New Stills of “Deathly Hallows: Part 2,” Including the Boathouse

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Jul 06, 2011

Posted by Mel

We have some new behind the scenes images that were taken during the filming of “Deathly Hallows: Part 2,” which includes a look at the boathouse created for the movie. You can see that image here.

Other stills include part of Voldemort and Harry’s confrontation, David Thewlis (Remus Lupin) and Alan Rickman’s (Severus Snape) last day on set, and director David Yates talking to Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) and Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) on the Hogwarts set. See these and more here in our galleries.

Many thanks to UniversHarryPotter!





48 Responses to New Stills of “Deathly Hallows: Part 2,” Including the Boathouse

Avatar Imagekyrstalkris says: Boathouse?Avatar ImageHarrypotter4 says: cool pics!!!Avatar ImageFelipe_Q says: I don't like how they keep breaking the continuity in the look of things, but I gotta admit the sets always look amazing and they just get better and better every movie. Stuart Craig is a master.Avatar ImageKanedaX says: I'm fine with breaking continuity so long as it makes sense within the context of the movie. Bring it!Avatar ImageWON_TWO says: I have always been bothered by mis-matching elements...Avatar Imagejcaballero46 says: I have no idea how the actors can work in the green room!!!! I wonder if they ever visualize their own thing n be astonished or upset as to how it really looks in the movie lolAvatar ImageMad But Happy says: Looks cool to me!Avatar Imagehalfbloodprincesss says: Stuart Craig is a genious, but why do they have to mess with the sets/specifics of it all?Avatar Imagegryffindor1991 says: the boat house looks beautiful!Avatar Imageginny_weasley1998 says: COolio Avatar ImageLuce_depp says: it looks great... but why change? they would've already had a set? why do they have to change... seriously... just for the sake of changing it?Avatar Imageilive2sing22 says: Oh...SNAPE!!! DxAvatar ImageValeria-Johanna says: I was a bit doubtful at first about the Boathouse idea, but I must say this picture has reassured me. It has a bit of a Viking funeral feeling to it, which seems right and proper for the film! Avatar ImageValeria-Johanna says: @Luce-Lupin, @HalfBloodPrincess, I don't think the Shrieking Shack set they used in PoA would have worked for the filming of this scene. And if they had built a different Shrieking Shack, people would still have complained about continuity. The more I look at it, the more I like this setting.Avatar ImageValeria-Johanna says: Interesting - it looks as though Snape has a reflection but Voldemort hasn't.Avatar ImageFleur-de- Lily says: cool pics!!!Avatar Imagehermione5286 says: i dint think i could get anymore excited about the new harry potter but these images have proved that wrong!!Avatar Imagehermione5286 says: i didnt think harry potte could get better but here is the proof!!Avatar Imageshi suisen says: Ah.. the boathouse looks beautiful~Avatar Imagemencia says: it looks awesome!Avatar ImageLunaLuver says: After all this time, and only a week left to go, why did they have to show us the Boathouse!?! I really wanted that to be a surprise! :(Avatar Imageazaadpotter says: Cool picsAvatar Imageravenpuffandstuff says: i do like the look of the boat house, but i still like the whole erie-ness of the shrieking shack and wish they would have kept it the way it was written in the book. I know its not going to affect the plot really, but throughout the whole series, i have feared that they would change too much in the final movie and seeing these location changes.... i'm scared more changes have been made that will take away from the story. idk maybe my expectations for the movie are too high, but I really dont wanna be dissapointed in ANY way even tho thats sorta impossible consideing how amazing the books were. oh well, Im still SUPER excited!!!!!Avatar ImageGiant Squid says: Awesome pics!

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