First ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’ Teaser Poster is on Fire

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Harry Potter 7 Header First Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Teaser Poster is on Fire

Warner Bros. has released the first official teaser poster for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the two-part conclusion to the blockbuster based off an extremely popular book series – the one that doesn’t include pouty looking blood-suckers, I should say.

In addition to the teaser poster, there’s also a new, condensed version of the official Deathly Hallows trailer for you to check out.  It doesn’t offer much in the way of new footage, but it’s a good excuse to get excited for a return trip to Hogwarts.

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.

Meanwhile, He-Who-Shall-Not-Be-Named-Even-Though-I-Just-Did and his Death Eaters overthrow the Ministry of Magic and launch a full-scale war against those in the wizarding world that oppose them.

Harry Potter 7 Image First Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Teaser Poster is on Fire

The first poster for Deathly Hallows offers a glimpse at the devastation inflicted upon the beloved Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in the final two films.  The sight of the shattered castle engorged in flames and surrounded by billowing clouds of black smoke is a deliciously dark, haunting image that hints at the epic final battle between good and evil.

You can check it out for yourselves below:

Harry Potter 7 poster First Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Teaser Poster is on Fire

Warner Bros. has also released a new trailer for Deathly Hallows alongside their LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 (Collector’s Edition) video game.  With the exception of a few new swooping landscape shots of our favorite trio traveling in the countryside, the trailer is virtually the same as the first Deathly Hallows teaser.

You can have a look at the abbreviated trailer below:

What do you think of the Deathly Hallows teaser poster?  Are you stoked to see the tale of Harry Potter come to an epic conclusion?  Let us know in the comments section below.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 arrives in 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D theaters in the U.S. on November 19th, 2010.  Part 2 will follow on July 15th, 2011.

Source: Warner Bros. (via Coming Soon)

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  1. That poster is awesome!

  2. wow, so epic :) So dark :) So Brutal :)

  3. This movie is really the only thing I care about in 2010 and is the most anticipated thing for me in 2011. That’s saying a lot since I’m beyond excited for the summer 2011 season

    • i am actually looking forward to it too, loved all the films.

  4. As awesome as the full length trailer and the poster is, I have to admit that it’s all too much, the destructrion of Hogwarts in the poster and a lot of the stuff in the trailer won’t appear until the second movie. They’re exciting the viewers way too fast.

    • Jose,

      Gotta build it up so that people are in a frenzy an foaming at the mouth to see part 2 – the very last Harry Potter film, ever.

      8)

      Vic

      • Naturally!

        It’s also fun to mention that, while I considered Deathly Hallows to be more about Harry Potter on his first camping trip, this poster actually properly frightens me a bit. I remember, when I was just a shrimp, seeing the first film for my birthday. Those massive spires were like heaven to even glimpse. And now, all these years later, they’re burning. It taps in on that primal anxiety of losing what you love. In that way, this is one of the most effective posters I’ve seen in years.

      • Last Harry Potter film… until the “prequal” or the “new cla$$”. J/K! (I hope!!)

  5. I agree with Jose though…..they showed too many things for part2. But that trailer was the best trailer EVER. And this poster Is the best poster EVER!!! Deathly Hallows is the film(s) I most look forward out of anything now that’s saying alot!!!!!

    • Makes you wonder where they’ll put the split?

      • same reason why tarantinowas forced to to split kill bill, not many would stayed on for an over 4 hour movie. im guessing the same for this, though im sure between the two, it will be closer to a 5 hour total run time

      • I’m pretty sure the split comes during the confrontation at Malfoy Manor.

      • I just re-read the book and I think the scene with the reunion with Ron, acquisition of the Gryffindor’s sword and destruction of the locket would be a good splitting point. It has the climatic almost confrontation with Voldemort and then ends on a nice high note with Ron returning.

        The action at Malfoy Mansion seems like it gets too far into the book and doesn’t leave enough plot and action for the last part.

      • I’m thinking after the session of Potterwatch, where Lupin says that Harry’s instincts are good, and nearly always right. Just before they get captured..

  6. Y don’t many ppl comment on Harry potter news,is there no Harry potter fans on screen rant or wat?!?

  7. astig..wikik..wikik

  8. can’t wait

  9. This isn’t the first poster for the film: http://www.killerfilm.com/articles/read/harry-potter-and-the-deathly-hallows-teaser-poster-31034

    • While that poster was definitely a solid fan-made image, it wasn’t official.

  10. The poster is great but I hate the HP7 bit, completely unnecessary.

    • @DrSamBeckett – - I agree. Either spell out the entire title or leave it off. I hate the constant abbreviating of everything. How lazy have we gotten as people that everything needs to be shortened down to the first letters of the word because we can’t spell? What is up with that?

  11. Yeah,if only they put the whole title….

  12. @Matt…dude…that was confirmed fake

  13. cant wait for the movie so sad tho that their coming to an end

  14. So u guys think they will both be pg13?!?

    • Why not? I saw nothing in the book that screams “Rated R!” yet it’s too intense to be PG.

      • ricky, most likely lol

  15. Hey guys,go to harrypotterforum.com if you are HUGE Harry potter fans,it’s the best fan forum ever!!!! We talk all day about Harry potter!!!!;)

  16. Sorry Matt. That poster was confirmed as a fake. This is the first official poster from the film. That was a good fanmade one though.

  17. yea when these movies come to a end it will the be the end of the greatest series of movies ever made by man. does anyone know how much these movies have made total?

    • Wikipedia says that the Harry Potter film series are the highest grossing film series of all time. Domesticaly, they’ve made $1,713,074,705, worldwide its a grand total of $5,412,496,909.

  18. @Kantstandya
    I totally agree!!!! I’m soooooooooo sad it’s coming to an end:(

  19. I know I feel like I’ll die wen I see the last one cause I’ve been a fan since I was 10:( hey if you are big Harry potter fans go to harrypotterforum.com,you’ll have fun!!!!!

  20. Guys the split is wen voldemort gets the elder wand and points it at the sky,its in the trailer and im sure itll end there…..

  21. Hopefully im right…..

  22. I dont think the potterwatch will be included…..

  23. This film has mark as the latest installment in the most successful film franchise of all time.

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