Scans from EW’s “Deathly Hallows: Part 2″ Preview Online

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Apr 14, 2011

Posted by EdwardTLC

Leaky obtained an early copy of the upcoming issue of Entertainment Weekly, which we previewed earlier today, and now has full scans of the photos and articles here in our Image Galleries. In the photo spread, we see new shots of Harry in the Lestrange vault; Harry, Hermione, and Ron; and Neville holding the sword of Gryffindor.
The accompanying article contains many slightly spoiler-rific tidbits from the final installment of the films, so do use caution for movie-related spoilers. EW also speaks to the Harry Potter cast and crew about their feelings ultimately wrapping up the series, and delves into the filmmaker’s ideas around setting the sprawling battle sequences on the big screen. The preview can be read in its entirety here in our galleries.
This issue of EW will be on newsstands tomorrow.
Many thanks to Andrew.





30 Responses to Scans from EW’s “Deathly Hallows: Part 2″ Preview Online

Avatar ImageAnnaLeighRose91 says: 1 Avatar Imagesirius33 says: Cool! First Comment. It's great to see more pictures of DH2. I wonder what the film will be like in it's entirety? Tomorrow DH1 comes out!Avatar ImageSeviately says: Second comment. :P It looks like it's turning out really great! I'm not as worried that the Prince's Tale will turn out bad because of the reviews however I'm a little worried about Snape's death scene. I don't know if I approve of the location change. Ah well it's good to see that the actors are moving onto new projects after DH. Avatar Imageabandonedboyjon says: who-cares-what-number comment. i think that we all have to accept that this film is not going to payoff in every way we want. they have always made mistakes, and the final film will be no exception. snape's death scene location change does irritate me. i think one of the great things about these books is that there are so many things that appear in one installment and then come back. i remember when the pensieve came back into play, and how cool that was in the book and then in the movie, they changed the look of it from movie to movie and it wasn't the same. i love these films because they're goofy though. some of the changes are so funny and its all part of how these films are going to go down in cinematic history. embrace it!Avatar ImageBeccaWeasley says: I agree with you, Abandonedboyjon. I honestly know that the movie cannot live up to my expectations, but I am still really excited. I hated the change in Snape's death until I read what the alternative was, and I found it to be more refreshing and well put together than the book. I think we can all agree that there will be that one or two things that will stick out to us, because we wonder why JK Rowling hadn't added it before ( Mudblood on Hermione's arm) I think we can all agree that was great! I really think they are going to give it all they have, but will it be enough? That's the question.Avatar ImageLunaLuver says: The new picture of Neville is awesome! And I for one think that some of the changes will turn out really good. For once they have taken the time to care about how much the details from the book matter. Like The Prince's Tale and The Forest Again, those parts sound spot on with the book and THAT WB is what we like to see. Avatar Imagemariakingsford says: i just can't wait for the summer to watch it!!! i love the books and the films but love the books the most i would say. Avatar ImageFleur-de- Lily says: It’s great to see more picturesAvatar ImageMiss.Weasley says: I read the article and believe it or not it just made me more excited and (SPOILER!) I think its a wise choice to make Snape die in a glass house rather than the shrieking shack, because it'll be easier for the non-book-fans to understand what's happening! :)Avatar ImageCDR says: Great!!! Thanks!!Avatar ImageHarrypotterultrafan says: Its gonna be sad when it's all over:'( it'll be a major crying fest in the cinema :'(Avatar Imagesiena says: "An emotional rickman acknowledges the ovations from cast and crew and then quietly exits without comment." O come on, Mr Rickman, break your silence - it's over now !! Really, everybody else talks delightfully about their parts without giving to much aaway - even Fiennes talks Voldy - so why do you have to be so elusive, Mr Rickman ??? Remember, you are not Snape, you are just playing him ... :)Avatar Imagesiena says: I am sorry about the typing errors in my previous post ... must be my nerves ... Alan not talking is driving me insane ...Avatar ImageRosie016 says: This article along with the pictures helps to create a decent idea as to what this film will look and feel like.Avatar ImageAbbyWeasley says: This is an awesome article! It definitely brought up excellent points and made me anxious for part 2!Avatar Imagebellatrix15101 says: Awesome! I didn't read the articles, I just looked at the pictures (I'm trying to remain free of any DH2 content that isn't pics and videos). The Neville picture is A-MAAAAAAZING! So heroic and awesome. I'm kinda wondering why Bellatrix and Voldy look so freaked in the other picture on the same page.... maybe 'cause Neville just killed Nagini..... ;DAvatar ImageMariaKeis says: Can't get the mag here in DK .. So I need to be satisfied with this articleAvatar Imagechikitcorpuzvesterbaek says: @bella: Så surt, ikke? (really sucks, right?) I, too, am lamenting the fact that EW isn't available in Denmark...Avatar ImageGiant Squid says: Awesome! Getting excited!!!!Avatar Imageng_21 says: this are amazing pictures!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The one of Neville looks great, but why is the picture of Draco and his friends looked like they are holding hands?Avatar Imageapril_showers says: Please tell me this is an EW error, and that they are not setting the Perks of Being a Wallflower in college. No, no, NO. Avatar ImageCatdelaCreme says: It's great to see Neville looking so rad! Avatar ImageHinkypunkmum says: I couldn't find a more proper thread to post this, but for all those who were scared or disappointed that LV and Harry " don't " have a conversation during their duel , well read below what McCrory ( maybe misspelled, the actress who plays Narcissa ) has to say about her favorite scene ! SPOILER ALERT !! "Helen McCrory: (on her favourite scene in Deathly Hallows: Part II) ”Mine’s a cheat — I can’t really talk all about it, because you haven’t actually seen it yet. But the culmination of Harry looking at Voldemort, and all of us being present in that scene that we did with all those extras — they were really there, the place was on fire — it was extraordinary. The silence and the concentration at 10 o’clock on a cold, frosty morning, with that grey-blue light that we only have in rainy, rainy London town, and realizing that for one of those people, he had been waiting literally all his life to say those lines and finally stand up and to prove, in his character, that this character is a man fighting for what is good, was an extraordinary thing to witness. We filmed it in real time. It really happened, and it was a privilege to be there. It was electric.Avatar Imageazaadpotter says: Thanks for the picsAvatar Imageweasley4me says: I can't wait for July, but so sad it will soon be ending. Although I know somethings will change I really feel based on Part One that Seven as a whole will be the most honest book to film adaptation. Some things just make more sense for film, and I can appreciate their interpretation.Avatar Imagemariakingsford says: really can't wait for july now, not long to go. :-)Avatar ImageEve13 says: I'm with you Bellatrix15101 ~+~WBM~+~. I'm trying to stay away from anything but pics and vids, too!Avatar ImageEve13 says: @ng_21 I was wondering the same thing. It really does look like they're all holding hands!Avatar ImageWON_TWO says: It's almost over!Avatar ImageValeria-Johanna says: I assume Draco and friends are holding hands as a way of working together to magic the Room of Requirement into existence.

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