Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows possible spoilers
There are some interesting reveals online for the final two Harry Potter films, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Parts I and II from Josh Herdman, the actor who plays Goyle, one of Malfoy's henchmen.
He talks about how the film could be split, and what the ending of the first film could be, as well as what's going to happen to lackey Crabbe's part in the film, the other henchman, now that he's been arrested and convicted for drug possession.
Now be aware that there are some possible big spoilers here, even for those who have read the book. These are details specifically for the film versions and do include a couple of changes from the novel.
So before we head into the comments from Josh Herdman that he made at the MuggleMayhem convention which Mugglenet through JoBlo caught, let me give you one more warning. If you don't want to know about the film before it's released then do not read any further.
Now, let's move onto those points, and it's worth noting that when Herdman was speaking about the film he said that this was the current plan, and there's a long way yet before the film is released so a number of these things could change.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows will be split into two films, we know that already and the book justifies the split, in fact a couple of the books to date have justified it, but didn't make it that way to the film. Deathly Hallows will though.
Herdman said that the first film will be split just after the three leads are captured by the Snatchers and the second film will start right before they are taken to Malfoy Manor.
As regards the fate of Crabbe, played by Jamie Waylett, well since he was convicted he's not exactly the image that Harry Potter necessarily wants in the film, it seems he's not going to appearing in either of them and so Herdman says his character of Goyle is the one that's going to take the bullet and be the one to get killed.
So those are the spoilers for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, although nothing huge I'd say.