Behind The Scenes Dan probably had a bit too much coffee that day

    (Source: deeply-inside)

        “He spotted Ginny two tables away; she was sitting with her head on her mother’s shoulder: there would be time to talk later, hours and days and maybe years in which to talk.”

        Deathly Hallows, pg 745

          “Holding a wand is not the most threatening thing. And pointing it at Dame Maggie Smith, who you’ve grown up worshipping from the cheap seats at the National Theatre, and she’s pointing it at you … and she can arch an eyebrow like nobody. Thank god for the sheets of flame.” - Alan Rickman on working with Dame Maggie Smith during HPDH2

            (Source: imsirius)

                “These are dark times, there is no denying. Our world has perhaps faced no greater threat than it does today. But I say this to our citizenry: We, ever your servants, will continue to defend your liberty and repel the forces that seek to take it from you! Your Ministry remains, strong.”

                (Source: levioosing)

                    8.3 million copies of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows were sold on its first day of release back in 2007; 3,000+ midnight screenings of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 were sold out within days of opening for sale; $7.7 billion and counting have been grossed for the Harry Potter franchise to this day.

                    The story of Harry Potter is one that many across the world have found themselves cherishing, becoming a global phenomenon in only a matter of a few years. In the past decade, millions of people have shown their devotion and admiration for the little boy with the lightning scar; making this the highest grossing franchise in history. But for so many of us, it’s much more than that. Harry has become our best friend, allowing us into his world and letting us watch as he grew up right before our eyes. We were there with him as he discovered his powers and responsibilities. We were there during his heartbreak and agony. We were there and fighting alongside him on that fateful day back in May of 1998.

                    With that being said, he’s also been there for us. He helped us during our low points, he’s guided us through the highs, and he also provided a safe haven for us if we ever felt the need to escape. I’ve never been able to look at Harry Potter as just a story, because it isn’t. I’m so thankful to Jo, and to Harry, and especially to you guys, because you’ve made my time in this fandom an incredible one and I can’t imagine a better way to have spent these past 10 or so years. So thank you again and long live Harry Potter.

                      (Source: sydneyprosser)

                        (Source: imsirius)

                          thebrighteststarofherage:

                          me-writing:

                          On this extract from Deathly Hallows part 1´s script, there is more action between the characters for the horcrux´s effect and RON/HERMIONE moment which we didn´t see.

                          An epic flyover. Three small figures move slowly below.
                          One figure — Ron — trails the other two: Harry and
                          Hermione. We CUT DOWN TO ground level. TO Ron. He
                          glances about sullenly, staring at the forsaken
                          landscape, then looks up ahead to Harry and Hermione.
                          The sight of them, walking side-by-side, does nothing to
                          improve his mood.

                          RON                I’m hungry.

                          Harry and Hermione stop, turn. Study him for a moment.

                          HARRY           What?

                          RON               I’m hungry.

                          Hermione glances at Harry, who continues to stare at Ron,
                          as if taking the measure of him.

                          HARRY           We’re all hungry.

                          Ron returns Harry’s glance, then looks off again.
                          Hermione crosses to Ron, examines his RAGGED BANDAGE.

                          RON               Leave it.

                          Hermione glances at Ron’s profile, then — briefly — at
                          the Horcrux dangling from his neck. Ignoring his words,
                          she begins to rummage in her beaded bag.

                          RON    Mum can make food appear out of thin air.

                          HERMIONE

                          (tenderly)
                          No one can conjure food out of
                          thin air. Food is the first of
                          the five Principal Exceptions to
                          Gamp’s Law. The other four are —

                          RON (sharply)
                          Oh, speak English, can’t you?

                          As Ron jerks his injured arm away, Hermione looks up,
                          meets Ron’s hard gaze.

                          RON            I said leave it.

                          Hermione glances at the bandage in her hand, puts it
                          away.

                          HARRY        It’ll be dark soon. We need to
                          find a place to sleep.

                          HERMIONE   Good plan.

                          RON

                          Yeah. Brilliant. Only, correct
                          me if I’m wrong… wasn’t that
                          yesterday’s plan? And the day
                          before that? And the day before
                          that? Walk. Sleep. Walk.
                          Sleep.

                          Harry stares at Ron, then begins to walk toward him.
                          Hermione watches silently. Ron stands utterly still.
                          When Harry stops, he simply nods to Ron’s neck.

                          HARRY       My turn.

                          As he reaches out, Ron blocks his hand. For a moment,
                          they simply stand silently. Then Ron strips the chain
                          from his neck, hands it to Harry and brushes past him.
                          Harry glances at Hermione, drapes the Horcrux over his
                          head and follows. Hermione watches them go, then does
                          the same.

                          why do they cut brilliant scenes like this?

                            welcome-azkaban-bitch:

                            Harry Potter is dead!

                            (Source: hogwarding)

                              
Harry reading.

                              Harry reading.