For its anniversary, Rotten Tomatoes is releasing clips to celebrate 21 incredible movie moments. Today, the anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts, we’ve been given new footage of director David Yates discussing the epic fight between Harry and Voldemort in the last film.
Pop Up Screens, an organization that hosts outdoor film screenings in London parks, will be screening “Deathly Hallows – Part 2” at Coram’s Fields, Holborn, later this summer!
Today’s MuggleNet Throwback takes us back not so long ago to 2011 when a very special video in the “Harry Potter” world was first released. Some might even call it the beginning of the end.
Total Film has recently released a list of the 50 Greatest Book Movie Adaptations, and awarded Deathly Hallows a spot. Although there were two films, Deathly Hallows was recognized as a whole as an adaptation. They also noted what was the greatest change between book and film. Did Deathly Hallows deserve a higher position?