As the years have passed, many a worldy moviegoer has noticed that there’s something to this Harry Potter franchise. And as it embarks on its homeward stretch, we can’t help but think about how much the scale of said movies has grown from parts one to five. WithHarry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the two-part finale, lurking on the horizon, the time has come for the big finish. Based on what we’re seeing from the marketing team over at Warner Bros., a big finish is exactly what we’re going to get.
After the jump you will see exactly what I’m talking about — a new featurette that promises an epic scale for the big end of the world’s favorite wizard story.
The featurette was released this week by ABC Family, who is also having a little Harry Potter event this weekend with the promise of even more footage from the upcoming movies. There isn’t a lot of finished footage in this featurette, but there is enough to get your blood pumping. In fact, it’s some of the talk from actors Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and director David Yates that gives the impression of a grand scale. Sometimes words really are more powerful than visual effects. Luckily you don’t have to wait long until you can have both.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows will be released in two parts, the first on November 19th 2010, and the second part will be released on July 15th, 2011. Watch the new featurette below.
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