End every Friday (July 15), "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2" is the last time you will be a "Harry Potter" film shown in theaters. Nearly a decade ago, MTV News has written about how "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" Eminem beat "8 Mile" at the box office and the exciting news that Gary Oldman, known as Count Dracula in the moment, had joined the cast of "The Prisoner of Azkaban."
Our coverage of the "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" began three years ago with the announcement that the big screen adaptation of the novel split final "Potter" films in two, and it is strange to think that after all that time film series is finally over. In honor of all the time we spent to cover the "Deathly Hallows, Part 2," we are exporting to the MTV News Archive journey to cover the entire history of cinema in recent MTV News Tips Sheet.
Descriptions of the parties' final
MTV News caught with Daniel Radcliffe leading man at the end of 2009, when the cast was the knee in a shooting and "Deathly Hallows" films, and he said it was set to "only madness." It makes sense, given the combined running time of films is about five hours and are some of the most exciting climax of the series. Radcliffe feared resumption of a great scene where he walks into the forest to meet Voldemort, and Tom Felton was looking forward to filming epilogue. When I finally did shoot a scene, Felton had the good fortune to be his real life girlfriend Olivia Jade to play the wife of the screen. But it was the last battle sequences, which were the most exciting co-star Evanna Lynch and Bonnie Wright, the first of which was brought to tears of scenes. Robbie Coltrane agree with them, saying they were his favorite scenes from the movie.
The decision to turn in 3-D
But production was not yet complete. According to film the popular trend, decided the creative team behind "Deathly Hallows" for post-convert movies in 3-D. Producer David Heyman spoke to MTV News during the week in 3-D and said he was optimistic about the change, adding that he believed the film would be "more epic" 3-D. "Deathly Hallows, Part 1" did not end up converting to time, "Part 2" marks the first time a "Harry Potter" movies were released in full 3-D. There's also the hope that all the "Harry Potter" films, could be converted into 3-D and receive a re-release.
Getting the Right Epilogue
Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint and cast of young stars who have played the next generation of magicians met again months after filming finished reshoot the scene hinge epilogue, because the original scene that was filmed was not considered to be good enough. Felton was lucky enough to have made his first recordings to the task, however, as he and Olivia did not have to shoot a new scene. Some other new stars, including Kelly Macdonald in "Boardwalk Empire", was cast in roles that should be in post-production and was the last two castmembers to participate in "Harry Potter" franchise. A cut early "Deathly Hallows, Part 2" was screened to fans in February and was well received, reducing many viewers to tears. Radcliffe response to this news? "Good!"
The first "Deathly Hallows" trailer hit the Web on June 28, 2010, and he mocks both the end of "Harry Potter" installments. That would be 10 months before a specific trailer for "Part 2", then new trailers came fast and furious. Warner Bros has released an early scene in "Deathly Hallows, Part 2" in April, MTV did an exclusive clip Premiere of "Part 2" during the 2011 MTV Movie Awards, which was well received by fans.
Farewell to 'Potter'
The "Harry Potter" movies were released in a decade, it is not surprising that the stars of the franchise have a hard time saying goodbye. Watson planned to have a "really great Brunch" after the final New York "Potter" Premiere while Grint left the London premiere screening because the film was too emotional for him. But man is the hardest to say goodbye, it's Radcliffe, who plays the same name in the series. "I think we proved by" Potter ", you can bring integrity and perpetual growth of a franchise. It should not be a law of diminishing returns after the first film released," Radcliffe reflects MTV News.
Composer Alexandre Desplat has been chosen to create partitions for the final film, and chatted with MTV News about his creative process. Finally, June 14, 2010, put the set of "Harry Potter" packed for the last time.