This summer sees the release of possibly the biggest film of all time. It's so big, so important and so eagerly awaited that it had to split into two parts to accomodate the sheer awesomeness of the spectacle. No, I'm not talking about Breaking Dawn
(although I could be, couldn't I?), but rather Harry Potter VII: And The Deathly Hallows Part II In Glorious Three Dimensions
. And this week sees the release of the first trailer.
The first film, it must be said, was something of a damp squib - loads of talking, pondering and getting lost in the countryside. Well that was just the set-up. Like the novel itself, the second half is where shit gets real.
If the book is anything to go by, this is going to be off the chain. The camping is done, the soul-searching is over and the pointless meandering is forgotten. Now things get incredible - raids on Gringotts bank, massive bloody dragons flying over London and the mother of all showdowns. Though it does look like the climax has been amped up a hell of a lot. This can only be a good thing, as the final battle in the book was a bit of a letdown, given how great the rest of the series' finales were. And, bonus: Molly Weasley vs Bellatrix Lestrange! It'll be impossible not to cheer when that