Harry and Ron at the Burrow in New Clip Released from “Deathly Hallows: Part 1″ Film

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Nov 03, 2010

Posted by EdwardTLC

The LA Times Hero Complex blog is continuing their countdown coverage of the upcoming “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1″ film with a minute long clip from the film. Available to view right here in our Video Galleries, the clip features the characters of Harry and Ron having a tense discussion about what is to come in the hunt for horcruxes.
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33 Responses to Harry and Ron at the Burrow in New Clip Released from “Deathly Hallows: Part 1″ Film

Avatar Imagehermy007 says: cool stuff. :) i would probably be more excited about seeing this if i hadnt seen most of it from tv spots. ah well. Avatar Imageabandonedboyjon says: i was actually a bit disappointed in the dialogue/acting here. obviously, seeing it in context is completely different, but this just left me sort of 'eh.'Avatar ImageMudblood_and_proud says: this mas on mugglenet yesterday. seriously leaky step up or i'm joining mugglenetAvatar Image29puppy104 says: It was pretty cool, LOL I yelled, "Yeah, HARRY!" after I finished off one of his sentences, ". . . while the other survives." Yep, pretty siked! Too bad no midnight for me though. :/ Tickets sold faster than I thought!Avatar ImageGinnyPotter88 says: yeah a Little disspointed in this mainly cause its all been in the tv spots!!Avatar ImageGinnyPotter88 says: yeah a Little disspointed in this mainly cause its all been in the tv spots!!Avatar ImageSindi says: Most of it ive seen on tv spots but still very excited! Avatar Imageratorr2 says: Yay! More videos!!Avatar ImageFilthyMudblood___ says: Ooh, exciting!Avatar ImageJeannine says: The acting in was SO good in this scene ...so 'real' and not contrived , fake or over-the-top ,as is so often the case with so much of the other films from HP.....good job !! Dan and Rupert ...made me want to see this film!!!Avatar ImageYodatheHobbit says: Some if it has been in one TV Spot.Avatar ImageGiant Fairy says: Hmmmm...though we ll have the film one day early here in good old Germany, we don t have your tv spots, so it s new for me..Think, out of the context it doesn t make sense for me, because I miss Hermione in that discussion. In the book Ron s and Hermiones "preparations" follow this discussion. I really have to be persuaded through the film to like that changeAvatar Imageforgetmenot_007 says: Cool! :-)Avatar Imageazaadpotter says: Cool. hope we get more of these kind of videos in the next few daysAvatar ImageHBPFan says: I agree with abandonedboyjon.. I didn't like the dialogue in this scene at all.. Harry saying "I don't want to stay for any wedding, I don't care whose wedding it is", is just not something Harry would say - or think. At least not the Harry character we've come to know and love from the books. Why are they trying to change the character? Ron's dialogue was eh, ok.. but again, not good really. I really hope the film's dialogue is better in other scenes..Avatar ImageSlytherins says: Fantastic clip, thank you for sharing! Although parts of this were seen in the TV spots, it's nice to see the whole scene and exchange between Harry and Ron. Not too long to wait now until Part One!Avatar Imagekiwimci says: Something was a bit off for me too, I wasn´t sure whether it was the dialogue, the acting, or the editing but something was just off. Maybe a combination of all 3. On second viewing it didn´t seem so bad. I just felt a bit- meh! And Ron´s line about Hermione seemed to work better in the TV spot than this clip. It all just felt a little contrived, concept´s good though. Running off on his own´s a very Harry thing to do (albeit even if it´s more of a movie-Harry thing to do). The concept of the seen works and seeing as it´s just after Moody dying- it works.Avatar ImagePetra says: Not watching anything... two weeks left.. :DAvatar Imagesueml says: I think this clip fits in very well with the book. I've read the different parts that this clip summarizes just recently. This is not reminiscent of the scene in the bedroom where Hermione and Ron inform Harry of all they've done to prepare for going with him. This scene is more a combination of the parts of the book where 1) after Moody dies, during the fire-whisky toast, Harry announces that he is leaving so no one else's life is at risk, and of course they all lambast him; and 2) Harry announces to Ron that he is leaving after his birthday and Ron says "you can't!" "what about the wedding? - they'll kill us if we're not there!" Harry gives Ron a "murderous look" and says "don't they know how important this is?" and Ron replies "no mate, they don't" (approximate dialogue). So it is very "canon" both for Harry to have expressed that he finds having to stay for the wedding very frivilous at this important time, and also that he did in fact want to leave before the trace was off. By the way - I found the acting subtle and real. I think some people's expectations are over the top due to all of the build-up and hype.Avatar Imagemew5645 says: cant waitAvatar ImageFastbak says: [quote]I agree with abandonedboyjon.. I didn’t like the dialogue in this scene at all.. Harry saying “I don’t want to stay for any wedding, I don’t care whose wedding it is”, is just not something Harry would say – or think. At least not the Harry character we’ve come to know and love from the books. Why are they trying to change the character? Ron’s dialogue was eh, ok.. but again, not good really. I really hope the film’s dialogue is better in other scenes..[/quote] Well remember in the movies Harry doesnt really know Bill at all. He only met him in the "Seven Potters" scene in this movie and he's only just acquaintances with Fleur who he's last seen in GOF. He's also just heard that Moody died, George lose an ear, Hedwig sacrifice himself to save him so he's feeling kind of guilty.Avatar Imagesueml says: @Fastbak - I disagree. It actually *is* something Harry thought and, although didn't exactly say, very much alluded to (regarding not going to the wedding). See my comment previous to yours with quotes from the book. These passages in the book show how disctracted Harry is by the task and that all he can think about is to get moving on it. Harry was never portrayed to be a shrinking violet in the books - he said what was on his mind, he was a bit of a hot-head, and he often acted without thinking (that's why I love him!).Avatar Imagesueml says: Ooops sorry Fastbak - you were quoting "HBFan". Well, my comment goes to them then!Avatar ImageFastbak says: That's okay. I didn't know the board didn't have "quote" functions!Avatar ImageNorian says: You know, I love seeing all this clips, but if WB keeps releasing them for viewing, we will have seen the entire movie before it comes out. Avatar ImageCatherine says: hmm....added scene, but a good added scene. didnt like harry's lines so much ....so ill give it a ok/good from me!Avatar ImageCatherine says: hmm....added scene, but a good added scene. didnt like harry's lines so much ....so ill give it a ok/good from me!Avatar ImageCatherine says: hmm....added scene, but a good added scene. didnt like harry's lines so much ....so ill give it a ok/good from me!Avatar ImageCatherine says: sorry for all those posts my computer is being mean to me!Avatar ImageMaryMalfoy says: Yeah, I don't like the dialogue in this scene. This really makes Harry seem like a major douche. First of all, whether or not he considered not going to the wedding and leaving the Burrow, he wasn't actually going to do it. And, if he was planning on leaving all of a sudden with Ron, and leaving Hermione behind.. that would just be stupid, and quite reckless. Oh, well. I'm kind of wondering by this point if Warner Brothers is going to have released the entire film by the time it's out by this rate of clips we're getting. Avatar ImageTurquoiseRose13 says: Well, I liked it, haha. Haters be hatin :PAvatar ImageGiant Squid says: Thats pretty awesome!Avatar ImageBless_the_children says: I feel like "movie Harry" is often so dumb or ill-informed compared to the real "book Harry." Harry never would have walked out on Ron and Hermione like that. It's nice that they finally gave Rupert five seconds where he doesn't look like an overshadowed douche bag, but he is the immature one in DH, and Harry is the one showing maturity and thinking well. *le sigh*

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