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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I trailer online

DeathlyHallowsCover.jpgActually the trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I has been online for an age, it's because Warner Bros. decided America should see it first and it was released at an hour where most of the UK were asleep. However we can see it now and it's right here.

What surprises me is that there wasn't a Quicktime or high resolution version released and that we're seeing a flash version flying round the globe. Oh well, it's here and you can see it at least. Pretty soon we'll get our hands on a big screen high definition version.

This trailer is very different to the others, although the feeling of darkness and impending doom for Harry is still there, this is by far the darkest Harry Potter film of the lot, and no wonder, the books were too (from all accounts).

The added bonus is that just about all the footage is new, and it's all about Harry. Have a look Potter fans, I think you'll be impressed. I certainly am, but then I haven't read any of the books.

Here's the trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I:





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This trailer really shows how far the Potter series has come (notably the acting from the three leads). I'm certainly looking forward to this.

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