Hi Res “Deathly Hallows” Images from Entertainment Weekly Now Online


Aug 16, 2010

Posted by John Admin

High resolution images from “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” first released in the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly can now be seen here in our galleries courtesy of Warner Bros., starting with this image of Harry and Hermione in the forest.

You can find scans of the article in the same album in the Leaky Galleries at this link and find our account of the article’s content in this post.

The high resolution images are as follows – click on the link to be taken directly to the galleries:

Many thanks to Warner Bros. for sending the images along!

47 Responses to Hi Res “Deathly Hallows” Images from Entertainment Weekly Now Online

Avatar Imagebiggestharrypotterfan says: FIRST COMMENT! <3 and loving those pictures.Avatar ImageThe Hollow says: Curious about why they allowed Hedwig to live.Avatar Imageazaadpotter says: Excellent!!!Avatar ImageNatalie says: I can't wait!!!!!!... Honestly...it seems that this film is the only good thing I'm waiting for these days... :( :( ....What am I going to be waiting for once all this is over?Avatar Imagekatielilly says: The Blood is back! And why is Harry setting Hedwig free? It's nice and all that they are letting him live but I don't see the reason why.Avatar Imagespikester93 says: Wow these images are just EPIC! And for all those people thinking Hedwig lives... she doesn't. They have changed it slightly, he lets her go.. but returns to save harry at the "Flight of the 7 potters" and sacrifices herself to save him.Avatar Imageaval says: cool Avatar Imageksddancer says: This is so cool! Great pics!Avatar Imagejhangelgurl says: Thanks for the images.Now i just need to wait for the film!Avatar Imagedoughboy6390 says: Soikerster93 it would be soooooo sad if that's how they killed Hedwig! Makes sense though since it is technically the first death in the book and to make it more dramatic.Avatar ImageHermione Elizabeth says: Awesome pics! The one of the death eaters at Malfoy Manor is now my new wallpaper. haha I saw on Mugglenet that in the movie, Hedwig is let go before the 7 Potter's scene.... I don't agree with it. But that's what they have done.Avatar Imagefloridianhp says: hedwigs going to live??? what the heck. i mean i dnt want him to die but tht should be apart of the movie. Avatar Imagefloridianhp says: oh nvr mind.Avatar Imagesquib1211 says: if u look closely at Hedwig's right leg/foot she has a letter tied to her leg so he isnt setting her free in this pictureAvatar Imagefloridianhp says: hedwigs going to live??? what the heck. i mean i dnt want him to die but tht should be apart of the movie. Avatar ImageScarlette says: The 'Life & Lies' book reminds of the book 'Wicked'. And it's weird how there are similarities between both stories. Wonder if they did that on purpose...Avatar ImageSquib2917 says: from what I've read, hedwig does die, though it varies slightly from the book. She is flying beside harry and saves his life dying a hero rather than as a piece of luggage. as for the blood on hermione's hand, it was only removed for the trailer, it was never meant to be a permanent change. the mpaa(motion picture association of america) has strict guidelines on what studios can show in a trailer that is "approved for all audiences." so there you go, hope i've relieved a few of you. :]Avatar ImageNumeroUnoFan says: gnarly photos but im bummed hedwig doesnt get dropped even if its super sadAvatar ImageDawna says: Great Pictures!Avatar Imagewintec says: according to other sites, Harry releases Hedwig before the 7 potters sequence, but there is rumor that she comes back to "save" him during the death eater attack and then gets killedAvatar Imagechikitcorpuzvesterbaek says: it is more fitting that hedwig perishes free instead of cramped in his cage. i am still blown to bits at how good this franchise has been at casting the characters. looking forward to rhys' lovegood.Avatar ImageYmineken says: Love the pictures, I want to see MORE :)Avatar ImageMr. Brightside says: Lets take a moment to realize something here. Hedwig is a female! A "SHE"! Get it?! Anyway, haven't we see this pics already?Avatar ImageFleur-de- Lily says: Awesome pics! Avatar ImageNatalie says: Is it just me or the kiss between Harry and Ginny looks really sexy???Avatar ImageRosie016 says: I bought this magazine, because I am becoming more nostalgic about the last 2 films arriving and trying to eat up every bit of previews for DH :-)Avatar ImagePetra says: I love this "Harry and Hedwig" pic and "Harry and Hermione in the forest"...Should be epic... <3Avatar Imagedarkk_rose says: I'm ok with giving Hedwig a better death. (I hope they do the same for others, like Moody, in the movie, too, to be honest.) I'd even be ok if they let her live. Not just because it's sad - but because it's so stupid. I always wondered why Harry had to lock Hedwig up for the journey to Hogwarts, let alone when he's going on the run. I mean, you're talking about an intelligent bird that you can basically tell to go anywhere, including telling her to be sneaky about. Why couldn't you just say "Hey, Hedwig, meet me at Hogwarts" for the start of the school years, or, in the case of getting away, "Go to the Burrow" or something? It never made any sense, so I'll be glad if they change that up a bit.Avatar ImageL. Ravenclaw says: darkk_rose is totally right!!! i mean yeah sure its dramaticly to let his only living beast who loves him die but it was a bit over the edge.Avatar ImageGryffindor_Girl_xx says: cool pics!!!Avatar ImageHagrid 713 says: sngh his = am torn between not looking at these and spoiling movie and dying to see them!~Avatar Imagehaleytttw says: love these pics, but they should follow the book. Avatar Imagemegash06 says: really awesome pics i cant wait for the movie the book was great!!! :)Avatar Imageizziewitch says: I just realized that picture of Harry and Ginny kissing isn't the same as in the trailer, so we get to see them snog more than once! Bet this is at the Burrow on his birthday. And I don't see anything attached to Hedwig's leg; I like the idea she might get a more heroic death than in the book.Avatar ImageFresca says: That is a good article in Entertainment. I too think that Hedwig is going to die, just not the same way it happened in the book.Avatar Imagefriendofblob says: This is so sharp, and Xenophilus's pose is hilarious! :3Avatar Imagesnunkiebrian says: Aww i like the one of Ron and Harry i wonder what scene that one is from..... xxxxxxAvatar Imageccoolkid says: coolAvatar Imageharrypotterfreak101 says: Those pictures look awesome! I can't wait till the Deathly Hallows come out!Avatar ImageGiant Squid says: Awesome! I really love these pics!Avatar Imagemystiqueminx says: They should nt let Hedwig live! These filmmakers think they are better than JK Rowling,,,,,Avatar Imagesnapester says: The pic doesn't necessarily mean that Hedwig is going to live. Remember since this is a movie what happens in the book may not translate well on the big screen or may be hard to film and look realistic. Plus, when working with animals, they have to be careful how they treat them and have limits with what they can do with them. Thus, I think it is realistic to think her death, though tragic, will happen another way?Avatar Imageapm239 says: I went out and bought the issue just for this article! Lol.Avatar Imagezoltan42 says: The most predominant comment thread seems to be regarding Hedwig. However, I think more significant is the picture of Harry & Hagrid -- the one that shows the full moon. Wouldn't that make it a little, oh, hard for Lupin?Avatar Imagesiena says: No, Natalia, you are not alone - the pic with Harry and Ginny is definately charged - in fact, compared to HBP, this picture finally shows that there IS some on-screen chemistry between Radcliffe and Wright - finally. Avatar ImageLoonyMaddie3 says: I read the HP articles and they were awesome! Plus, at the end of the magazine, a page had a blip of stuff on Justin Bieber's new book! It said: "The most unnecessary contribution to American literacy!" I loved it!Avatar ImageWON_TWO says: Very nice pix!!!

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