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Voldemort's power is growing stronger. He now has control over the Ministry of Magic and Hogwarts. Harry, Ron, and Hermione ...
decide to finish Dumbledore's work and find the rest of the Horcruxes to defeat the Dark Lord. But little hope remains for them, so everything they do must go as planned.
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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
Daniel Radcliffe: What do you know about the deathly hallows. The reason they are on this journey is much bigger than any one of them.
Male Speaker: It is just rumored there are three.
Male Speaker: This is Harry's last chance to finish the ultimate problem once in and for all.
David Heyman: Here we have Harry Potter on the run and they are trying to find the keys to Voldemort. They don't really know how they are going to do it. They have nobody turn to other than each other.
Emma Watson: It really brings home the magnitude of the sacrifice that Hermione and Ron make for Harry and to their friendship.
Rupert Grint: It such a scary and unpredictable kind of world now where kind of anyone can be working for Voldemort.
Male Speaker: I must be the one to kill Harry Potter.
David Yates: Voldemort is on the cusp of absolute power, he just needs to deal with Harry Potter.
Daniel Radcliffe: Given the prophecy Harry always assume that he is going to come off worse. He is always known it has to come to end at some point, someone is going to give.
Male Speaker: Harry Potter.
Daniel Radcliffe: Harry is aware that is probably going to be it.
Male Speaker: The boy who live come to die.
David Heyman: All road leads to Voldemort ultimately.
David Yates: It's a war.
Male Speaker: Action.
Emma Watson: Stakes are higher and under the extraordinary circumstances when everyones life is in the line, they turn to be incredible kind of heroes.
Male Speaker: Why do you live because something worth living for.
Rupert Grint: Always battle and all this rubble everywhere, it's quite so catchy.
Daniel Radcliffe: The whole second part is relentlessly really, really fast ride, it's going to be so much action, so much fighting, but in a good kind of an epic way.
Emma Watson: This is what we have been waiting for. Everyone has to take stand and count from start to finish the hearts is going to raise. The audiences would be like holding their breath they are going to make it.