filch with explosion behind him in cell:    


  

  


Trio by a Gate
  • There was a behind the scenes featurette for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows called 'The Story' with footage from both parts shown during the ABC Family Harry Potter Marathon. Of interest is some shots of Harry, Ron, and Hermione coming towards a gate that they seem to be stuck behind. Notice the snow and fog around them which was most likely caused by dementors. The trio are wearing their battle clothes in this shot, so it is sometime either at Hogsmeade or during the Battle of Hogwarts. There is speculation that this scene is in Hogsmeade after the trio has apparated into the town and the gate is some sort of new protection to keep people in or out. There is also speculation that this scene could be while the trio are on their way to find Snape and Voldemort in the place Snape is killed. [video]
Screencaps of the trio by a gate:    


  

  





  




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Official Promotional Material

Teasers, Trailers, Clips, etc.
  • It has now been confirmed through images of the back cover that there will be footage of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows on the extras of the 2 disc DVD and the Blu-ray releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince.

Back cover of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince DVD:    


    


  • A sneak peek for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released on the Blue-ray and 2 disc DVD releases of Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince. [video]
  • A Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows teaser/sneak peak aired during the 2010 MTV Movie Awards
  • Another teaser trailer was attached to the LEGO Harry Potter Years 1-4 Collectors Edition video game.
Trailers:    


  
First Teaser Trailer

MTV Movie Awards DH Teaser

LEGO HP 1-4 DH Teaser

First Trailer for Part 1

  



TV Spots:    


  
DH Part 1 TV Spot #1

  



Featurettes, First Looks, Sneak Peeks, etc:    


  
ABC Family DH First Look - "The Story"

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Reviews

DH Part 1 Chicago Test Screening

Mugglenet's Emerson Spartz & Eric Scull:    


  
Mugglenet's Emerson Spartz & Eric Scull
* The film is roughly 2 hours and 30 minutes.
* The music used in the screening will not be in the final cut.
* Bill Nighy is great as Minister for Magic Rufus Scrimgeour; the film opens with him addressing the media.
* Hermione uses a memory charm on her parents at the beginning of the film. The big building we see her walking towards in the trailer is just a church in her neighborhood.
* Watching Snape and Voldemort together is amazing on screen. You see them just before Charity Burbage is killed.
* Lucius Malfoy's character is paid attention to; what's going on with his family is very well-established leading into Part 2.
* George loses an ear during the Seven Potters chase scene and the screenwriter kept the "holey" joke between him and Fred in the film.
* The Death Eater who stops the Hogwarts Express in the trailer is looking for Harry Potter. He meets resistance from Neville and other students that are aboard.
* The Hogwarts grounds do not appear in the film until Voldemort opens Dumbledore's tomb.
* The Last Will and Testament of Albus Dumbledore has a much faster payoff than in the book.
* Harry is not disguised as a Weasley cousin at the wedding.
* Aunt Muriel makes Harry feel terrible because of what he doesn't know about Dumbledore.
* Viktor Krum and Madam Maxime make appearances at Bill and Fleur's wedding.
* The scene where Kingsley's patronus arrives at the wedding to announce the Ministry has fallen is chilling.
* Harry has Sirius' mirror. How did he get it?
* Similar to the book there is a ghostly version of Dumbledore guarding Grimmauld Place.
* Kreacher clearly obeys Harry in this film, but there is no flashback showing Regulus and Kreacher obtaining the locket.
* The casting of Mundungus Fletcher was well done and his usage is appropriate.
* A young Dumbledore and Grindelwald appear together in a photo. Harry is forced to investigate this throughout the course of the film as he recognizes Grindelwald's face from somewhere.
* They did not cast Dumbledore's family for Part I.
* The locations for the camp scenes while the Trio are on the run are very beautiful and scenic, making them not as dull as would be expected.
* Harry and Hermione shippers will get their day during the locket Horcrux scene.
* The Godric's Hollow scene where Harry visits his parents grave with Hermione is very moving. Hermione conjures a wreath for the Potters' grave.
* The Tale of the Three Brothers is a fictional story within a fictional story in the books. So when dealing with the movie they could have casted it with real characters. Instead they did a very cool animated sequence as Hermione tells the story.
* Xenophilius Lovegood is very well cast and says "Voldemort" to alert the Snatchers to the Trio's location.
* Hermione's torture really brings out a side of Bellatrix, an aspect of her character that we haven't seen before. What drives her to torture Hermione is both interesting and exciting on film. When Hermione awakens from being tortured she notices the word "mudblood" carved into her arm.
* Peter Pettigrew doesn't die; he is stunned by Dobby during the big escape from Malfoy Manor. Luna, Ollivander and Griphook are all captive in the manor with Harry and Ron.
* Dobby's death is very emotional.
* The film ends with Voldemort opening Dumbledore's tomb and stealing the Elder Wand. We see the scene from the trailer of him shooting magic high into the air and the screen goes black.
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The movie opens with an extreme closeup of Grufus Scrimgeour’s (minister of Magic) as he’s giving a very haunting press conference about all the dangers and horror going around in the wizarding world. The scene zooms out as it turns into a picture in a newspaper. We see the Dursleys packing up, leaving Harry behind, and their house in Pivot Drive completely empty. There’s another scene that starts out with Hermione looking worried in her bedroom. The filmmakers then decided to show Hermione hexing her parents to forget their current lives and move to Australia. After she does this, she also makes all images of her disappear from the pictures in their house. This scene was very well done and was one of my favorites in the whole movie. It was very effective because it quietly communicated the dread wizards were feeling due to Voldemort. There’s a shot in the trailer of Hermione walking towards what looks like a church. She’s not really heading there. It’s just part of a shot of her walking down her street, as the camera pans up to reveal the titles. One thing to note about that: since the movie score isn’t completed yet, they were using a variety of music from other movies, they had some music from Harry Potter, but I would say most of it sounded very much like a Hans Zimmer score. It was a little bizarre to see the Harry Potter And the Deadly Hallows title set to one of the most recognizable cues from The Dark Knight score.


