As you may recallABC Family is airing the first five Harry Potter movies this weekend, which will include new interviews with the cast and new footage from "Deathly Hallows." Some of these new interviews and footage have hit YouTube. The video includes a few of the actors and David Yates and David Heyman discussing "Deathly Hallows," as scenes from the movie play in the background, some of them, like clips of the battle at Hogwarts, which haven't been seen before. You can watch the video in our Video Galleries or below.
I’m watching SS now – saw the trailer, Dan, Emma & Rupert talk about the excitement and action – good stuff
Wow – 1st !
They all look so much older – especially out of character – I’ll bet they’re convincing in the Epilogue
darn it not first.
It looks really cool. Can’t wait to see it.
I’ve been watching, and I saw the first one. It was amazing! So much footage of the Battle of Hogwarts being shot…aaahh. Exciting! And we saw about one glance of Snape. I hope we see more of him in previews and specials :}
I’ve set my DVR to record all of it!!! Can’t wait!
Wow. Awesome footage. I wonder where Harry and Hermione were trying to get to during the ‘gate’ scene? Pretty sure it’s during the battle though…
woo this is awesome!!!
You can see Neville with the sword!
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHMYYYYYYYYYGAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWD. I swear I’m going to die of excitment before this movie finnaly comes out!!!!!! Squeeeeeeee♥
Neville with the Sword of Gryffndor at 1:38!
this is sooooooooo exciting , all of it, i cannot wait for part 1 and then to be at leaky con in orlando for part 2…..oh my goodness……this is going to be such a great movie !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! not enough words to express myself…….. :D
OMG this is sooooooooo exciting i cant wait im planning on going to the very first showing of part 1 in my area .
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