Squee! Official teaser posters for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows!

You know a new Harry Potter movie’s just around the corner when the promo posters start trickling out. And here are seven posters, all at once!

With Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1 hitting the cinemas on 19th November, we can expect a blast of new pics, trailers and posters. And with the tone of the series getting increasingly darker as it nears the end, these posters are some of the grimmest yet.

It’s interesting to note the appearance of stubble/bumfluff on the chins of Messrs Radcliffe and Grint, showing just how far the series has come since we first met Harry back in 2001. Of course, Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint are both 21 and 22 years old respectively, so a bit of stubble is only to be expected. And make sure you take a look at the Fenrir Greyback poster – that guy’s cracked teeth are super-scary!

Daniel Radcliffe as Harry PotterEmma Watson as Hermione GrangerRupert Grint as Ron WeasleyAlan Rickman as Severus SnapeRalph Feinnes as Lord VoldemortHelena Bonham Carter as Bellatrix LestrangeDave Legeno as Fenrir Greyback

We’ll put up more Potter posters as and when they become available!

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3 Comments

  1. magsmagenta

    I’m really looking forward to these films, I’m really curious to know how they are going to incorporate all the stuff they missed out in the previous films so that the ending makes sense, I’m especially looking forward to the Harry Robbing Gringots scenes 🙂

    1. Gerard McGarry

      I’ve forgotten so much about Harry Potter since I read Deathly Hallows, so I probably won’t notice or care too much about the ploy holes or things they’ve left out. I was quite annoyed by the too-clean ending though and that twee post-script about how they all got married and lived happily ever after.

  2. RandomEnigma

    Seeing as the Weasley home burned down in the last film, they’re going to need to explain how it’s repaired for Bill and Fleur’s wedding. Hell! I can’t understand why they’ve only waited until now to bring in Bill and Charlie. I know the two elder Weasley brothers are fairly transparent in the HP universe but they’ve been around since Book 4. Plus the whole Horcrux thing was horribly explained in the last movie. Friends and family of mine who haven’t read the books don’t understand it at all.

    I agree, Gerard. The epilogue was ended far too neatly and was all too sugary sweet. JK should have allowed the reader to think up their own ending to the series.

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