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Neville has seen better days...

18 January 2011  |  Written by Alastair Plumb  |  Source: Mugglenet

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If it weren't from Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2, this picture of a beaten up teenager (namely, one Mr. Neville Longbottom) would just be a bit weird and a touch horrific. As it is from HP7P2, it's actually pretty exciting.

Since the release of the first part of the final book's adaptation back in December, glimpses of the second instalment have been a little thin on the ground to say the least.

Sure, there the extended Part 1 and 2 trailer, which shows more of the Battle of Hogwarts, flaming buildings and the like, and some other unseen-on-the-big-screen moments; and yes, there have been plenty of other extraneous stills from Part 1 (of course), but Part 2? Not so much.

In fact, this picture below is a bit mysterious itself: a black and white version appeared on Mugglenet, complete with some odd watermarks, then this one suddenly appeared.

Of course it's Neville, battered and bruised and more than a little worse for the wear, and he's probably just about to [INSERT SPOILER HERE]. Plus there's Ms. Lestrange in the background, doing her evil thing, no doubt.

Anyway, encouraging stuff. Probably best to double check your diaries and make sure July 15 is blacked out - you know, what with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 coming out then and all.
 


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