Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 comes out midnight on Thursday Nov. 18th and of course I’ll be in line with the other muggles and a cup of Butter Beer to keep me warm. It’s only fitting to have this weeks Picture of the Week dedicated to Potter and pals.
The image I decided to feature is the Deathly Hallows symbol which is simple and to the point.
“The symbol of the Deathly Hallows. The vertical line represents the Elder Wand; the circle, the Resurrection Stone; and the triangle, the Cloak of Invisibility” (Harry Potter Wiki).
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[Source Harry Potter Wiki]
November 16th can’t come any sooner! I loved seeing Dobby in there… *sigh*
Watch the bigger and clearer version here.
Warner Bros released a new Deathly Hallows poster with a burning Hogwarts and the line “IT ALL ENDS HERE”… I’m off to go cry in a corner now.
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Harry Potter has been in my life since I was 11 years old (I am 23 now) and I am not ashamed to admit how completely obsessed I am with all things Potter. Immediately after I saw this trailer and I had to put it on my blog faster than you can say expelliarmus!
First off this kinda gave me chills (when I said I was a fan I meant it). Deathly Hallows will be jumping on the 3D bandwagon also which I should add a nice touch to all the broom flying and wand whipping fights.
You should already know Deathly Hallows is in 2 parts. Part 1 will be released November 2010 and Part 2 will be released July 2011. I don’t know about you but I’m heading out to go get my spot in line now. I know it will be chilly in November so I’m bringing my scarlet and gold Gryffindor scarf to keep me warm. Feel free to visit me and bring me food.
Check out a much clearer version on Mugglenet
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows