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Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Pic Appears Online

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<i>Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows</i> Pic Appears Online

There’s a new image available from forthcoming second part of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, which hits theaters this summer on July 15. Expect to get plenty more looks at the movie-adapted concluding chapter in J.K. Rowling’s series of books as winter turns into spring and the release draws nearer.

For now you’ll have to content yourself with this solitary new image, featuring Matthew Lewis’ Neville Longbottom. Fans of the books should have no problem picking out where and when this scene occurs. The Longbottom character does quite a bit of growing over the course of the series, moreso in the books, and what’s pictured comes from what could accurately be described as a formative moment for him. Looking obscured but still recognizable in the background is Helena Bonham Carter’s Bellatrix Lestrange, aunt to Harry Potter’s schoolyard nemesis Draco Malfoy (Tom Felton). Harder to distinguish is the blonde man with shoulder-length hair on the left side of the frame. I’d bet that it’s Draco’s dear old dad Lucius Malfoy, who has been played with the perfect amount of quiet menace in the film series by Jason Isaacs.

UPDATE: The image has been removed at the request of Warner Bros.

Part one of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows hit theaters in November. Those unfamiliar with the books found a dark tale waiting for them, with Harry and his friends constantly on the run and mere inches ahead of death for most of the running time. Fans of the Rowling series know this well already: things are only going to get darker for our heroes. Though it’s nice having read the books and not having to again wonder about questions such as whether or not young Potter, or perhaps one of his trusted friends, will be killed off. No spoilers here.

No one is really sure where the image came from or who it belongs to, but CinemaBlend managed to track down a color version of the image that was first posted on Potter fansite Mugglenet.

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