A forty-eight minute documentary featuring footage from the filming of the "Deathly Hallows" movies will be in the special features of the "Deathly Hallows: Part 2" blu-ray:
BAFTA award-winning filmmaker Morgan Matthews has been given
unprecedented access to the creative decision making processes that have
been kept as a closely guarded secret - until now. Hear the personal
stories of the faces we know, and those we don't, as we come to the end
of one of the most successful eras in cinema history.
You can see the trailer for this documentary here or below.
The blu-ray with this documentary will be sold exclusively at Target. "Deathly Hallows: Part 2" will be released on blu-ray and DVD on November 11th in the US.
Oh my word oh my word. I want to see this so badly it is unbelievable!!!!
I would like to see this, but sadly they once again put this stuff only on blu-ray! ugh.
Oh man — I already pre-ordered the DVD. :(
I SAWTHIS ON YOUTUBE! Well i saw it on a Facebook page first but then I clicked on the link. it was actually quite cool and it made me sad that the franchise was over but in a sense it will never be over. J.K. Rowling may very well be the very next Shakespeare. But it does seem kind of unfair that the Americans get it before the Brits because the whole Harry Potter is British down to the last well character. BTW it already is on YouTube.
this looks brilliant :)
I now know where I’ll be getting my Blu-ray!!! I’ve gotten I think all my HP movies from Target, they have great exclusive extras all the time.
I don’t own a blu-ray player, I’ll just stick to getting the regular DVD. Looks awesome though. I’m American and I do agree that the British should have the DVDs released to them first, it’s fair.
I don’t understand why they are making a blu ray that’s exclusive to one store. I just think that’s weird – makes Target happy, I’m sure. We now have blu ray for the little TV in the kitchen but have yet to upgrade the one for the big TV. So I’ll buy the blu ray (even while I grumble about being manipulated by Warner Bros) and watch the extras on a small TV. Then I can watch the DVD on the big one. Sometimes I hate technology and I really hate it when the studios force people to buy things they might not really want.
Oh, and yes, I agree that the Brits should either get it first or at least at the same time. Selling it in the US first is just not nice, Warner Bros.
Sounds good, ready for the blu-ray!
Why do so many people say it is “fair” to release to one country over the other. I say let everyone have it at the same time!
i won’t be able to get this cause i don’t have blu-ray. I’m so unhappy. This looks great.
It looks really good. I get really angry about the studios and Blu-ray pushing their product down our throats. The quality of the last 3 movie DVDs, compared to earlier ones, is deplorable! I’m guessing the blu-ray is better? I wouldn’t know—I can’t afford one. And now this! Why do we allow companies to do do this to us!! I’m also tired of buying “combo packs”—and not being able to watch the special features! Shame on Blu-ray, and shame on Warner Bros!
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