The Battle of Hogwarts - CHAPTER 1 (HARRY POTTER FAN FILM)
Harry Potter fans, this Battle of Hogwarts theory will blow your minds
And we can't believe we didn't see it before....
Words by Lexxi Davis
Even when you think you’ve seen everything there is to see in the Harry Potter films, it seems there is always more nuggets of Gringotts gold to be unearthed.
From this is he/isn’t he Harry Potter fan theory of Snape’s death, to the time JK Rowling revealed Harry Potter wasn’t actually the first Harry Potter, and the Draco Malfoy deleted scene that will change the way you see him forever, there’s always more to this complex wizarding world than we all first thought. The latest revelation that is blowing our minds is the tiny details in the battle of Hogwarts that you might have missed.
In the final filmHarry Potter and the Deathly Hallow Part 2, we see the protagonist trio and the rest of Dumbledore’s Army show down against Voldemort and his band of Death Eaters and Dementors in what we know as the Battle of Hogwarts.
Obviously we remember Neville becoming the hero with the Gryffindor sword and McGonagall enchanting the statues and suits of armour to protect the school. But in the final fight scene have you ever noticed; while Harry, Ron and Hermione are running through the castle grounds they are dodging curses and explosions but these are what they encounter…
A giant creature tries to smash them, but they hide under a pipe. Mirroring the scene in The Philosopher’s Stone, when Harry and Ron rescue Hermione from a troll in the bathroom.
Video: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 - The Battle of Hogwarts Part 1
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