A high definition version of the 33 second long "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" TV spot, which aired Thursday eveningduring "The Vampire Diaries" on The CW, is now available on the official Warner Bros. Pictures YouTube channel. Watch it at this link on YouTube or below (select 720p to view in HD):
yay! it’s as good at the 2 min one…it reminds you that this is most definitely a war movie.
This is the best Harry Potter trailer i have ever seen actually its the best movie trailer i have ever seen.
Hmmmmmmmmmmmm. Where did that scene with Harry pulling LV off the wall come from?
The Harry-Voldermort scene is really awkward… what on earth were they thinking when they came up with the idea???
Awooosome trailer! If you know Alex Carpenter you’ll understand =)
I hate that it goes bold like that!
That’s so cool! I’m too eager for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part Two to come soon!
I got chills all over…oh my gosh…that was freaking amazing! “come on, Tom- let’s end this the way we started it, together!”
Quite cool indeed…
Amazing, except for the scene where Harry pulls Voldemort off the tower. That really makes no sense to me. We know that Voldie can fly, but Harry can’t. So does Voldie save Harry from death of a fall because he saves himself and Harry is hanging onto him? I don’t get it.
Also, you know how other videos pop up when the one you are watching is finished? There was one for Part 2 that was almost 3 minutes long so I clicked it. After the first 20 seconds of Harry Potter it was some music video that someone had pieced in. Not nice to take advantage of Harry Potter fans, but I have to admit that it worked.
"Come back, boy!" she shouted, but Neville was rising straight up like a cork shot out of a bottle -- twelve feet -- twenty feet. Harry saw his scared white face look down at the ground falling away, saw him gasp, slip sideways off the broom and -- WHAM -
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