New Deathly Hallows footage shown at Comic-Con

Today, brand new footage was shown of both parts of the “Deathly Hallows”. Draco Malfoy himself Tom Felton was there to introduce the new clip. Below is a description of the new footage that was shown.

The first part of it was similar to the full trailer that was released, using a lot of the footage from that in addition to some new stuff. There is a quick flash of the mirror slab that Harry thinks he sees Dumbledore in, as well as Voldemort and the Death Eaters in the woods. The entire sequence is narrated by Voldemort telling Harry to give himself up to save his friends at Hogwarts, which occurs at the end of the film.

The title card came up, and it seemed at first like the footage would end in an anticlimactic way, but then it continue with a lot of new stuff. We see a quick look at the seven Harry’s from the beginning of the first film that will be used to help Harry escape from the Dursley’s. There was also a first look at the negative turn of events during Fleur and Bill’s wedding, with some dialogue between Harry and Lupin.

One of the coolest firsts of the footage was a first look at Bill Nighy as Rufus Scrimgeour, who is actually the figure whose back we see at in the trailer being photographed by paparazzi. There’s also an extended look at Hermione and Harry being taken into Malfoy Manor by Bellatrix Lestrange, and her holding a knife to Hermione’s neck. That was followed by a scene that takes place towards the beginning of the first film where Voldemort is holding court at Malfoy Manor and Snape is advising him to attack Harry at his aunt and uncle’s home.

If there is a video of it I will post it.


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