Behind-the-Scenes of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows header logo 570x239 Behind the Scenes of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

A new behind-the-scenes featurette for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows has made its way online. The video is from ABC Family and it focuses on the story of the final chapter of the biggest grossing film franchise in history (when not adjusted for inflation).

The seventh and final entry in the Harry Potter series revolves around the efforts of young Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), Ron (Rupert Grint), and Hermione (Emma Watson) as they attempt to find and destroy the remaining horcruxes, so as to make the Dark Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes) mortal once more.

Most of what you see in the video looks as if its mainly related to Part 2 but that’s not surprising because using action to advertise the film is more likely to make it look exciting for potential viewers.

Watch the featurette below:

The thing that added a lot of weight to the last couple of HP flicks – but it’s particularly true of Deathly Hallows - is the real element of danger. This time around, the stakes are the highest they’ve ever been and I’m sure a big part of what will attract audiences is to see if the main trio of characters overcome the odds and face their greatest threat ever.

I’ve always been a fan of the Harry Potter franchise (Prisoner of Azkaban being my favorite so far) and I’m very excited to see how it all ends. If we go by what the cast and crew are saying in this featurette, the ending is going to be action-packed and very fast paced – Always a good thing to hear about a blockbuster.

What do you think of the behind-the-scenes featurette? Are you a big fan of the HP franchise or is it just another blockbuster series to you?

In case you missed it, check out both the epic first trailer for Deathly Hallows as well as the awesome first teaser poster.

Part 1 of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows opens on November 19th, 2010, with Part 2 following next summer on July 15th, 2011.

Source: ABC Family

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  1. I didn’t like a single Harry Potter movie, not because I’m a fan of the books, but because they were all poor films. My biggest problem with the franchise is that I don’t think any of the main cast can act very well, and I mean the young cast.
    But this is just my opinion.

    • It really is just your opinion because these movies are great and time is actually given to the casting and are you nuts? These kids can act! They’ll act circles around almost all other wannabe young actors

    • Im curious to hear your opinion on other young actors in movie franchisees? Daniel Radcliffe was doing Broadway for a while. I feel like they have done a great job portraying the characters I enjoyed reading about! Cant wait for this final 2 part, its sad it has come to an end. I just hope they stay a bit truer to details in the book unlike the last Harry Potter.

      • Great acting or not, the film sucks big time. Esp if u have read the books. Wonder how so many like it….

  2. Hey the HP films are great,they act well. I love all of them theyre entertaining,im a HUGE hp fan u have no idea……BTW more features will come out soon;.)

  3. Hey the HP films are great,they act well. I love all of them theyre entertaining,im a HUGE hp fan u have no idea……BTW more features will come out soon;.)
    sorry if the comment shows up twice,i just had to comment on this thread;)

  4. Read the books as a kid and I loved them. Will be seeing this in 3D and 2D and probably more than twice. I love this series! Waaaay better than twilight (and I am a casual fan). These kids can actually act and that makes the series that much better. Long live Harry Potter!

  5. Wow,this page changed for me. Lets see if i can comment now….

  6. Vic thanks a million,i can comment now;.)

    • Ricky18,

      I hope it’s not short lived – the mobile version of the site was offline briefly, it’s now back again.

      However – If you find that your comments get “stuck” with the mobile version, there’s a toggle at the bottom of the page that lets you switch to the desktop version.

      Thanks,

      Vic

  7. Vic,the page changed again! Oh well either page works for me,i just wanna be able to comment…..

  8. Wow vic i never noticed that on the mobile version its difficult to comment im gonna use this one now;.)

  9. That other version still stops my comments vic,but wateva happened,i got to comment and it entered fast…….it was only for a few minutes though…..:(

  10. Actually, I have more of a problem with their British accents than their acting. Especially with Emma Watson’s accent.
    Like I said, it’s my opinion, and everyone is entitled to their own.
    This article is for Harry Potter movie lovers, so I won’t spoil their mood with my comments any further.

    • I’m just just curious what about the accents bothers you… You DO know that they’re English actors in an English film series?

      • For real. If there is anything wrong with their accents, it’s in your head. They’re all English. Rowling made sure of that.

        • someone needs to do thier homework mishra!

  11. Although I am much older than most of the commetors here, I have really enjoyed the Harry POtter books. The movies have been pretty good, but when you have read the books as many times as I have, there are parts that don’t follow the book and is a little orking. I am hoping that they stay true to the last book, as it was really great.
    If you want another great book series to read, The Inheritance Cycle by Paul Paolini is really terrific. (they made a movie out of the first one, Eragon). The books are better as is most of the time.

  12. I am a really big fan of harry potter!!!!
    can’t wait to see it in theater….
    Love You Daniel your really cute..

  13. Mukundh
    so youre a fan of the books not the films?!? I dont think youre a true fan then……

  14. OMG VIC!!!!
    Again my comments wen in fast!!! Well im not gonna spoil this one: Harry Potter films rule!!!!! The books are better yes,but the films are excellent!!!!! The acting is top notch and theres no series like this one!!!!;.)

  15. These young actors have done an amazing job, considering the challenge of working with different directors, they have remained true to each with their very own interpation. Some actors are born to play roles, I cannot imagine any others since we have watched them all growing up before our eyes. I have enjoyed these films very much and am eager to see what happens next.

  16. Tacoscat
    Love your comment;) couldnt have said it better myself……;)

  17. As a long time Harry Potter fan, I am really excited for the seventh film. I agree that the books are much better and that a couple of the movies (especially the fourth and fifth) have been somewhat boring, I think this one will be action-packed and exciting. I am so glad they split up the movie–now they can do a lot more with it to make it the best in the series.

  18. Sad to know that Harry Potter has come to its end. This will be the last episode and the saddest among us as the Harry potter’s fan. A great movie ever…

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