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HBP "Teaser" Trailer
Facepalm - miss_jaffacake
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Am I the only person finding all the fuss about this absolutely hilarious? My favourite comments so far:

It should be "Once again, Harry, I must ask you to do the impossible AND FIND ME THE FREAKING **REAL** TRAILER BEFORE I DO SOMETHING REALLY BAD!!!"

And this one, referring to the fact that it's Arthur who gets mauled by Greyback and not Bill:

So first Arthur gets mauled by a snake in the fifth movie and now he's getting mauled by Greyback in the sixth? This is just sadistic!

I kind of agree... not really sure why they have to include Greyback's mauling now unless it's to pile the pressure on the Weasleys and Ron specifically.

Generally, the feeling seems to be "WTF, FIFTEEN SECONDS, IS THAT ALL?!" I know there are no more books coming out but there's no need to get quite so worked up, dears.

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Because they don't want to add in Bill Weasley.


Waaaaaaaait a second, if Bill Weasely isn't going to be in the movie, then what on earth are they going to do for the Wedding scene in DH? Surely they can't miss it out esp. since they are splitting the DH movie.

::becomes aware that she might sound like a rabid fangirl::

::becomes aware that she might sound like a rabid fangirl::

HA, you're totally in the right place, don't worry about that!

If Bill Weasely isn't going to be in the movie, then what on earth are they going to do for the Wedding scene in DH?

The current theory is that they're going to have it as Tonks and Remus's wedding instead, which would make more sense, especially as the hospital scene has been cut.

...is the trailer out or are these just rumors?

Sorry! Should have put this link in the entry: Teaser Trailer

So there is something but it's only fifteen seconds long. Hence the outrage. People are now thinking that the trailer proper will be out with The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, since that will encourage people to go and see the actual film.

Am I the only one who found the movies a pale travesty of the books? I found most of them disappointing. (The first one was OK.) I just edited out a long rant about everything I hated in the five movies; such things belong on my own LJ. Anyway I'm having a hard time getting excited about this, though I will probably go.

I don't find them 'travesties', exactly, but they do tend to miss a lot of what makes the books so special. But there's something in each one that I like. As far as rewatching goes, I watch CoS for Kenneth Brannagh, I watch the first two thirds of PoA, and I am happy to watch all of GoF and OotP.

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