If I recall correctly, we then see a shot of Snape arriving at Malfoy Manor, where there’s a very chilling sequence of Voldemort explaining to the death eaters about the shared core between his wand and Harry’s. The Hogwarts teacher who had been captured and tortured can be seen floating above the table throughout the whole scene. We also get a very intense exchange between Voldemort and Lucius Malfoy, when Voldemort asks for his wand in order to be able to kill Harry. The actor who portrays Lucius does a good job of selling the internal humiliation Lucius feels as his wand is taken away. Then Voldemort brings the teacher forwards, and shortly after she pleads for Severus’ help, she is killed.


We then cut to Harry waiting for the Order of the Phoenix to arrive. One of the things that I was very impressed with in the movie was how despite it being the darkest Harry Potter movie of all, it also had a lot of light hearted humorous parts. The seven Harrys scene is one of the best examples of this. As we see the decoys taking the polyjuice potion, the camera pans 360 degrees around the real Harry seeing all of them transforming. After, when they are changing, there’s a very funny moment when they’re all commenting on Harry’s eyesight, and Fleur comments how hideous she is as she takes of her bra. The sight gag of Dan Radcliffe taking off a bra got a lot of laughs from the audience. The scene plays out pretty much like the book, with the big exception of Harry and Lupin not having the heated argument they have in the book. In fact, Tonks’ pregnancy is brushed aside. It was a little frustrating if you’ve read the book, because they didn’t just omitted it, but literally brushed it aside: just as Tonks is about to make her announcement, Mad-Eye pushes her aside and discusses how important it is to move Harry. Mundungus Fletcher is briefly introduced without much background in this scene, though it is established that he’s forced to be there and that he’s a sketchy character.


