New Unseen Clips From The Final ‘Harry Potter’ Blu-Ray Release

(Written for BritScene)

Warner Brothers have uploaded a collection of behind the scenes clips and trailers to their YouTube channel, ready for the release of Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows – Part 2 on a special Blu-ray Combo Pack this month.

The featurettes compromise of sizzle reels, interviews, behind the scenes clips and trailers, with a ton of unseen footage that looks back over a decade of memories with the Harry Potter team. The clips will be released as extras on the Blu-Ray Combo Pack with an additional UltraViolet Digital Copy, which will be the final release for the Harry Potter franchise.

Warner Bros have released a sneak-peak of these clips to promote its release, which include a montage of Ron and Hermione’s blossoming romance throughout the franchise, discussions between author of the Harry Potter novels J.K. Rowling and Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe, interviews with cast members on set and an exclusive tour with Warwick Davis, who plays both Flitwick and Griphook, zooming around on a Segway.

This special Blu-Ray edition of the final Harry Potter film will be on sale from 11th November. But don’t forget that all Harry Potter discs will be withdrawn from sale as of 29th December, so make sure you put this Combo Pack on your Christmas list!

Below is the trailer for the Blu-Ray release and a couple of my favourite clips from Warner Bros’ selection. To watch all of the behind-the-scenes footage that they have uploaded click here – they are definitely worth half an hour of your time; this franchise will be truly missed.

Trailer for Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows – Part 2 Blu-Ray:

The Love Life of Ron Weasley:

Riding Along Memory Lane…with Warwick Davis on a Segway:

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