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Draco Malfoy Looks Wary in New 'Deathly Hallows 2' Poster

May 31, 2011 (2:01 am) GMT
The Slytherin head of house stays alert as he prepares for it to all end in the brand new character poster of the 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II'.
Draco Malfoy Looks Wary in New 'Deathly Hallows 2' Poster

Warner Bros. Pictures keeps releasing character poster for its much-awaited movie "". After the likes of Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, Ron Wesley and Lord Voldemort were highlighted in a series of previous posters, now it's Draco Malfoy's turn to get the spotlight in this new one.

With tagline "It All Ends 7.15", the banner features 's Draco looking cautious as he watches something unseen over his shoulder. The sneering and pompous Slytherin student of Hogwarts wears a black-on-black suit and tie combo, apparently taking inspiration from He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named himself.

The last installment of "Harry Potter" film series, "Deathly Hallows Part II" will see 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.

will return to portray the evil Voldemort. , , will also reprise their role as Harry, Ron and Hermione respectively. The David Yates-directed film will open wide in the U.S. on July 15.

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