Right before they leave, we see the scene of Harry releasing Hedwig from his front door, as seen in the recent publicity shots that have been circling around the web. The chase scene that follows is very exciting, though it mostly focuses on Harry and Hagrid (who is stupefied or paralyzed shortly after the chase begins, leaving Harry to fend for himself). The chase itself is very exciting, and takes place high in the sky, and on the street level, including a sequence through a tunnel that has the motorcycle doing a loop and Harry tippy-toeing on a truck as he hangs on for dear life. Hedwig’s death is a big change from the book; and one, I think is an improvement. Instead of the Death Eaters finding out who the real Harry is because he used Expelliarmus, they find out because Hedwig is flying close to him protecting him. In the movie, as Harry’s about to get hit with a death curse, Hedwig gets in the way and gets killed. Hagrid wakes up as they enter the protected area by the Weasley’s and one by one the Order of the Phoenix arrives. We do not see Mad-Eye’s death, it is only mentioned that he was killed after Fletcher escaped. The scene where Lupin grabs Harry for questioning is identical to the book, and translated great to the screen.


After, there’s a short scene of Harry trying to leave and Ron convincing him to stay for the wedding. We later see them putting up the wedding tent as Rufus Scrimgeour arrives to read the last will of Dumbledore. I thought the scene was very interesting, and the filmmakers made a very good effort of trying to maintain the relevance of the items Dumbledore left them throughout the movie. The golden snitch is usually seen flying around Harry at various points in the film, Ron’s illuminator is used several times. The Tales of Beedle the Bard are kind of ignored upfront, but obviously play a large part later on in the film.


The biggest change in the wedding scene is that Harry attends without any disguise. We see cameos from some old characters like Madam Maxine and Victor Krum (who dances with Hermione as Ron jealously watches in the background). This is also where we meet Mr. Lovegood, who was perfectly cast and portrayed. The camera purposely focuses on his necklace, but nothing is mentioned about it. We do not learn its significance until later, and there is no argument between him and Krum.Then there’s a short, but good conversation between Harry, Aunt Muriel and Elphias Doge in which some exposition is given to Dumbledore’s past. The actress playing Aunt Muriel makes a very good job at teasing Harry for not knowing Dumbledore. The wedding is cut short by the Patronus announcing the fall of the Ministry and the impending arrival of the Death Eaters. After a chaotic exit, we see the trio go into the coffee shop, where they are attacked by another pair of Death Eaters. There’s a nice bookend sequence here where Hermione uses the same memory charm on one of the Death Eaters that she used on her parents.


The Grimmauld place sequences are very shortened compared to the ones in the book. The trio discovers that RAB is Regulus Black very quickly and there’s no doubt it’s him who took the locket. Harry then finds Krecher and sends him after Mundungus Fletcher when he finds out he stole the locket. The whole subplot with the dual portraits in Grimmauld place and the Hogwarts Headmaster’s office was cut. There’s short sequence at Diagon Alley, where we see Fletcher hiding from people (and the first sighting of the Harry Potter Undesireable #1 poster). The movie then cuts to Harry, Ron and Hermione sitting around a table, when they hear a noise, then they notice Mundungus Fletcher with Kreacher hanging around his neck. Then, in what got one of the biggest reactions from the audience, Dobby greets Harry Potter as the camera pans to show him dangling from Fletcher’s leg. After a quick interrogation, they realize they need to go to the Ministry.


The Ministry sequence plays out almost exactly like the book. I have to say, seeing people flush themselves down a toilet to get there was very funny, especially because when we first see the bathroom, every stall has a line of people constantly going in but no one coming out. One thing that stood out is that the filmmakers were going to great extents to draw comparisons between the crusade against Muggles and Nazis. The statue at the entrance of the Ministry has been replaced by one of Muggles being crushed to death by wizards. Later, when Harry enters Umbridge’s office, we see workers making anti-muggle propaganda that looks almost exactly like Nazi propaganda. The guards at the ministry even have red bands around their arms, similar to Nazis. This was a little jarring for me even if it was also very strongly implied in the books, mostly, I think because of how visually obvious it is. The effects from their escape out of the ministry were very unfinished, but they include a run-in with Dementors in the court room, and some back and forth spell casting with Ministry storm troopers. Finally, we see them apparate in the wilderness, and Ron’s arm being severely hurt, which puts him out of commission for a while, and sets the stage for his jealousy and eventual leaving.


