Trailer for Harry Potter finale is mighty epic

After seeing a short teaser earlier this month, we have finally been treated to the feature trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the long-awaited adaptation of the final book in J.K. Rowling’s wizard saga.

As you will see, Deathly Hallows is the film we’ve all been waiting for. Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), Ron (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson) are on the hunt for Voldemort’s (Ralph Fiennes) horcruxes, desperate to destroy each before He Who Must Not Be Named (although we just said his name a moment ago) can take over the world.

Check it out and share your thoughts below! (Thanks Trailer Addict!)

http://www.traileraddict.com/emd/23831

Is it too hyperbolic to call the final instalment of the Harry Potter franchise “the motion picture event of a generation”? Surely that honour belongs to Scott Pilgrim vs. The World? Never mind. The trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows informs us that, yes, the end of the HP saga is a cinematic event like no other.

Deathly Hallows will be brought to us in two separate parts. The first hits cinemas November 18, 2010, while the second arrives July 2011. Both are directed by David Yates and will be presented in 3-D, obviously.

Discuss: OK, so that trailer gave me chills. I have to say, gun to my head, I’ll always pick the Harry Potter films over Lord of the Rings. Which side of the fantasy realm do you come down? Wizards or Hobbits?

2 Responses to “Trailer for Harry Potter finale is mighty epic”

  1. i so cant wait to see it

  2. I like both but having grown up with Harry Potter, literally, I'll take the Wizards.These last films are going to make me cry. I just know it. I started this series when I saw the first film and realised how incredible it really was…. now it's ENDING? And unlike other book series that I'd been reading since a child, books that stayed childish, this book grew up with me. 😦 Now what story and characters will occasionally pop on by my life to remind me of how far we've both come? A Meyer book? Urgh

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