More Deathly Hallows Photos (Spoilers)

While I understand that spoiler warning should be over and done with three years after the fact, my warning was not intended for people who have yet to read the books, but for those fans who are staying away from promo images in anticipation of the film.

With that being said, USA Today has me staying up a lot later than I should be, because they just posted some awesome photos from the Deathly Hallows trailer that is due tomorrow. Wanna see? 🙂

This is – of course – the infamous breakout scene from Gringott’s.

This scene takes place during the battle at Hogwarts, and is a visual embellishment created specifically for the movie.

Hermione, possibly casting the spell that hid the trio from sight of any Death Eaters

Harry and Hagrid on Sirius’ motorbike, during the Seven Potters scene

Harry, after escaping the clutches of Death Eaters at the Ministry and at Grimmauld Place

Ron, in one of his most heroic moments ever, destroying the Horcrux (you guys know how I love my Ron!!)

Voldemort and his Death Eaters

Harry and Voldemort, probably during the penultimate scene of the movie

The last two photos, courtesy of Snitchseeker, show close-ups of Harry and Voldemort during the final battle scene, where their wands are locked.

So now, after seeing these photos, do you think Warner Bros. has stayed closer to the book in this  the final adaptation? Do you think that they are revealing too much, too soon? Or do you think IT’S ABOUT TIME!!

I think tomorrow, we can officially begin the countdown.


One thought on “More Deathly Hallows Photos (Spoilers)

  1. We blogged about the exact same thing at the same time. 🙂 These pictures are EPIC to say the least. Come by my blog and read my comments on them when you get the chance.

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