November is certainly shaping up to be the month of Harry Potter, as there are only 16 more days until part one of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows opens in theaters nationwide.
First things first: Screen Rant has the goods on a new Deathly Hallows clip entitled "No One Else Is Going to Die," which features a heated discussion between Ron and Harry. Check it out:
All Grown Up
Daniel Radcliffe also graces this week's cover of Entertainment Weekly, where the film's three main stars – Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson – reveal candid details on what made them all misty-eyed upon wrapping up their final scene as well as that much-talked about kiss. Plus, Radcliffe recounts the moment when he found out he'd been chosen to play the bespectacled boy wizard. "I was in the bath at the time," he said. "My dad came running in and said, 'Guess who they want to play Harry Potter?' and I started to cry. It was probably the best moment of my life." Awwww!!!
True Harry Potter geeks will be thrilled to learn that UK scientists have drafted a flexible film that could possibly lead to Harry's most famous "invisibility cloak." The BBC reports that this particular kind of film is made of tiny structures, which produces a "metamaterial" that helps in making objects appear invisible through light. Pretty spectacular, right?
Sneak Peek Secrets
Lastly, two new scenes from part one of the upcoming film will air during a Harry Potter weekend-long marathon on ABC Family. According to Hollywood News, these never-before-seen clips, scheduled for broadcast between November 11 and 14, will first appear with Thursday's showing of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Fans will be treated to Scrimgeour's visit to The Burrow and the reading of Albus Dumbledore's will. The second clip is centered around "Kreacher's Tale", one of the most heralded chapters among Harry Potter enthusiasts. Hooray!
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