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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt. 2 Trailer

I have chills.

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  1. It looks like it will be a great final show.

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  2. Hubs and I just watched this trailer this afternoon. We were speechless for like, five minutes afterwards. It's so bitter sweet! I think this is going to be the best movie yet, but I can't believe it's over. At least when the seventh book came out we still had movies to look forward to. Now it's all done. But I still can't wait to see it!!

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  3. OH. MY. GOSH. So excited, but sad at the same time. I'm hoping theaters will show Parts 1 and 2 together. How awesome would that be?

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  4. Looks better than the book (I wasn't a fan of the final one at all). I'm wondering (read: hoping) if they'll cut the epilogue entirely. I'll be happy if they do do that. I always thought that was going to far with the final book. Personally.

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  5. Gosh! I'm so scared for them!

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  6. Can't wait to see this movie!


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  7. I get goosebumps every time I watch this. I actually cannot wait!

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  8. i have not seen yet, but it would be interesting.. :)

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  9. Very nice, thanks for the information.

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