New "DH: Part 1" Clip of Trio in Malfoy Manor, New Interviews and Behind the Scenes with Harry Potter Actors
November 06, 2010, 08:12 PM
A new clip has been released from "Deathly Hallows: Part 1" which shows the Trio fighting in Malfoy Manor. The clip contains spoilers for the movie and you can see it here in our Video Galleries.
As readers may recall, yesterday we told you of a clip of the Trio fighting Death Eaters in a London cafe. We now have that clip to watch here in our Video Galleries.
Additionally, we have some new video interviews with some of the Harry Potter actors. Matt Lewis (Neville Longbottom) and Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood) were recently in Finland and were asked about some of their Harry Potter related memories there. Part one of the interview is here and part two of the interview can be seen here.
Finally, we have a behind the scenes special from Holland's RT4 network. This special, apart from showing the actors shooting scenes, has interviews which take place shortly after the last days of filming and addresses the feelings of Dan Radcliffe (Harry Potter), Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley), and Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) on the end of the series. You can see this video here.
Many thanks to Maria!
And I don’t understand David Yates’ problem with tinkering with every small stuff. when did Harry and Ginny kiss and were caught by George?? Whats the point of unnecessary scenes when you can use that time in bettering the originals or adding relevant left out scenes. Its ok you dont show the Polyjuice effect on Harry in the Wedding, and that on Harry and Hermione in the graveyard, but that doesn’t mean you show a last fight between Harry and Voldy in an empty Hogwarts ..where are the battlers surrounding?? Wasn’t there supposed to be a dialogue with Harry and Voldy moving in a loop, measuring each other??
Yeahh.. the movie looks so spectacular than the others…but couldn’t you just not let your material in, in place of JKR’s. It wouldn’t have hurt to stick to most of JKR’s dialogue’s. They have been etched in our hearts. How can we induce some different feelings into the characters with separate dialogues. The part about Harry leaving Burrow, and Ron alone trying to stop him – where did that pop from?
Can anyone confirm me if Goblin’s Revenge chapter has been retained in the movie??
Guys, don’t be mad at WB for releasing stuff, that’s their marketing scheme and it is very similar to the ones they’ve used before, and it works. If you don’t want to see the clip, center yourself and DON’T CLICK.
Thanks for the clip, but I’m not going to see it. I wouldn’t mind looking at screencaps from the clip. That would make it somewhat less spoilerish.
Seriously people. Take some personal responsibility. And stop over complaining! It is your fault for watching these clips. Take some blame! It’s OK to. There is no more footage released than is always released for any big budget internationally released movie. Any film fan could tell you that! People say the same thing every year, “They’re releasing too much!” but it is exactly the same amount. Where are people’s heads? Don’t people have memories or do they just reset after a year? For Lord of the Rings Return of the King they released like 12 clips during the last 3 weeks before release. That was seven years ago.
connief. You’re “complaints” are just pathetic. You would never like any film version of Harry Potter. Why aren’t you complaining about Hagrid asking a Muggle “What are you lookin at?” in HP1? T
This is not JK Rowlings material. It was never supposed to be. It is a condensed version with the same information given. I just can’t comprehend you mind here. Don’t you understand how selfish and illogical what your complaining about is? That no one else be allowed the have any creative input on the films but Jo. You already have the book. GET OVER IT sourav! Watch Masterpiece Theater and see how boring and dull most of their exact book to film translations are.
Its soooooooo tempting to watch this clips, but no more for me!
For those who want to see it there’s a higher quality video of the “Malfoy Manor” clip it’s at:
@YodatheHobbit: Totally agree. We have to differentiate the books from the movies. There are worse book-to-film versions out there. As for spoilers, well I have read the books, I can’t be more spoiled than that.
@Sourav: There was a part in Deathly Hallows, nearly just after Harry arrived at the Burrows when he wanted to leave – that is where the Ron-Harry scene may have come from.
I am excited to see the film and I do love the films but I agree that they should stay truer to the books.
I understand that there’s creative license but I guess it’s more of an excitement to see my favourite scenes played out in film or anticipate those scenes. Either way, both films and books are different and it is hard to translate books to visual medium. However, it’s still interesting and as Potter fan, I still want to see the movie. Totally agree with chikitcorpuzvesterbaek. Hope I spelled that right!
@charmslovesSirius: Yes you did – it is a mouthful!
Ugh, how predictably sexist is that remark “a beautiful woman” to Emma’s “it’s made me who I am”. As if that is the most important aspect to a woman, rather than her talent or brain. >:(
yeah..I am trying to understand! But I still feel the Potter franchise should release a longer uncut 4hr version like the Lord of the Rings did. That can be done.. and yes … the Deathly Hallows movie looks close to book than any other past Potter movies.
What’s with the clips WB? We are going to watch this film anyway! It’d be better if you hadn’t given us the whole thing already!
it was cool! but yep you have to stop too many spoiler videos!