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“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” Promos Appear Online By Hanako M. Ricks – I feel like a kid on Christmas morning right now, because instead of going to bed like I should be doing, I’m ogling over additional exclusive photos Warner Bros. has released in anticipation to the release of today’s trailer for “Deathly Hallows.” This post will definitely be spoiler heavy for non-book fans (and also for book fans, who prefer to stay away from the visual spoilers of the films).

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The trio looks for safety after escaping the Death Eater attack at Bill Weasley’s wedding

Now my own opinion is that from the looks of these photos, Warner Bros. and David Yates have probably stayed truer to canon with Deathly Hallows than any of the films have since Chris Columbus directed Sorcerer’s Stone and Chamber of Secrets. But do you think that too much is being revealed in the trailers? Share your thoughts!!!

Images courtesy of The Telegraph, USA Today and Snitchseeker.


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  • June 28, 2010 | Permalink |

    I agree that this film appears to be closer to canon than the last several films have been. Bravo, David Yates! This is what I have been hoping for with regards to the seventh book.

  • June 28, 2010 | Permalink |

    Yea I’m really trying not to look at the trailers to much or any of the pics released. I really want to walk into the theatre and be blown away. I’m afraid that If I keep watching the trailers that it’s going to be somewhat spoiled. I recently looked at the picture of Voldie and Harry in the courtyard and it made me upset that they would include scenes from DHP2 in the DHP1 trailer. It also made me sad, because the end is upon us *sniffle sniffle*

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