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Evil Voldemort in Fresh 'Deathly Hallows Part 2' Poster

May 28, 2011 (1:48 am) GMT
While a new one-sheet shows the noseless villain clutching the Elder Wand, another poster reveals bleeding Neville Longbottom looks brave with Gryffindor's sword in his hand.

A fresh poster from an anticipated summer blockbuster "" has been unraveled. This time, the character poster highlights the notorious Lord Voldemort. Clutching the Elder Wand, the noseless villain looks scary with Hogwarts remnants as his background.

Previously, Warner Bros. Pictures has also released a one-sheet for Matthew Lewis' Neville Longbottom. Neville, who used to be the running joke in the previous "Harry Potter" films, now is grown up and turns into a serious badass in the poster. He also looks brave with Godric Gryffindor's sword in his hand.

Set in magical world, the last installment of "Harry Potter" film series sees the final adventure of the titular character who should make an ultimate sacrifice to end the battle between Voldemort's brotherhood and wizarding community. The film will also witness doom and gloom moments where no one is safe, even within the Hogwarts buildings.

returns to portray the nefarious He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named, who will face the climatic showdown with 's Harry. and also reprise their role as Harry's best friends, Ron and Hermione. The film will open wide in the U.S. on July 15.

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