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Lots of “Deathly Hallows” news has miraculously sprouted up over the past few days, including new video, photos and tidbits to whet any Emma fan’s appetites! Check ‘em out below.
• Threenewclips, which will be featured on the Blu-Ray edition of “Deathly Hallows: Part 1″, have surfaced online. The first one is an adorably intimate deleted scene of Ron and Hermione skipping stones across a lake while on the run from the Death Eaters, Snatchers and the Ministry; the second is also a deleted scene and doesn’t feature Emma exactly, but is of the Death Eater, Yaxley, searching the Granger house but finding it empty; the third is a new behind-the-scenes featurette of the “7 Potters” scene where the actors mention the difficulties of shooting the scene.
• A couple of days ago Dan Radcliffe (Harry Potter) mentioned that some of his castmates would be joining him in New York to visit his show (“How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”) and to attend the joint-event of New York DVD launch for “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1″ and the opening of the “Harry Potter” Exhibition. Even though many Emma fans speculated that she would attend, a tentative list was released by MTV and Emma, nor Rupert, has been listed as not attending.
• Nominations for this year’s National Movie Awards have been released and both Emma and both parts “Deathly Hallows” have been nominated. Voting is currently open and will remain open until April 18th. Emma’s and the movie’s nominations can be seen below. To make things a little trickier, Emma is up against both Rupert and Dan in her category, as well as Helena Bonham Carter (Bellatrix Lestrange) and some other top-notch Hollywood acting talent.
Best Fantasy Film – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 Must See Movie of the Summer – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II Performance of the Year – Emma Watson
• The love-it-or-hate-it epilogue has been filmed and is going to be included in the Part 2, but only for a couple of minutes. Speaking from CinemaCon in Las Vegas producer David Heyman confirmed that the scene would only be shown for two minutes, with the production crew choosing to focus on the more important details and will revolve around the cylce of life of the three main characters.
“It’s not long. It’s about two … a couple of minutes,” Barron said. “It’s long enough to tell its story. We like it. We think it works well, and it does leave you feeling a bit [emotional]. [...] We’re expressing it through our three principle characters, who obviously have had a terrible time in many respects. Because they have been fighting Voldemort for longer than we can remember, and came close to death, you’ll see the state of the school at the end. It was not an easy battle,” he said. “As countries, as nations do, as cultures do, they recover and they renew and life carries on. It is about renewal.”
“[The epilogue is] about the cycles of life,” Heyman explained. “It’s about Harry, Ron and Hermione taking their children to King’s Cross station to the very place where the story began, to begin the journey that they began many years ago. It’s really beautiful and really tender.” Source
A new interview with Emma has popped up where she talks her torture scene with Bellatrix, her baby photos in the opening scene, the final day, the Harry/Hermione dance sequence and the Gringotts break-in in Part 2. She also briefly mentions “My Week with Marilyn” and her future in the acting business after “Potter” and her fashion projects are over. Read the full interview here in our press archives.
With excitement in the international Harry Potter community reaching fever pitch ahead of the July release of part two of Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows – the last Harry Potter movie everrr – Emma Watson sat down to discuss her time as Hermione Granger, the making of the final two-parter, and life after Harry.
When we see baby pictures of Hermione, was that photo editing or are they actually your baby pictures?
No, they were actually my baby pictures. [Laughs] There’s one with me with my favorite thing. I had this towel with bunny rabbit ears on it. And there’s a picture of that, which I didn’t know which ones they were going to use. They just asked my dad if they could have some pictures of me when I was a kid. And he handed some over. So, it’s very weird seeing those real pictures mished in with these fake parents. Weird.
Can you talk about the scene when Hermione faces Bellatrix, when she writes ‘mudblood’ on your heart. It was really powerful.
Thank you very much. It was very weirdly affecting to do that scene. It was quite horrible. I think Helena said to me afterwards, she was like, ‘I really didn’t enjoy doing that.’ [Laughs] And she usually gets very into all of that kind of evil stuff, but I think she felt quite uncomfortable.
But, actually, the ‘mudblood’ idea wasn’t something that was written in the script. It’s something that Helena and I came up with, because I was like, ‘Well, if she’s just kind of doing a spell on me, I can make it look like it’s painful, but I think it would be really powerful to have something that the audience can actually like physically see.’ So, the ‘mudblood’ we came up with. We all sat designing what Bellatrix’s handwriting would look like for like 40 minutes and we were like, ‘Well, we think that’s what she would write like.’ So, yeah, we had a lot of fun with it. Read more?
