OCCLUMENCIA hAD THIS TO Say:
"Entertainment Weekly has revealed via its official website the cover of the new edition, which goes on newsstands tomorrow U.S.. A capa promete fazer uma Prévia dos Filmes de Verão 2011, o que inclue Harry Potter e as Relíquias da Morte : Parte 2, o último filme da série Harry Potter que resta estrear nos cinemas. The cover promises to do a Preview of Summer Movies 2011, which includes Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows : Part 2, the latest Harry Potter movie that remains open in theaters.
A imagem da capa traz um close no rosto de Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), em uma foto tirada para divulgar a Parte 1, filme que chega em DVD e Blu-ray amanhã nas lojas. The cover image features a close-up face of Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) in a photo taken for the promotion Part 1, a film comes to DVD and Blu-ray in stores tomorrow.
Probably the matter on Part 2 is unpublished photos of long-awaited film. Stay tuned to Occlumency, the scans may arise at any time."
Every Second line is spanish and the cover is featured to the left. :)
SNITCHSEEKER had the following quotes;
“The new film is just a relentless action movie,” says Daniel Radcliffe of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2. “It Just. Does. Not. Stop.”
For Radcliffe, one of the biggest challenges this time around was relishing the moment and taking nothing for granted. “I’ve become particularly aware on this film that I’m not always going to be able to play these action-hero-type parts.”
Well, for one thing, the final showdown between Harry and evil Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes) in a wand duel at Hogwarts will be a little different from what author J.K. Rowling described in her 2007 novel. This time, the chase leads through Hogwarts and culminates in a very physical brawl as the two foes “apparate” (i.e., teleport) toward and away from each other.
The long-awaited first kiss between Harry’s pals Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) and Hermione Granger (Emma Watson). “It has be to the most anticipated moment between the two of them in the whole series,” says Watson. “In general, though, Part Two is just plain hell-raising and scary. I get to get my Lara Croft on.”