Nine New ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’ TV Spots

Published 5 years ago by , Updated March 3rd, 2014 at 6:44 am,

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 TV spot Nine New Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows TV Spots

The beginning of the last chapter in the blockbuster fantasy series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, will arrive in theaters in just under five weeks.

Warner Bros. has released nine – count ‘em, nine – TV promos for the seventh Harry Potter movie to go along with the most recent collection of character posters. If that’s not enough to tide HP fans (Pottheads?) until this Thanksgiving, well, they can always just go read the books again.

Both the first Deathly Hallows trailer and the more recent theatrical preview focus on the dark nature of the film, which finds Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), Ron (Rupert Grint), and Hermione (Emma Watson) on the run in the countryside as He-Who-Shall-Not-Be-Named (Ralph Fiennes) and his forces take over the Ministry of Magic. The heroic trio must undertake their most dangerous quest yet as they set out to find and destroy the Horcruxes, which hold the key to the Dark Lord’s immortality.

Deathly Hallows: Part 1 will certainly have its share of fast-paced action sequences, explosive set pieces, and stylish visual FX, but it is still a movie about young people who are forced to grow up too quickly as a war breaks out around them. The other Harry Potter films threw humor, romance, and general teenage awkwardness into the mix as well and – as some of the new TV promos demonstrate - Deathly Hallows looks to be no exception.

Check out the new TV promos for Deathly Hallows: Part 1 below:

Potter fans should be pleased with the fact that Deathly Hallows will be covered over the course of two movies – which means twice the screen time to cover all of the original book’s subplots while fitting in a whole horde of supporting characters that might’ve been left out otherwise. Part 1 won’t be in 3D after all, but, based off the footage released from the film so far, it looks as though moviegoers will still get their money’s worth.

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

Source: Warner Bros.

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  1. I literally can not wait for this movie. Hurry Up NOVEMBER

    • Yes you literally can.


        • well you guys are gonna HAVE to wait :)

          • True,im just hoping we get an employee screening so i can see it a day early lol,but its very doubtful :(

  2. /drool

  3. Just a few more “T.V. spots” and we’ll have seen the whole movie, I guess…

    • yes i know :( Ive seen it all basically,and its amazing i tell ya ;)

      • Heh, well, remember folks – between Part 1 & Part 2, Deathly Hallows as a whole is probably going to be about five hours long. We’ve yet to see much of the truly epic footage, I reckon.

        • True,very true,there is STILL so much to see,theyll air clips next i dont wanna see them but i cant CANT resist dammit.

    • well not really since they keep playing the same scenes over and over.

  4. awsome.

  5. I really don’t want to see the whole movie before it hits theatres. So thank you for the opportunity but I’m going to pass on watching these clips. I already get verklempt when I see Moody, Remus, and Dobby anyway.

    • Yeah I’m not gonna watch them either!

      • Well there are Major spoiler parts so if you dont wanna be spoiled stay away lol,i couldnt but oh well XD

  6. Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeek!!!! I’m so excited. The movie comes out here in Berlin on November 18th a day earlier than you folks get to see it. he he

    I CAN NOT WAIT!!!!!!!

    • Damn you ERRRRRR… ENJOY! :)

  7. I’m pretty damn excited for this. Funny, the Potter movies are the ones I’m always most excited to see and they deliver. This is gonna be… just super.

    • Theyre all just great arent they? Its gonna be epic. I dont know if you read the books Alex but i highly recommend them :)

      • I second that. Read the books if you haven’t. They are amazing!

        • Of course I’ve read he books. I just finished reading DH for the second time in preparation for the film. I’m a huge movie guy but these are probably the only movies I’ve ever been this excited to see. It’s just fun to know that during its ten year run there was always a Potter movie coming out, but now… *sigh*

          It might interest you guys that Rowling did say to Oprah that she might not be done with it. Later on in life she might write some more Potter books. That was pretty cool to hear.

          • ALEX

            Yes i hope she does im not ready for it to end,i will cry when DH2 comes out *sigh* Its just a huge part of my childhood :(

  8. This truely looks like the best film so far :)

    • Steve

      Thats because it IS :)

  9. I found the book to be somewhat dull. I had to watch the clips to generate some excitement. Thankfully, it worked.

    • Dull? I don’t get it. It certainly wasn’t dull. Maybe you need to read it again.