Another video featurette has made it’s way online, this time going behind-the-scenes of the opening sequence to “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1″. Daniel Radcliffe takes the lead on the commentary in this video and talks about how he was directed by his fellow cast mates; Emma makes some appearances in the video, acting up for the camera and there’s some shippery goodness for you Ron/Hermione shippers. There’s also some great footage of the behind-the-scenes gizmos and technicalities of the scene, so be sure to check it out.
Continuing on from our previous update on this weekend, another video was shown during the weekend where David Barron, producer of the “Potter” movies, talks about the final shot filmed for the “Harry Potter” movies. The final shot was infiltrating the Ministry of Magic with Harry, Ron and Hermione disguised as Ministry members in order to get the locket off Umbridge. Video can be seen below.
Other videos have been released but they don’t feature Emma extensively. You can see those at Emma-Watson.net.
The first look at “Deathly Hallows: Part 2″ was shown on ABC Family last night during a screening of “Philosopher’s Stone”. The minute and a half long clip has been uploaded onto Youtube and showcases a whole slew of spoiilery scenes for the Final Battle of Hogwarts. New interviews with the cast, including Dan, Rupert and Emma, as well as some of the production crew are also featured. A short featurette entitled “Harry and Hermione” was also released and shows a glimpse at behind-the-scenes of Harry and Hermione’s dance from “Deathly Hallows: Part 1″. High definition-esque screen captures from the main feature has been added into our galleries.
A full program of this weekend’s “Potter” marathon can be seen below.
Faithful Potter fans will also be given a chance to go behind-the scenes with never-before-seen interview footage from the cast and filmmakers which give insights on key scenes from “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 & 2,” as well as revisiting important moments from the previous films to prepare for the final battle that takes place in “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2.” The never-before-seen footage that will be airing throughout the weekend includes a look back at Harry and Ginny’s relationship, director David Yates’ take on Harry and Hermione’s relationship, the origins of The Marauder’s Map and a look into the very last shot of principal photography of the film franchise with producer David Barron.
ABC Family will also be airing exclusive sneak peeks at some of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2,” most exciting moments, including Harry & Draco’s fight in the Room of Requirement, the hair-raising dragon sequences and the final courtyard battle between good and evil. “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2” opens in theaters on July 15, 2011.
Thursday, March 17
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone at 7:30/6:30c
Friday, March 18
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone at 3:30/2:30c
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets at 7/6c
Saturday, March 19
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone at 9am/8c
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets at 12:30/11:30c
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban at 4:30/3:30c
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire at 7:30/6:30c
Sunday, March 20
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone at 7am/6c
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets at 10:30/9:30c
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban at 2:30/1:30c
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire at 5:30/4:30c
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix at 9/8c
The first exclusive video from the Harry Potter: The Quest website has been released and is available on Youtube. The brief featurette, titled ‘Secrets of the Cast – Red Cards’, takes us behind the scenes at the Lovegood residence where some very important information is to be had: Emma Watson can’t stop giggling. It’s a very cute video and gives us some great footage of the Lovegood house, behind-the-scenes of Bathilda Bagshot’s house and some infectious laughter from Emma “Giggles” Watson and the her cast mates.
The next video will be unlocked once 6 million points are accumulated on the website – you get 25 points just for signing up – and will look at the 7 Potter scene from “Deathly Hallows: Part 1″.
To ring in the new month (welcome to March, everyone!) WB. have released a press statement concerning the world premiere of “Deathly Hallows: Part 2″. Dubbing it the “most spectacular yet”, DH:2 will have not one but two premieres on the same day with cast and crew starting off at Trafalgar Square for press, media and fan meetings before moving off, hopefully sometime much later, to Leicester Square to watch the movie. Mark your calendars, this will all happen on July 7th.
London, 1st March 2011 – Warner Bros. Pictures today announced that the world premiere of the final instalment of the Harry Potter film series, Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows – Part 2, will take place in London’s Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square on 7th July 2011. This will be the first red carpet film premiere event in Trafalgar Square, the instantly recognisable landmark providing the iconic backdrop for one of the biggest film premieres to ever take place in the capital.
The cast, filmmakers and guests attending the final Harry Potter premiere will begin the night on the red carpet in Trafalgar Square with the world’s media in attendance. Special areas will be reserved within the square for fans and competition winners from all over the world to see the actors and creators of some of the most beloved characters of all time. Cast and guests will then make their way to Leicester Square’s cinemas to watch the film.
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson said: “For the last decade we’ve been gripped by the on-screen battle between Harry Potter and his arch enemy Lord Voldemort and this is one of the most eagerly awaited films in history. As befits a great British triumph, I can think of no better venue than the iconic surroundings of Trafalgar Square in which to stage the most spectacular of send offs for this dramatic finale”. Read more?