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Warner Bros Releases Pivotal (Spoilery) Scene from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2


We tend to avoid the MTV Movie Awards these days, for fear of being buried in a disturbing amount of  Twilight fanfare and glitzy B-list celebrities. But one arguable perk to the award show is the slew of trailers and exclusive clips it tends to premiere. With Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 a mere month and a half from release (!!!!!), fans everywhere are clamping on to every new trailer, poster, or cast interview they can get their hands on. And it’s not for nothing; for many who grew up with Harry, the release of the final film marks the symbolic end of adolescence. But the clip Warner Bros. decided to premiere last night is not just any clip; it’s a look at arguably the most important Avada Kedavra ever uttered in the series.

For those yet to read the final book (or are simply avoiding important details of the final movie), let this serve as the prerequisite SPOILER ALERT.

Because this isn’t just any clip. It’s a clip showing a pivotal part of the final battle between Harry and Lord Voldemort.

Fans have good reason to be divided over this newest footage; for some it’s simply a cool glimpse at one of the most intense scenes in the entire series. For others it might come as a major spoiler. For those who have yet to finish the books (and have somehow avoided four years of spoilers), it might serve you well to steer clear. For everyone else, though, I’d recommend a quick viewing. It’s one of the most intense teasers I’ve seen in a while.

Oh, and there’s also a new trailer. That’s pretty interesting, too.

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Alanna is a pop culture writer who works as the Weekend Editor for The Mary Sue, an entertainment writer for Bustle, and a freelancer for everywhere. She has a lot of opinions about Harry Potter and will 100% bully you into watching the shows that she loves. Don't worry, it's a sign of friendship.