Heh, deny Ron and Hermione their dance and give it to Harry and Hermione instead.
Only steve kloves is capable of such crappy script writing and “re-inventing” the actual canon.
These are just fabulous ! My God, it really is coming to an end isn’t it ? * lip wobble * The trailer is wonderful and the scenes are perfect ! You can FEEL the tension ! Everything that is of absolute utter importance is going to be there, I can tell.
erm i could swear olivander has stolen xeno’s role. he is meant to know chuff all about the hallows!!
but it looks so amazing, the chase scenes they kept slotting in looked epic. i am gonna be so sad when its all over
I say forget canon. I’ve always hated that word. HP is HP in my book.
No disrespect to those who like the canon pairings or to Rupert Grint or Bonnie Wright, but Warner Bros. knows where the money is, and it’s with Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson. That’s why a lot of trailers show Harry and Hermione tag-teaming. It’s also why the Horcrux H/Hr kiss is going to be in the movie, and will probably get a tease in a trailer somewhere. Wouldn’t be surprised to see them do a movie as romantic leads together down the line, kind of like Leo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet…they have great onscreen chemistry together.
Roonwit: I thought the voiceover explanation was Xeno Lovegood, not Ollivander…Xeno explaining the Hallows would make more sense. Also, the H/Hr tent dancing and high five looked like a behind the scenes/not for the movie thing…this movie’s way too grim for them to be laughing like that. Unless they did something naughty in the tent when Ron left. :)
!!!These are supercool pics!!!
Harry looks matured,perfectly like a 17 years old.
Hermione’s looking great in her red outfit !
Can’t wait for DH!!!
kmac23va: I think it sounds like John Hurt. There might of course be some editing going on in what Ollivander says though, mixing references to the Hallows and the Elder Wand (which Ollivander does know about) for dramatic effect. It also occurs to me that the talk with Ollivander is probably one of the last scenes in Part One so they might be setting up the impression they want to leave the audience with (I suppose it might equally be used at the start of Part Two to explain what the Hallows are to anyone who didn’t see part one, or has forgotten in the past eight months).
kmac23va: It did occur to me that the high fives might not be in the movie, perhaps just reacting after a successfully shot scene or a good take, though I decided in context that it was more likely to be in the movie (and it would just about work after decoding the sword mystery). However, we know there is a Harry/Hermione dance in part one, so I think that scene in the tent is genuine, perhaps just trying to cheer each other up (perhaps around Christmas).
AHHHH! That looks awesome. Can’t wait. :D
Those “mysterious eyes” belong to Bill Nighy, who portrays Scrimgeour. It’s definitely not Aberforth. I’m an immense Bill Nighy fan, and I would recognize his eyes.
yeah those are for SURE bill nighy’s eyes
AHHHHH!!!! I got teary eyed and super excited all at the same time! I feel like a kid at Christmastime! I so can’t wait!!!!