New 'Deathly Hallows Part II' Footage at CinemaCon Described
CinemaCon once again provided movie lovers with footage from upcoming and highly-anticipated movies like "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II". The description of the promo slash trailer of the last saga in "Harry Potter" series has come out after it was played at the end of Warner Bros.' the Big Picture 2001 presentation.
Those who saw it said it was a combination of footage and trailer which are not yet final in its visual FX. It opens with a close-up shot of Voldemort and the villain's voice-over which reminds Harry that a lot of his friends and loved ones have died for him. "I suppose I'll have to kill him before he finds me, then," Harry said.
The Dark Lord challenges him to step up and meet him in the Forbidden Forest where Harry saw his dead parents and godfather Sirius Black. "Why are you here, all of you?" he asked, and his mother whispered, "We never left." It then switched to the scene of Harry slain by Voldemort, and Harry entering a limbo. Harry met Dumbledore and watched once again his mentor killed by Snape.
Harry confronted the Death Eater, yelling at him at Hogwarts hall before the students, "Tell them how it happened that night. How you looked him in the eye, a man who trusted you, and KILLED him!" The battle between two ends continued as the tagline "It Ends Where It Started" appeared. The war moved to Forbidden Forest where Harry lunged over Voldemort and screamed, "Let's end this together." Voldemort's voice-over told Harry, "Only one can live forever."
At the end of the footage, Harry said, "I never wanted any of you to die for me."
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II" is released in the U.S. on July 15 in 3D and in 2D.
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