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Warner Bros. reveals second photo of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

By Jarrod Sarafin     December 03, 2009
Source: Yahoo Movies

Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) inspecting the Black home in HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS: PART I(2010).
© Warner Bros. Pictures

Just a few days after USA Today revealed the first official image from Warner Bros. Pictures' Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I, the studio has given Yahoo Movies a second image for the fans. Check it out down below. The next installment, the first of the two-part finale, is behind helmed by David Yates from a screenplay by Steve Kloves.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I will hit theaters November 19, 2010.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II will hit theaters July 15, 2011.  

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FrozenFear 12/3/2009 8:55:28 AM

I'm hoping with this book being broken into two movies, it will allow for sticking closer to the literary source without having to portray them cooking three square meals a day in real time.

As for these photos being released.... Really? This is news? All the main sites (Yahoo, Google, MSN, etc.) have been proudly displaying the first photo of the dynamic threesome and now we have one of Harry with a wand. With Half-Blood Prince still fresh in our minds, I think we remember what the main cast looks like and don't need photos of them aged a couple of months.

I say if you're going to release photos that you want the newswire to pick up, how about some extensive new set? Or a new character (Papa Lovegood)?


Tonebone 12/3/2009 10:46:36 AM

ITA Tkay

And if people actually take the time to do some research, you'd see that at this point, they aren't that far off from the ages of their characters. They are supposed to be 17 in their 7th year. Daniel Radcliffe is around 20, Rupert Gint 21 and Emma Watson 19.

ddiaz28 12/3/2009 11:37:16 AM

They've released these generic photos to tease every movie so far.  It just gets the kiddies excited I guess.  But I agree, show us  something from a familiar scene that we can get excited about rather than the cast just standing in an unknown set. 

almostunbiased 12/3/2009 6:08:49 PM

I finally started reading these books.  Half way through the first.  Can't wait for this.  Oh wait I have too.  Well crap.

SinCity 12/5/2009 7:06:02 AM

almostunbiased- I just got around to reading the series at the end of this past summer and into fall. Very good stuff. The movies are more faithful to the books than a lot of people give them credit for - yes, they cut a lot out, but they had to.... and the core stories are still there, in each and every one. IMO, Goblet of Fire was the one that failed the hardest, but as each book seemed to go hundreds of pages longer than the one before it, it's easy to see why they had to drop so many scenes.


I think you will also like the fact that Rowling took the trouble to mature her writing style as the characters matured. You don't really see that happening until around the third book, but there was a point where I thought to myself, "Hey... she's not writing down to me like I'm 11 anymore... more like I'm 16 or so!"  heheh


If you're heavily into fantasy, I think you'll enjoy the series.




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