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IGN Rewind Theater: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Eric Moro: Hey guys, two Eric’s are coming at you today, this Eric Moro form IGN movies and I’ve got resident Harry Potter fan boy, Eric Goldman with me.
Eric Goldman: Hey there guys.
Eric Moro: And we’re going to dissect the new Half Blood Prince trailer for you. We’re got to get a little spoilerish because we’re be giving stuff that’s been—is real than the books
Eric Goldman: Yup and this trailer shows a lot from the last third of the books which I thought was interesting. So we’re not going to talk about the very end but we’re going to talk about some stuff near the end.
Eric Moro: Yes so you’ve been warned. So one of the interesting things Eric that I think about this trailer is that it obviously the majority of it shows the action that happens in the film but then we get into bam! A little love story.
Eric Goldman: Yup, that’s a big part of the book and it’s very charming part of the book is that they’re getting older. They’re teenagers and there’s a lot more of a love boat story element.
Eric Moro: And who’s this?
Eric Goldman: This is Ginny Weasley; Ron’s little sister who had one single line in the first movie but has had a hearts that’s getting bigger and bigger and up to this point were we really get to know her
Eric Moro: And that was actually Ron getting busy right with who’s that?
Eric Goldman: Lavender Brown, Ron’s first girlfriend and Hermione has a little jealousy here, she tries Jack Ling, she’s not interested in him but it doesn’t really hide it well into the point.
Eric Moro: Well another character that’s going to grow a little bit more in this film when we get a sense of it in the trailer is…
Eric Goldman: Draco Malfroy, who’s been the only school bully since the first story really but here we get to know him much more and we also see that he might end up being a true villain and that we followed him throughout the story and what’s going on with him.
Eric Moro: Well we got a little bit here as something that really, really interested me and that’s kind of the dark magic actually spilling out of the world of Hogwarts and in to the real world of Muggles.
Eric Goldman: Yup, I think it’s pretty cool to see this because in the book this is talked about. We know that the Death eaters are attacking the humans but we don’t see it. Here it looks to be some pretty huge set pieces at the beginning of the film.
Eric Moro: And there is a relationship between the two worlds in the book right?
Eric Goldman: Oh Yeah, we see that you know, the prime minister of magic talks to the prime minister of London secretly.
Eric Moro: Interesting, Now, what’s this element or this moment happening right here?
Eric Goldman: This is a Katie Bell, she’s sort of an incidental character, not a big character in the stories but here, and she does become someone who is a victim of some of the things going on with Voldemort and the Death Eaters.
Eric Moro: Okay, and then we’re brought back in to the school. We’re seeing a lot of the kids, a lot of the action taking place in the school in this particular film. I have to stop on these guys because they keep— they remind me of Gollum of the Lord of the rings.
Eric Goldman: And they do to me too which I’m not sure I’m psyche about. This are the Inferi, I hope I’m pronouncing that correctly but they’re basically the Harry Potter version of Zombies, very scary in the book how it’s described, I don’t know how I much like that they look a lot like Gollum but let’s see what happens in the film.
Eric Moro: Now this is a moment that was created specifically for the film right?
Eric Goldman: Yup this is probably the biggest sequence that’s ever been written for the film which is the halfway point of this book, there’s not a lot of action, and they decided to add a big action set piece which is the Death Eaters attack the Weasley’s home, the Burrow
Eric Moro: And we’re going to see a lot more action with Snape as well if this were correct?
Eric Goldman: Yup, Snape definitely has a—probably his biggest role yet in this story.
Eric Moro: And this is?
Eric Goldman: This is Narcissa Malfroy, that’s Draco’s mom, we meet her for the first time. It has the Malfroy family in general starts to get an extent role.
Eric Moro: Interesting. Well you know again, the show has a lot more of the heated action with a lot more characters this time around.
Eric Goldman: Yeah, we see this big action sequences from the beginning and end of the film. It looks like they definitely didn’t skimped on it this time
Eric Moro: Well you definitely not going to have to wait long to catch the movie, as a matter of fact, they bumped it up two days so it’s not coming out July 17th, its actually coming out July 15.
Eric Goldman: Yeah we have a brand new trailer saying the incorrect date but in this case people were so upset, they delayed the movie by a few months, now we get it a couple of days early.