After that, the movie slows down quite a bit, as we enter the scenes set when Harry, Ron and Hermione walk around in the wilderness. I was afraid that the movie was going to have the same pacing problems as the book had during these sequences, and I was not proven wrong. These scenes tend to drag a bit, especially because the first part of the movie is so full of action sequences. One thing that makes these scenes more interesting than the book’s is that the locations they used to film these are absolutely stunning. Props to the location scouts for finding these places. Another big element in this set of scenes is the horcrux locket, and the effect it has on whoever wears it. In a way, these scenes almost feel like a Lord of the Rings homage, due to the constant wide shots of pretty landscapes and the similar ways in which the locket and the One ring affect whoever is wearing it.


It is interesting to note that, while Ron listens to his radio, the Potterwatch subplot is mostly overlooked. Since the movie is very much focused only on what Harry, Ron and Hermione are doing (think, for example, how in War of the Worlds or Signs we never really see what’s going on in the outside world), I thought the underuse of Potterwatch was a missed opportunity to show how horrible things were out in the rest of the world.


The scenes of Ron arguing with Harry and Ron abandoning them were very well acted, in my opinion. The performances were all around the best in any of the Potter movies, especially from the main three characters.


After Ron leaves, Harry and Hermione decide to go to Godric’s Hollow. The scene right when they arrive is another one of my favorite scenes from the movie. The setting and tone are very dark, like the rest of the movie, but it is contrasted with the snow and the caroling they hear from a nearby church. The scene when Harry finds his parent’s tomb is as close to perfect as possible. A very creepy Bathilda Bagshot shows up at the cemetery and leads them to her house. Just as in the book, she does not speak in front of Hermione, and takes Harry upstairs, where she speaks to him in Parsel (a change from the book, where we do not learn that it’s Parsel until later.) The effect of Nagini coming out of Bathilda were mostly incomplete. In particular, we saw what seemed to be a place holder for the most graphic scene of Bathilda’s skin falling to the ground as Nagini comes out. What we saw were a couple of quick shots of her jumping out. Voldemort does not show up at Godric’s Hollow before they disapparate out.


We see Harry having another of the dreams / shared memories he’s had throughout the movie, bringing him one step closer to finding out about the elder wand. When he wakes up, Hermione tells him he’s been out cold for a while. I can’t remember if this is where this particular scene is placed in the movie, but the filmmakers added a very very good scene of Harry and Hermione setting the locket (and therefore, their worries) aside, and they have a very awkward, but touching dance in the tent. It was also one of my favorite scenes in the movie, because it brought some levity to all the bad moments they’d been through up to that point.


Afterwards, we see the scene of the Doe patronus leading Harry to Griffindor’s sword, and the scene plays out much like the book, including a very dramatic reveal that it’s Ron who rescues Harry from drowning in the freezing water. After they get Griffindor’s sword, Harry opens the locket so Ron can destroy the Horcrux. When it opens, a massive creature that looks a little like the Smoke monster from Lost appears and tries starts taunting Ron with everything that made him leave in the first place. The sequence hits a high point with what I think will be one of the most talked about things in this movie: a silvery illusion Harry and Hermione are shown making out topless. Great acting by Rupert Grint in this scene.


After that, they decide to visit Mr. Lovegood, where they finally learn about the symbol of the Hallows. In an inspired choice by the filmmakers, we do not only hear the Tale of the Three Brothers as Hermione reads it, but also shown it through an animation sequence. It’s a little tough to describe, but I’ll try my best. It’s a pretty barebones animation set against a simple background that looks like old and yellowed paper. The characters look basically like 3D animated stick figures, and almost like a scaled back version of something Tim Burton would do. Everyone I talked to thought that the sequence was a very clever way to get through a lot of exposition.


