Concept art from the Harry Potter films is fun to look at considering the amount of precision and detail that goes into each piece.
Today a batch of new art has surfaced which shows filmmakers were planning at least a shot of Rita Skeeter at a Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore book signing. Plus, what may be plans for the way Voldemort would die.
Below are two images of a ghostly Voldemort heading up into the air. Update: As readers point out, this depicts Nagini following behind killed by Neville.
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We also have views of Umbridge’s office door peephole (Moody’s eye) and Giants:
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And finally, faces of various Giants you may’ve seen in the film if you look close enough:
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Thanks to the good people at Harry Potter Forum (specifically Jason and UniversHarryPotter) for these!
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