Firstly ABC FAMILY WILL HAVE NEW CLIPS AND INTERVIEWS (NEVER SEEN BEFORE) during their hp marathon the geekend (hehe) July 7th to 11th:
"Take a break from the heat, pop open a butterbeer and join ABC Family for an extra-long weekend of magic and Quidditch matches with everyone’s favorite boy wizard and friends.
The weekend starts with “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” on Thursday, July 8th and will include airings of each of the first five films through Sunday, July 11th. Fans will also be treated to never-before-seen interviews and footage of Harry’s epic final showdown with Voldemort from the much anticipated two-part motion picture, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.” Part 1 is due in theaters November 19, 2010, Part 2 on July 15, 2011.
In addition, the network will present a special telecast of a newly released “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” trailer, airing it in its entirety on Monday, June 28. Warner Bros. Pictures will release the trailer worldwide that day, and it will air on ABC Family that evening during the debut of the new ABC Family original one-hour series, “Huge” (9:00PM–10:00PM ET/PT). "
In other never before seen stuff, THERE WAS MEANT TO BE DH STUFF INCLUDED IN THE LEGO GAME OUT LAST FRIDAY, BUT:
"A fan videotaped their opening of the collector's edition of the game, and found a note about when the Deathly Hallows footage would be available for viewing.
Warner Bros has clarified to SnitchSeeker that only the European versions of the collector's editions will be available for viewing on July 7th. The LEGO video games sold in North America and Australia (out June 30th) will come with an extra DVD that will contain the Deathly Hallows and Harry Potter films on-set footage; those editions will be out next week.
All the content listed is on a separate disc that is packaged in the Collector’s Edition (for North America and Australia). The Collector’s Editions in Europe do not include the footage in the box. Instead the insert that you see in the video was included. It directs people to the site where they’ll be able to view the footage beginning July 7th. "
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