Another change from the book is that Mr. Lovegood calls the Death Eaters to his house by saying Voldemort’s name outloud. (The taboo was mentioned by Ron earlier in the movie, but not really explained.) After they manage to escape the attack, they apparate immediately to where the snatchers are. They get chased down through the forest, shooting spells from their wands. The scene seemed to be shot with a hand held camera, and there was a lot of shaking and quick cuts, like a Jason Bourne chase sequence. The effects on this scene also looked like a work in progress, and there was no music (and since most of the movie had a temporary score, we don’t know if they intentionally left no music for this sequence.) They get caught, but not before Hermione deforms Harry’s face so that he’s not recognized, and then they get taken to Malfor Manor.


Given that the movie was going to be split, I thought that the escape from Malfoy Manor would be emphasized more, and the action increased, so as to give the movie one final large action sequence before the cut. However, it seemed to go much faster than I anticipated. After Bellatrix notices Griffindor’s sword, she keeps Hermione for torture and sends the rest of them to the dungeon. The torture scenes are very intense, but a lot of what makes the scene work is seeing the characters in the dungeon react to Hermione screaming in pain. Bellatrix cuts the word Mudblood into Hermione’s forearm. Harry looks into the mirror shard (something he’s been holding the entire movie, while looking at Dumbledore’s eye the whole time), and soon after, Dobby apparates to help Harry. An interesting note is that Wormtail is stunned by Dobby but he does not die in the movie. Given how much I hate that character, I hope they’re just saving it for the second part.


After they escape the dungeon, the confrontation and escape from the Manor goes very quickly. Dobby drops the chandelier, Harry dodges and wrestles Draco’s wand from him (another interesting point is how Tom Felton played Draco with a lot of uncertainty of what’s happening around him. In this sequence, for example, Draco barely puts up a fight with Harry for his wand, and the whole time, Draco has a conflicted look on his face). The scene ends with Dobby gathering everyone around him in order to apparate in Bill and Fleur’s house. Before they leave, we see Bellatrix throw a knife at the group, and the whole scene is set in slow motion, so you see the knife flying towards Dobby, while at the same time we see the apparition portal opening up. We do not see what happens with the knife at this moment. Then the movie cuts to a beach, where Harry yells happily that they’re all OK; until he notices that Dobby had been stabbed in the heart with the knife Beatrix threw. Dobby dies in Harry’s arms, and he declares he wants to bury him traditionally, with no magic. This is the last we see of our heroes.


The final shot of the film is the only to take place in Hogwarts, (I didn’t see the castle, but it is likely that it will be added later) and it’s Voldemort flying towards Dumbledore’s tomb, cracking it open, and taking the Elder Wand from his dead hands. The camera focuses on Voldemort’s joyous face as he obtained the only Hallow he was looking for, the camera zooms out and we see he’s conjuring up a massive and ominous cloud. The end.


I would say this is my favorite Harry Potter movie since Prisioner of Azkaban without a doubt. It is also the most faithful to the books since movies 1 and 2. I’m still conflicted about the split because it both feels appropriate and like an excuse to extend the series at the same time. The movie benefits from not having the action and narrative compressed like the last few movies, but at the same time, the cut feels a little artificial, especially if you’ve read the book. My biggest complaint with the split is that the movie ends shortly after we learn about the Hallows (and by extension, the reason for the title). That’s the moment when the story moves away from the three characters trying to figure out the plot, to the characters having a good understanding about what’s going on and what they need to do next. Because of this, the movie doesn’t seem to have that strong a narrative compass as it could. Once both movies are out, it won’t make sense to watch this part without watching part 2 shortly after, and in the meantime, this movie suffers a bit because of this.


Most of the omissions and changes from the book seemed to be either improvements, or changes that were made to simplify the narrative and avoid unnecessary exposition. The best example would be the change in the role of Hedwig at the beginning of the film. Keeping the Expeliarmus explanation would have added a lot of confusing exposition to the movie. The change allowed for a more streamlined narrative, and also for Hedwig’s death to be more meaningful. They can also trim a little from the middle sequences in the forest. That part seemed to drag a little, just like in the book. However, these complaints are minor, and do not detract significantly from the film.


Overall, I believe the movie lived up to expectations, and it bodes well for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, since they got a lot of the exposition out of the way, they’ll be able to make a more action packed and exciting movie.
  




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