'Harry Potter': Sneak peek at Harry's Gringotts Bank break-in -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO


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Are you one of the many Muggles who can’t wait to see Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2, the final installment in the series that apparates into theaters July 15? Well, you can get a sneak peek of the new movie right now in this exclusive clip — a behind-the-scenes look at a key scene from early in the film in which Harry, Ron, and Hermione sneak into Gringotts Bank in search of one of the final Horcruxes containing a piece of Voldemort’s soul. (Warning: For those who want to see the film spoiler-free, this clip is not for you.)

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  • SC

    Helena Bonham Carter playing Emma Watson playing Hermione playing Bellatrix looks to be amusing.

    • mary

      I know right??? I can’t beleave I watched this. But I just had to. And it was awesome. Soon it will all be over. Sigh. Pity. But till then, this has made me even more excited to finely see this film entirely. Will there be more spoilers? Probably. I must stay away. Lol.

    • abadstroller

      HBC: Nice job! “I don’t like to be kept waiting.” She sounds just like Emma Watson with the voice cracking.

      • Danny

        I believe they dubbed in Emma’s voice, just like when they used the original actor’s voices in all the previous polyjuice performances (Ooo, alliteration!) so yes, she would therefore sound like Emma. But her performance is still great, clearly channeling Emma’s take on Hermione underneath the Bellatrix get-up.

      • Asha

        I love the was HBC plays Bellatrix, kind of boozy and all swag. I love it! She makes me love Bellatrix!

      • Luis

        oh alex! this is simply dnivie! i am soooo very happy for you. it’s wonderful to see you grow into such an avid blogger and astounding picture taker! (that is a technical term of course)anyway, i will now follow you here and dont forget about me in blogger land! oh and love the photos, duh.

    • fdhser


      t s h i r t s -12

      s h o e s -35

      b i k i n i -17


  • courtney

    ahhh! One of the scenes I am most excited to see… can’t wait!!

  • Amy

    Only 15 more days!!! I can’t believe it is almost here!

  • Jess

    I’m going to the midnight screening in nyc how early should I get there?

    • Ally

      Why are you asking on a website like this? Call up the theater you are going to.

      • Max

        How would a theater know what time fans show up? dumbass

      • Ian

        probably because the theatre has already had 7 midnight premieres for Harry Potter films, and probably has a good idea about what the scene is like and can make a guess at how early people might begin showing up…..dumbass.

      • Jeremy

        This made me laugh ALOT….any potter fan would know this and midnight crowds and what not…ive been to enough of them as it is (40 total midnight shows) all of you are DUMBA$$es LOL. JK

    • mary

      My theater told me 3 hours early. Call and ask yours. Now I just have to figure out what me, my sister n-law, and my two teenage sons will do for 3 hours. Lol.

      • Danielle

        My friend and I have an entire 3 hours planned. We are watching AVPM/AVPS, colouring, eating red vines and treacle tarts, reading the books, having magic duels, and singing along to wizard wrock. Just some ideas for the wait.

      • Laura

        For Part 1 I showed up 8 hours early! Was the 3rd person in line so take your chances.

      • Danny

        For Part 1 I had my ticket but got there only a half hour in advance. But was alone, and found a single empty seat perfectly center, just the right distance from the screen. Lucky.

      • Jeremy


      • District 12

        for the last 3 potter films my friends and I are there by noon, our theater lets us set up our tv, camping chairs, and bring in our own food. Most people start to show up around then and late comers have to wait outside. The theater we go to will only let about the first 100 people in line to stay inside and the rest are S.O.L.

    • Schmidty

      at least 2 hours

    • WB Exec

      Be there very early like 6:00 PM. The Harry Potter Mania will be in full swing.

    • Caracticus

      Don’t forget to shout out “Not My Daughter You B****!” when the time comes!

      • Leahl

        LOL now I will!

      • chattypatra

        That is definitely the best line of the entire book! Can’t wait to see that scene. Actually, can’t wait to see many scenes that should be special and exciting. Woo-hoo!

      • Danny

        Oh please no. That would be obnoxious. Let Ms. Walters do her thing unmolested.

      • icandoscience

        If they don’t include that line I will DIE of disappointment.

    • Josh

      You should buy tickets ahead of time… and show up a few minutes before midnight. If you can’t, i’d go as soon as they start selling tickets. Call and ask when they are getting released.

    • Mushtari

      you’re soooo lucky to go to the premier:D
      have fun!

    • chase

      Ummm….. About 11:58pm.

      • Jane

        Thats the worst time to go. Unless you like seating in the first row and want hurt your neck.

      • Wha’ever

        Huh, Jane, first, Chase was more than certainly joking. Second, no-one would even get a sit if they show up at that time :p

      • Wha’ever

        “a seat” of course.

    • Blanchflorr

      I know in Atlanta, people start lining up around 4-5pm so I would aim for that.

    • dizzy

      I would say by 6:00 pm. You’ll be somewhere in the middle of the line and will be able to find a decent seat.

    • Huskerhoney71

      VERY! Good Luck!

  • gweqtgfsh


    t s h i r t s -12

    s h o e s -35

    b i k i n i -17


  • charlie

    I am using all of my will power not to watch this video. Trying to save it all for the big screen. The 15 days feel so long now, but after its all over it will be bittersweet. So I am savoring the anticipation for now.

    • can’t wait

      I tried to do the same but it was too tempting haha

  • Connor

    The sequence looks perfect. Love the coloring and the ‘epic’ scale of it all.

  • Anke

    Ever since I read this scene in the book I wanted to see it on the big screen, cannot wait!

  • Liz

    Looks amazing, It’s so seeing characters that come back for the last movie that we haven’t seen since Sorcerer’s Stone.

  • oleander

    I just can’t wait that is too much

  • hmrpotter

    Oh my goodness it looks SO GOOD!!!!

  • Joni

    Having read the book several times already I watched the clip. Looks awesome and I can’t wait to see the whole movie.

    So was that Helena as Hermione or Emma in Bellatrix makeup? Definitely Emma’s voice – I think.

    • Liz Lemon

      That’s Helena playing Emma. She’s talked about it interviews a few time. Her and Emma spent a lot of time together, so that Helena could learn Hermione/Emma’s mannerisms. I’m not sure if they still used Emma’s voice or not though.

  • Liz Lemon

    Can’t watch it. Too many spoilers. And yes, I’ve read the book (more than once), but I want it to be fresh when I see it the first time. WB always does this. They release too much footage.

    • Daniel

      Stop wathing the clips online then. Some other people dont care.

      • Liz Lemon

        I haven’t watched them. That was my point. *eyeroll*

    • Patch

      I agree. I’ve watched almost the whole film from clips, featurettes and trailers. I know it spoils it and it would be better if I waited to watch it all in the cinema, but I just can’t resist!

    • Asha

      Haha! I have been thinking they didn’t release ENOUGH footage!!! I am absorbing every single clip! I want more!

  • Rodolfo Costa

    I said I’ll get you in, I didn’t say say anything about getting you OUT! hahaha – I hated him during the book!

  • Donny with a D


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