Skip to comments.A Very Harry Ending
Posted on 02/20/2007 2:08:05 PM PST by CholeraJoe
February 18, 2007 -- HARRY Potter is not going to die.
But Professor Snape will.
Harry Potter will not hook up with Hermione. But his best friend will.
And Harry Potter will never see Dumbledore alive again. But Dumbledore will still manage to help him.
How do I know these things about the recently completed seventh and final book in the beloved Harry Potter series?
Like millions of other Potter-loving muggles, Im just guessing. Thats half the fun.
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Re: #200. On closer examination, the dark haired boy to the left is wearing Ravenclaw colors, so that would make him Anthony Goldstien or Terry Boot, if the movie follows the book. The short boy to the right is named Nigel. He's a Gryffindor and appeared in Goblet of Fire but none of the books.
So is this Nigel a replacement for Colin Creevey, do you think? I don't think I've seen any of the movies from beginning to end, and I don't remember if Colin was cut from them or not.
Colin only appeared in the second movie. I think you're right about Nigel being a replacement surrogate for the Creevey brothers. (Colin and Dennis) In book 5, the Creevey brothers were in Dumbledore's Army.
Great pic CJ!
What if the scar on Harry's head is one of Voldermart's horcruxes. What happens then?
Goldstein, Boot and Corner were the 3 Ravenclaw boys in the DA.
I would imagine that creating a horcrux isn't an easy thing to do, how did he create one accidentally? And I think that he had a plan for the 7 horcruxes in advance, so leaving one in Harry would be out of the plan. For that matter, everything else that has been considered as a possible horcrux has been an object, a thing. A scar just doesn't seem like a place to put a piece of one's soul. And Voldemort wouldn't have tried to kill Harry in GoF if he knew that there was a piece of his own soul in him.
Sooooo, whatever significance the scar may have, I don't think it's a horcrux.
Neville is slumping ... the actor is taller than that now :-).
When are they going to field a Hogwarts basketball team?
But if there was a bone-sliver involved, Harry would be carrying Corpse Sickness, and actually fading away and dying without ever noticing, until he's a walking shade. It happened to Scott Glenn in a movie.
(Just a little American Indian tie-in :-).
Ah, but remember how dithery she gets when Ron is being squished by the Devil's Snare in the first book?
They took my favorite part out of the movie: "Are you a witch or aren't you?!"
Notice they are all wearing Gryffindor colors. Some people have been questioning that, because Wormtail "went bad" and that isn't supposed to happen except to Slytherins.
But why is she GREEN?? *Said in my best Captain Jack accent*
Ooh. Now you ruined my certainty that if one twin went, the other would.
Look at whatsisname from book 1. THere was no indication that he was a Slytherin, and I believe that he was in charge of either Ravenclaw or Hufflepuff.
Actually, I only noticed the purple hair. Maybe it's a contrast thing and she just appears to be green.
"It's not easy being green . . . "
Do you mean Professor Quirrel? If so, the book was silent as to his House. He wasn't a Head of House professor, though. Flitwick is Ravenclaw and Sprout is Hufflepuff.
Ah, yes, thank you. I stand corrected. It's been a while since I reread the first one.
LOL! She looks kind of mustardy on my screen. I think it's the lighting in the photo.
That's true, but she was only 11 then. She should have outgrown shrieking by 14.
Yeah, but he was actually possessed by old Voldy.
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