Eight new "Deathly Hallows: Part 1" TV spots have appeared on YouTube, many of them showing new footage from the movie. Some of the new footage they feature includes Xenophilius and Harry in the Lovegood's house, the dementors swarming, the Trio fighting the Death Eaters in the London cafe, Voldemort and Grindelwald, Harry and Hagrid on the motorbike, a longer look at the start of the Seven Potters scene, the Malfoy Manor scene, Harry and Ginny kissing, and new dialogue. You can watch them all below or in our Video Galleries. Watch TV Spot #2 here, TV Spot #3 here, TV Spot #4 here, TV Spot #5 here, TV Spot #6 here, TV Spot #7 here, TV Spot #8 here, and TV Spot #9 here. Thanks very much to Jon for the tip!
Oh my god, I love George interrupting the kiss! And Fleur, ’I’m hideous’ lol all this footage is very good!
@ DobbyWinkyKreacher: "Thanks so much Mel. :-) I really enjoyed watching them all.
though @ darkmarkman…yates is not the best thing for hp. he ruined order of the phoenix, half blood prince, and the goblet of fire was not the best either.
maybe he will re-deem himself with deathly hallows."
I agree with you in that I really enjoyed watching them all. But I completely disagree about Yates. Even when he has made some changes to the movies, I think they have, for the most part, been better. In all honesty, Order of the Phoenix was always going to be the hardest to translate to the screen. It’s the longest book and so much is Harry’s internal struggle; that doesn’t make for a good movie when the main character is coping with his emotions, etc. (I love the book, though, and liked the movie better than GOF and POA. Yates got the spirit of it right, imo.)
With Half Blood Prince, Yates had that mix of humor and drama that is in the book. Also not easy. There were things I would like to have seen, such as the full scene with Harry and Snape fighting it out and the funeral. But overall, especially when you watch the deleted scenes, the feeling of the characters is better than in some of the previous movies.
And, btw, Yates had nothing to do with Goblet of Fire. That was Mike Newell.
GASSSSP and GOOOSEBUMPS!!!!
6 ,7, and 8 are fabulous – lots of Hermione. I can’t wait for this film!
haha George was hilarious
OMMGGGGTHESEWEREAAWESOME!!!! I watched each one a million times hahaha!! Love #7 and 8 with the witty remarks from the twins!!
Ahh 1 month!!!!
Seven Potters. LOL! And George and Fred, I love them!
6, 7, and 8 were EPICLYBRILLIANT!!!
After watching these I really don’t understand all Yates’ comments about the “rawness” of Part One. Granted, it’s perfectly possible for this film to still be raw on an emotional level, but I had the impression Yates was speaking in the visual sense, as well. With all these CGI shots of the camera flying through windows and zooming around buildings while things leap at the screen, that’s not exactly “raw”. It all looks very, very polished to me.
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